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Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park

Wales » Gwynedd » Porthmadog » Prenteg
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • Country Club
  • Bar
  • Bistro
  • Restaurant
  • Children’s play area
  • Elm 3
  • Elm 3
  • Elm 3
  • Elm 3
  • Snowdon 3
  • Typical Snowdon 2
  • Snowdon 3
  • Snowdon 3
  • Snowdon 2
  • Typical Snowdon 3
  • Snowdon 2
  • Snowdon 2
  • Snowdon 2
  • Snowdon Spa 2
  • Typical Snowdon Spa 2
  • Snowdon Spa 2
  • Snowdon Spa 3
  • Snowdon Spa 3
  • Typical Snowdon Spa 3
  • Snowdon Spa 3
  • Woodland Elm 2
  • Woodland Elm 2
  • Woodland Elm 2
  • Woodland Elm 2
  • Woodland Elm 3
  • Woodland Elm 3
  • Woodland Elm 3
  • Woodland Elm 3
Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park in the Porthmadog region of Wales is idyllically located within Snowdonia National Park - an area of outstanding natural beauty offering a wide range of outdoor activities and acting as a haven for many species of wildlife. The park is well located for those wishing to enjoy beautiful beaches too and the vibrant fishing port is just a stones throw away.

The site itself is very peaceful and popular with families seeking a relaxing base and high quality accommodation. Facilities include a children's play area and an inviting restaurant and bar serving delicious food with a local flavour. There is also a launderette. Local attractions include the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Dinefwr Park and Castle.

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park offers several options for accommodation including caravans and lodges. Caravans sleep from 4-6 people and pets are welcome in Elm 2 and Oak models.

The lodges offer more luxurious accommodation and are perfect for families looking for more space. The Bluebell Lodges have one double bedroom with ensuite, one twin bedroom and additional sleeping space for 2 in the lounge. They also have well equipped kitchens with dishwasher and a furnished patio area with private outdoor hot tub. Lodge breaks start from just £303 in low season.

Our Top Tip
"Families may enjoy a trip to Merlin Hill Centre - a working dairy farm offering fun activities for children of all ages."
Park Facilities
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Children’s play area
  • Nature trails
  • Launderette *
  • All facilities available for all dates.
  • * Charges Apply.
Accommodation features
  • A selection of two and three bedroom caravans.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Snowdon Spa 2 and 3 only)
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi *
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Decking or patio area with picnic bench
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £25pw each (max 2) (in Woodland Elm 2 and Woodland Elm 3 only) Charges apply
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park


Snowdon Spa 2

12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Double glazed and centrally heated. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Snowdon Spa 3

12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Double glazed and centrally heated. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park Reviews

Caroline, Warrington Cheshire.
Date of stay: 22nd June 2018
Accommodation type: Woodland Elm 3
i would recommend this holiday park to all.
Richard, Newton Abbot
Date of stay: 15th June 2018
Accommodation type: Snowdon 2
Comfortable ,clean ,lovely position in the walled garden .A well laid out caravan.
Date of stay: 4th June 2018
Accommodation type: Snowdon Spa 2
Hot tub was great. Caravan was comfortable and clean.
Date of stay: 25th May 2018
Accommodation type: Snowdon 3
Nice big lounge area ,enough equipment in the kitchen to cook basic meals , very small bedrooms. The food in the restaurant looked good but we only used the bar for the free WiFi as the cost to hire in Snowdon 3 was steep especially as we were sightseeing all day.
Rosalin, Lichfield
Date of stay: 14th May 2018
Accommodation type: Snowdon Spa 3
Fantastic. Well worth it
Lyn, Milton Keynes
Date of stay: 4th May 2018
Accommodation type: Snowdon Spa 2
Best accommodation we have ever stayed in so clean
Date of stay: 13th April 2018
Accommodation type: Snowdon 3
Lovely accommodation and 3 bedrooms so everyone can get some sleep.
large open living space and functional modern kitchen. Two toilets so no queuing when desperate.
Egle, Southsea
Date of stay: 7th April 2018
Accommodation type: Elm 3
Amazing and breath taking views. Relaxing atmosphere. 100% sure that we are coming back.
Debbie, Sheffield
Date of stay: 2nd April 2018
Accommodation type: Woodland Elm 3
fantastic caravan and lovely surroundings
Graham, Leicestershire
Date of stay: 20th October 2017
Accommodation type: Snowdon Spa 3
Brilliant !!
Very pleased with place. Amazing place. Definitely coming back for next year holiday.
As a family of 5 holidaying for the first time in a caravan, we were really pleased with the Holiday Park and the caravan. The holiday park is beautifully located and lots of exploring can be done on site. The sitatuion of of caravan was perfect - we were in the walled garden and our hot tub wasn’t overlooked. In terms of surrounding areas - there’s so much to do and we kept our 2, 11 and 13 year olds perfectly entertained. Would highly recommend
lovely caravan with central heating and double glazing in a beautiful location
Beautiful surroundings in a well equipped and spotless caravan, helpful staff. Definitely worth a visit
Lovely peaceful place. Restaurant and bar very reasonable and good quality
fantastic !! only problem was checking in...had to wait for someone on reception who never turned up so we asked at the bar.
Lovely setting plenty of walks for our dog caravan spotless would return in the summer
Lovely new caravan - could have been slightly better equipped for kitchenware (oven tray,oven to table dishes etc). But overall very palatial. Staff were excellent when we had an issue with the central heating boiler -fixed immediately. Also came to re-tune TV after a windy night affected reception. A thoughtful touch. Thanks
Beautiful Site very relaxing, lo.vely food at hotel
Beautiful park, lovely caravan that was clean and really spacious. Location was perfect.
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