• Family run farm

  • Beautiful countryside

  • Working farm

  • Local places to visit

  • Closer to nature

Hello and Welcome

to Abbey Farm caravan and camping park

Looking for a small, peaceful and quiet caravan and campsite on the North Wales coast?  Then look no further. Ideal for young families and couples who want to get away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.

We are a family-run site on a working farm located in the picturesque village of Rhuddlan, Denbighshire, North Wales.  Home to Rob, Celia and our children, Lewis and Owen…..and of course our much loved sheep dogs, Buster and Jess.

Whether you are looking for a tourer site, pitch up a tent or fancy a glamping experience then this is the perfect place to be.

Everyone can be assured of a very warm and friendly welcome. 

Only a 5 minute walk into the village

where you will find everything you need

Ideally located on the outskirts of Rhuddlan’s picturesque village.  We are just a just an 8 minute stroll into the village, where you will find plenty of shops, places to eat, drink and visit – we even have our very own Castle!

So, not only will you be one of just a handful of people privy to the splendid views of the Clwydian mountain ranges, you get to experience the freedom and sense of wellbeing that comes with staying on a farm.  Surrounded by stunning scenery and grazing animals – what could be better?

‘You cannot be closer to the heart of the Welsh countryside than when you stay on a farm’

Back to nature

Waking up to birds singing, lambs baaing, cows mooing or even the odd owl twit-too-ing, it’s all about the wake up calls here.

As a working farm, we are of course a dog friendly campsite but ask that they are kept on leads as our chickens love to roam and a couple of Alpacas that like to wander. 

Children can get to meet the cows that graze around the campsite and even feed the chickens with Buster and Jess only a call away for some doggy playtime!

Offering caravan pitches to families

for over 60 years

In 2021, we have extended our caravan and camping park to offer more pitches and welcome tourers, motorhomes, camper vans and tents.  We are also very excited that we can now offer a luxury stay in one of 3 hand-crafted glamping pods.

Our season runs from 1st April to 31 October with winter storage available for our seasonal pitch customers.

We have facilities that have been thoughtfully developed with today’s visitors in mind.  We offer 3 separate shower/toilet blocks and a utility area with double sink is complete with a communal fridge and freezer.  Don’t want to take your dirty laundry home?  We have partnered with a local laundry collection service that offers a same day turnaround.

We are delighted that in 2022, we have been awarded Gold award from Visit Wales for our glamping pods – one of a handful of glamping sites awarded in Wales for exceptional quality and facilities.

With our main caravan and camping site receiving Visit Wales Quality Approved status…’well maintained grass electric pitches and spotless facilities for guests’

Why stay in Rhuddlan?

Set in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd and screened by the Clwydian mountain range.  Rhuddlan is located on the bank of the River Clwyd, 3 miles inland from Rhyl and 8 minutes from the A55.  It is the Castle and Church that welcomes visitors into the village.  

Only an 8 minute walk into the village that offers shops, pubs, restaurants, takeaways, petrol station and a chemist.  A yearly family run music festival, Rhuddfest, is a must that really brings the community together.  

With Rhyl and Prestatyn being only a short drive away, where you can enjoy the miles of coastline, sandy beaches and plenty of tourist attractions to keep the children entertained!

It is the perfect place to stay as a base for exploring North Wales.  Whether to enjoy the miles of coastline, walk the beautiful mountain ranges or enjoy the many adrenaline packed activities. 

A Touch of history

that will make your stay unique

Abbey Farm has an exciting history dating back to 1258 where a Dominican Friary once stood.  The farmhouse was built in the early 1800s with the surrounding farm buildings dating back as early as 1283.  Research suggests that the main farm building to the South of farmyard, was the friars dormitory.

There are plenty of artefacts can still be seen in the buildings today such as the 14th Century Tomb slab located over the doorway in Workshop range.

The caravan and camping park is located on a spacious field overlooking the Clwydian Mountain ranges.  The field is within part of Site of Norman Borough of Rhuddlan, a Scheduled Ancient Monument so truly is a unique place to stay.