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£119.00 for a 7 night holiday in Wales @ clarachbay

My family loved clarach bay and just seen this great deal for june. Works out less than 20 quid per person for a family of 6 for a weeks holiday - pretty good! Weather should be decent in june
ALLOVESADEAL Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago36 Comments
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Hi pub on the beach closed some years ago. The Site is quite run down from when I owned a caravan here. Quite sad to see it in this state. Spoke to people here as there are a lots of pitches for sale seems the current owners are not too friendly and can be down right unreasonable. Ah well, it's a shame as I have some fond memories here with my kids.
Just came back from a week there. If you fancy getting away from it all and having a bit of peace and quiet this is a great place. From every window in our van there was a view that would take your breath away. However it's only a short drive (or half hour walk along the coast path) into Aberystwyth. Half an hour drive up the coast is the Dyfi Estuary which has the most amazing beach called Ynys Las - I was blown away by it. Golden sands, dunes and the mountains in the distance. We stayed in a Gold Plus caravan which was fine, although a little small. It didn't feel luxury but was nicely furnished, clean and new. Our only complaint was that we had toddlers and the van didn't have any decking which meant that we couldn't leave the door open and it felt a bit unsafe getting in and out of the van with the little ones going up a little set of steps. However the owners said that if we'd let them know when we booked that we had young 'uns they would have put us in a van with decking. Unfortunately they didn't have any that we could move to, though they did a search for the whole of the place - so can't fault customer service. We didn't use the facilities as we're not into cabaret etc but we did pop to the softplay place in the next resort on the beach which was great on a particularly rubbish weather day. But the place seemed very well run, was clean and tidy and had a relaxed atmosphere. Had a couple of absolutely fab sunny days - and on those days you couldn't be anywhere nicer in the world. Mid West Wales is stunning. You can get a Rover ticket from Aberystwyth train station and go on the train all the way up the coast and around to Pwllheli for £10. Had a lovely time and would go back any time.
I live like 5 miles from the place its a dump, you would have to pay me £120 to go near the place the pool has no lifeguard there is nothing for miles around the facilities on site are shambolic, you would be better booking into a budget £25 a night hotel in the town for 5 nights at least you would be close to everything and have stuff to do. But I guess if you live in the city and being dumped in a field surrounded by nothing is your idea of fun then WAHOOOO right on......Get in there.
Was just about to vote hot, but then realised I had to pay THEM £119 for me to stay in Wales for 7 days!

Oh well, and we were so looking forward to you gracing Gods country.
Check every possible date in June and nothing for less than £220. :(

Edited By: wesleyaldred on May 16, 2013 22:14
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Wales Coastal Holiday - Weeks Stay for £99.00

This seems to be a better deal than I posted a few weeks ago. I have stayed here before and had a really nice (and cheap) weekend with the family. There seems to be a number of options on the sit…
tombewler Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago89 Comments
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I've just noticed that there are plenty of offers on for June!!!
Can't say that we will be availing ourselves of them. :{
I've just noticed that there are plenty of offers on for June!!!
Had a nice chat with the nice people at Clarach Bay and they are run off their feet and have RSI into the bargain with all the extra business that has appeared as a result of this listing - hope you get a free week out of this @tombewler, I think you deserve it. :D

yes, I believe they have done really well out of it. I may just ring up to negotiate a discount :)
Here's an update on this holiday...

My wife and I are just back from a stay on the site and here are a few observations.

The 2 bedroom 'van stayed that we stayed in was in excellent condition and very clean. It was also very well anchored to its base; it had to be as the weather was terrible and the wind speeds were very high. Lots of space in the sitting area but to say the rest of the rooms were snug would be a bit of an understatement. We're also glad that we took our basic kitchen kit with us as the knives and cutlery leave a little bit to be desired (fairly standard on most of the sites that we've visited). If, like us, you use tea-leaves to make your tea, take a teapot and cosy. If you like to make real coffee rather than instant, take your "makings" with you.

During May, the Club House seems to be open from 19:00 during the week and from 12:00 at the weekends. Taking into account the season hadn't really started, there were things going on in the Club House but have to say that they only time we visited was to use the Internet. Wireless is available in the Club House but you can only get a 30 minute token to use it if you buy a drink and the speed is awful, just 1meg according to; can't guess how bad it would be during the season. OK for many I'm sure but I think it's a bit much in this day and age for anyone in the tourist industry to be "charging" for Internet access.

Whilst on the subject of Internet/communications, it may be of interest to some that there is no Vodafone signal in the area and Virgin is sporadic. T-Mobile/Orange and O2 seem to be the only consitent connections.

Bow Street village is a couple of miles away and I think has it's name because it is one very long street!! There is a Spar, after you've turned left at the T-junction, that's open 07:00/22:00 every day and various other shops too, the best one, without a doubt, is Matt's Deli which is on the same side as the Spar but about half a mile further up the road, it has a small car park beside it. It's run by some very nice people and the eat-in/take-out food is delicious and very reasonably priced and it's open from 08:00 Tuesday through Saturday.

If you want/need to do a major shop, there is a very large Morrisons on the road to Aberystwyth, less than 4 miles from the camp, it has cheap petrol/diesel too.

The highlight of our stay on the site (other than the Deli) was the Car Boot and Market that's held on the field by the camp gates every Sunday from 5th May. Very quiet at this time of the year but likely very much larger and busier as the season progresses. If you are into gardening, there is an excellent plantsman there who has some unusual plants (amongst the standard stuff) at very nice prices - we bought a lot from him.

Edited By: cibarious on May 15, 2013 21:17: Communications update
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