Bathafarn Hall Caravan and Camping Park

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Ruthin, United Kingdom
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Bathafarn Hall Caravan and Camping Park Reviews | Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars (5 reviews)

Bathafarn Hall Caravan and Camping Park is located in Ruthin, United Kingdom on Ruthin. Bathafarn Hall Caravan and Camping Park is rated 4.6 out of 5 in the category rv park in United Kingdom.




+44 1824702397


Wheelchair-accessible entrance

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Steve White

Lovely rural certified location with a very spacious field for vans etc. Each area has their own water supply and electricity so great if you have your own facilities. TV reception is good too if the weather should be unfavorable. Short walk to Ruthin in one direction or the Denbighshire hills in the other. Wonderful place to relax and unwind.


Richard Caspell

Idilic quiet caravan site tucked away in the beautiful North Wales countryside. 11amp hookup and water with maximum of 10 pitches. Close to all local amenities and about 45mins to the coast at Rhyl. We loved it and reluctantly recommend it (but only reluctant because we don't want everyone turning up lol) small lake close by with damselfly and dragonfly aplenty and frogs too!


lorna white

Lovely, good sized campsite, flat pitches with electric hook up and own water supply. Surrounded by hedges and fields and very peaceful. Walk into Ruthin is about 1.5 miles along a quiet road.


Ruth Harper

Absolutely loved this site. I love wild camping so the fact that there are only basic amenities for campers did not bother me at all. We were welcomed to Bathafarn Hall late in the day after finding the site we had booked was unsuitable for us. We were given the most idyllic pitch with stunning panoramic views. Definitely the place for peace and tranquility. We did not want to leave and will camp here again. Thank you so much for your kindness when we thought we had nowhere to stay.


Ian Welsh

Stunning location.