Mulberry's Farm Camping & Touring
An adults only campsite set in a shallow valley on beautiful Anglesey, at the heart of a peaceful smallholding.
About: As an adults only site, you can be assured of peace and quiet as you stroll around the smallholding. Located in a shallow valley close to the RSPB wetlands, Mulberry’s Farm offers various pitches depending on the type of break you are looking for.
You’ll soon understand why our guests are often bowled over by the facilities they find here, not least by our cute shower cabins, firepits on every pitch and free WiFi. But what they really love is the space, relaxing atmosphere, service and our great location.
For unique camping with a touch of luxury but minus the mud, we offer four very large, EHU, foot-access pitches. These consist of an area of thick bark chippings for pitching and for relaxing you can enjoy your own private grassed area. Each pitch includes a portable BBQ stand, campfire and picnic table. Best of all, they are accessed by individual willow arch ways and are lined with hedging and wild flowers.
For campers who prefer a traditional camping experience, we offer six extra-large, tree lined, foot-access, grass camping pitches. All pitches have private entrances and a huge amount of space which can be unusual these days!
Motorhomes, campervans and caravans can enjoy parking up on one of our five spacious, all-weather gravel pitches with EHU and water points in addition to your own private grassed area for relaxing.
It’s the perfect location to enjoy the wide variety of wildlife you’ll find on the site. Our resident farm animals are joined by foxes, pheasants, migrating geese, circling buzzards, finches and a very healthy rabbit population. If you are very lucky, you’ll catch sight of the elusive red squirrel that’s spotted from time to time, so keep an eye on the squirrel nesting boxes! We’ve worked hard and will continue to do so with our environmental projects to support our local environment - work that is close to our hearts. From environmentally friendly growing methods to substantial tree planting, there’s always something to do!”
Out and About: Anglesey is home to more beaches and rugged coves than you can imagine, all connected by the coastal path - not to mention the stately homes and ancient monuments. If you’re looking for a faster pace, try surfing, rib rides under the famous Menai Bridge, coasteering or a short drive away, you’ll find the stunning Snowdonia National Park. It’s easy to see why North Wales is known as the adventure capital of Europe.
Back on the Farm: You can enjoy freshly laid eggs from our own hens or try some traditional bara brith from our 5-star food hygiene rated kitchen.
Once known as 'The Mother of Wales’, due to its rich soil and food production, Anglesey remains a foodie haven. Choose from award winning fish & chips on the beach, Michelin-starred restaurants, or enjoy a day at one of the many food festivals and farmers markets. Anglesey is also home to a surprising number of distilleries and breweries, so there's plenty of opportunity for a tipple at the end of a day of fun!
Worth Noting: We have the very cool privilege of having RAF Valley close by. So if you’re lucky, you’ll get your very own air show. Even the Red Arrows drop by from time to time.
Number of Pitches: 15
Open: March to October
Site Owners: Gill & Derick
Address: Lon Bach, Caergeiliog, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 3NL
Telephone: 07484 194370
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