Its northern suburb of Pensarn lies on the Irish Sea coast and is known for its beach, where it is claimed by some that a ghost ship has been sighted. Abergele and Pensarn railway station serves both resorts. Abergele is generally ignored due to the popularity of nearby Rhyl, Prestatyn, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Conwy.
The meaning of the name Abergele can be deduced by aber being the Welsh word for estuary and gele the name of the river which flows through the town. Gele is a dialectal form of gelau, which means spear, describing the action of the river cutting through the land. It has also been suggested this river is named because its waters flash brightly.
Our site is for families only and has all the modern facilities you require to ensure you have a comfortable and pleasant holiday. We cater for caravans, motor homes and tents and are open from Easter to the end of September every year.
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We regret that no tents are allowed on the park.
Set in the heart of beautiful North Wales, described by Practical caravan's inspectors, Liz and George Hughes, as "This small, idyllic park, tucked above Abergele among quiet country lanes.
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Manorafon Camp Site has been owned by the same family for over 30 years.The site is open for the Easter weekend and then through to the end of September.
It offers a peaceful family site, set in the picturesque parklands of Gwrych Castle, Abergele.
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