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Static caravan holidays in Wales


Cosy, comfortable and weatherproof: static caravans make a fine choice for an outdoor break in Wales. Stay in a caravan and you’ll be able to open the door to the open air whenever you feel like it, or keep it firmly closed at times when the weather suggests indoor time. Most static caravans are fairly well equipped, too, so there’s no need to bring along loads of kit – and in general they tend to be an affordable way to organise a holiday.

Whether you’re planning a couple’s coastal break, a family adventure or some time with friends, we’ve got some great options for you. Read on to find out how to pick the place for you and what sort of days out might await.

Where you should stay in Wales

  • In many ways, static caravans are just made for family holidays: having a couple of bedrooms and a lounge area to yourselves means no need for everyone to live on top of each other, and a kitchen is most handy for those with picky eaters on board (or just avoiding the expense of eating out all the time). Pembrokeshire is a good place to head for a great range of kid-friendly days out (from beaches to theme parks to animal parks), or you could try basing yourselves near North Wales resorts like Rhyl or Colwyn Bay for classic seaside days out. (And for those times when you’re not out and about, maybe you’d like a caravan park with a play area on site?)

  • In fact, pretty much the whole Welsh coastline is worth a look – along its 870 miles of coast, Wales has some stunning beaches, excellent walks and lots of wildlife to spot. Several holiday parks are close to the beach

  • Put yourself within easy reach by booking a caravan near the beach (in some cases so close you’ll even be able to see the sea…) Popular spots like the Gower Peninsula can get quite busy in summer, so if you want a bit more space, perhaps try less well-known parts like Ceredigion or Anglesey (they’re just as lovely, but just that bit further from the motorways and main cities).

  • Need a holiday plan where the dog comes along too? Check out our range of dog-friendly static caravans in Wales: places like these give you a bit more space that you might get with a hotel room, and that instant access to the outside is handy for anyone that needs to go walkies. There are plenty of attractions around that welcome dogs, so pick your area wisely: Tintern Abbey, the National Showcaves Centre and Harlech Castle are among the places where you can have a doggy day out. Look out, too, for beaches where dogs can visit all year round, like Rhossili or Talacre.

  • The great walks aren’t just for dogs, of course – Wales has some fabulous hikes for four legs or two, and a stay in a static caravan is a good way of making sure you’ll be able to have a shower and collapse on the sofa at the end of a long day’s walk. The two mountainous national parks – Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons – have all sorts of trails for keen hikers, but it’s also worth looking at places like Knighton where you can mix up your walks with evenings out at the town’s restaurants and pubs.

  • Autumn adventures? Winter walks? Off-season holidays can be a great idea in Wales – you’ll often have even popular spots pretty much to yourselves if you go outside of the top travel times. Perhaps now is the time to visit Barafundle Bay in Pembrokeshire, or take a wander around Portmeirion, on the Gwynedd coast. Static caravans remain an option in these colder months, as many will have things like central heating and double glazing to keep things cosy. Interested? Find out which Wales static caravans are open all year round.

What to do in Wales

  • In a country with such a lot of stunning scenery, it’s no surprise to find that there are lots of outdoor activities to fill your time with in Wales. Obviously there are walks galore, whether you fancy a stroll on the Wales Coast Path, the Offa’s Dyke Path or any number of shorter circular trails – but it doesn’t end there. How about canoeing along the River Wye from Monmouth? Coasteering near St Davids? Flying through the air on Europe’s longest zipline at Zip World near Bethesda?

  • Along with all that scenery comes a whole lot of history to explore, most notably in the form of a lot of castles. Head to any part of Wales and you’ll never be that far from a castle, although they’re all in rather different states of repair. Fans of an atmospheric ruin to photograph might like to head to Carreg Cennen (near Llandeilo) or Ogmore (in the Vale of Glamorgan), while those who’d like to explore something more majestic should head to North Wales for Conwy and Caernarfon castles.

  • Whether you’re a first-timer or a regular climber, Wales is a great place to find a mountain (or few) to climb. Mount Snowdon usually grabs all the headlines (and the crowds), but many people find that Pen y Fan, near Brecon, is an easier prospect for beginners. Meanwhile, the likes of Crib Goch, Glyder Fawr and Carnedd Llewelyn await for more experienced mountaineers looking for a challenge.

Here’s how

Each of our static caravans is different in its own way, but Pitchup makes it easy to find one with just the right features and facilities for you. Our tick-box filters can be used to select the features that matter to you, and they will automatically narrow down the choices for you.

Alternatively, you can use the calendar tool to see everything that’s available for your specific dates, or check out all the locations on a map to see where you might be able to stay. 

Sold on the idea of staying in a static caravan? Have a look at the options in England and Scotland for further inspiration for your next British holiday.