About us

Overlooking the sea in the North Wales village of Llanddulas, Bron-Y-Wendon Holiday Park is an independent, family run business which is open all year. Purchased in 1987, the park was originally just a small static park of 20 pitches with an old farmhouse and outbuildings. The park was developed over time and now, as well as the 20 pitch static park we have a 5-star Touring Park, developed in two phases, with 130 pitches. The old farmhouse was refurbished and is now four self-catering holiday cottages.

The team here are hardworking, friendly and always ready to help. We have a large amount of returning customers who almost become part of our ever expanding Bron-Y-Wendon family.

Here are just a few excerpts from our customer reviews;

“Another excellent stay at Bron y Wendon, we planned this visit a couple of months in advance and never envisaged having to cope with the “Beast from the east!” Nevertheless, due to all the hard work by the staff the facilities remained fully functional and we ended up having one of the best breaks ever! The views over the sea with the snow bound park were beautiful. Thanks again to the amazing staff with their commitment to excellent customer service second to none.”

“Views amazing. Clean and tidy staff are brilliant and helpful. Washrooms heated and clean. Just a great place”

“We had an enjoyable few days at Bron Y Wendon. It has lovely sea views, has an excellent coastal bike track, a good local bus service and is a very handy location for visits out.”

“Amazing staff are lovely what an amazing site close to local village with a great Indian restaurant within walking distance.”

“Thank you”

Llanddulas Village

Our village of Llanddulas like many others in Wales has many legends. Llanddulas is notable as being the place where Richard II was betrayed in 1399 and is also the birthplace of Lewis Valentine. According to legend, a cave on the mountain of Pen y Cefn was once the abode of the Devil, until the people of Llanddulas performed an exorcism at the cave to drive him away. So rest assured it is now a safe friendly place to be.

The village shops are within 500m walk of the site entrance, including a chip shop, general store and post office. There is also a regular bus service from the village which runs every 15 minutes going along the coast in both directions.

We are adjacent to the North Wales Coast Path (shown as a green line on the map below) which allows you to walk or cycle easily and safely as far as you wish in either direction, along the whole of the North Wales coast.

There are also many walks around the village and up into the hills behind, which will give you stunning views down across the the North Wales coastline.

If you are looking for an evening meal or a quick night out, the village also has The Valentine Pub (with regular entertainment), British Legion and an Indian Restaurant, so no need to venture too far.