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Winter round-up

We're lucky it's been a warm dry winter so far at Hendwr.   We hope you have had a good winter and we hope to see you at Hendwr Caravan Park this spring. We have made a few changes to the small number of vacant the static caravan pitches on the park over the winter [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|farm, hendwr caravanpark, lambing, new ptiches|0 Comments

Hendwr on film

Hendwr on Film We have finally ventured into the world of film at Hendwr Caravan Park.  We tried to capture the essence and beauty of the countryside and park so thank you to everyone who agreed to be filmed! If you take a look at our home page, you will see a short clip of the [...]

By | October 17th, 2016|50th anniversary, farm, history|0 Comments

Planting trees for the next generation

The planting of new trees is something that has always been important to us here at Hendwr.  The tree lined drive which is a real feature on the park (perfect for dog walking and cycling up) was planted when the old Hendwr house was built. Over the years it has seen many sights: one of [...]

By | November 20th, 2015|farm, history|0 Comments

New stream fronted valley view pitches coming to Hendwr

We're creating some brand new caravan pitches in an area of the site never before used for static caravans. This stream side location offers uninterrupted views of the Dee Valley towards Bala on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Snowdonia National Park. We decided to use this new area of the [...]

By | July 4th, 2015|hendwr caravanpark|0 Comments

It’s lambing time at Hendwr

It's the start of a new holiday season on the caravan park and also the start of the new farming season with lambing well under way at Hendwr.  We have had a lovely beginning to the farming year with mild weather (unlike the Easter in 2013 where we were under 2 ft of snow!) which means there [...]

By | April 3rd, 2015|farm, hendwr caravanpark, lambing|0 Comments

Building up to our 50th anniversary in 2017

It was in 1967 when sheep and beef farmer John Hughes started welcoming campers and carvaners onto Hendwr farm that he farmed in partnership with his brother.  The farm was still in the part of North Wales known then as Merioneth (Meirionnydd).  It was still the decade of hippies, flower power and the first time round [...]

By | January 19th, 2015|farm, hendwr caravanpark, history|0 Comments