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Set below the magnificent Harlech Castle, and only a few hundred yards from the spectacular sand dunes of Harlech beach, Min-y-Don is a caravan holiday home and touring park of the highest quality in an outstanding location.

After a complete rebuild in 2008 we are justifiably proud of our immaculately kept park and have been awarded the Welsh Tourist Board Five Star “Excellence” rating.

The site is easily accessible and the spacious, level pitches all benefit from their own parking spaces, tarmac roads, low-level lighting, careful landscaping and planting.

Between the mountains and foothills of Snowdonia, and the dunes and sea of Cardigan Bay, Harlech is most famous for its medieval fortress, Harlech Castle, built by the English King Edward 1 in the 13th century in his attempt to subdue the Welsh.

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