Do you have a question about Aberconwy Resort & Spa that needs answering? You can find a selection of answers to the most frequently asked questions below.
Holiday home owners at Aberconwy will benefit from direct access to Conwy Morfa beach which sits alongside our resort.
This beach is dog friendly, providing owners with ideal location at which to walk their four legged friends throughout our 12 month season
A short 10 minute drive will get you to Llandudno, 5 minutes in the car will get you to Conwy and Conwy Marina is only a two minute drive from the Park. Both Conwy and Conwy Marina are within walking distance for those who want to stretch their legs!
We are open 12 Months, all year round for your holiday.
Yes, it is.
There is a Tesco and mini Asda at Junction 18 of the A55 – a short 5 minute drive away.
Yes, there are plots available and you are able to choose your own.
Selected holiday homes & lodges purchased at Aberconwy Resort & Spa will have free site fees until March 2021*. Find out more here.
Family and Friends only
We have parking bays next to your caravan/lodge.
Junction 17 off the A55, and follow the signs or set your satnav to postcode: LL32 8GA
Yes, all animals are welcome, well behaved dogs are welcome at Aberconwy Resort & Spa. We ask that they are always on their lead and cleaned up after.
Our reception at Aberconwy Resort & Spa is open daily 9.00 -5.00pm.
We’re pet-friendly, but do have a few rules to ensure the park can be enjoyed by pet-owners and non-pet-owners alike.
We ask that no dogs, pets, or animals of any kind may occupy a non pet unit without the prior permission of the Park Manager. (This can be achieved by including your pet on your booking form to ensure you are allocated a pet-friendly unit).
a. Where allowed, all pets must at all times be kept under proper control and must not enter any facility building. (excluding guide dogs)
b. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times (unless in the dedicated dog areas) and prevented from fouling.
c. All fouling should be disposed of immediately in an appropriate manner.
d. In accordance with the Dangerous Dog Act 1991, the following breeds of dog are not permitted anywhere on the park at any time: Pit-bull Terrier Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, Fila Braziliero as well as any other breed at the Park Manager’s discretion.