The Bay Caravan Park is a family-owned caravan park set in a clifftop position within 27 acres of St. Mary's Well Bay, where the natural beauty of the woodlands and privately-owned beach once formed part of the vast Welsh estates of the Marquis of Bute. There is an unparalleled view across the Bristol Channel of the Avon and Somerset coastlines, as well as the islands of Flat Holme and Steep Holme. It is an ideal location to stay and enjoy both country and sea-side life, and it's extremely conveniently situated for those who would wish to tour Wales.

The Bay Caravan Park also offers a relaxing occasional break away from the hustle and bustle of life with five first-class chalets available for rent.  We have available four two-berth chalets and one four-berth chalet, all fully-equipped to cater for your needs.  The weekly tariff for each unit varies dependant on the time of year.  For details of prices and/or to obtain an up-to-date booking package please contact the Park Office.
Why not escape from some of life's stresses by investing in a permanent holiday retreat.  When you invest in a caravan at The Bay Caravan Park you'll enjoy ten months of holiday residence - ideal for your long summer vacation or for a pick-me-up weekend during the spring and autumn months. 
Our holiday season runs from the 1st February to the 30th November annually.  
The Park Office is open, during the holiday season, 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm daily.  During the months of December and January the office is open 7 days a week but the hours are reduced to 10am to 4pm daily.
Park Office
A unique world of indoor and outdoor leisure and sport can be yours.  Not only does The Bay Caravan Park offer excellent on-site amenities but it is also close to a whole range of local facilities.  Swimming, walking, golf, horse riding, fishing, leisure boat trips, sightseeing, beaches, lots of excellent pubs and restaurants, or you can simply relax in your idyllic surroundings.  There's lots to do, or not to do - the choice is yours!
Places of interest:

Cardiff has everything a capital city can offer - history, culture, fine architecture, superb entertainment, excellent restaurants, first-class shopping and acres of beautiful parks.  Cardiff Castle - right in the heart of the city centre - is the jewel in Cardiff's crown.  Take a tour of the magnificent Principality Stadium - the home of Welsh rugby.
Penarth holds the same allure for visitors today as it did at the turn of the century.  Visit the seafront and it is easy to imagine ladies with parasols, starched nannies and little boys in sailor suits in a stately procession strolling along the Esplanade. Penarth has managed to preserve its special Victorian character and remains a seaside town of considerable charm and elegance.  Take to the waves for a cruise on the historic Balmoral or its sister ship the Waverly - the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world.
Barry Island must be the classic seaside resort.  Happy, noisy, bustling and always full of excitement, Barry Island offers the great traditional seaside summer day out.  Everything you expect from a seaside holiday is here - long sandy beach, penny arcades, pleasure park, and seafront shops to tempt your taste buds with ice-creams, candy floss and fish & chips!
Glamorgan Heritage Coast A Rambler's Paradise. The sea and the sky will be your travelling companions when you walk the spectacular Glamorgan Heritage Coast.  Dramatic plunging cliffs, secluded coves and breathtaking views across the channel make this 14 mile stretch of protected coastline a must for those who love to walk in the fresh sea breezes. From Aberthaw to Porthcawl, the Glamorgan Heritage Coast is rich in wildlife and natural beauty.
Porthcawl offers the perfect traditional seaside holiday with miles of golden sandy beaches, ice creams on the promenade and all the fun of the fair!  No wonder it has been a favourite with holiday makers and day visitors for generations.
South Wales Valleys Dramatic mountain scenery, wooded hillsides and spellbinding views make a lasting impression.  The Ogmore, Garw and Llynfi Valleys are world famous for coal mining and heavy industry.  Their names conjure images of collieries, rows of miners' cottages clinging to the hillsides and spoil from the pits piled high in smouldering pinnacles above the villages.  But now you will find a very different landscape.  Nature has reclaimed the hills and vales once scarred and blackened by coal mining and the valleys are green once more.
Vale of Glamorgan The best way to discover the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan is to get into your car and follow one of the leafy country lanes criss-crossing this lush green swathe of rolling hills and wooded valleys.  It won't be long before you come across one of the many pretty villages dotted around the Vale: Penmark with its magnificent 12th century church. St Donat's with its splendid castle and Llancarfan where you must cross the ford to enter. Llantwit Major steeped in Welsh history and the elegant market town of Cowbridge.
                                                                                       St Donat's Castle                                                       The picturesque village of Llanmaes - Best Kept Village
                                                                                                                                                                            in 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2008 and again in 2009
Free Web Hosting By: FreeVirtual Servers
© July 2016 - The content of this website is the copyright of Nigel A. Crowley unless separately assigned.
No part may be reproduced without written permission from the copyright owner.