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Cemlyn Bay car park
Offsite parking - no services
|Cemaes Bay, Isle of Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom, LL67|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|Car park leased by NT to North Wales Wildlife Trust. Overnight parking allowed.|
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follow signs for the Jam Factory, turn right at Tyddy Sydney Farm (they sell free range eggs) This is a beautiful spot overlooking the sea, along side a pebble beach, the carpark is sufficient enough to take probably 8 campervans, its FREE but has no facilities, we didnt stay overnight but definately would next time.View all reviews by debbiemorris71
Not sure about over night stays as local farmer not happy and recorded all the motorhomes there so we leftView all reviews by jetset4jo
Update on this parking site 20/05/19. Very narrow lanes to get to the beach with a few passing places (bad enough with a LWB Boxer let alone with a MoHo) only to find notices stating NO OVER NIGHT STAYS.View all reviews by jcrc
Bleedin typical it’s a beautiful bay and beach.
Came in our motorhome. Beautiful spot but sign clearly states no overnight staysView all reviews by MDUK
This is a little gem of a place, small quite tight lane of about 1.5m to get there. There is two Car parks and the lane splits to the left Carpark or to the right carpark the right is the best. A very popular area for bird watchers and dog walker’s and can get very busy but then after about 7pm goes very quiet, we’ve had the place all to ourselves on many occasions. North wales Police do patrol this area and tend to come down around 2am but they just turn around and go off. No toilets . This is a very special stop over with lovely walks and keep your eyes peeled for seals. please leave it as you found it and enjoyView all reviews by astleyramsey