Neptune Hall Caravan Park is set on the Coast with miles of sandy beaches to enjoy.An ideal place to relax. The park is situated on the Mid-Wales coast overlooking panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. Safe bathing and miles of golden sands are literally on your caravan doorstep. Just soak up the peace and solitude.Only a short walk from the caravan park and you are in Tywyn Town Centre where you can enjoy excellent shopping facilities, cinema, several pubs and an indoor swimming pool.
Tywyn, formerly spelled Towyn, is a town, community, and seaside resort on the Cardigan Bay coast of southern Gwynedd, Wales. Attractions include large sandy beach and narrow-gauge Talyllyn Railway that travels deep into the hills (there’s a fascinating railway museum here too). Many local beauty spots, Ynysmaengwyn Park, Dolgoch Falls, Bird Rock, Llyn Myngul and Castell-y-Bere, atmospheric stronghold of the Welsh princes.
It was previously in the historic county of Merionethshire. It is famous as the location of the Cadfan Stone, a stone cross with the earliest known example of written Welsh, and the home of the Talyllyn Railway.
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Magic Lantern Cinema, a charming 19th-century building that retains its historic splendour, puts on an interesting show. In addition to mainstream and other films there’s music, comedy and poetry. The town’s quirky claims to fame also include its mighty ‘Tywyn Wurlitzer’ and ‘Race the Train’, an annual fun event featured on Countryfile.
Rental Season Neptune Hall rental season runs March through to October.
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North of Aberdovey, situated on the coast, follow the A493 to Tywyn.Explore the Gwynedd region