Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Mark Drakeford, the Welsh First Minister, has announced that we can open Hunters Hamlet Caravan Park (with no use of facilities) on the 27th March 2021, but to residents of Wales only. England residents are to minimise travel and not to stay away from home until 12th April 2021. With great regret we will not be able to welcome folks from across the border until the 12th April 2021.
If you think you maybe experiencing symptoms or want more information please visit the NHS Website.
Last Updated 15-03-2021.
Summer Season 2021 & 12 months Storage
The summer season park-up system at Hunters Hamlet provides storage from March 21st to October 31st, and includes positioning of caravan on pitch for your pre-booked arrival as does the 12 month park-up. 12 Months includes closed season storage.
Summer Season: Caravan 20ft & under £475, over 20ft £525, 25-26ft £550
12 months: Caravan 20ft & under £625, over 20ft £675, 25-26ft £700
There is usually a waiting list for the 12 month park-up spaces. Pitch fees are payable when in residence, though if the caravan is stored here, there is a reduction of £1 per night on pitch fees if the stay exceeds 3 nights except at Bank Holidays, July & August. If the caravan is put onto a pitch for just 1 nights stay, a surcharge of £5 will be made. If the caravan is taken away for a period, a charge of £10 will be made for bringing it out of storage and back in on return.
A pitch should be reserved with as much notice as possible; certainly for Bank Holidays it is best to give about six weeks notice. Easter is booked up particularly early, so reservations should be made in January. We do our best to supply a pitch in your preferred area, but a pitch number cannot be guaranteed.
Superpitch pipes and leads, if required, should be provided by the caravan owner. We do our utmost to preserve the peace of the park, and to this end have a ban on football at Hunters Hamlet. Dogs are accepted at the discretion of the park owners depending on breed.