Dinarth Hall Camping & Caravan Site

Dinerth Hall Rd, Rhos-on-Sea, Llandudno, Conwy. LL28 4PX .

Tel  01492 548203       Email: flossythesheep@dinarthhall.co.uk

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Camp Site Rules

No one likes rules, however in the interest of everybody’s enjoyment, they are necessary. We want ALL our customers to enjoy their stay.

  1. Well behaved dogs are allowed on site, however need to be kept under control at all times. They should also be kept well away from cattle, horses, flossy the sheep, etc. Please be aware hens roam freely through out the site.
  2. BBQs and contained fires are permitted, but  MUST be off the ground, so as not to damage the grass. Please do not dispose of used BBQS in the bins, unless the BBQ is flooded with water before hand. If in doubt leave on the floor by the bin!!! (The unwanted act of lit used BBQS and aerosols/part used gas containers coming together can result in unexpected spectacular firework displays and the firing of multiple projectiles in any direction from our bins)!
  3. No radios or music after 11.00pm, noise must also be kept to a minimum after this time. Please respect your neighbours!! Loud talkers are encouraged to pitch tents at the far end of the site by the river. This does not guarantee immunity from the above rule! NB ***Families with young children should avoid this part of the site!***
  4. In car entertainment systems are NOT to be used on or on the approaches to the site.
  5. Farms can be dangerous places - children must be supervised at all times. (Little Jimmy getting squashed under a bale of hay does little to improve our ratings)!
  6. No kite flying on this site. Penalty: Possible death by electrocution!

Any behaviour deemed by management to be inappropriate may result in the termination of your stay.

No refunds will be given.


Please note, we use CCTV and ANPR cameras on this site for the purposes of detering crime, monitoring traffic movements in and out of the site and to assist in protecting the site community and property.

Information obtained via CCTV monitoring will be used exclusively for security and law enforcement purposes.