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Free hog roast on our open day 17th June!

All are welcome to our open day to view our brand new caravans and lodges! All are welcome to come and have a free hog roast burger and a look at our beautiful Park.

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Phase 5 going ahead!

We can confirm that Phase 5 of our redevelopment is going ahead please read Residents letter phase 5 to see full details

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The summer season here at Tan yr Ogof caravan park is now well under way and we have been blessed with some lovely weather. Many of our customers are spending lots of time at their home-from-home and we have welcomed several new families to the site as well. Our phase 4 redevelopment is finished with some caravans already sited and new decks being built; we are still awaiting the caravans for the remaining plots to be delivered due to the currently inevitable longer build times as a result of Brexit and the pandemic but we hope to have them all sited with their new owners settled in as soon as possible. We do have one caravan still available on Phase 4—the stunning Helmsley Lodge which can be viewed in the caravans for sale section of our website. We have many enquiries every week for new and second hand caravans. If you are looking for a caravan on our site then the best thing to do is to follow our website and our Facebook page as caravans for sale will be updated there as soon as they become available. Second hand private sales will come up from time to time but they do tend to be snapped up quickly. In other exciting news we can now release the plan for our Phase 5 development below. Commencement and completion dates will be announced in the summer and caravans currently to be confirmed but it may be time to look to the future if you are considering becoming a caravan owner—we are always happy to show people around our site and help you get a feel for the place. Its also worth following our Facebook page as well for updates! From the Roberts and McBreeze families

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Update 10th June 2021 - Next Phase Of Redevelopment Confirmed

The next phase of our redevelopment will be completed over the 2021/2022 winter season (November – April), which will involve redeveloping 12 pitches. Our aim is to create private ‘cul-de-sac’ areas with pitches able to accommodate the latest style of holiday homes up to 13ft x 40ft.

Another exciting Phase in the Park’s history, making a Park for the future, new pitches purpose built for the 10.5month Season. Set in a beautiful location, a tranquil haven to unwind and enjoy, with beautiful landscaping and great fibre WiFi connected straight into each new caravan.

Please click here for a letter to all our residents.

We will have a range of new holiday homes available, these are listed on the ‘Caravans for Sale’ section, together with the plan of this phase.

Thank you for your continued support

Roberts & McBreeze Family Owners of Tan Yr Ogof Caravan Park



Llanddulas, Abergele, Conwy, LL22 8EY
Tel: 01492 516628 Mob: 07809 209728

08 April 2021

To all our loyal customers,
We are pleased to confirm that both the rules in England and Wales will allow you to use your caravans as normal from Monday 12th April 2021. We are really looking forward to welcoming you back.
We must however continue to take precautions to protect you, our staff and the local community from Covid-19. Below are some important procedures that you must adhere to once the Park is open:

• If you are displaying symptoms of COVID 19 do not travel to the Park – stay at home near your medical facilities.
• Please respect the 2m rule while on the Park, this includes other owners, our staff and the local community.
• The reception will remain closed, please contact us by telephone or e-mail should you need anything. We are still working on the Park as normal and will deal with any issues you have.
• If for any reason our staff or a third party contractor need to enter your caravan, the caravan must be vacated and aired prior to them entering.
• Hand sanitiser is available at the bin area, please use it.
• Do not hold social gatherings with people outside of your household in your caravan (a maximum of 6 people from 2 households can meet outdoors including in private gardens).

We thank you for your co-operation at this time. By adhering to these simple procedures you will make the Park a safer and more enjoyable place to be. If you need to check any of the rules regarding coronavirus in Wales please go to the following website:

Look forward to seeing you soon

Roberts & McBreeze Family


Update 15 March 2021

We hope this finds you well! Spring is upon us and it seems like the Coronavirus situation is gradually improving. Below is an update regarding the opening of the Park this year. As always with Covid restrictions they can change quickly so please check the News Page on our website for the latest information before you travel. Here is the current situation with regard to opening the park:

• The park will open on Saturday 27th March 2021, however as the restrictions won’t have lifted in England at this point, only those who live in Wales will be able to holiday at the park.
• Those people who live in England will be allowed to stay overnight at the park from Monday 12th April 2021, in accordance with the Roadmap for England.
• If you are from Wales or have family or friends from Wales who plan to use your caravan between 27th March and 12th April please let us know.
• If you live in England, from 29 March, you are permitted to travel to visit, maintain, clean and collect belongings from your caravan but people are advised to minimise travel where possible. You will not be allowed to stay overnight.
• If the park undertook your winter drain down we will be re-connecting your caravan to the water supply between the 29th March and 1st April.

We hope this guidance enable you to plan the next few weeks, but as always be prepared for things to change. If you have any questions or need help with anything please do not hesitate in contacting us. We are really looking forward to welcoming you back here for what will hopefully be a much brighter 2021!

All the best

Roberts and McBreeze Family
Owners of Tan Yr Ogof



To all our loyal customers,
We hope that this finds you well and since we haven’t formally written to you since December we would like to wish you all a happy new year. It probably hasn’t escaped anybody’s attention that the Coronavirus pandemic is still causing widespread disruption across the country. Over the last few days both the Welsh and British governments have been reviewing the Coronavirus restrictions. The Welsh First Minister announced that there would be no relaxation of the rules for at least 3 weeks (12th March). The roadmap for lifting the lockdown in England has 12th April as a date where people will be allowed to take holidays away from home. We must therefore announce that the start of the 2021 will be delayed. At present it is not possible to give a definitive opening date as we will need to hear what measures Wales will be taking on 12th March. We will follow government policy in deciding when to re-open the Park and keep you updated accordingly. We appreciate that this probably comes as a disappointment to you, although it probably wasn’t unexpected.
In preparation for the new Season you will have been contacted if your insurance or gas certificates has or is about to expire. With regard to your drain down, for those who asked us to re-connect your caravan to the water supply on the 1st March we will delay this until we have a confirmed opening date. If you need assistance with this or any other issues please do not hesitate in contacting us. We appreciate that these are difficult and uncertain times, but we are hopeful of a more complete season than the last and we look forward to welcoming you back here soon.

With every best wish,
Roberts & McBreeze Family


Update 20th January 2021

With the increased rate at which the Covid-19 virus is spreading and the lockdowns in place across the UK, life is continuing to be difficult for all. However, there is a light shining bright in the form of the vaccine, this is being rolled out at great pace by our fantastic NHS Staff, and our thanks goes out to them. Whilst we still have no idea (nobody does) how long this current Lockdown will go on for, we can now look forward to a brighter future where Covid -19 doesn’t dominate our lives. The Welsh Government will hold its next review on the 29th January, whatever the news means for Tan Yr Ogof, we will certainly let you know via this News Page. We are still preparing to open the park on the 1st March 2021 for all our owners this year but obviously this is dependent on the lockdown rules being relaxed.

Like every year we are busy carrying out routine maintenance, making sure the park and its utilities are safe and that everything looks great ready for your return. If there is anything you need us to do or check in your caravan please let us know and we will be more than happy to oblige. Please take this opportunity before we open to return the signed occupancy terms to us, check that you have adequate insurance as well as an in date gas safety certificate. If you need any assistance with any of these matters please contact us.

We at Tan Yr Ogof are optimistic of a brilliant 2021, we are looking forward to welcoming all of our residents back to the Park as soon as we are able. If you are not already an owner on the park we would love to show you around the park as soon as we can so that you too can enjoy our friendly tranquil haven.

Wishing you all the very best,

Roberts & McBreeze Family


Coronavirus Update 20th December

To all our residents,

We are afraid that the Lockdown for wales has been brought forward with immediate effect. The relevant information has now been posted on the Welsh Government website, please follow link below:

Can we please ask our holiday home owners not to travel to the park. If you are already here we kindly request that you should head home as soon as reasonably practical. We will close the park gates from 5pm on Monday 21st December. If this causes anybody any issues please contact us. We apologise for the inconvenience but it is out of our hands. As usual, if you need us to attend to anything in the caravan (eg empty fridge /freezers etc) or need us to check on anything please contact us.

Stay safe for now. And we look forward to welcoming you back in 2021.

Roberts & Mc Breeze Family

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Update Thursday 17th December 2020


It was announced yesterday that Wales will move into Tier 4 level of restrictions on Monday 28th December 2020. No end date to this lockdown has been given, only that it will be reviewed every three weeks. As in previous lockdowns people will not be allowed to use their holiday homes during this period. This essentially meant that the 10.5 month season will finish on the 28th December 2020 this year, we apologise for this but it is beyond our control. If you are staying on the park over the Christmas period it is worth noting that all non-essential retail, including close contact services and all leisure and fitness centres will close at the end of trading on Christmas Eve and all hospitality premises will close from 6pm on Christmas Day.

The new restrictions will apply to all of Wales. The rules still allow you to travel to secure your possessions and to undertake any essential maintenance but not to stay overnight. If you need access to the park for this reason or believe you have an exceptional reason to stay at the park then please contact us prior to travelling. If you need us to check on anything, please give us a call, we are happy to help.

Full details of the restrictions can be found at:

On a more positive note, the Covd-19 vaccine is starting to be rolled out, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Let us all focus on the positives, keep ourselves and loved ones safe, and hopefully a return to life as we knew if prior to Covid-19 will return for us all once again. Christmas, New Year and other celebrations will be there for us in 2021, so let’s make sure we are. Stay safe, stay happy, stay positive. All being well, we will see you on Monday 1st March 2021.

Wishing you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year,

from the Roberts & McBreeze Family


03 DECEMBER - Coronavirus Update

NEWS UP-DATE 3rd December 2020 With the Coronavirus lockdown rules changing on a regular basis, it is hard to keep up! The national lockdown in England finished on the 2nd December 2020 and the tier system now sets out what people can and can’t do. Currently the Welsh Government bans all but essential travel from England, however this ban will be lifted at 1800 on Fri 4th December. This is what these measures mean for our owners at Tan Yr Ogof: • Those who are on the 7.5month can come to the Park to clear and prepare their caravans for the Winter (you cannot stay overnight as that part of the park closed for the season).
• Those on the 10.5month Season that live in Wales or in a Tier 1 or 2 in England can come to the Park to continue to use their caravans until 10th January 2021. • The park will re-open for all on Mon 1st March 2021.

If you require a Winter Drain-down when packing up your caravan for the end season, please let us know. The cost is £40, and well worth it if you consider the potential damage a heavy frost could cause. The drain-down includes re-connection when you re-open your caravan for the 2021 Season. From February 2021 you will be able to view Plot 25 located on the Lon Gele cul-de-sac, a wonderful 2021 Pemberton Marlow 36 x 12/2 Bed, asking price £56,000, what a deal - this is the COMPLETE PRICE - includes wrap around decking (front & side), skirting, 2021 Pitch Fees for 10.5month Season, Siting and connection. All ready for you to walk in to easy and hassle free. Full details and pictures on our ‘Holiday Homes for Sale’ tab. Details of the 2021/22 Re-development and Plots available will be released mid season in 2021, watch this space for details, be amongst the first to choose a Plot and order your new caravan (these plots will be ready for use April 2022). Make yourself aware of current Covid-19 rules in Wales when visiting by checking out their website Some basics below: • Pubs and bars in Wales are no longer allowed to serve alcohol and close at 6pm. • Stay out of each other’s caravans. • Limit how many different people you meet. Meet people outdoors rather than indoors where possible. • Maintain social distancing.
• Face coverings must be worn in all public places. • Wash your hands regularly. Last, but not least, stay safe and well.
From the

Roberts & McBreeze family.



A very frustrating situation with regard to Lockdowns! So as Wales is due to come out of lockdown on Mon 9th November, it has been confirmed that Parks would be allowed to re-open. Unfortunately though, from Thurs 5th November England are back into lockdown. This means that despite the extension to the 7.5 month season to 30 November 2020 most will not be allowed to travel and use their holiday homes, unless you are one of the handful that live in Wales.
After the English lockdown ends (2nd December) we hope that you will be allowed back, the 7.5 month season for day trips to undertake any maintenance etc., and the 10.5 month season to resume enjoying the Park. We still have the extension to the start of the 2021 season so everybody should be able to come back and enjoy the Park from 1st March 2021, all being well.
If you have booked the winter drain-down through the Park for 1st December it may be worth bringing it forward, please let us know.
Wishing all our customers and FB Followers the best over the next four weeks. Please stay safe, and contact us if you need anything or if you have any questions.
Kind regards
Roberts & McBreeze Family


19th October - Update on Welsh Lockdown

We hope you are all keeping well. As many of you will have already heard, Wales are to enter a so called “circuit breaker lockdown” from 6pm Friday 23rd October 2020. This lockdown will be in place for 2 weeks and will be lifted on Monday 9th November. During that time you will not be permitted to travel to wales even if it is to undertake maintenance or remove belongings from your caravan. The park will essentially be closed for that period. The full details of the lockdown can be found on the following link.

Until 6pm this Friday the rules still allow you to travel to close down your caravan and remove belongings provided you don’t stay overnight. We are awaiting clarification on the situation after the 9th November. We really hope to be able to welcome you back to the park sometime after the 9th November – but unfortunately we will have to wait and see what the Welsh Government decide!

Stay safe

Roberts & McBreeze Family
Owners of Tan Yr Ogof



Hope you are all doing well and staying safe. We are very sad that we cannot have you with us at the moment but unfortunately the restrictions that were announced a week ago still apply. The directive from the Welsh Government remains, you should not travel to Conwy County unless you have good reason (“a reasonable excuse”). We appreciate that there is uncertainty over the rules on short visits to close down your caravans for the winter season, the Welsh Government are working on clarifying the situation. If you are intending on visiting the Park for any longer than a brief visit to undertake essential business at the caravan, you must contact the office. The guidance from the Welsh Government can be seen on the link below:

Our understanding is that the review of these restrictions will be undertaken on the 21st October. If we are able to welcome you back around that date our intention is to remain open until 30th November (7.5 Month Season) and 10thJanuary (10.5 Month Season). Rest assured we are still working on the Park as normal, carrying out routine maintenance and of course keeping an eye on your treasured second homes. If you need us to help you with anything then please contact us and we will do our best.

Stay safe for now and we hope that we will be allowed to welcome you back here soon

Kind regards

Roberts & McBreeze Family Owners of Tan Yr Ogof


Coronavirus Restrictions For Conwy County – 29th September 2020

Following an increase in coronavirus cases in Conwy Borough Council new restrictions have been introduced. These restrictions will come into force at 6pm on Thursday 1st October 2020.

While we are not shutting the park at the moment, the direction from the Welsh Government is clear. You should not travel to Conwy County unless you have a good reason (a “reasonable excuse”), a list of “reasonable excuses” can be found on the above link. Travelling for holiday purposes is not considered a reasonable excuse. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you accordingly. Full details of the restrictions can be found at the following link:

Please read the extract from the Welsh Government directive below.

Stay safe for now, and we will update you as we find out more.

Thank you for your patience.

Roberts & McBreeze family
Owners of Tan Yr Ogof

“I am not a resident of Conwy County Borough but I am currently in the area – do I now need to leave urgently?

If you do not have a good reason (a “reasonable excuse”) to stay in the area, you should leave as soon as practicable. If you do have a reasonable excuse to stay, then while you are in the Conwy County Borough area, you should follow the local restrictions in place and limit your interactions with others as much as possible. Once you have left the area, please be cautious about interacting with other people and be aware of any potential symptoms of coronavirus.” —


2020 Extended Season Confirmed

We hope this finds you well. It has been a hectic couple of months since re-opening the Park with many of you making up for lost time after the Coronavirus closure. We would also like to welcome all the new owners onto the park and hope you can find peace and tranquillity here during these turbulent times. The new development with its 10.5month season is proving very popular and is all but sold out, with just a couple of plots remaining. One of the knock on effects of the pandemic is that static caravans are scarce, if you are determined to move to Tan Yr Ogof, stick with it and keep an eye on the website and hopefully your dream holiday home will appear on our website soon.

Back in June this year we set out a plan to apply for an extension to the 7.5month season to re-coup some lost time. We are pleased to announce that Conwy Council have granted a temporary extension up to the 30th November 2020. Plus, in addition the whole of the park will be allowed to open on the 1st March 2021 but will then close as normal on the 30th October 2021. This is temporary, and you can still arrange to drain down your caravan as normal. Due to the closure earlier this year we will send out the utility bills later than usual (around the 1st November). Other exciting news is that “I’m a Celebrity” will be filmed at Gwrych castle this Autumn. It does not surprise us that it has attracted such publicity, the whole of the castle and the woodlands around us are stunning! On a negative note, you have all probably seen increasing cases of Coronavirus on the News. This is a warning, the Virus is still a real danger to us all. We all have a responsibility to adhere to the social distancing guidelines, so please bear this in mind when you visit the Park and are out and about in the community.
With regards to the next phase of the redevelopment, we will not be undertaking major renovations over the 2020/21 season. Most likely we will undertake the next phase over the 2021/22 winter period. If you are interested in these plots, more information including a layout plan will be available early next season. Stay safe for now

Roberts & McBreeze Family and all the staff


Re-opening on Saturday 11th July 2020

Following the Welsh Government review yesterday the Park will now be open on Saturday 11 July 2020. This is subject to review on the 10th July - so please check this News Page before you travel.

We look forward to seeing you very soon.


Roberts & McBreeze Family Owners of Tan Yr Ogof

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Update 19th June 2020

Thank you for taking time to read our regular update. It’s a frustrating time for all – but there is light at the end of the tunnel! The Welsh First Minister announcing today that self contains holiday accommodation such as caravan parks will be able to open on 13th July. Obviously, this is an ever changing situation and it does depend on progress in fighting this disease. We will formally write to all our owners soon to confirm exact opening dates and procedures etc. When we do reopen there will be some simple procedures to follow to keep everyone safe from COVID 19 – please stick to them for everyone’s safety.

Thank you for your kind messages over the last few weeks! We’ve been busy on the park making sure that we are ready to open as soon as that day comes and we can’t wait to have our owners back with us. For those of you desperate to come and view the park – we also look forward to showing you around – in the meantime we have started uploading virtual tours of the caravans that we have for sale so why not have a look.

We are in the 13th week of closure due to COVID 19 now, but work on the park continues, the grass is still being cut, utilities are being maintained and security has been increased. All this hopefully means that re-opening will be as smooth as possible. If you have any concerns about your caravan please contact us – we will happily check on them or attend to any issues. Please also remember that the caravan needs to be insured and must have a gas safety certificate – if you need help with either of these things please contact us and we will arrange it for you.

If you are not yet enjoying the benefit of ownership at Tan Yr Ogof and holidays abroad are looking increasingly unlikely why not have a look at our holiday homes for sale page. As soon as we are open we will have procedures in place for you to come and view – but appointments will be required. In the meantime why not have a virtual tour of the Lovely Willerby Brockenhurs that we have for sale on our new development:

For a virtual walk-around:

We look forward to the day we open those gates again! And we wish you all the best and look forward to seeing you son. All the best

Roberts & McBreeze Family

Owners of Tan Yr Ogof

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General Update 12th May 2020

Hello again to all those of you who follow us on social media or on our website. We hope that you are all keeping your spirits up through this lockdown period and most importantly staying safe. We know from the messages we’ve had that our caravan owners are desperately missing their second homes and can’t wait to get back.

We wrote to all our owners recently announcing that the park will remain shut until at least Friday 5th June. As I am sure you are aware, there were some important announcements over the weekend from the UK and Welsh governments. These announcements are being debated and argued over across the country, but we thought it was worthwhile highlighting some of the key issues that affect our park. Probably the most important point to clear up is that decisions relating to visiting and opening caravan parks in Wales is the remit of the Welsh Government. At the moment the Welsh Government still bans all unnecessary travel, so that includes travel to second homes and caravans in Wales, so unfortunately this includes day-trips to check on caravans. Please be aware the police are stopping traffic and issuing fines! The eventual date of re-opening will be a decision for the Welsh Government, so far they have been well aligned with the UK Government but things may change. The UK government have set out their ambition to re-open the country in 2 further phases with non essential retail opening next and leisure and hospitality opening last. While the government have an ambition to start opening up leisure and hospitality venues at the beginning of July, it is only an ambition and no decisions have been made. So unfortunately the uncertainty continues, and also remember that Welsh Government will have the final say in Wales. We do not yet know where the government places owner only caravans along their phased timeline, however our trade association (British Holiday and Home Parks Association) are lobbying government to highlight the difference between owner only second homes and rental holiday parks with a full range of facilities.

Routine maintenance continues on the park and we are continuing to cut and strim everybody’s gardens, even those that usually cut it themselves or use a local gardener. If you want us to check your caravan inside please let us know, we have had numerous requests to do so and we are happy to oblige. In between the sunshine, there were some strong winds over the weekend, no damage though! Please be assured we are looking after your beloved second home and we have increased our security.

Looking forward to reopening, we will have a good selection of new and second hand caravans for sale. There is a lovely 2011 ABI Bowness for sale £21,995 including 2020 Pitch Fees – an absolute bargain that would have gone straight away had we been open this season. We also have a handful of the newly re-developed 10.5 month pitches available with brand new caravans available – some bargains to be had (check out the 2019 Carnaby Oakdale)! To see more details and to see pictures have a look in our Holiday Homes For Sale section on the website. We have a feeling that staycations may become very popular once things settle down – so why not come and have a look around once we open again!

In the meantime please follow rules and advice set out to protect yourselves and those around you and we look forward to welcoming you here as soon as it is safe to do so.

All the best

Roberts & McBreeze Family
Owners of Tan Yr Ogof


Weekly update 29th April 2020

Hello again from all of us at Tan Yr Ogof. We hope that all our customers and those who follow our website and social media are keeping safe and well.

Probably the first and most important point is to address the closure. Approximately 3 weeks ago we announced the closure of the park until the 6th May 2020. Next week the government are due to review the lockdown, however we do not expect them to lift the restrictions on the use of holiday homes. We will therefore be extending our closure to the 5th June 2020. Should government advice change in the meantime and we are able to re-open we will contact all our customers.

It is now almost six weeks since lockdown started. In many respects, the day to day work on the park has changed very little, nature is always trying to reclaim the park so all the landscaping is going on as normal as is all the routine maintenance. The office phone has been busy, predominantly with requests to attend to things in holiday homes or just to check them over, this we are very happy to do so just contact us if you need anything. Needless to say though, it is eerily quiet on the park and we just wish you were here to appreciate it.

The local area is generally very quiet, with a big efforts being made by the local authorities to stop all unnecessary travel to the popular beauty spots. All beach front car parks have been closed to the public, including those here in Llanddulas. The cycle path is as busy as ever though, with locals making the most of the sunshine while taking their daily exercise.

For our holiday home owners, there are a few things that might be worth considering. As a precaution we have turned off the water and gas supply to your caravan, we have not unplugged the electric though. If you still have items in the fridge/ freezers why not ask us to remove them and then we can unplug your caravan from the mains supply. If you managed to visit at the start of the season and used the water in your caravans, it may be worth asking us to drain your caravan of water as a precaution (we can do this relatively easy). Please contact us if you need anything or have any questions. We are continuing to cut and strim everybody’s gardens weekly, this includes the gardens that people normally do themselves or use a local gardener for.

For those of you who are not owners on the park and have been following our social media and website, when it does come to reopening we still have a good range of new and second hand caravans for sale. Whether you’re looking for a brand new caravan on our new development (we still have a handful of plots available), or second hand we are sure to have something to suit.

In the meantime thanks for you patience and messages of support.

Stay safe

Roberts and McBreeze Family
Owners of Tan Yr Ogof

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First (of many!) weekly updates

Hello everyone,

Hello from all of us at Tan Yr Ogof, hope the lockdown isn’t treating you too badly! Welcome to what is the first of our weekly news updates that we will post on our website. Whether you are an existing owner or looking at moving onto the park, hopefully these news items will provide you with up to date information, top tips and an idea of what might be happening in the future.

Unfortunately, it’s no great surprise to anybody that the start of the season hasn’t gone quite to plan!! As you know, in line with government guidelines we closed the park on Monday 23rd March and at the moment the park is due to remain shut until Wednesday 6th May. Obviously this will be continually reviewed in line with government guidelines. We have been busy on the park in your absence though, the grass keeps growing and there is still maintenance to be done. Rest assured we are here every day looking after the park and your treasured second homes. For those of you that cut your own grass, don’t worry we are keeping on top of it. If there is anything that you need us to do inside or outside your caravan please contact us.

The new season never really got into full swing and many people who were planning on visiting the park never made it. When we do re-open we have a good range of new and second hand caravans on the park. Of particular note is a 2011 ABI Bowness that is on for £21,995 including 2020 Pitch Fee. This might be one worth snapping up ready for when we re-open. There are also the newly re-developed 10.5month pitches still available with a good selection of new caravans to go on them. Top tip Choose your Park, then your Pitch then the Caravan. Check out our holiday home for sale section for full details.

That’s it for this week. We’ll update you on here weekly. Stay home and safe for now and we hope to see you here again very soon.

Kind regards

Roberts & McBreeze Family Owners of Tan Yr Ogof

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Coronavirus Update 9th April 2020

To all our loyal customers,

Further to our previous correspondence (dated 26th March 20) announcing the closure of the park until 13th April 2020 we would like to update you. The government are due to review the lockdown of the country over the next few days, we anticipate that the ban on travelling to second homes will remain in place along with holiday park closures. We will therefore extend our closure to Wednesday 6th May 2020, thereafter we will follow government guidelines in deciding when to re-open the park. Should government advice change in the meantime and we are able to open we will let you know.

We appreciate that these are difficult and uncertain times for everybody so please, if you have any concerns that you need to discuss with us please contact us. Please stay safe, ideally in your homes and we will update you soon.

With every best wish

Roberts & McBreeze Family



To all our loyal customers, It is with heavy hearts that our family have to announce the closure of the park with immediate effect. Over the last 24 hours, the guidance from our trade association has been updated to recommend the closure of all holiday parks. The government’s clear guidance is that there must be no unnecessary or non-essential travel. These are unprecedented times. We all have a responsibility to consider not just ourselves but the people of our country, the local community and on this park. We ask that you vacate the park by 5pm on Mon 23rd March 2020. The initial period of closure is 2 weeks, however this will be reviewed, based on industry and government guidelines. We are here to support you during this period, if you need help with vacating the caravan please contact us, we are here to help. I am sure you have many questions you would like to ask. Can we kindly ask that you allow us to prioritise the safe return of all our customers over the next 24hrs. We will be in touch within the two week period with further information. As a family we are devastated that it has come to this but I am confident that it is the correct thing to do. We will look after your treasured second homes, and can’t wait to have you back with us.

With every best wish

Roberts & McBreeze Family

Office number: 01492 516628
Out of hours number: 07809209728
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With Phase II now complete, and a wonderful selection of new caravans available to view, we invite you to come along to our 2019 OPEN DAY on SATURDAY 11 MAY between 10.00am - 4pm. HOG ROAST. All Welcome. Come along and enjoy the day at our beautiful caravan park on the North Wales Coast, we may just have the caravan you are looking for! The family look forward to seeing you on the 11th.


Phase II Update

The Contractors have moved in! Work has commenced on Phase II. More acoustic fencing is being put into place. All the fencing has been erected around the redevelopment area. What we need now is for this amazing November to continue for the hard working workforce. Sincerely hope they have kinder weather than last year!!

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The First Phase of work was completed April 2018, and has been a great success, with many new owners enjoying the benefit of the new pitches. This year Phase II will start in November 2018, and be completed by March 2019. We continue with the private ‘cul-de-sac’ design, with pitches that can accommodate the latest style of holiday homes up to 13ft x 40ft. This design is proving to be highly popular with our owners.

10.5month Season from 01 March 2019 - 10 January 2020

  1. Purpose made car parking spaces
  2. Free fibre WiFi basic package. One off connection charge of £198 (optional). Silver & Gold Packages available to purchase if required
  3. Grass cutting included in Pitch Fees

Site Fees for 10.5month Season - £3,210 (inclusive of VAT) water included. The only other charges are rates re-charged £240. Electric standing charge £18 per year. Metered Gas and Electric
Come and be part of our beautiful family owned and run Park. We will have 15 new pitches available on Phase II, also a couple still available on Phase I. You will love the tranquillity of the Park, the friendliness. Its’ location is perfect, sat amongst the hills and trees, yet only 3 minutes’ walk to the wonderful North Wales coast, and coastal path which you can follow on foot or on your bicycle, all the way to Colwyn Bay, Rhos-on-Sea and Llandudno. Or go East to Pensarn, Abergele and Rhyl. So close to many National Trust properties; the stunning scenery of Snowdonia the largest mountain in Wales & England, plus outdoor adventure playgrounds such as Zip World - we have it all, so come and view today to see what you are currently missing, and what you could potentially be a part of - look forward to meeting you soon!

Holidays to enjoy, memories to treasure

If you wish to be part of this exciting new development by the Roberts & McBreeze Family, then give us a call or email us today to arrange a visit to view the caravans we currently have available for sale.

Get yourself ready for a great new lifestyle in 2019



With Summer just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking of upgrading or buying for the first time! Your new holiday home awaits you at Tan Yr Ogof Caravan Park. The Atlas Abode, Swift Biarritz RL, Regal Venture, Willerby Sierra and the ABI Oakley have all arrived now to join the ABI Envoy, the Helmsley Lodge, Swift Loire & Swift Bordeaux, ready for you to take a look and discover the beauty and quality of these new holiday homes. Very reputable manufacturers, the design quality and attention to detail is wonderful. Our park is peaceful and relaxing, just a couple of minutes walk away from the coastline, and being family owned and run, you really do get a sense of calm. So, what are you waiting for? It’s the Bank Holiday next week, if you can manage a day out, call and see what’s been happening here, you really will be surprised at how established the New Development is looking. The original park is slowly coming nicely to life, the owners’ look like they have been very busy planting up their pots for summer, and cleaning away the winter debris, the trees are looking a beautiful colour. All in all, we think the park is looking really lovely! But don’t just take our word for it, pop along and see for yourself.