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Mulberrys Farm

UK Wales North Wales Anglesey Holyhead

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Contactless check in
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • "We're Good To Go" accredited
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Campfires allowed
  • Dogs welcome
  • Adults only
  • Adults Only
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
  • Beaches
  • Walking
A cosy campsite on an Anglesey smallholding for adult-only campers, glampers and campervans.

Sometimes it’s best to keep things as they should be and, to put it simply: if you want to camp on Anglesey, we’d recommend Mulberry’s Farm. It’s not for everyone – in fact it’s just for adults – but if you’re a grown-up who likes proper camping with campfires and starry-night skies, but with great facilities and individual shower cabins, you'll find this cosy campsite on a smallholding is simply wonderful.

There are just six off grid grass pitches and five all-weather ones for people with campervans and motorhomes with EHU. There’s glamping too with a lovely bell tent which is kitted out for couples in a separate paddock. Cars are kept away from the camping and glamping area but it’s only a short walk to whichever pitch you’ve been allocated. Gill or Derick, on whose smallholding this campsite is found, will down spades and come to point out which is yours.

The couple have been tending this land for 20 years but have only in the last four years decided to share it with campers, taking care of all the hard work themselves. They wanted to give people a little taste of what drew them to Anglesey in the first place; the space, the beaches and a chance to get back to old style camping. You certainly get that here but it’s comfortable too. Bell tents and all-weather pitches have power and, while the grass ones are off grid, there’s a shared undercover kitchen for that morning coffee if you don’t fancy getting the campfire started again. Perhaps best of all, Gill and Derick will bring bacon butties to your pitch if you order the night before from their 5 star hygiene rated commercial kitchen. You can see the other fruits of their labour with a walk around the smallholding and, in season, taste them as they sell their produce on site.

For a campsite that’s on the far side of an island that’s only lightly tethered to the rest of Wales, Mulberry’s Farm is surprisingly easy to get to. It’s not far (but thankfully out of earshot) of the A55 trunk road that connects nearby Holyhead with the mainland. That means, you can zip from here to most of Anglesey in under half an hour and to Snowdonia National Park, over the bridge, in little more. It also means that campers from across the border can reach Mulberry's Farm in 90 minutes – perfect for a weekend getaway.

It’s worth mentioning you may even be able to enjoy a flyby from nearby RAF Valley. This is where jet pilots, including the Red Arrows train. It’s also where The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, worked as a search and rescue pilot for three years. His view on Anglesey, according to interviews at the time, was pretty clear; “I have never in my life known somewhere as beautiful and as welcoming as Anglesey.” After a night or two at Mulberry's Farm it's hard not to agree.



In addition to our washroom area we also offer a field kitchen that includes a kettle,microwave, fridge and freezer so you don't need to get the cooking gear out until the evening. Breakfast Baps and hot drinks are also available and can be pre-ordered (and paid for!) the night before to be delivered to your tent in the morning.

Suitable For

As an ADULTS ONLY site you can be assured of peace and quiet as you stroll around the smallholding, we also try to limit groups with a maximum of 3 adults on each pitch.

Enjoy the views across to Holyhead mountain from our fledgling Welsh heritage orchard, perhaps with a glass of locally produced cider? It’s the perfect location to enjoy the wide variety of wildlife you’ll find on the site. Our resident farm animals are joined by foxes, pheasants, migrating geese, circling buzzards, finches and a very healthy rabbit population. If you are very lucky you’ll catch sight of the exclusive red squirrel that’s spotted from time to time, so keep an eye on the squirrel nesting boxes! We’ve worked hard and will continue to do so with our environmental projects to support our local environment, work that is close to our hearts. From environmentally friendly growing methods to substantial tree planting there’s always something to


Out and about Anglesey is home to more beaches and rugged coves than you can imagine connected by the coastal path not to mention the stately homes and ancient monuments. If you’re looking for a faster pace try surfing, rib rides under the famous Menai Bridge, coasteering or a short drive away you’ll find the stunning Snowdonia National Park. It’s easy to see why North Wales is known at the adventure capital of Europe.

Back on the farm you can enjoy freshly laid eggs from our own hens and a range of homegrown veg and fruit (in season) from our pop up farm shop. You can even order hot breakfasts to be delivered to your pitch from our 5* food hygiene rated kitchen where we produce our island renowned Firehouse Deli spice blends, great on the BBQ!

Worth Noting:

We have the very cool privilege of having RAF Valley close by. So if you’re lucky you’ll get your very own air show, even the Red Arrows drop by from time to time.

Food & Drink

Once known as The Mother of Wales due to it's rich soil and food production Anglesey remains a foodie haven. Choose from award winning fish & chips on the beach, Michelin starred restaurants or enjoy a day at one of the many food festivals and farmers markets. Anglesey is also home to a surprising number of distilleries and breweries so there's plenty of opportunity for a tipple at the end of a day of fun. Feel free to ask us for recomendations!



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Contact Mulberrys Farm, Lon Bach, Caergeiliog, Holyhead LL65 3NL

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Getting There

Use the A55 North Wales Expressway to cross from mainland Wales on to Anglesey then continue north towards Holyhead until junction four, signposted for the A5, Caergeililog. At the roundabout, just after the slip road, take the first exit on to Minffordd Road. Take the first right (after about half a mile) and then right again to arrive at Mulberry’s Farm.

The closest railway station to Mulberry’s Farm is at Holyhead which makes getting to Anglesey and close to Mulberry’s Farm surprisingly easy. From the station you could take a taxi for the last seven miles but Gill advises that it’s best to have a car to explore from their rural location. Car hire is available in Holyhead as well as campervan hire in Wales.


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