ABI Oakley 2017


Living room
A good size living room, dining area, shower/toilet, with separate toilet.
A well equipped  kitchen
full size 4 burner cooker fridge, microwave, toaster, electric kettle  all cutlery  and crockery provided.
The dining area:
The dinning area has plenty of room to enjoy a nice family meal.
3 Bedrooms
1 x double bedroom
2 x twin bedrooms
1 x double sofa bed in living room.
All quilts and pillows are provided.
Bed linen is provided on 7 days or more holidays only.
please remember to bring your own bed linen, quilt covers, towels, tea towels.
( bed linen is available to hire for a small charge).
No Keys are given out at reception , you will be met at your caravan with the key, Passes*, Timetables ect…
Please Note: If you lose your key whilst on your stay reception will charge for a replacement.
All gas and electric are included.


Double Glazing
Gas Central Heating
Coal effect Fire
Electric kettle


High Season : £750 (week)

Mid Season : from £425 (week)

Low Season : from £325 (week)

Low/Mid Season : From £375 (Mon-Fri)

Low/Mid Season : £275 (weekend)

*A £50 deposit must be paid to secure the booking

Which is none Refundable on cancellation, balance due 4 weeks before paid by bank transfer..

Your booking form must be returned within 7 Days.

A £50 breakage bond is required on arrival which is returned within 1 week after departure if caravan has no breakage and the caravan is left clean and all rubbish removed and placed in bins provided on park.


Park Passes

Park passes are NOT included in the holiday price unless they are given for free with one of our special offers.
The prices for the passes are as follows:

Pass Type Adults Children
Peak 7 Nights £41.50 £21.75
Peak Short Break (eg. M-F or F-M) £32 £15.50
Off Peak 7 Nights £27.75 £13.50
Off Peak Short Break (eg, M-F or F-M £21.50 £11

*the park pass prices above are for Presthaven Sands Holiday Park 

Please note park passes prices are set by park.

Local Amenities

Park Highlights:
Beautiful sandy dune beach, great for wildlife.

A big beach, big Park holiday with an exciting atmosphere with so much to do.

Just a small part of the fabulous sports and entertainment facilities

Things to do and the variety of places to visit
along a lively holiday coastline including Caernarfon
and Snowdonia National Park
The Park:
More a holiday resort than a Holiday Park, this totally active location stretches alongside the dunes, providing direct access to miles of sandy beach.
There’s a choice of three pools, just a small part of the fabulous sports and entertainment facilities.

Two dazzling Show Bars, a buzzing central ‘action zone’ including Adventure Golf and Climbing Wall – you get the picture. Plus you’re never far from castles, gardens or mountains in this beautiful holiday region.

Feel free to fill each day in just your own way. Every family is different of course, but a typical day might begin with a lazy lie in or a family B Fit session. It could be a morning in the new and improved Heated Indoor & outdoor Pool Complexes with Flume and New Outdoor Lazy River, or trying your hand at some Roller Blading or Laser Combat.

Lunch out at a great little pub or pop into our Mash and Barrel: Lounge-Bar-Café. Afternoon try the Go Karts or fun in the Indoor Sports Dome, explore Snowdonia or enjoy a relaxing game of Mini Ten-Pin Bowling.

Early evening enjoy a stroll on the sandy beach, a sunset bike ride or a barbecue. Then head off to the Show Bar for a drink, live music and dancing.

So, whether it’s out and about or staying on the Caravan Park, you’re sure to have a great holiday at Presthaven Sands.

Local Tourist Activities:

1,   Sea Aquarium, Rhyl Discover aquatic life from around the world. See the sea lion show or venture into the underwater tunnel. 7 miles
2,   Bodelwyddan Castle Historic house with gardens, maze, adventure playground & interactive fun. 13 miles
3,   Welsh Mountain Zoo High above Colwyn Bay, with lots to see and learn about the animal world. 21 miles

4,   Conwy Castle Overlooking the Conwy estuary – and a fine example of a medieval walled town. 23 miles

5,   Great Orme Copper Mines Important Bronze Age mines, revealing life 3000 years ago. 27 miles
6,   Bodnant Garden one of the most beautiful gardens in the country, with a huge number of exotic varieties. 27 miles
7,   Chester Zoo Thousands of animals to discover, including endangered species. 30 miles
8,   Snowdonia National Park Spectacular coastline, mountains, lakes, walks – how can you miss it? 39 miles
9,   Snowdon Mountain Railway Staggering engineering feat, with views to match. 45 miles

Check-in Times

Check in is from 3 pm on day of arrival , you will be met at your caravan with your keys for your caravan and the caravan must be vacated by 10:00 am on day of departure.

Peak season rental is from Friday to Friday only.

Short break are available in off peak only please contact for more information.