Caerwys View blog
Caerwys is a beautiful town in Flintshire, North Wales. It is situated just under two miles from the A55 North Wales Expressway and one mile from the A541 Mold to Denbigh road. At the 2001 Census, the population of Caerwys civil parish was 1,315, with a total ward population of 2,496.
Caerwys in Flintshire, North Wales is a small town but with a lively and vibrant community. Having been granted a Royal Charter in 1290 it is one of the smallest “towns” in Great Britain. Although being just under two miles from the A55 Expressway the town is often passed-by unnoticed by travellers, yet it is surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty with stunning views across mountains and valleys. Its proximity to the A55 North Wales Expressway makes it an ideal location for touring North Wales including the beautiful Conwy Valley, Conwy Castle and to the East the English Border lands including the ancient walled town of Chester.
Despite having a small population Caerwys has three public houses, two with restaurants, a general store, delicatessen, two butchers, a baker, (no candle stick makers), a pharmacy and newsagent, hairdresser and garage. It also benefits from a Golf course, tennis court, children’s playground and a bowling green.
We are very pleased to announce that Caerwys View is now open for 12 months! This will mean that the Park will be open 12 months of the year for holiday use so you can enjoy endless holidays all year round.