Facilities

What makes Searivers so special is the location, surrounded by a nature reserve, spectacular dunes and the River Dovey estuary. It’s a natural adventure playground which remains popular with families, retired and those just looking for a peaceful getaway to one of the most beautiful coastal locations in Wales.The park is wheelchair friendly and Wi-Fi is available.

There is a cafe on site serving coffee, snacks, breakfast and lunch. The cafe serves Sunday Lunch and is also open for early evening meals on Fridays and Saturdays.  Opening times vary depending on the time of year but generally during school holidays the cafe is open 6 days a week (closed on Tuesday). At other times, they are also closed on a Monday. Please contact us for current opening times and a menu. There is also a shop selling essentials which is open at the same time.  There is an outdoor seating area.

Off-site you will see some of the most glorious countryside in Britain, and the highest concentration of award-winning beaches in the UK.

Because of its shallow waters, the surrounding beaches are popular with sailboard enthusiasts, kite and wind surfers and kite flyers. Ynyslas is home to rare plants and insects and the nearby thousand-acre Ynys Hir RSPB Nature Reserve draws bird watchers and ramblers alike. The park is also close to Borth’s championship 18-hole links golf course.

For Hire - Fully equipped, self-contained holiday caravans, with colour television, gas and electricity all included in the tariff. Duvets, pillows and bed linen are provided. You need only bring personal linen and towels. Towels are available to hire, you can book these either online or over the phone.