Offers of about £1.375m sought for multiple-award winning The Willows Caravan Park near North Wales coastal resort Abersoch

Offers close to £1.375m are being sought for The Willows, a multiple-award caravan and camping park near North Wales’ seaside resort Abersoch by real estate advisors Colliers International.

The 9.2-acre (3.7 hectare) park has 54 pitches including four exclusive ‘glamping’ or glamorous camping units, a static holiday hire caravan, reception/office, three-bedroom owners’ accommodation and another 3.7 acres for development subject to planning.

Located beside the village of Mynytho and overlooking the Llyn Peninsula and Cardigan Bay, the park offers easy access to Abersoch and Pwllheli, some of Europe’s best beaches and activities including walking, sailing, water sports, golf courses, Surf Snowdonia and Snowdonia Zip Wire.

Acting on behalf of family owners Miles and Anna James who plan to retire after 13 years, Colliers described the park as an “exceedingly popular tourist destination” in North Wales, the only UK region to be ranked in the global ‘Best In Travel’ list of destinations to visit in 2017 and with a separate endorsement by Lonely Planet.

The Willows continues to benefit from ongoing investment by the owners, achieving a turnover in excess of £115,000 and ‘very strong profits’ in the financial year to the end of February 2017.

The park has won numerous awards including 5 Star Visit Wales & Britain accredited, the National Tourism Awards ‘Best Place to Stay’ (Touring and Camping), Top 100 Practical Caravan, Top 10 Glampsite and Premier Parks Award.

Robert Smithson, Parks agency, alternative markets at Colliers International, said:

“Thanks to the investment over many years by Anna and Miles, The Willows remains extremely popular with both visitors and local people while the future of North Wales remains highly positive, thanks to the region’s growing reputation as an adventure-sports hotspot and numerous accolades and awards from national and international visitor and holiday guides.”