UPDATED 14th July 2021

for limited self-contained touring caravan and motorhome units only with reduced facilities to comply with the 2m social distancing and to keep numbers to a safe level.
Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate
tents, trailer-tents or small campervans without full facilities onboard this season. The separate camping field is remaining closed until further notice.
Booking enquires via direct online booking form
or email only.
Strictly advance pre-arranged bookings only for a minimum of two nights and over will be accepted on site at this present time.
Non-bookings will be refused entry.
We are pleased to have the 'WE'RE GOOD TO GO' certificate from Visit Wales and look forward to welcoming you to Nant Mill safely!
Covid-19 update 14/07/21:
Wales will move fully into alert level one from 17 July. There will be further changes to the rules outdoors as Wales takes the first careful step towards a new alert level zero.
Alert level zero is set out in an updated Coronavirus Control Plan. If the public health situation allows, Wales will move to this level on 7 August.
From 17 July, Wales will move fully to alert level one, including:
2m Social distancing and wearing face masks in indoor public places remain.
Up to six people can meet indoors in private homes and holiday accommodation.
Organised indoor events can take place for up to 1,000 seated and up to 200 standing.
Ice rinks can reopen.
If Wales moves to alert level zero on 7 August, all premises would be able to open and most but not all restrictions will be removed and replaced with the ongoing requirement for all organisations and businesses to carry out risk assessments.
Face coverings will continue to be required by law in most indoor public places and on public transport at alert level zero from 7 August, with the exception of hospitality settings.
Read in full on Gov.Wales


We are a long well established traditional style family run, friendly and quiet touring park conveniently located on the beautiful North Wales Coast half a mile east of Prestatyn town centre close to the sandy beaches with views of the Irish sea and back drop of the Clwydian Hillside.

Nant Mill was once a working farm and mill, hence full of character with the old stone buildings, duck pond that fed the mill and small flowing stream. The area is rich of history and the surrounding countryside offers walks of outstanding natural beauty and nature reserves.

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Our touring park is suitable for a small family or a couple seeking a quiet and RELAXING break within a PEACEFUL friendly atmosphere with clean facilities, well maintained surroundings, secure children's adventure play area whilst enjoying the seaside town, coast and countryside. This is also an ideal base to explore North Wales and surrounding borderlands within walking distance to the seven mile golden beach with rolling sandy dunes and Prestatyn seaside town centre with many shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, scala cinema with arts centre, a weekly market and car boot and many more amenities near by.