Details at a Glance.
- Sleeps - 2 adults & 2 children
- Double Bed - 2
- Roof Bunks - 2 (aged 5 to 14)
- Changeover day - Everyday
- Minimum stay - 2 nights
- Number of dogs welcome - 2
- 3-Point Seat Belts - 4
- Lap Belts - 1
Lola is the latest camper to join our fleet of VW girls, she is a 4-berth, right-hand drive 1971 early bay camper and is as blue as the sea. Lola may be vintage but she is just like new having been newly restored. Gone is the rusty orange paintwork, now retro blue and pastel white with shiny chrome wheels and a big VW badge up front. She has a new comfy interior and lots of mod cons, with lights and sound all round, heating and a big pull out bed and 2 bunks in the roof fun for kids, but best of all is her elevating roof. It’s a Martin Walter Dormobile Roof and this side lift roof is our favourite as it's spacious, and it's 2 glass windows make it light and airy - with the roof down at night you can lie in bed and watch the stars.
Lola is equipped for Spring Summer Autumn and Winter with a super-efficient gas powered heating system, which means you don't have to wear long johns to keep toasty! The skylights let a cool breeze waft through on warmer days and, of course, you can throw open the rear hatch and side door to take in the views.
If you want to chill out after a full on day of adventure with your furry friends, or snuggle up on a cosy romantic getaway for two – Lola’s definitely your girl!
Features and facilities
- Engine Size: 1.6L right-hand drive
- Dimensions: 4.6m long x 1.86m wide x 2.14m high
- Reg Number: FPF 408J
- Fuel: Unleaded Petrol
Speed & Range of Travel
- Gearbox: 4 speed manual
- Top Speed: 55 mph
- Economy: 25 mpg average
- Mileage: Unlimited
- Range: Gwynedd, Conwy and Anglesey (please ask if thinking further afield)
Travelling & Camping
- Front cab: 2 seats fitted with 3-point belts
- Bench seat with two 3-point seat belt and one lap belt
- No Isofix
Boot section / Kitchen units
- Pop-up 2 man tent for camping gear, and reserves your pitch
Cooking & Eating
- Cooker: Two burner gas hob
- Fridge: Compressor fridge (12v / 240v when on mains hook-up)
- Sink: Stainless steel with cold water tap
- Kitchen: Fully equipped with pots, pans, crockery and utensils
- Table: Internal table & folding outdoor table with camping chairs
- In Transit: Internal cab heating
- Stationary: Internal gas heating system / electric heater supplied for use when connected to campsite 240v electricity supply
Power & Audio
- Sound System: CD/Radio player with usb & aux-in
12v socket in front cab
- 240v household socket with 2 USB points for use when connected to campsite electricity supply
- Downstairs: Double full width pull-out rock and roll bed
- Roof: 2 pull-out bunks, suitable for kids aged 5 to 14
(8 stone / 51 kg weight limit)
- Free parking for your vehicle at our premises (at your own risk)
Suggested Optional Extras
- Drive-away awning: for shelter and storage, and reserves your pitch
- Dimensions: 2.5m x 2.6m (D x W)
- Drive-away awning with 2 berth inner tent: for extra living and sleeping space
- Dimensions: 2.4m x 5.1m (D xW)
- Bike rack: suitable for 2 bikes
- Bedding pack: sleeping bag / duvet / pillows
Lola's favourite place...
Lola who is as blue as the sea, likes nothing more than meandering through the never-ending back roads of Ynys Môn, better known as the Isle of Anglesey, taking in the views of some of the finest coastal scenery, a sea breeze and fresh salt in the air.
Located at the north west tip of Wales, the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, surrounded by miles of inspiring coastline, secluded beaches is rich in ancient history. The name Anglesey or Ongull-ey is of Viking origin, a Norse word that means ‘Ongull’s Island’, where Ongull is traditionally thought to be the name of a Viking leader, and 'ey' meaning island. The island is abundant in well preserved monuments from the Neolithic and Bronze ages, native settlements from the Celtic period and the impressive 13th century Beaumaris Castle, built as part of King Edward I's campaign to conquer North Wales.
All in all, Anglesey is an island with plenty to see and do, from the islands rich heritage, unspoilt coastlines and picturesque towns and villages to the unusual ‘moonscape’ landscape of Parys Mountain. There are miles and miles of scenic walks on the Anglesey Coastal Path and cycle paths too, and come rain or shine the fabulous beaches offer something for everyone – vast stretches of sand, safe swimming for the kids and windswept bays where a bracing walk and rock pooling are the call of the day.
Three days isn’t enough to explore Anglesey there is so much to see and do, but our tour circular tour following the islands coastline 'Discover Anglesey, an island rich in history and beauty' shows you far more than you might expect. Along with the grandeur of the 300 year masion house at Plas Newydd, the Menai Suspension Bridge built by Thomas Telford, Beuamaris Castle, and the Copper Kingdom, the route includes more subtle attractions such as South Stack cliffs and it's lighthouse, the Bryn Celli Ddu neolithic burial chamber and Halen Môn and learn the art of sea salt tasting.
A place to stay...
Nant Bychan Farm Campsite, Anglesey
The approach road to Nant Bychan Farm gives a hint of the glorious sea views from this idyllic family run campsite. A left turn just before the farm opens up a complete vista of stunning sea views with the fishing village of Moelfre to the left and Puffin Island and the Snowdonia Mountain Range to the right.
The campsite, with its own beach has pitches, some with hook-ups arranged around the perimeter with a central field occupied by tents, there is a spotlessly clean toilet block with showers and post washing sinks.
For more information and to book a pitch contact:
Nant Bychan Farm Campsite
Isle of Anglesey
Tel: 01248 410269