The official GGHHA, due to the ongoing lack of volunteers to continue running the association, was finally wound up in September 2017. A facebook group has been set up - "Glan Gwna Owners" for owners to use and is thriving.
This web site was authored in the year 2000 for the GGHHA and is not the official web site of the GGHHA. It is still maintained because we love Glan Gwna and hopefully this web site shows what a lovely place Glan Gwna is!
For latest local news try:
Glan Gwna owners closed group,
Glan Gwna Estates
The A487 Caernarfon to Bontnewydd Bypass was given the go ahead Dec 2011, and the route avoiding Bethel chosen May 2013. It was built by Ruthin firm Jones Bros. and Balfour Beatty. Glan Gwna ratepayers had information packs, also available in Caernarfon library. Works were planned to start in Autumn 2017. A Public Local Inquiry into the Scheme started on 13 June 2017. The bypass opened in 2022, but do not try to use it to get to Glan Gwna.
This information is placed and maintained by the GGHHA2000 webmaster for use by owners and visitors. It may be of interest to those wishing to purchase (leasehold) chalets or caravans on the park. Glan Gwna is at Caeathro, Caernarfon, North Wales, Gwynedd, UK, LL55 2SH. We do not accept any liability for accuracy, inaccuracy, errors, omissions or responsibility for the links or the content.
The Glan Gwna Holiday Homes Association was formed around 1980 to promote the interests of member owners of holiday homes at the Glan Gwna Country Park.
The main aims were written out in the constitution and rules. The committee, elected from its members at an AGM, consulted and discussed relevant matters with parties involved in the maintenance of the park, the services and amenities provided. Major issues were normally referred to members at an AGM or by referendum if a decision was needed mid-year.
Members were kept up to date with topical information through the newsletters, there being several each year. GGHHA often represented owners to the site management, Glan Gwna Estates (GGE).
Around 1980 the GGHHA found it necessary to form a management company, Caeathraw Management Services (CMS), to service the site chalets for letting through glossy brochures. CMS were sometimes referred to as the GGHHA's management company. CMS provided a 'hands off' letting service - many owners contracted CMS to manage all aspects of the chalet, from painting to linen. You did not need to be a member of the GGHHA to use CMS services. CMS was wound up in 2005.
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