Small family run park. Sheltered surroundings. Ideal for walking or touring Snowdonia. Modern showers/toilet block. Most improved park in Wales winner.Open from:
Dog walking area
The small village of Dyffryn Ardudwy has attractive dunes and a beach, and the Cromlech site commands a sweeping view across Tremadog Bay to the Llyn Peninsula.
There are many castles (Harllech, Conwy, Beaumaris etc.) as well as Welsh Mountain Zoo and Green Wood Forest Park
Based on 3 review(s)
lancashire 14 Mar 2008
We are a family of 5 and 2 dogs. The children being under 10 years old. We have been coming to this caravan site for the last 4 years. I must say, every year we have had a lovely time. The owners are very friendly and often stop to chat with us. It is a very relaxing and a peaceful place to come to with a pub/restaurant just around the corner!
Regarding carolinetawt's problem with dogs- we have two labradors and there has never been an issue with them. However, a lot of sites (maybe this one aswell) do not allow Rottweilers, Pit bulls etc so maybe this is the breed of dog that she owns.
wales 26 Feb 2008
having found this camp site on caravan site finder it sounded ideal for myself my boyfriend and two dogs i phoned and enquired and was told the price.when i phoned back to pay the deposit the man was very rude to me on the phone enquired what make my dogs were,i was then told that they didnt take them type of dogs because they had previously had trouble with them and put the phone down on me.why do they advertise dogs welcome?
wilts 30 Jul 2006
we have very much enjoyed our stay at this camp site. and would recommend it to any one who wishes to have a quiet relaxing holiday with the best of both worlds, scenic and beach. It also helped of course having the hottest weather of the year, but we are sure it would just as good, what ever the weather.