Garreg Goch is a family Caravan and Touring Park near Black Rock Sands beach at Porthmadog, North Wales.
The Caravan Park offers Static Caravans for Sale, modern Holiday Caravans for Hire, Short Breaks and Touring Pitches for Seasonal, overnight and Motorhome customers. Pitch facilities include 16 amp Electric Hook Ups and Water Points.
Garreg Goch is an ideal base from which to explore the beauty of the Snowdonia National Park, with Portmeirion, the famous Ffestiniog Railway, great Golf, Fishing, Restaurants and Sandy Beaches all close by.
As a 4* Visit Wales and David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award winner, Garreg Goch is immaculately maintained and has modern park amenities including Shop/Reception (open daily in main holidays), clean Toilets & hot Showers, new Family Rooms and a new Launderette. There is also a modern Childrens' Playground. All the park's facilities are now fully accessible, including the provision of a modified hiring caravan.
Dog Owners welcome (certain breeds excepted)
Path from park to Sandy Beach (10 minutes walk)
Free WiFi For All
A vast panorama of Snowdonia awaits visitors to this corner of Wales. From the beach the scenery is spectacular, with majestic mountains, rolling sheep-dotted hills, forests and winding rivers. Looking back from the hills the Llyn Peninsula is stunning, its sheltered bays and wide sandy beaches are perfect for Bathing and Watersports. The town of Criccieth has beautiful Beaches overlooked by a picturesque Castle, a wonderful sight when silhouetted by the sunset.
Also nearby, Borth-Y-Gest has a quaint bay, backed by dramatic scenery, with some wonderful coastal walks. Whether viewed from the window of the Ffestiniog Railway steam train, by car, on foot or on horseback, the beauty of the landscape is breathtaking. Alternatively, some visitors like to relax sea or river fishing, playing golf, or quad biking, all available locally.
Easy access to Steam Railways at Porthmadog for Ffestiniog Railway & Welsh Highland (to Caernarvon) plus others nearby.
Climbing at Tremadoc & walking in Snowdonia.
Watersports on Cardigan Bay
Based on 2 review(s)
Merseyside 20 Jun 2016
Had an amazing time at at this site, they have just put in a new touring shower & toilet block which was loverly. We walked the beach twice a day with the dog (2 y.o.) which helped keep her quite. The manager was nice, and they have also opened an IT HUB for guests. We also had a bit of a shop on the park they had everything (my better half forgot) even a DVD free rental service which was a nice add on. Had such a good time we are going back for the No.6 Festival in September - Can not wait :)
Devon 02 Jun 2015
Very, very disappointing we pre paid to stay 2 nights @£30 pn = £60 at a 4* site when we arrived we found the "quiet" tourer pitch we were given was in what resembled a back lane this backed up onto the unkempt back gardens of private houses our views were of barbed wire & concrete fencing within minutes of our arrival i asked for a refund so that we may move on and find somewhere more suitable but we were refused a refund beware if you pre-pay you will NOT get your money back, we were forced to stay the first night so you can imagine my horror at finding the ladies facilities had a lack of security there were main locks missing & broken etc the facilities were dated, tatty & not very clean, i refused to undress and use the shower facilities as i didn't feel in a safe enough environment with the lack of a locked, secure door between me and a site full of strangers, also the overnight lighting in the tourer area were also not working so trying to walk our dog in the darkness was a little challenging we were not willing to stay for the second night but again no refund when we returned from our holidays i did contact the customer services of this site and the head office as i was angry at being treated this way it was very clear they were not interested in giving any type of refund and also would not answer my questions regarding the site facilities they really didn't seem to like criticism especially but in my imho the description of the tourer "quiet" part of the site resembling a prison camp is correct as for their video advert advertising great views etc forget it unless you don't mind concrete and barbed wire fencing as your views from a motor home you'd be disappointed, now onto the good part of the site the grass areas were very well kept.