Mynydd Mwyn Mawr

Llannerch-y-medd, Anglesey, LL71 7AG

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Spectacular panaramic
  • Games room
  • Storage & commercial site adjacent

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Gas
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

Commercial site adjacent

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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LL71 7AG
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Lat 53.321616 / Lon -4.386173
OS field ref:
SH409823
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  • Nearest port: Holyhead (10 miles)

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Friendly welcome

Mynydd Mwyn Mawr
Arrived at the site to a friendly welcome, given a choice of pitches. The pitch we were on had electric, water and a waste water point so like a fully serviced pitch. The view from the site is stunning. The facilities on site are rather dated, there are 2 showers with toilets and 1 other toilet, there was a queue for both the toilet and the showers on the last day we were there. There is also a kitchen with large sink, fridge freezer and washing machine. On the down side the dogs from the farm were allowed to roam freely on the site, they sometimes left evidence of this either by stealing anything left out or leaving small “deposits”. The small deposits were cleaned away, I’m assuming by John.

TimEE

Reviewed on 08/08/2022 17:25

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Very windy

Mynydd Mwyn Mawr
Stayed at this site in June 2022 as it was on top of a hill it was very windy. The site is well kept and has the necessary facilities however I have realised when it states in the site directory shared toilet and shower it probably means another caravan site separated by a hedge has the use of all the amenities. This is the case in this instance my wife tried to use the washing machine but gave it up in the end. however as said before the site is very well kept and the owner was always available to help. But beware it you are expecting CL with 5 pitches this not the case.

sidneyj

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Reviewed on 24/06/2022 18:50

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Beautiful views, excellent facilities and great wifi!

Mynydd Mwyn Mawr
The views from the CL site are amazing - 360 degrees with views of Snowdon. Our advice would be to listen to John's advice about where to pitch, as he knows the winds and sun direction - I think we were all amazed that our air awning survived the battering, as when it blows, boy does it blow! We recommend storm straps on each corner when it's windy to stop the rocking. The showers and loos were very clean, although we mainly use our own, and there was also a wash-up sink, freezer and fridge, washing machine (20 min wash for £1 was excellent). There was a games room, ideal for youngsters, with a few books and magazines and a TV. I work from home in the van, so this was my husbands bolt hole, watching TV whilst the washing washed! If you also work when travelling, the free wifi was excellent with only a couple of times when I had to tether to my phone. There is another field behind the CL site but it was never full whilst we were there and there were, but if full it could detract from the peace of the CL site. We managed to see and hear Tawny and Little Owls (on the end of the barn roof at night) There is a lovely walk around the nearby reservoir in Cefni forest down the road, Beaumaris Gaol and Courthouse are excellent, and the Anglesey Motor Museum is great for a rainy day. Go to Port Eilian lighthouse to see the porpoises, seals at South Stack (puffins in the summer) and beautiful Bangor Pier. We had several trips on the Welsh Highland Railway, which was excellent, and went halfway on the Snowdon Mountain Railway, but I'd leave that one until it goes to the top once again and avoid school holidays! If you like churches, St Cwyfans and Tal-y-Lyn are small but so beautiful. We don't eat out much, but the Kinmel Arms was great on both occasions and has good disabled access if needed. A lovely 3 weeks on a lovely site with panoramic views!

SussexStorm

Caravanner from East Sussex

Reviewed on 12/11/2021 08:04

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Top of the world

Mynydd Mwyn Mawr
Returning for our second visit and you never get bored of the stunning scenery and peaceful surroundings. Easy to find along a typically narrow Anglesey road with easy access onto the field, there are two fields here, one exclusively for us CMC members, each well maintained grass pitch benefits from EHU your own personal fresh water tap and grey waste drainage, basically a super pitch, then the adjoining field which can accommodate up to 10 units for none club members or overflow separated by a 4ft high wire fence in an L shape affair, the field has a slight slope but John is always on hand on arrival to help you pitch up with blocks provided, John and his wife work hard to ensure your welcome and stay is bob on. Toilet and shower facilities & a fully equipped games room in an old barn are available to guests however we use our own caravan facilities but John ensures they are kept clean daily. There’s a large adjacent field to exercise the pooch on & a paddock with horses so bring a carrot or two. This site is exposed to the elements so if your bringing the awning bring your storm ties but the pay off is the most incredible feeling of being on top of the world, 360o views from Snowdonia to the Irish Sea with the incredible breathtaking Anglesey countryside in between, at one point I could hear nothing but the wind in my ears and the sound of nature. Fully recommend this dog friendly site to families or couples, johns dog Jess often roams about the vans, slightly deaf and blind but simply too cute not to give a good hug & a doggy great to. If you have never been to Anglesey, come, it’s simply stunning with its own micro climate, incredible beaches and unspoilt coves, great dining experiences and pubs, Beaumaris and Red Wharf Bay is not too far and a great day out. Whether your into chilling with a good book and a bottle of something naughty or an active holiday with water sports galore, Anglesey has something for everyone. Enjoy!

towic

Caravanner from West Yorkshire

Reviewed on 05/05/2019 18:21

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Very friensly Site, beautiful surroundings.

Mynydd Mwyn Mawr
Firstly, can I begin by saying when we arrived the weather was awful, and the site was waiting for the arrival of Tropical storm Ernesto, on our arrival we were met by John, what a lovely fella, duly showed us to our pitch and showed us were the facilities were.although it was blowing a gale with horizontal rain. it was windy during the two nights stay mainly due to the storm but we did have a few dry spells to appreciate the views and the site. very nice showers and toilets. the site is made up of a cl with a small stand alone campsite which having spoke to other vanners here, they were regular visitors and I cant fault them I would too if we didn't live 4 hrs away. they are dog friendly and fairly relaxed about dogs, and they had a lovely dog jess who is almost blind and roams the site making friends with everyone. although please exercise some common sense. horses in the paddock to one side and cows in the field on the other. next visit to Angelsey this is a definite revisit. and hopefully find some better weather next time.

kwieca

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Reviewed on 09/09/2018 20:26

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