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Pentre Foelas, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, LL24 0TRView on map
Why stay here ...
- A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at this peaceful CL. The views from the site are stunning. You are well placed for Snowdonia, Betws y Coed and the North Wales beaches.
- Farm walks.
- Self-catering accommodation adjacent.
Electric amperage: 10
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Lane narrow and bumpy but once you get on site the views make up for it. Stunning scenery. Basic site but EHU, water and chemical waste. Owners very helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay here again.
As already stated, the lane off the road is narrow and on an incline (it is also an unmade track) however, it is worth it! The site itself is on a gentle slope and has short grass. We were there after a wet spell in February and it was so well drained the caravan wheels hardly left a mark after 5 days. The views are the best we have had from a site. I'm sure we will be back!
The entrance is directly off the A5 up an incline. Although it is quite narrow it is not a problem if you take it steady. We were unsure if we were on the right field as there were no other outfits and we could see a motorcaravan elsewhere. We got out to explore but it was then clear that we were in the right place. How difficult it is to choose a spot on an empty CL where there are amazing views in all directions! Photographs don't do it justice. We thought we could just park anywhere with access to a mains point but then saw that there were numbered wooden pitch markers. There is plenty of space between pitches to face your outfit in any direction you want. We did not see the owners immediately but this was no surprise as it is also a working farm. As others have said, this is a fairly level site given that it is on a hill and it is very peaceful. The nearest convenience store and hotel/pub/restaurant are at least a couple of miles away but we did not use either. We visited many places during our stay. Mileage may be low but allow longer for journeys along twisting roads. The one Welsh word we came to know was "ARAF" painted on most roads and meaning "slow". One day, we had torrential rain and winds so strong that we had to take out awning down. The owners kindly offered to let us use one of their barns to dry it out so that we didn't have to take a sodden awning home. In summary, this was an ideal CL for our visit to North Wales. The owners are planning to have a chemical disposal point near to the field and a place where they can put tourist information. We would definitely recommend to others
A perfect cl in our view. Panoramic lovely views. Nice & level. Well mown grass, well kept. Owners are lovely people. New born lambs were a bonus. Thank you Dewi & Kim for a most enjoyable stay.
We have just come back from a long weekend at this cl. The site is well signposted off the A5 with excellent instructions in Dewi's email. When you turn off the main road there is an inclined track which leads to the farm house. At first you do wonder if you are in the right place but it is well sign posted. I'm glad that a previous review about the approach didn't put us off because we would have missed out on a wonderful place. The road is not a problem at all if approached slowly! The field itself is large with plenty of room to pitch . There is electric hook-up, the usual recycling, toilet waste is at the side of the owner's house but not a problem. The views are amazing. The peace and tranquility is awesome especially if you happen to be the only ones there like us. We got a very warm welcome and a chat when paying and a farewell too. The best bit though was visiting the newborn lambs. The site is well placed for snowdonia, Betws y coed and the north Wales beaches. This is one of those sites that you want to review but also want to keep a secret to enjoy yourself! We will return soon.