Ty Ni

Trofarth, Abergele, Conwy, LL22 8BE

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

We are a quiet site set in pretty countryside that accepts children aged 14 and over. A pub and restaurant are located just an 8 minute walk away. A number of fantastic attractions are available nearby including the north Wales coast (10 minute drive), Betws-y-Coed village, Snowdonia and other stunning mountain walks, Llandudno for shopping and the great Orme tramway and Conway and its magnificent castle.

Children accepted from the age of 14 years old upwards.

There is an award winning pub just around the corner.

Close to Colwyn Bay.

Ideal for Llanrwst for walking and Snowdonia.

Working farm so there is always something to watch.

Dog walks nearby, good area for walking, golf within 5 miles.

Shale road to site.

Golf nearby.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Laundry facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

1 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
LL22 8BE
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Lat 53.224737 / Lon -3.731433
OS field ref:
SH843711
OS map ref:
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Last minute, post lockdown. 3 nights away.

Ty Ni
The first weekend away in Wales since we were locked down on 20th December. I was expecting some sites not to open when able to, on 27th March but thought I would ring and ask anyway. Spoke to Carolyn who wasn't really sure about opening but decided there and then on the phone to allow us to go! The site was well laid out, slightly sloping field but all hardstanding pitches were level. In fact it was the first time we had our van level, with no messing around (since getting the new van last July). We didn't see the owners on arrival so we just chose a pitch and set up. After we settled in, we popped down to the farm house to announce our arrival. The weather was horrendous! Obviously that wasn't anybody's fault. We didn't sleep properly for the first 2 nights. Gale force winds which were apparently the worst they'd had there for a long time and absolutely hammering down with rain on the first night. The 3rd night was great when the wind finally dropped. We slept really well and the day we were leaving was the hottest March day since 1966! As said in other reviews, Carolyn was great, very friendly and welcoming, brought us fresh eggs on the second morning which were delicious, and even offered us to stay an extra night to make up for the atrocious weather. Unfortunately we had to go back to work the next day so had to leave. If I had to find anything negative, it was a little on the expensive side at £19 a night.

pinkfluffybus

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Reviewed on 30/03/2021 22:12

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Great spot

Ty Ni
Have spent 5 nights at this great site, lovely views and walking from site , very nice welcome from Carolyn, nice to have showers on site which were very clean, would recommend a visit to anyone as good value for money

Andy Meade

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Reviewed on 03/09/2019 19:15

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Little Gem

Ty Ni
Our first visit to this lovely little site, Carolyn was very welcoming, it was like meeting an old friend and she gave us plenty of advice for places to visit. All hard standing pitches, drinking water close by, the toilets and showers very clean plenty of hot water, there is also a washing machine available for use as well. There is also a small selection of books and DVD's available. Our TV signal was hit and miss as we don't have an adjustable aerial, but we always had a few channels. The views from the site are excellent, lots to see and do within a short drive, we look forward to returning in the future, had a great stay thanks Ruth & Graham and Digger the dog

Sam265

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Reviewed on 06/07/2019 20:21

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Second visit this summer

Ty Ni

Just back from second visit this year, wonderful. Carolyn and Dil made us so welcome it felt like visiting family. Can't wait for next time. Visited Surf Snowdonia, a real eye opener, fabulous in a beautiful setting. Also Trefiw Woolen Mill, really interesting, came away with a bag full of goodies.  So much to see and do in the local area. Lovely stay, thank you.

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Reviewed on 13/08/2018 21:41

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Fantastic CL

Ty Ni
What a lovely CL! Booking was quick and easy and a warm welcome awaited us on arrival. The site is a working farm, but is set up at the top end of field so is very peaceful. The whole site and steading was very tidy. There are two showers in both the ladies and the gents and ample toilets all of which were spotless. One or two of the reviews mention that they are quite far away from the site - they are at the steading as you come in and it takes less than a minute to walk down to them so really not an issue. There is also a small laundry room next to the gents which we didn't need to use but is unusual to find on a CL! The pitches are all hardstanding and nicely spaced out so everyone can enjoy the view. As a few of the reviews have mentioned, the site is high up so is obviously more exposed than the lower coastal areas around but the cooler breeze suited us just fine! The site itself is sloping but the pitches seemed to all be pretty level. Our Sat Nav took us right to the site itself but make sure to follow the directions provided in the book when towing as some of the quicker routes are fairly steep and narrow - fine for cars though and we were surprised just how quickly we could get to all the nearby places! Lots to do locally - all the seaside towns to explore as well as a few national trust places - Bodnant Garden is well worth a visit and there is a farm shop close by it that was excellent. Snowdonia is close by and the drive through to Llanberis was brilliant! We've already recommended this site to others and will hopefully be back ourselves the next time we are in Wales

duncansona80

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Reviewed on 13/08/2018 12:41

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