Explore the workshops at your own pace to see how for generations, Inigo Jones has transformed slate into both essential...View and Book
Aberdaron, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8BTView on map
Why stay here ...
Please Note: This site is temporarily will not be taking bookings for April.
- Serviced pitches.
- Walking nearby - 300m from the North Wales coastal path.
- Good area for walking.
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
Log in to write a review
Had a very pleasant stay here in August . Nice level hardstanding pitches with own water and waste overlooking farmland. Site has 2 toilets and a shower. Short walk to coast path and nice walk up to adjacent mountain/ hill with panoramic views of peninsula and about 30 min walk to Aberdarren. Very friendly owner. Will definitely return again
Fabulous fully serviced pitches on this quiet site. Lovely warm welcome from the owners who are happy to help. Great coastal walks. Fantastic blueberry scones at Whistling Sands Cafe and superb meal at the hotel in Aberdaron overlooking beach. Important to follow directions in book than follow Satnav. Thank you for a lovely stay.
We stayed here for 4 nights in August. The site is well laid out with level, serviced, hard standing pitches which are generously spaced out with immaculate grass between. The owner is very friendly and welcoming and was very helpful when our water pump broke, lending us an alternative until we got into pwllheli to get a new one. There is another larger, completely separate site adjacent, which meant the CL was a bit noisier than we are used to. Our children loved the beaches in the area and walking on the coastal path which is on the doorstep.
We were here the second weekend that Wales opened up to tourists. Not that many people around. Very well set up site with immaculate lawns. Pitches are all serviced, fresh water, electricity and grey water waste. However, best thing about the site, for us, was that it is practically on the Lynn Coastal Path. the 146km footpath that goes from Caernarfon to Porthmadog (and back). We walked 11km of it! On Friday evening we did from the site to Whistling Sands (if you slide your feet through the sand it really does make a whistling noise), 10km there and back; and on Saturday to the end of the peninsula (great views of Bardsey Island), 12km there and back.
Friendly welcome to well laid out site with fully serviced hard-standing pitches. Grass immaculate around site. Relatively sheltered for a coastal site with views towards Aberdaron and Myndd Anelog. Good location for walking with easy access from site to coastal path. Coastal bus request stop a short walk along the road. Facilities clean but not used. Peaceful site when we visited but there is a neighbouring camp site, although again this seemed quiet.