Solfach

Pwllheli, Aberdaron, Gwynedd, LL53 8DA

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  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 4:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

1 acres

Sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

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Lat 52.7902 / Lon -4.73705
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A perfect haven!

Solfach
Fantastic find. Flat well mown field with mowings removed. Good views. Excellent shower. Excellent CDP. Walks from site. What more could one want. I hope to get back. Well done Michael!

MkNx

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Reviewed on 11/06/2022 18:46

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A hidden gem

Solfach
What a great find at the end of the Llyn peninsular A large well cut field with plentiful EHU so you can choose where you park up. A single toilet and great shower are clean and a welcome break from the one in the motorhome... The scenery is stunning and the coastal path is a short walk from the site. Choughs were controlling the rocky cliffs when we were there which was an awesome sight. Lovely walks in both directions provided different views round every promontory. Electric bikes helped us explore and the 30 minute ride along quiet lanes to Whistling Sands was worth it. The sheltered sandy cove was idyllic and housed a cafe with great breakfast. Aberdarron however offered pubs, ice cream and lots of cakes! Michael was a pleasure to talk to, accommodating and genuine. His communication to ensure our safe arrival was helpful and reassuring as you feel as though you are driving in to the middle of nowhere! We didn't get round to doing it but you can catch a boat to take you over to Bardsey island.....a definite for next time.

Alltgoy

Reviewed on 21/05/2022 18:30

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Great site for scenery, walks and peace !

Solfach
Stayed here for 4 nights in our motorhome, this is a perfect site if you want peace and quiet, it's situated at the very end of the Llyn Peninsula (lanes get gradually tighter the closer you get) and only about 200 yards from the coastal path which is accessible from across one of Solfach Farm's upper fields. The coastal scenery is absolutely stunning around here. The site is gently sloping grass, we used the hardstanding at the top but a glamping pod will be located here eventually, and single toilet and shower cubicles if you don't have your own, each pitch has a double EHU so you can decide which side you want to go, there is plenty of space on this field ! Michael, the owner, is very helpful and is keen to make sure everyone is happy. This is an active farm so lots of sheep and cattle around and the site is being screened by new shrubbery too. Aberdaron is a 5 min drive, or 2 mile walk along the lanes or coastal path, couple of pubs, great chippy, great bakery and a Spar shop. The main car park is National Trust so free to members. We will definitely be coming back here as soon as we can, a perfect location for a peaceful stay.

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Reviewed on 31/08/2021 17:40

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