Tyn Coed

Abersoch Road, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 7UD

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Ideal for ...

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

Why stay here ...

Michael and Carol welcome you to Tyn Coed on the Lyln Penninsula. The CL has electric and water on each pitch as well as a toilet and shower block. The site is walking distance to the Warren Beach, an ideal sandy beach for the children to play and to enjoy the Welsh sunshine. Close by is the small town of Abersoch where the family can enjoy a meal or even walk along the coastal path around the Penninsula.

Members are required to pre-book before arriving and to notify Carol and Michael of their time of arrival. Once a deposit has been paid a code number for the gate will be issued.

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Facilities on site ...

  • Shower (shared use)
  • WC (non-exclusive use)

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1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Commercial site adjacent

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Postcode:
LL53 7UD
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GPS:
Lat 52.844528 / Lon -4.499231
OS field ref:
SH317303
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Fabulous!

Tyn Coed
Our second holiday at Tyn Coed & we enjoyed it even more than last year. The site is so peaceful with lovely views over the bay & islands. The beach is a short walk & there are lovely walks on the footpaths behind the site. Jennifer always has a warm welcome & is helpful & knowledgeable. Can't wait to return next year

wjw60

Reviewed on 29/09/2021 11:22

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great site little gem beautiful views across Abersoch bay

Tyn Coed
stayed for a week at the start of September had lovely weather very lucky, the entrance needs careful management but we did it with a twin axle van and a hilux pick-up and when in the views are breathtaking allocated a pitch piped water lots of space between neighbours, nicely kept shower and toilet, fresh eggs for sale, few mins to Abersoch town but lots of other places to visit also we will be back again soon loved it

debbieanddavid

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Reviewed on 13/09/2021 15:23

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Great Site - with Helpful Friendly Owner/Manager - Perfect location for Sightseeing in the Area

Tyn Coed
Just returned from a 5 night stay. The site is ideally placed for site-seeing on the Lyn Peninsula. There is a beach is within walking distance and Abersoch is a few minutes down the road. Jen the site manager/owner is really helpful and friendly. The site is level and has great views out to sea. Another reviewer mentioned the tight access entrance to the site and yes, it is difficult if you have a medium to large caravan or motorhome and is definitely a 'two person job'. Our van is 2.4 mtrs wide and 5.8mtrs long. The entrance is narrow with stone walls at either side and in the lane opposite making it difficult to manoeuvre and turn into the site at the same time. Getting out is much easier as you are able to exit from the field at a shallower angle. However, this wouldn't stop us returning. There is a clean, well kept toilet and shower block if you need it. EHU and piped water to each pitch is a bonus - and makes for a more relaxing stay for whoever is usually charged with refilling the aquaroll!!

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Part of our north Wales tour. Arriving from the North you have a sharp turn into the access road, then bear left after a couple of hundred yards. The site is almost level and spacious. Excellent facilities, although one of the toilets is rather snug. Free range eggs on site. Great welcome and local info from Jennifer. There is a sea view and some good walks from the site with great views. Cross the main road and go through the nearby holiday village for access to the beach. Here you can walk all the way into Abersoch (there are buses too). Abersoch is a small coastal town with a few shops and a number of eateries. Unfortunately, (due to Covid), many were shut because of staffing issues. Buses also go to Pwllhel, which is worth a visit. If you visit Abersoch in your motorhome, be warned that one of the car parks has a day rate for motorhomes of a whopping £25!

admiral halsey

Reviewed on 30/08/2021 14:54

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A lovely site

Tyn Coed
We’ve just spent 3 nights at this lovely site. It was very easy to find and Jenn made us very welcome. The site is very clean, tidy and quiet and has beautiful views. It’s only a short walk to the beach and from there you can walk along the sand to Abersoch where there are restaurants and local shops. In the other direction I’d recommend the cliff top walk to Llanbedrog. There’s a good bit of climbing involved but the views are stunning and there’s a lovely beach side cafe when you get there.

frenchwrights

Reviewed on 26/06/2021 16:53

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