Rhedynog Felen Fawr

Llanwnda, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 5TL

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

The CL is on a peaceful smallholding in a scenic location surrounded by fields, with panoramic views over the distant coastline to Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula. Our grassed site is level, sunny and open, with a western aspect and beautiful sunsets. You are free to select your own pitch, with plenty of space for awnings. 

We’re only 5 miles from Caernarfon Castle, which can be reached via a quiet country lane and off-road cycle way if you don't want to use your car. There are some lovely walks and cycle rides around the site and we are only 1 mile from the National Cycle Route and the Wales Coastal Path.  

We are close to the Welsh Highland Steam Railway through the Snowdonia mountains to Porthmadog harbour. The Blue Flag beach of Dinas Dinlle is about 2 miles away by car and can also be reached on foot across fields and along the coast. The site is also centrally located for the beautiful beaches of the Llyn Peninsula and Anglesey,Snowdon Mountain Railway and the Snowdonia National Park, Portmeirion and many other attractions.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

1.25 acres

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Postcode:
LL54 5TL
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GPS:
Lat 53.092125 / Lon -4.299938
OS field ref:
SH461574
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Caernarfon, Porthmadog
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Holyhead (30 miles)

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Rhedynog Felen Fawr
An immaculately turned out site with five well defined pitches all facing Anglesey with enough room to orientate your unit for your best view. Welcomed on arrival by Esther who gave us all the necessary information regarding fresh water, black waste and recycling but more importantly she provided us with a handy map detailing three walks of varying lengths. We walked in to Caernarfon alongside the railway only to find you had to book to get in the castle (a sign of the times). Our second walk taking in the Air Museum and beach was more successful. We stayed three days and would return.

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Motorhomer

Reviewed on 13/09/2021 18:35

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One of our favourites CLs in Wales

Rhedynog Felen Fawr
If what you are looking for is peace and quiet, wonderful views and sunsets then this is the site for you. We spent a week here without moving our motorhome, relying on our bikes and the excellent public transport to get around. You can cycle in to Caernarfon on the Lon Eifion cycle path or on the nice quiet scenic route around Y Foryd bay which is a nature reserve which is what we did - don't miss beautiful St Baglan's church on the way. It's an easy cycle ride to Glynllifon estate to see the arboretum and enjoy visiting the cafe, and to Dinas Dinlle where there is an Air Museum, Caernarfon airport, beach and a walk to Fort Belan at low tide. The bus stops are at the end of the lane. We caught the bus to Portmeirion and to the Nantlle valley to see the old Dorothea quarries and the beautiful scenery. Pant ddu vineyard has a good cafe/restaurant which made a good stop before catching the bus back. There is plenty of good walking in the area and with a bit of forward planning its possible to get to the Snowdonia national park on the Sherpa bus which leaves from Caernarfon - this site is a good option if you want to avoid the busy sites within the park. We will have to go back to explore the area as there is so much to see and do. A week wasn't long enough . Diolch yn fawr iawn Esther and Emyr

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Reviewed on 10/07/2021 11:18

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Lovely site!

Rhedynog Felen Fawr
We stayed here for 3 nights. We were both hoping to rid ourselves of memories of rainy family holidays in North Wales! We arrived in pouring rain but the next day was bright and clear and yes, we could see the wonderful view over the Menai Strait. We received a very warm welcome from the owner who talked to us about local walks. We decided to do the circular walk past the airport and along the beach which was really lovely and we stopped at the airport cafe for refreshments and watched the planes and helicopters landing and taking off. Sunset over the water beautiful. Lovely area and can highly recommend. Just be aware the lane down to the site is narrow with high hedges on each side so quite tricky, fortunately we didn’t meet anyone coming down! The turn into the site is quite tight but we managed in our 7 m motor home.

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Reviewed on 28/06/2021 18:39

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Fantastic site

Rhedynog Felen Fawr
We absolutely loved this site. Initially we were a little surprised by the narrow access road but soon got used to it and it helped to make it such a peaceful site. Fantastic views & sunsets most nights looking over the Menai Straits towards Anglessey. The owners were very friendly & helpful. Although this site doesn't have electric hook up we managed well for a weeks stay - especially now we have a 12v tv. We will definitely be back to discover more of this area because there is just so much to do that we ran out of time and I found the area more beautiful than Cornwall. So many different & beautiful beaches on the Lyn peninsula.

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Reviewed on 22/09/2019 15:32

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had a truly wonderful two weeks staying at Rhwdynog Felen Farm. Em and Esther made us very welcome. The farm is very central for everything we wanted to do and places to visit. The views across the fields to Menai Straight and Anglesey were beautiful. We will definitely be returning in the future. Thank you both again. With best wishes Kay and Greg Lewis

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Reviewed on 16/09/2019 09:49

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