Ty Cerrig

Rhydymain, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 2BB

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Myfanwy Evans gives you a warm invitation to spend a peaceful holiday alongside Afon Ty Cerrig at Ty Cerrig. The CL is ideal for visits to Bala and Dolgellau and provides opportunities to do some birdwatching or fishing. Ty Cerrig is the home of Cookaway Cottage where children and adults can enjoy a unique fun and foodie experience with Myfanwy in the purpose built kitchen.

The site possesses electric hook ups with taps on each pitch. There is a small picnic area with tables as well as a washing machine and clothes line. The CL also has toilet and shower facilities.

There are three holiday cottages on site which are ideal for other non caravanning family members

Satellite dish with F (screw thread) connections to each EHU set up for SKY and Freesat

Three holiday cottages available for non-caravanning friends/family members

Bread, cakes, pastries, jams and meals made to order

Facilities on site ...

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

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0.75 acres

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Postcode:
LL40 2BB
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GPS:
Lat 52.798659 / Lon -3.73913
OS field ref:
SH829238
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Still a favourite!

See my review from 2016 for a full description of this site, but I have to say I keep coming back here as it is perfect for exploring this part of Snowdonia and is an excellent CL. Mfanwy always responds quickly to availability enquiry emails and the welcome is always warm. The pitches and facilities remain very good and there are loads of walks direct from the site and nearby available and the scenery in the area is stunning. The RAF/USAF still treat visitors to the odd impromptu 'airshow' during the day, too which is an added bonus!
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Beautiful CL in Snowdonia

We've recently returned from a week at Ty Cerrig. It's a beautiful CL in a typical Snowdonian valley, with great views of the surrounding hills. Myfanwy was very hospitable and welcoming, and always ready for a chat. The pitches were first class - we particularly love having a fully serviced pitch - there's one tap shared between two pitches. We chose a grass pitch and needed leveling blocks (not a problem); the hard-standing pitches are more level, but we preferred the privacy of the end grass pitch. The stream running along the site is lovely, with the water level varying during the week, dependent on precipitation! There is plenty to do in the area - we swam in the sea at Barmouth, walked in Coed y Brenin Forest Park and visited the UK's highest waterfall. We also had a lovely walk directly from the site on a day when we didn't want to drive anywhere. We will definitely return to this lovely CL.
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Perfect Pitching

Our second visit to this lovely peaceful site and we were not disappointed as the warmth of our welcome from Mrs. Evans and her family was really appreciated. The facilities were excellent with a spotless shower and toilet, electrical and water hookup and hard standing,with large rubber mats. We would recommend this excellent C.L.
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Tranquility, Peaceful and Scenic Camp Site

We have a lovely three nights stay with this family friendly camp site. Greeting by all the family members drove past us and make us so welcome. Myfanwy baked gorgeous cake and scones. There are many beautiful pictures of the camp site I have taken but unable to share here. I particular love the little waterfall of stream along the camp site, not forgetting waking up with the mountain view !
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So peaceful - a lovely place for our holiday

We've just come back from a lovely peaceful 9 days at Ty Cerrig. Myfanwy came to greet us on arrival, which was very nice. Hook up, water and TV are all close to the van. The freesat box was an unexpected addition to the holiday. There are 3 hard standing pitches and we were lucky that we were on one. It rained. As it does in Wales. The grassy areas became quite boggy but they'll survive. The lovely babbling brook became a raging torrent but it was still a calming sound. We found plenty to do in the area. Did a couple of the little steam train trips but there are plenty more in the area. Lots of walking. Bala and Dolgellau are both pleasant local towns. The coast at Barmouth is about 1\2 hour away. We also did one of Myfanwy's cooking mornings. We went back to the van with bread rolls, Bara Brith, Welsh cakes and scones. We'd use the site again. It's a very peaceful place to relax and get away from normal life. The views are pretty good too.
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