Garreg Lwyd Farm

Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8UR

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

A peaceful, rural location with outstanding country views and stunning sunsets.

Superbly located for exploring the Lleyn Peninsula and its coastal walks and numerous sandy beaches.

Featured in the Club Magazine - On Location: "An excellent, peaceful and scenic site with an 'away from it all' charm… this one has top-drawer facilities. Electric hook-ups and a splendid modern shower and toilet block combine with a maintenance programme that makes for first-class caravanning standards."

Laundry facilities available. Self-catering adjacent.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Laundry facilities
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (shared use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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0.75 acres

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
LL53 8UR
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GPS:
Lat 52.917119 / Lon -4.528128
OS field ref:
SH295387
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Pwllheli
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Great site

We have stayed on this site before and will go back again. It is a great spot from which to explore the Llyn Peninsula and close to Morfa Nefyn. We find it a relaxing place and there are lovely views from the site. The site is well set up, facilities including a small toilet/shower block are good. The grass is nicely cut and it feels well looked after. The owners are friendly, welcoming and on hand if needed.

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Really lovely site

We had a fabulous stay at this peaceful farm site with lovely owners and simple but neat facilities. As Motorhomers and walkers this site suited us really well. It is a GOOD walk to Morfa Nefin and then along the beach to the Ty Coch in on the beach and back, but it is mainly along quaint single track roads and small walkways - once you have got down to the pub on the roundabout which is ok too. If you are in a caravan then car access to lots of Stunning places along the Llyn peninsula is easy and short drives, from pretty beaches to the north or seaside towns to the south. Lots to see. The site itself has space and tranquility- highly recommended

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Excellent site

Lovely welcome from the owners & nothing too much trouble for them, the site is great, clean, tidy & well maintained. Beach & shops not far away & a pub within walking distance. We will definitely be returning, could not fault anything.
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Not having visited Nefyn area before and having a friend nearby we booked a week at this site. Met Ann on arrival and directed to site which is about half a mile away from the farm. The CL field is at the bottom of a long paved private lane on the right. The one on the left is forseasonal pitches. Two other vans when we arrived so legs down and admired the view out to the coast. Beautiful. Morfa Nefyn is about two miles away and has a shop that sells Coop products a garage with cheaper fuel that Nefyn and a chippy. A bit further on is The Cliffs, a large pub that overlooks the bay. Great food. If you go onto the beach down the steps and go left you can walk about half a mile or so to Ty Coch, another pub with award winning food. To be honest we went on a crowded day and they were struggling to cope. Stunning position. having booked a week we were able to travel to all the local seaside towns. Abersoch was our favourite with the Butlins town being very down at heel. Cant spell Pwllheli. Aberdaron is a pretty little place with a nice tea shop doing fresh crab sandwiches. Gwyn the other half of Ann was about everyday tending the sheep. Wonderful warm chap with a wealth of local knowledge. Shame he missed the sheep that got its head stuck in a bucket. A great CL, spotless in every respect. I have no idea what one of the reviewers on here is moaning about. All we can say his loss is a gain for the rest of us.

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What an amazing site

Easy access to the farm but as advised by Mr Davies to let him know when your ETA is. My mothership is 5 tones and 9 metres so very grateful when Mrs Davies escorted me to the site. Mrs Davies gave us the choice of pitches, so lovely, allowed us to settle in before returning to ask if everything was OK. At once it was apparent of the breath taking surroundings. As motorhomers we either walk, catch a bus or bike, last resort taxi. The later was not used. The female toilet and shower were spotless and as reported by husband same as for the males. My only suggestion would be its needs two loos and not one. As the pitch was fully serviced we used our own shower. The price of the pitch was spot on and would recommend it to my fellow caravan and motorhomers. The beach was about 2 miles away, since we are never in rush the walk was perfect for us and our two puppies. The local pub serves great grub and dog friendly as is the amazing pub on the beach, beach also dog friendly. Would I return, you bet I would, but don't tell to many people otherwise when I book it gona be full.

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