Garreg Lwyd Farm

Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8UR

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • 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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No negatives, and great for walking the Lleyn in Winter.

Alike the other reviewer here, I visited in January and took advantage of the tarmaccadamed area by the toilets. This put me a few steps away from the excellent shower and toilet facilities, whilst saving on the usual mud wallowing typical of a UK Winter. There is only room for one caravan here, but go low season and there is a reasonable chance of it being free. There are other pitches available on grass in the adjoining field, although no further hard standings. My aerial had packed in, and so the owner kindly let me borrow one he had conveniently stashed in the adjoining barn. The site is quiet, although the main Nefyn road is in sight and can be heard. There is a pub visible from the site about 3/4 mile walk away (safe walking too, I should guess.. although I never tested this). The coast walking locally is sublime, and indeed the entire Lleyn is accessible from this site (very little of it unattractive). A great central location for the entire peninsula.
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so relaxed after our visit.

had a warm welcome on arrival, beautifully kept, lovely views, clean amenities. dogs welcome with due consideration to the livestock in the surrounding fields. only intended to stay two nights but we liked the tranquil surroundings and decided to stay another night. would definitely return, Nefin and Morfa Nefin are a short distance away and within walking distance for the hardy, but easily assessible by car. great base to explore the lleyn peninsula.
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Wonderful site

One of the best CLs we have been to with a lovely welcome, great facilities and excellent countryside views. Set back a few miles inland it is a quiet and tranquil site - it is just what CLs were invented for!

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Lovely even on a cold, rainy weekend!

We stayed on this CL during a wet and wintry weekend. Contact with the owner was very easy and she was welcoming on arrival at her farm. The CL is a short way further up the hill and down into a sloping field. However, due to the inclement weather, she recommended we park on the hardstanding next to the toilet and shower block (not as bad as it sounds!), which had electric hook up. We didn't use the toilets and showers but they were immaculately clean - 20p for 3 minutes for the shower. We were the only unit on site. It was a lovely spot, with a view over the Pen Llyn mountains, fields and the sea in the distance. The newly born lambs just across the road were a pleasure to watch as they gambolled around and we enjoyed a lovely (although wet) walk down some of the country lanes from the CL. There's a pub about half a mile away (we could see it from the pitch) and the sea at Porthdinnlaen is only a few minutes drive away - including the famous Ty Coch Inn, voted the third best beach bar in the world! It was very quiet and dark at night, we watched the starlings come in to roost at dusk and listened to owls and sheep. I would imagine it's a great star viewing spot, with little artificial light. This is a great CL for exploring Pen Llyn and we would certainly return.

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Excellent break

We spent a very pleasant 7 nights on this CL. The location is just right for exploring the Peninsula, Mr & Mrs Davies were very welcoming and even the weather was good. Out of season it was not too busy but I would think in the season it will be popular - there is a seasonal site below the toilet block. The facilities were very clean and the shower great - 20p for 3 minutes (we used 40p in fairness). Even the sheep were quiet so recommend this as a peaceful retreat.
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