The Meadows

Awel Y Ddol, Bryncrug, Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9PR

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  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Dogs

Why stay here ...

The Meadows Bryncrug is set within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park amidst mountains, streams and waterfalls, with some lovely walks and cycle rides.

Within 400 yards is the Peniarth good food pub, and many other good choices in the local area, Tywyn, Aberdovey and Taly-Llyn-Lake to name but a few. The coastal town of Tywyn is just 2.3 miles away with its shops, the Magic Lantern 3D cinema, numerous eateries and wonderful sandy beaches where dolphins are frequently seen close to the shore. Dog friendly to most parts. Try not to miss some of the spectacular sunsets from the beach.

Rhyd-yr-onnen single gauge railway request stop is a 3/4 mile walk from the Meadows, this can take you either to Tywyn or inland to the Dolgoch Falls and Abergynolwyn.

We are also on the bus route to Tywyn, Machynlleth and Dolgellau etc.

Barmouth's single track wooden railway, crossing the River Mawddach estuary is a favourite for walkers, cyclists or just taking the journey on the train up to Pwllheli, further up in the North of Wales.

Local dog walks. 1 mile around Bryncrug village is known locally as the globe. Or 1/2 mile through the field. Further afield following the river from the Meadows down to the estuary past broadwater and on to Bailey Bridge.

A haven for bird watches, buzzards, kites and smaller wildlife.

Well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome.

We have satellite TV and Wi-Fi.

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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GPS:
Lat 52.609478 / Lon -4.050654
OS field ref:
SH614033
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Tywyn

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What a lovely site

Arrived in the sunshine after a rainy 4 hour drive. Instructions received prior arrival from Gail spot on. Pick up tv receiver from hut this was straight forward to set up with easy to follow instructions. The site is lovely and clean With lots of grass which was cut short with clippings removed always a bonus. Pitch with lovely view sound of stream running, the site looks especially pretty on an evening with well placed solar lights. David came to make sure we were setting up ok which was a nice touch plenty of sanitisers around with Gail sanitising water points and waste points on a regular basis. Short drive to the coast alas did not see a sunset because of the cloud but I have been told these are spectacular. Lots of walks and bike rides from the site. Site is perfectly placed for touring this part of Wales. Thanks Gail and David for a lovely chilled out break.
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Great little site !

We’ve just come back from a 3-night stay at this site with our friends who were on the next door pitch to us (we’d requested this arrangement, so big thanks to Gail for accommodating our request. Ok, the entrance could be perceived as a tiny bit tight, but we only have a small outfit so no problem for us, (and bigger outfits should just take their time rather than moan about it in their reviews of the site ) Spotlessly clean and tidy with immaculate lawns and facility area. The shower and toilet were closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, but we were made well aware of this before our visit and we were completely happy to use out own. Lovely view from the site and a handy dog walk round the perimeter of the field, bordered by a stream along one edge. Didn’t really get to meet the site owners apart from when we were just about to leave, but Gail had been very helpful when we made the booking and during subsequent emails. Would we recommend or return ? For sure !!
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Site does not match description or pictures

Access to the site (and exit at end of stay) is very tight for a large outfit (twin axle) with a zigzag route through a fairly narrow entrance, around the house and through a gate. There is a hard core / gravel track with 4 pitch on one side and the longest pitch on the other. Unfortunately this is at the far end of the track and allows hardly any space for manoeuvring due to the restrictions detailed below. The 1 acre size description is more like 1/3 of an acre due to restrictions caused by hedges and signs everywhere telling you not to park or drive on grass. It made getting onto our pitch extremely difficult. We were also asked to keep our awning off the grass even though everybody else had theirs on the grass. Shower and toilet excellent but toilet emptying facility was just a hole and not very easy to use. This was also the grey waste emptying site where it was extremely difficult to get a waste container up to the emptying point. TV reception is nonexistent but a handy cable and box gives lImited access to satellite channels. Wifi is available but you are asked to limit access to emails, weather etc. Mobile signal (EE) also very limited. Would we recommend? Yes but only if you have a small outfit! Would we return? No! Value for money? At £20 a night (and £23 for the bank holiday weekend?) it is a lot of money for a very average site.
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Immaculate CL

We have just spent 6 nights at this fantastic CL. Gail and David are so friendly and helpful, nothing is too much trouble. We were greeted on arrival, and David provided us with a TV and satellite cable, and a very good information folder for the local area. The toilets and shower room are kept immaculately clean by Gail, and the well mown grounds have attractive flowers, in fact David was mowing this beautiful CL when we arrived. We will definitely be voting them as CL of the Year! Thank you David and Gail for all your hard work, very much appreciated. Roger and Barbara Davies.
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Loved this site!

What a fantastic CL! Immaculate in every way and the Sat TV link is a real bonus. We stayed here for a week in mid July and loved the site and surrounding area so much that we’ve already booked for next year. Huge thanks to Gail & Dave for all their hard work.
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