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Arriving at the CL you just need to follow the directions in the CC book or print out the web page for the site (which I did). There is a 1:7 hill to navigate… which will not be an issue to someone with a well matched vehicle to caravan set up or a “looked after” serviced motorhome. I arrived in a motorhome which has its own usage issues as fellow MH owners will understand! The final approach to the site is down a narrow lane/private road with a few bumps in it but it’s well worth visiting this site, my MH is about 7m long and 2.24m wide and we didn’t have any issues getting there and setting up camp. The site is uneven in places but the pitches are about level so there is no problem setting up your caravan or motorhome. Water is by the main gate as are the waste bins the toilet emptying point is just through a gate to the next field as no one wants to be sited next to one to those do they! The site has very good views over Rhos on Sea and the surrounding area including the sea. Cowlyn bay is about 1¼ miles away down the 1:7 hill so unless you’re a strong cyclist you need a car, or move your Motor Home each time you wish to go off site, we took the cycles on the MH cycle rack just in case but didn’t use them due to the hills. There are plenty of places to get provisions and to stock up plus the normal Take Away places towns have. The brewers Fayre has two local places a short drive away with buffet food options etc. The site is quiet and can be a little windy do to its location on the side of the hill so Fiamma Awnings will have to be well secured and you will naturally have to keep an eye on them, standard caravan awning should be OK. The question every caravan/motorhome user should ask is will they go back to the site they have been to and are reviewing… the answer is an outstanding YES for me at this site. I have been caravanning for nearly 35 years and I am now a motor home user and we have stayed at hundreds of sites, and some I wouldn’t return to or recommend.