Hafodty Farm

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What a hidden gem

After negotiating some tight bends and steep hill, we came across Hafodty Farm, even in these difficult times we had a warm welcome from Mrs Davis who told us the best place to get level. With stunning views over the Little Orme and out to sea with Anglesey in the distance. This is a great base to explore the area. We shall return

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Peaceful spot with beautiful views

This is worth the climb up the steep hill and the narrow lane to access the site. There are stunning views of Little Orme and across to Anglesey. It's a five minute walk to an official viewpoint, where the views are even better. There is plenty of space on the grass, and it's not hard to find a level spot. The only drawback is that the chemical toilet emptying point is in the middle of a field, so you have to carry your cassette through long grass to get there. Llandudno is different from most seaside towns, laid out by one landowner in the nineteenth century, and there are plenty of other places to visit.

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Views, Views and Sunsets

Outstanding views of the glittering sea and dramatic landscape from both the campsite and from a viewpoint called 'The View' which is just a short walk away and had been recommended by Sam and Glen who were staying on the site. My daughter had a lovely time chatting with them. After we had set up and made tea we settled down to watch the beautiful sunset that evening and each evening after. There's plenty of things in the area to do we visited Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhos-on-Sea (twice, we returned a second time to go crabbing). We were so blessed with the warm weather we even went swimming in the sea in Kimnel Bay. We also had a trip to the Welsh Mountain Zoo which is absolutely fantastic and worth a visit we finished off with an afternoon at the Circus which was in town during our visit located by the Leisùre Centre in Eirias Park. A lovely staycation!

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Can’t think of a better way to spend a birthday weekend..

The experience and views match the reviews for this site. Another gem of a site and even better having the site to ourselves. The views overlooking Colwyn Bay, Rhos-on-Sea, Little Orme and Big Orme were perfect and the weather was so kind. Access was fine... one hairy moment with a local driving up the country lane a little too quickly. It’s a lovely area with large houses in the vicinity and the noises from monkeys at the nearby zoo was surreaL. We’ve stayed at a couple of sites in the Conwy area but this is the best... The A55 is so close by thereby enabling quick access to all that North Wales has to offer... Llandudno, Conwy, Anglesey etc.
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Breathtaking views

Lovely and peaceful with the most breathtaking of views! If you are looking for somewhere that shows Wales in all its beauty, you won’t get better than this site. Nice and basic as expected from a CL (exactly why we choose them) very well kept and very friendly. No problems with the electric, clean water on hand and a chemical emptying point. The farm is just a short drive to the beach and other local attractions, although my 3yr old granddaughter would have been content to play in the field and watch the sheep all day.
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Hafodty Farm

Well kept site peaceful.a large open area for the grandson to play. Great views looking out over Rhos on Sea. A short walk along footpath to the "view" a stunning view looking over to the "Great Orm" Friendly owners
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what a view

beautiful location, friendly and helpful owners and a fantastic view. A bit of a hill to climb up to the site ... it IS Wales after all!! but well worth it. A well kept site on slightly rolling grass .. a water point and a chemical emptying point. The electric did not trip once during our week long stay ... even with the hair tongs and kettle and microwave on together ... definately a first!! definately return. Mr & Mrs W Stevenson - Blairgowrie.

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A beautiful spot...we'd like to keep it a secret!

We arrived at the site mid afternoon in early april. There had been a lot of recent rainfall but by keeping to the higher central part of the site as advised by the lovely Doreen Davies who came out to welcome us we were able to avoid any potential sticking in the mud disasters. The site commands views across Rhos on sea and all through 180 degrees round across the estuary and over to Anglesey as it is 600 feet up with unimpeded visions of loveliness. A basic site but well maintained and lovely with plenty of local towns and sea fronts to explore. It was our first trip out with our newly acquired caravan and has cemented our love for caravanning in stone. We will be returning so please ignore this review and don't book it up permanently.....it's gorgeous. We'll never forget the sunset over the sea and hills through our front caravan windows on the night before we left. If you want marvellous views, peace tranquility and a gentle friendly welcome with lovely walks and access to sea side towns with character then this site will be perfect for you. There is a steep 1/7 hill to get to it but it's not a problem with a well balanced outfit so go and enjoy. You'll not be disappointed.

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Lovely sea view

We have just spent 3 nights on this site. The access to the site is very steep but during our stay we found that if you go up the housing estate (st andrews road) you avoid one of the very steep and narrow lanes. Once you turn off the main road the roads are single track but we never met a vehicle coming in the opposite direction. Once at the site the views of the bay, sea and mountains are stunning. The site had easy access to water and waste. Colwyn Bay itself didn't have much to do but we did visit many of the surrounding areas such as Llandudno and snowdonia which we found plenty to do. The site is situated in a great place to visit the local Zoo, although we didn't go on this visit ( we did however think that we heard the monkeys on an occasion from the site).
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Hafodty Farm

Spent five nights at this delightful CL this week and I concur with the previous review. The facilities are basic but first class, with water, recycling and waste disposal points close to the entrance of the pitching area. The chemical toilet emptying point is in an adjacent field and easily accessible. The pitches are level and the grass is well mown. There is a network of footpaths close by and these offer some spectacular views of the coast and Snowdonia, as well as being ideal for dog walking. Members are advised to follow the directions in the handbook or the website - do not rely on sat nav. After leaving the A55 and passing through the traffic lights, lookout for the direction sign for Llanwrst and the Zoo - this is located midway between a parade of shops and can easily be missed. The first section of the road is One Way, with residential properties(and parked cars) on both sides of the road. Looking forward to visiting Hafodty Farm again in the not too distant future.

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