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.