We visited this site in the 'heatwave' of early July. It was peaceful and quiet and we loved it. We were there outside of school holidays and the whole area was uncrowded. There is no direct access to a sandy beach within easy walking but parking a mile or so down the road at the railway halt (it was in a large military base in WW2) gives an easy stroll to the boulder and pebble sea side. One possible glitch was that when the cottages had young adults staying in them on the last day, they wanted to use the caravan site area as a football pitch and Graham is not on site all of the time to 'keep an eye' open for the potential balls hitting vans/awnings. We had a dog and a cat with us and they both enjoyed the 'safe freedom' of the site and a tip for dog owners is that whilst Tywyn and its beach is 4 miles away, parking is free and good and both N &S of the promenade are dog accessible beaches of flat sand. If you turn down Idris Villas, near the Spar and go to its end it couldn't be more convenient. Will be back for certain. Lightweight gas refills needed a trip to the same road as the Centre for Alternative Technology about 14 miles away - the main Calor agent - as the Spar outlet says 'lightweight have been discontinued' when they are still available.