We stayed at Pant Gwyn the week before the half-term at the end of May 2021 and enjoyed a really peaceful stay. The weather wasn't perfect all week and they'd had a lot of rain before we arrived so the field was pretty wet in places. Unfortunately, my husband managed to get our motorhome stuck in the mud but our host, Gareth, was very understanding and kind about it and although we pitched where we got stuck, he towed us out at the end of our stay with a smile. The site has glorious 360 degree views and we loved watching the sun set over the sea in the evenings. It's a field away from the Coastal Path for beautiful walks. We walked up to the Ty Coch Inn on the beach (about 4.5 miles) on one gloriously sunny day - a highly recommended outing. We ate well at the pub in Tudweiliog a couple of times and got great service in the village shop/Post Office which sells most things that you might want or need. It's great cycling country - quiet, pretty country lanes with very little traffic and we cycled easily to both Abersoch and Aberdaron easily. The showers, toilets and laundry room on site are very clean. The farm is at the end of a no-through road so there's no passing traffic. Although it was very quiet when we were there, the way units were arriving on the day we left and from what Gareth said, it's very popular during school holidays. We wouldn't hesitate to go back.