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Read previous reviews and they are clearly out-of-date and putting people off yet the site is a lovely 1.5 acre field that has been very well maintained. Enclosed field which is great for dogs. The drinking water is NOT over the chemical toilet disposal and is totally separate. The entrance is tight (our motorhome is 6.39m and 2.35m wide) but providing you come in and go out straight then no problems. Access is literally next to the chapel so it is easy to miss. Slight road noise but doesn’t detract from the surroundings. Owners friendly and welcoming. Would come again
Although there is a sign on the road showing Caravan Club site we still turned down the wrong road as we did not expect it to be right alongside the chapel as it is just a narrow lane. However, when we did realise that this was the access road and turned into it, the lane was very uneven and very dodgy. The site itself is nice, well kept and spacious but you can hear some road noise. The owner is a very nice and helpful lady but one of the dogs did come into the field on its own one day and wanted to keep coming into our van so we had to close the sliding door which was not very convenient as it was a nice warm day. It’s in a good location and has the basic amenities but we couldn’t find the water tap although we walked round and round for at leat 10 minutes. We found out that it was right at the back of a little area behind where the chemical waste was situated only when the owner told us. If the access road was repaired and water tap resisted then this could be a nice little site.
This site could be good because the grass was short and collected, however the water tap was over the raised manhole of the chemical waste point and then through brambles and stinging nettles in a very tight corner up by the house. The driveway is very tight and uneven, to the point that our wate pipe was broken when it caught on a lump of concrete when leaving the site. The bus is only a few minutes away and every hour. The owners were friendly enough, but having been on numerous C.L. Sites this was very much overpriced.
We had to postpone our visit a couple of times, once because of snow (yes, snow on Anglesey. It doesn't happen very often) and then because of extremely wet conditions, but we finally made it right at the beginning of February. The weather was blustery, with flying hail on our last night, but the site is very sheltered and we weren't disturbed at all. All the services are very convenient on the site. Plus there is entertainment provided by the dogs! They are a lovely bunch and even if you are not keen on dogs there is no need to worry about them, as they never go on the CL field, they just watch you to make sure you do everything right! They are noisy when you call at the house (which is just as it should be, of course) but very friendly. There is an excellent carvery at The Bull, on the main road at the other side of Pentraeth. We were on Anglesey to continue our progress on the Coastal Path, and Sandy was very helpful ferrying us to car parks so that we were able to do linear walks. That's above and beyond normal service on a CL, isn't it, and it was much appreciated. The site fee is not cheap, but we had home comforts in the middle of winter, and taking this into account I would still recommend staying here. We enjoyed ourselves!