Our first family visit to Snowdonia did not disappoint. The route planner to the site was easy to follow on the whole and although some roads were narrow and challenging as you would expect from the area, the scenery was spectacular. The final approach to the site is along a narrow road with just one passing place in the entrance to the pub car park opposite to the site so do not arrive earlier than 13:00. The wardens were welcoming and clear on site instructions and although the shower block was not in use due to an issue with the boiler and the play area was closed for Covid19 reasons we found everything else on the site to a good standard. The weather was hot throughout our 8 night stay and despite a couple of storms which caused power cuts at the site for 15 minutes each time there were no issues. Although there are no shops close by, Porthmadog is a 10 mile drive but has all the choice of shops you need. Betws -Y-Coed is a lovely place too with lots of shops, particularly outdoor clothing and equipment and nice options to eat in or out and a wonderful waterfall to eat chips or a picnic by. Within a 30-40 minute drive there are lovey beaches at Pwllheli and Abersoch. Portmeirion is a wonderful place to see too especially wo walk through the forest up to the view point overlooking the estuary. We walked the Llanberis path up Snowdon on a very hot dry day and went on the Fforest Coaster at Zip World which is well worth considering booking as a thrill for children and adults alike. All in all would thoroughly recommend a stay at this location.