This terraced site is easily accessed from the A470 but I think a lot of members will either 'love it' or 'hate it' depending on personal preferences. The hardstanding pitches vary in size and we just dropped lucky on a vacant large, level pitch - as a twin axle caravan we may have struggled to get onto some of the pitches but we used the mover and had a lovely view down the hillside. From the site information, we were expecting to be incommunicado for a week but the site WiFi worked well and we got a phone signal on EE - not imperative but useful. There is really only one safe way to walk out of the site and that is up the lane which climbs and climbs behind and above the site. It affords great views and gives access, eventually, to other paths including Glyndwr's Way. However, the footpaths on the ground do not match those shown on the OS map and sadly, Powys CC don't seem too bothered to erect waymarker signs (or the farmers have removed them) so be sure you know where you are going. The weather has been extremely wet and the ground was abysmal - even Glyndwr's Way (National Trail) was ankle deep in mud. That said, the site was very peaceful with an abundance of birdlife. I'm not sure how great it would be for families - no play area - I suppose it depends what your kids are into. Plenty of information in the hut and a car drive gets you to various places including Mawddach Trail (Dolgellau to Barmouth), beaches at Borth, Lake Vyrnwy and Aberystwyth.