Having read some of the not so good reviews about this this site and the Warden's attitudes I must confess that I was a bit concerned about visiting the site. How wrong we were. We had travelled from Stoke on Trent and stopped on the A55 near Bangor for 20 minutes to ensure we did not arrive early. This is my 6th holiday in 2020 and I know how much extra work the wardens have to put in to sanitize everything prior to the arriving visitors. The site approach off the main road is up a slight incline and is very narrow with only room for 1 way traffic. The grass verges are beautifully maintained with painted white rocks to stop the grass being ploughed up. The entrance into the site is also narrow, there is not the room to install barriers and no room for anyone to turn around. I can fully understand why the wardens are strict in this regard. We arrived at 1.05pm and was greeted by a very friendly warden who explained the covid rules for the site whilst we waited to book in. The lady warden in the office had noted our Reg No and knew who my wife was when she went in to book. This was a nice touch as it had never happened to us before. We found the site to be clean and tidy and the mower was in use every day keeping the grass down. The new toilet was spotless, you could eat your dinner off the floor. The dog walk was brilliant, it is a fenced field next to the road. Grass lanes had been cut through the field creating many paths for the dog to enjoy. There is only one waste disposal point on site by the toilet block. This is not surprising as a septic tank is used on site. The pitches are nicely spaced out around the site. The view from the top of the drive is to die for, you can see the whole of Snowdonia spread through 180 degrees in front of you. We stayed for 4 most enjoyable nights, the wardens always spoke to us when we passed them. This site is in a beautiful part of the world and we have already booked again in 2021.