Small friendly family run campsite set on a working beef & sheep hill farm. Occupies a fantastic position on the hill above Harlech, with spectacular & unrivalled panoramic views over Snowdonia & the Llyn Peninsula.
We have generous levelled pitches spread over two acres of grassy lawned stone wall enclosed fields. Caravans, tents & campervans are all welcome & 14 electric hook-up points are available. BBQ's allowed.
4 toilets & 3 showers situated close to the field in a recently refurbished purpose built block. There is also a utility room with fridge freezer double drainer sink for washing up, washing machine & tumble dryer, & electric sockets for hairdryer/charging.
Adult £7 Child 5 and over £3 Electric Hook-up £4 Under 5's & Dog's- free Showers- free
NB during High season electric hook up pitches are usually offered on a Saturday to Saturday basis.
There are three routes up to the farm, one of which is perfectly fine for towing caravans- 40 ton artic lorries get up! Unfortunately SavNav likes to take people up the narrow road so please dont rely on it if towing. If you book in advance we can send a map showing you the best route up, which passes through the village of Llanfair which is 1 mile from Harlech along the A496 towards Barmouth. The farm is 2.5 miles from Llanfair.
There's something for everyone here from the beautiful unspoilt beaches a short drive away in Harlech & Llandanwg to the many mountains in the area for the more adventurous.
Though small, Harlech itself has plenty to offer- the famous castle, a very well renowned links golf course & several cafes, restaurants and shops.
Portmeirion & Porthmadog are within easy reach by car or train. Porthmadog has shops catering for most of your needs from Tesco's etc to a very well stocked caravan & camping shop. The Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway runs between Porthmadog & Blaenau Ffestiniog offering a train journey through spectactular countryside taking a route away from the roads.
Snowdon, which is prominently visible from the farm, is only an hours drive along a very scenic road.
Whether coming from the North or the South, stick to the A496 until you reach a staggered crossroads with Llandanwg on the sea side & turn up opp this into Llanfair. Turn left at a 2nd crossroads after 150 yards (bus stop on your right), then after a short distance take the 2nd right (just before a white bungalow). Continue up this road, which at first is lined by houses but soon by fields, without turning off for about 2.5 miles, passing straight through another crossroads halfway up. Once the road reaches the top of the hill & you cross a cattle grid you will shortly arrive at Merthyr Farm
The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. The UKCampsite.co.uk will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions