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Tyn Y Coed Touring Park
Lon Groes
Morfa Nefyn
Gwynedd   (Browse area)
LL53 6BP   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01758 720564  or  07776 182614

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Pitches: 41
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 39 Reviews
              9/10 from 39 Reviews

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Date of Visit: September 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Chrisgog 1 review from this member

A delightful little sight. Clean, neat and well looked after. This site is ideally located for the stunning coastal walk to Porth Dinllaen and the infamous Ty Coch Inn on the beach. A must if you stay here. The village has a couple of shops and they have all you need. A wool shop, an ironmonger, a general stores and a great all in one garage/ shop/ cafe/ butchers etc. Can't fault it. We phoned ahead and were given choice of a couple of pitches. We stayed in the back grass area which is like a paddock. Neat fencing all the way round and clearly identified pitches. We said we did not require electric so charged less. Choice is grass pitch or all singing all dancing pitch. We are self sufficient so it was great not to have to purchase electric. The shower block is central. A really pleasant stay and we had great views to the hills behind the camp. The main super pitches are at the front of the camp. Morfa Nefyn is a delightful place and you must do the coastal walk to Nefyn too if you stay. The reception is through a gate to the house at the back of the site. A lovely campsite. Highly recommended.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Cockerspadgers 25 reviews from this member

Had a wonderful week at this site, our first visit but won't be our last. Site was very easy to find following the directions on the website, no narrow roads to negotiate. Check in was quick and simple, our booking having been confirmed by email. The owner walked us to our pitch, pointing out where everything was and providing all the information we would need to enjoy our stay.

Facilities were always clean and OH had to wait just once for the shower. There is a utility block which also housed information about the local area, including free printouts of walks. The WiFi code is pinned to the notice board - connection was sometimes slow but can't complain as it was free.

The ground is well kept, grass cut short and cuttings collected so no treading them into the caravan. We had torrential rain one night but the ground drained really well and was not at all waterlogged the next day.

There are local amenities within a five minute walk, the shop behind the petrol station (costcutter?) had everything we needed including freshly baked bread and freshly made pizza which they offered to cook for a small charge. It was delicious.

There is a great network of footpaths in the area and our car hardly moved all week. Our favourite walk was to the right of the entrance, just across the road. A five minute walk leads you to a duck pond; follow the path to the track and turn right, continue past a few houses, go through a kissing gate on the left, through a field to the coastal path and then to steps leading down to the beach. Following the coastal path to the left for about twenty minutes takes you to more steps, either to the Cliffs Inn (now reopened) or steps down to another beach. A walk on the beach for a further fifteen to twenty minutes takes you to the Ty Coch where we enjoyed a refreshing beverage on the beach. We thought about having lunch on the beach but at just short of 10 for a jacket potato with prawns, we thought it was a bit pricey. We walked up and around the golf course, enjoyed watching the seals in the bay and then settled for an ice cream at the cafe instead.

At 20 a night for two adults, a dog and awning on a hard standing pitch, it is a site which offers good value for money. It was a wonderful week which passed too quickly; I would recommend this site to anyone who is thinking of visiting the area.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Phishing 10 reviews from this member

Nice site on the edge of the village and walking distance to the beach. Had a week on a fully serviced pitch. Pitches were graveled and level and everything worked as it should. Access and pitching were easy with plenty of room to manouver and the recommended route is far easier than driving through Nefyn if you have a large rig. Dog walking on the lane next to the site or the path to the beach opposite the site, the local beaches are zoned and dog friendly. Plenty of walks along the cliffs and beaches. Area is quiet and very nice. We were close to the road and although there is some noise it was not intrusive or persistent. Facilities were excellent and always spotless, usual facilities and a potwash and information area with washing machine and dryer etc. All indoors.

Avoid the chip shops in Nefyn and the one in the village they are terrible.

The site does go strait onto the local road and there is no security barrier, maybe that's a reflection of me rather than the site but we are used to fob or card entry into sites of this quality.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Dijon46 7 reviews from this member

What a lovely site, Lorraine and Selwyn work really hard to keep the site in excellent condition and there always willing to help out. Toilets and showers always clean and the grass is cut perfect. Great views and lovely walks to the beach. Can't wait to go back next year, thank you for making our holiday so nice and thank you for your help in getting our car started

Date of Visit: May 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Nuevoboy 36 reviews from this member

Just got back from a lovely 3 night break here.

We received a friendly welcome from Lorraine who explained all about the site and guided us to our small but adequate hard-standing pitch.

Credit must be given to her and husband Selwyn for maintaining such a beautifully kept site - everything was immaculate.

The site was virtually full during our visit but even with only one shower each for ladies and gents I only had to wait a short time once.

We were quite close to the road and experienced a bit of noise but it wasn't intrusive and had actually been offered a grass pitch further away from the road, where the views of the surrounding hills are gorgeous.

We managed two wonderful day's cycling and really enjoyed the quiet lanes of the Llyn. Highlight was a visit to Porth Oer also known as Whistling Sands (and featured on Countryfile and Coast recently)and according to my wife, yes the sands did indeed whistle when walked on. Shame my deaf ears didn't hear though!

If you're visiting the Llyn Peninsula, this is the site to go to.

Date of Visit: April 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Casey56 1 review from this member

Found this site on google and after reading the reviews booked it straight away. We were lucky as Lorraine and Scott only had one pitch available. Greeted on arriving on site and shown around the facilities and our pitch. Lovely and quiet with a shower block and utility room and facilities for disabled and family room. All facilities were spotlessly clean and tidy. Our dog was with us and there are plenty of walks with the best being across the road from the entrance and right down a lane called Lon Pwll William which takes you down to the coastal path. Lovely walk with some eye opening properties hidden away. The Ty Coch inn on the beach is always worth the visit as is the iconic 7th tee off and green on the golf course. Plenty to see and do and if walking is on the agenda as we did then Yr Eifl, the old quarry and Hill fort are a must to do. Fantastic views over the Llyn and across to Ireland on a clear day. Will definitely be revisiting this site again

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