We stayed here for the second time, and would definitely recommend, please see below:-
Well kept grassed site, Alun cut the grass before we pitched up, pitch was large and well maintained.
Toilets - clean, a few more showers maybe needed in peak times, but we experienced no problems, plenty of hot water but shower times are quite short.
Views - Absolutely fantastic, especially for the campers.
Village - just a short walk along a quietish lane, or you can walk along the coastal path to the beach, but be warned its about 100 steps down & then 100 back up, but if the tide is out you can walk along the beach. Lovely village, 2 pubs which both serve lovely food and are dog friendly, free WIFI, but no O2 signal, great fresh bread from the Bakery, Spar shop that sells a good range of items, and a little shop for papers, wine, postcards, maps etc, ice cream parlour, chippy, couple of cafes, and a fantastic (mostly)dog friendly beach.
All in all a great smallish campsite, no major rules, clean and friendly.
I'm not one for writing reviews and I'm a fussy individual at best but in this case I felt it was worth it. Very casual arrival, owner friendly and just told us roughly where to camp for the best views and what a view! The campsite overlooks Aberdaron bay which is spectacular, it's just outside the village and a very pleasant 5 - 10 minute walk with its own spectacular views as well. Facilities include washing up rooms with plenty of hot water, washing machine and a separate dryer, a large chest freezer, the toilets and showers are spotless.
This has to be the nicest campsite we have ever stayed in and we will certainly be visiting again
Pitched at Dwyvos caravan site at the top of the hill in Abadaron at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula - picturesque views of the sea and distant islands.
The owner was very pleasant and helpful, the site well kept and clean with decent facilities at a reasonable price.
Narrow yet manageable roads to reach Abadaron, which is a quiet village with two pubs serving food. The interesting beach is a short walk down - shingle and sand, rock pools to explore, and good to swim or body board. Whistling Sands 5mins drive away, is a stunning cove with beautiful fine sand and clear water.
With views and beautiful beaches nearby I would highly recommend the site.
Arrived and pitched up and pleasingly not issued with a huge list of rules.
Lovely views across the bay from the tent field unusual for tenters to have the best pitches.
Although the site was full the toilets and showers (Included in the price) were always clean and available.
The grass was cut short which I think is good for camping as it dries out quicker after the morning dew. Covered washing up sinks Laundry and Freezer for ice blocks or food.
The village is just a short stroll down hill where you will find a pub, hotel, paper shop, small but adequate Spar, bakery and Chip shop all in a lovely setting soon to be complemented with a new built visitors centre, believe me these facilities are excellent compared with some more remote campsites in the area.
All in all a great stay, one small down side the site is exposed to the wind make sure your well strapped down a small price to pay for the view,
We have just visited this site, picked at random and booked last minute. We had a lovely time. The owner was fantastic, very helpful, as we had wrong hook up wire, ( he lent us one, we are new to campervan holidaying ) the site was very clean, toilets and showers clean. Very family friendly but quite at night so slept well.
Only one little problem was the steep hill but if we were fitter would not have been a problem.
Not many chooses to eat, spar well stock and lovely fresh bread. Lovey ice cream shop.
Stayed here mid june, with some friends. Whilst the location and camp site were fantastic, we must have picked the windiest weekend of the year. Weather aside the toilet/ shower facilities were very clean and looked new. Very friendly owner who was always about to help etc. Surrounding area is fantastic - took a drive to nearby abersoch which was just like being on holiday abroad. The village of aberdaron itself was very nice and it have a stunning beach. Minus the wind this was a great weekend. Will be returning to this site in the near future.
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