Spent a couple of nights in September, we were going to stay longer but the weather cut this short. As the campsite is very close to the sea it makes an excellent base for walking along the coastal path but is very open to the wind so we took a bit of a battering. The site itself is very clean with 2 shower/toilets. Only drawback was having cold water at the handwash basins and no soap or towels, also open vaulted roof between cubicles means little noise privacy. There is a free freezer and 1 washup sink, could be a queue when busy. The electric hook up must only be low ampage, anything over 2kw tripped the breaker, but for £12 a night it is reasonable value for money and makes a good base for touring the area
Stayed for three nights, despite the typical summer weather had a fab time. The owners and family were most welcoming and my children had a great time playing in the barn on the swing. Toilets, showers and utility room were absolutely spotless and good value for money. The site was clean and extremely good value for money, will definitely return in the future and stay for longer. Very convenient location for visits to Pwhelli, which has a great market, shops and leisure centre. Highly recommended!
My wife, son, and I spent a glorious week here this July. The weather was stunning, as was the location. We went at a quiet time of year just before the summer holidays so we virtually had a field to ourselves! The price (£12 pn per tent including hook-up) was very reasonable. There are 2 toilet/showers which are kept spotlessly clean. There is also a washing-up room, which included use of a washing machine and a tumble dryer at £1 each. There was also a fridge/freezer for keeping your food cold or frozen, which was free!
The beach was only a field away, but it is a bit of a scramble down to reach it. But part of the fun of coming here, was discovering more accessible beaches in the area of which there are plenty.
Gareth, Mary, and family were very obliging and friendly. Gareth even gave me a lift to Pwllheli railway station when my car broke down. Even their dog and cats will stop and pass the time of day with you!
If I was to make a suggestion, it would be to fit roller towels/hand dryers in the toilets. Then it would be closer perfect!
So in conclusion, I would say this: If you want a quiet, clean, beautiful site, without the bells and whistles (and fruit machines, bars, shops, and other distractions) of the larger, more expensive sites, Go to Pant Gwyn Farm. You won't regret it!
Enjoyed our stay at Pant Gwyn for the bank holiday weekend. The tent field was a fairly open one but we didn't have too much wind and were fairly sheltered by the hedge.
Very clean toilets and showers although no soap or drier provided. Maybe an air drier would be good? Showers cost 50p for about 5mins.
Was great to have use of fridge / freezer and the washing up sink was inside too which would be handy in bad weather. Hot water for washing up.
There is a shop and pub in the village (15-20m walk). The pub did excellent food, including a good vegetarian menu.
The family who own the farm were extremely friendly and welcoming. We had tips from them for where to walk, where to see seals and how to get to the village via the coast or the road. The tent field was only 1 field away from the sea.
Very good value for money and I'm sure we will be back to stay at this friendly campsite in a lovely part of Wales.
We visited Pant Gwyn in our tent but had my sister with us in her caravan.
The site was beautifully clean and from initial telephone booking to dealings on the site with the owners everything was very laid back and relaxed.
The £10 a night fee was exceptional value for money with basic but very clean facilities including 2 showers (50p), 2 toilets, laundry room with washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge / freezer and washing up sink.
The site was an ideal base location for family campers or those wishing to explore the Llyn Peninsula. There was no shop on site, but the nearest shop is only in the local village.
The distance to the beach is a little more than 5 mins, but not much. One word of warning, the site is very open to the elements so be careful which field you choose to set up in because of the strength of the gusts of wind in this area.
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