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Visitor Reviews - Hunters Hamlet Touring Caravan Park

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Hunters Hamlet Touring Caravan Park
Sirior Goch Farm
Betws Yn Rhos
Conwy   (Browse area)
LL22 8PL   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01745 832237

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Pitches: 23
Open: March 21st To October 31st

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 48 Reviews
              9/10 from 48 Reviews

Units accepted:   No Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bongsmon 1 review from this member

A nice, secluded, quiet site which was perfect to explore north west Wales from as Rhyl, Llandudno, Conwy etc are all within easy reach of the site.

The owners keep out of the way but are there if needed - I made a complete & total mess of trying to get on to my pitch & one of the owners came out & used her own vehicle to put it on there. It wasn't the fault of the layout of the site/pitch that was to blame just my poor manoeuvring!

I'd also forgot my levelling blocks, again spoke with the owner & again was sorted with levelling blocks within minutes.

We went with our 2 children (3 & 5) & they loved the playground - it's not all singing & all dancing but our children (& others) were able to use their imagination & had hours of fun on there.

The toilet & shower block were good, most importantly clean & had a bath which saved us from lots of earache caused by screaming of 2 daughters who hate showers. The site was pretty much full when we were there & there was never a queue for the showers & the hot water never ran out.

Site is well designed with plenty of space between the pitches - I will echo the comments of another reviewer who mentions the sloping pitches. The majority of them seemed to be sloping (including mine) & whilst they weren't severe slopes I think it does need to be mentioned on the website in order that people (like me) arrive prepared

That's a minor gripe though because overall it was a really nice site ran by really helpful people

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Gordyboy1 11 reviews from this member

We have just had 3 days at this lovely site. The facilities are superb and the setting secluded. My only gripe is the pitches are very uneven and need blocks and ramps to obtain level siting and could be very unnerving to any unit not aware of this so please Sue or Jane state this problem on your web site so any visitors arrive fully prepared.

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Waynew 2 reviews from this member

Very clean and organised site, ideally located. Toilets, showers and washing facilities are excellent. This site is basic hence make your own entertainment. Pitches are very good and level in the tent area. WOULD RECOMMEND THIS SITE TO ANYONE. I can't find any negative issues about this site providing you are camping and not glamping.

Date of Visit: April 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Miles1966 22 reviews from this member

This is a lovely little farm site, being not too far from the Expressway and handy for much of North Wales.

Access into the site is a bit tight, and if you're using a super pitch then you'll need a motor mover, but the extra touch of a wooden table and bench on each super pitch is a nice touch.

The shower block has been updated and now have some nice shower rooms, but be warned, they are very powerful and splash through the shower curtains and the water almost runs out the door. Leaving little dry floor for drying. The old showers are a bit dated and the new wet rooms are a bit cramped in the shower.

The water can run out at busy times and leave you with a dribble, which can be a bit unfortunate if you're soaped up!

All in all though, a nice peaceful site.

Date of Visit: June 2013 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Thelittlerugshop 4 reviews from this member

This has got to be the loveliest site that we have ever been to. We were met by friendly owners and given a choice of pitch. The views, facilities and cleanliness of the site are second to none. The pitches were very spacious, and the super pitches were super! We went to the Black Lion Pub for Sunday Lunch (it is advisable to book), the food was delicious and very reasonable. We will definitely return to this site, hopefully for longer than 2 nights. Highly recommended.

Date of Visit: May 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: MCavan75 15 reviews from this member

We spent 7 wonderful nights at this site during the May half term week. We were on a super pitch (number 20) which was huge, especially as we don't yet have an awning, with lovely open views across the fields - and it was so quiet, even with the site full.

We have 2 children, aged 9 and 6 who simply loved the play area, I love the 'back to basics' style of the play area as it encourages the children to use their imaginations, it was so lovely to see all ages coming together and creating games which occupied them for hours. If you need your children to be clean then this may not be the site for you - I believe children, mud and water belong together and simply kept a bin liner under the caravan and their muddy clothes went straight into each day!

The facilities are great, new wet rooms with very powerful showers - it was a little tricky getting dried as the rooms were hot and steamy but this was a small price to pay for such a lovely shower.

During the week the site celebrated it's 25th anniversary and we thought it was a really lovely touch that the owner personally delivered a bottle of sparkling wine to each pitch.

The site is a great base for trips out in every direction - Abergele itself did not appeal to us although is handy for tesco. The A55 gives you fact access to places further away but we preferred turning left out of the site and following this road in the direction of Conwy, the views are incredible. Check out the weather forecast in the surrounding areas as we managed to 'chase the sun' on a couple of days - the weather on Anglesey for example seems to be different to that further inland and while it was raining heavily at the caravan site we were enjoying a picnic on the beach! Llandudno, Conwy, Newborough beach (Anglesey) and Greenwood forest park all come highly recommended as does the dutch pancake house at the Conwy water gardens where we were mesmerised by some gorgeous otters.

We highly recommend this area and caravan site for families in particular - the site was clean, quiet and felt very safe. I have not doubt we shall return.

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