Arrived on site owner out but season tourer man welcomed us showed us pitches available the one under the tree was absolutely perfect. We have wide awning and on this occasion scooter on trailer as well, loads of space. Showers and toilets really clean,
View of castle from site, lit up at night, lovely, we could see part of castle from our pitch.
Convenient shop minutes walk away for everyday needs, also can walk into harlech via steep hill, overall lovely site, felt very peaceful even with the sound of the occasional train.
Just back from a lovely week this site the reception was very welcoming, the site is small but well situated for the train station, the beach and harlech centre, though it is quite a steep hill up to the town.
The toilets & showers were clean, there is a laundry room, washing up area & chemical toilet disposable area.
There's no play area if you have small children.
The pub/bistro down the road is a nice place to eat.
There is a shop close by for any groceries you may want.
All in all a lovely site and we will return for another visit
A real gem of a site for approx. 15 units; secluded, quiet, directly under castle rock. Warm, clean toilet/shower block, all hard standings, plus hook-ups.
New owners/managers took over in February 2011, very friendly reception. The only downside is lack of motorhome disposal point; they say will provide at end of this year.
Bus stop & Train station only minutes away, for short trips to Barmouth / Porthmadog etc. Castle Hotel next to station looks dire, so walk further on road, over level crossing to 'Y Branwen' pub / bistro, local real ales, food looks good.(approx 1/4 mile from site).
The road up to town is rather steep from crossing, (the way up directly from site is 1 in 3 or 4, not for the unfit)
Just returned from this little gem of a site tucked right below Harlech castle, a lovely small site situated closed to St Davids Golf course, a short walk to the beautiful Harlech beach and a very steep walk up into Harlech (and when I say up I mean up, Cardiac hill.
We ate in the castle cottage on the Friday as it was our 27th wedding anniversary expensive 5 star the food is great, the service not so, but if I saved up I would probably eat there again for a treat. On the Sunday we ate in the local just down from the site (sorry I cant remember the name) and it was great food was spot on and not pricey and they serve some great real ales staff really friendly.
All in all a lovely weekend great facilities at the site very clean, but a word of caution the site has nothing for kids
Just got back from a weekend at this site, excellent facilities, owners very friendly and helpful. The pitches are small but we managed and so did my son who also had his awning up. Shops close by long walk up hill to village I called it cardiac hill ! The only thing I would suggest that you take especially if you like sitting out at night with a nice glass of wine , is take some insect repellent or citronella candles because my hubby got bitten by the midges, other than that had a lovely weekend. We will definitely go again, the beach was amazing and even though it was hot the beach was practically empty. Would recommend this site.
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