Just got back after an excellent week at this site. We arrived early and had to join a queue to get pitched, the wardens were not harassed, very welcoming, went to check if our pitch was free and returned to inform us it would only be a few minutes, 'you have the best view from your pitch', she told use and she wasn't wrong, WOW what a view. We where on the top terrace overlooking Abersoch and onto Snowdonia it was amazing.
The pitch was a bit sloping but well drained considering the rain we had. Overall the weather wasn't as bad as give on even the local forecasts.
The site is a mile out of town via the road. We preferred the walk down through the golf club onto the beach then the walk along the beach and back into town.
Abersoch is a very nice little town, not very many shops, there is a Londis shop for all your everyday things and a butchers, deli, newsagents, the rest are shops selling designer nautical style clothing, there are three pubs, and a few restaurants and cafes, two fish and chip shops also. We didn't eat anywhere in town apart from the chippy on the high street which was very popular and very good.
The golf club is open to none members and we often stopped there to recharge the batteries before the walk back up to Sarn Bach. They did meals between 2 and 6 unlike all the places in town which served from 12 - 2 and 6 - 9. The food here is very good and very reasonable, mainly bar food.
The surrounding area is very beautiful, Morfa Nefyn has a pub on the beach which was very busy but the service was very quick, a bit pricey but very good value.
Aberdaren is a lovely village, after walking the dogs on the beach we had a coffee in a quaint cafe on the main road, later it started to rain but we where allowed in the hotel overlooking the beach, in the back bar as we had dogs, again we had a very nice bar snack which was good value.
Reviewers- mature couple with campervan and bikes.
We booked this site at the last minute, hoping that the recent rain would have passed by. The lady on the phone only asked for my name, no other info, and as the phone line was so poor I didn't get to ask any questions.
The directions were very clear off the website, and when we arrived at tea time we were expected, the friendly lady led us straight to our pitch, then left immediately.
The site is on a hillside overlooking the bay with the mountains in the background, very scenic, and is advertised as a family site.
The site is on a slope, but the pitches are levelled, ours was gravel, well drained. We had our own water tap on the pitch. The grass on the site was cut nice and short, and didn't seem too affected by the heavy rain, the drains seemed to cope very well. There are lots of static vans here, with touring pitches dotted around.
The sanitary block is spacious and clean. The facilities seemed adequate for the people using them. There's a separate laundry room and food prep room, also a washing up area outside under cover.
It's about a mile or so into Abersoch, either by bike on the road, or you can walk down the lanes towards the beach and walk round to the village that way. The village has a number of pubs, cafes, fashion shops and a general store, plus seaside type shops useful for a boating/beach holiday.
The area is also ideal for walking, lots of lanes and footpaths.
The wardens are very friendly and laid back and try to make your stay as relaxing as possible.
This was our 2nd visit, the first being in 2005, both times to visit Abersoch for my husband and son to compete in a sailing competition. The shower block is large, incredibly clean and even has free hairdryers.
The washing/drying machines were good commercial ones and cheap to use. Definitely among the best campsite facilities I've seen. Rubbish bins are emptied frequently and kept in a gated enclosure
There seems to have been a subtle change to the site since our last visit, in that the vast majority of the pitches are seasonal Hobby Caravans, many of which look like static pitches with decking etc. No problem really with this as although the site looked full, many units were not occupied so the place wasn't really full for August.
Really laid back helpful site managers. Only two niggles: we could have done with a dog poo bin and booking the site is rather harder than normal.
When I made a booking enquiry in January via email it wasn't picked up. So I phoned and was told their emails didn't really work. Then I had to ring back later when they'd have something to write on.
No deposit was required and it all seemed rather haphazard. Everything was fine in the end, but I think they could make their booking system more professional.
Just returned from 2 nights here, very friendly and helpful owners. We were on a good hard standing with hook up. Toilet block very clean with plenty of toilets and showers, 2 privacy cubicles, washing up facilities, laundry etc.
The location offers some lovely views across the bay with the Snowdonia range in the background. A pleasant easy walk across the golf course to Abersoch, just over a mile, plenty of pubs and shops in Abersoch, it has a lovely friendly feel.
The Yacht Club is also somewhere to sit and have a drink/meal on the terrace, that's just before going into Abersoch itself. We'll definitely be back.
Stayed in early September, this is a lovely site, views are awesome, especially when the sun was shining down.
Site was very peaceful and relaxing. Facilities were excellent, toilet block very modern and clean, great power showers, hairdryers and cubicle wash rooms. Laundry room, dishwashing area and separate food prep room. Sluce and bins area were bad-smell free.
Lovely surroundings area, beautiful views all around from Menai, Nefyn and Abersoch bay. Abersoch nearby. There is a pub in Sarn Bach but we couldn't find it although we didn't try very hard.
We will definitely revisit when in the area again.
We came to this site for a long weekend, one family with two tents. It is one of the nicest camping sites we have ever had the pleasure to go to. The toilet block was superb, very clean with excellent facilities at no extra cost, there is a food preparation area with a freezer to freeze your freezer blocks, again at no additional cost. The bin area was clean and odour free and the sinks to do dishes were immaculate. The management on the site were warm and friendly too. The surrounding area is very pretty with good amenities and lovely beaches. We will be going to this site again and would not hesitate to recommend it to our families and friends.
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