Friendly booking service, friendly welcome on arrival
Beautiful site with seaviews, small shop where you can order your newspaper, wardens bend over backwards to help with anything
The showers are SPOTLESS with doublesize cubicle providing a drying area and washbasin and hot free shower, best ive ever encountered
Site is secure for which you are given a keyfob, this will get you through barrier system and into showers
Absolutely everything has been thought of,
Walk down the drive and you are on the bus route, just flag a bus down and they will drop you back opposite the drive.
Pub with meals (2 for 10 pound at lunchtime)next door, also chip shop
We thought our stay was absolute bargain, we paid special offer price of £9. 00 a night, but to be honest its worth every penny of high season price, I will definitely return only thing is not a lot in barmouth except lovely beach
Stayed at trawdir for 7 nights. The wardens were really helpful we had problem putting our awning up next thing they arrived and put it up for us. The site was spotless toilets and showers really spotless, piped music in toilets. The views of sea great. We booked extra nights but the wind got up, it was unnerving and kept me awake at night, awnings falling down. We would have stayed another week but wind too bad. Would love to go back. Wish they had a café on site, nice to have a cooked breakfast or something to take away. Again a big thank you to the wardens for all their help, they both work really hard to maintain this site and it shows
This is one of the best, if not the best, site I have ever stopped on. The facilities are very modern with a toilet block that is spotlessly clean and with free showers. Every hardstanding area has full service facilities (EHU, water supply and grey water disposal) as well as a motorhome service point, and most have views of the sea. The wardens are very friendly and helpful. What's not to like about this great site?
An excellent site with first class facilities. A great deal of money and effort obviously invested. The solar generation of electricity and warm water is a feature with impressive displays of system performance live in reception. (A real plus for retired engineers!).
The staff are friendly and accommodating with nothing too much trouble. I saw them assist in awning erection and also return to site after hours to assist a late arrival due to breakdown. First class cheerful people.
Barmouth itself is interesting with excellent beach and of course the brilliant walk across the estuary bridge; not to be missed. The Bistro Bermo serves really good food; thoroughly recommended. Did not eat in 'The Last Inn' but certainly an interesting place to spend an hour or two with proper beer.
Finally, the site has an offer running through to January @ £12/night, two adults included. Excellent value, will return.
Our first visit to this site and I have nothing but good things to say. It is slightly pricey but you get exactly what you pay for.
The campsite is immaculate. Very very well maintained. Toilet facilities always clean and very modern with ample for everyone. Washing facilities for plates etc was big and again always clean and there is a laundry which had freezer capabilities.
The site is very safe with everyone being issued a key fob for entry to the site and for entry to the toilets etc, so no one can get onto the site who shouldn't be there.
There was a field for camping, plenty of static sites, glamping and we were on C27 which was hard standing and hd the perfect view of the sea. It can be windy here so be prepared and make sure you have the correct pegs for the hard standings if you are not in the field.
There was a small playground which our 2 kids loved. There was a big dog walking field and there is a perfect restaurant/chippy literally 3mins away. You can access the sister site which has access to the beach but we only did this once as there were better beaches elsewhere, but it was still very good, and is a 15min walk. The reception is well stocked and you can buy wifi, although it wasn't great, but you are warned about this before hand.
We drove to Abersoch for a day, enjoyed Harlech Castle and the most perfect beach at Harlech which is very quiet. Make sure you go there! We also visited Portmeirion and spent 2 days visiting friends in Aberdyfi, which is just 30miles away.
The site was perfect for us to explore west Wales.
I can't recommend this time site enough. Bar one grumpy lady on reception, everyone was lovely and very very helpful, especially the older man who seemed to look after the whole site (Mr Williams?).
If around this part of the country again, we will definitely visit again, as the 5 star award does it justice and more.
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