We were pleasantly greeted on arrival and shown to our pitches by Sam, one of the owners of the site. Pitching was a doddle, the ground was even and there was loads of space for each tent. The site was pretty secure with a couple of gates to get through. Showers were great, clean and hot. The chap who brought us our firewood each evening was friendly and told us a little bit about the history of the place.
The location was brilliant. 5 minutes walk from the beach, a bus-stop right outside the site which took you to llandudno in 20 minutes. Two convenience stores a couple of minutes away and several take aways. We tried the chippy and the indian, both were amazing.
One thing i would recommend doing is trying to get to the top of that mountain you can see with the little house on it, when you get up there you will find an amazing plateau where there used to be a graphite mine which gives you amazing views over the village and the seaside; well worth the hike if you're up to it as it is quite a tricky climb especially towards the top!
Absolutely no negative things to say really, it was a brilliant holiday!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Charming Campsite with 11 tent pitches spaced out over 2 fields,one field with electric hook-ups available in a peaceful setting,close to a lovely beach. The campsite is located in North Wales in the grounds of Victorian Farm buildings and within easy walking distance of the beach, pubs, grocery stores, butcher, bakery, cash point and takeaways and only a short drive from the Snowdonia National Park.Bunkhouse with separate living room and bunk room which sleeps up to ten. Four ring cooker, microwave, kettle, fridge/freezer, toaster, TV and electric wood burner in living room. Heating is by electric storage heaters. All heating and lighting is included in the price. Pans, crockery and cutlery are provided. Fire alarm and emergency lights installed. ... more less