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Bwlchgwyn Farm

Small and friendly or farm style campsite

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Arthog, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom, LL39 1BX

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Our camp site has the most breath-taking views over the Mawddach estuary to Barmouth harbour, Snowdonia mountain range and the Llyn Peninsula out to sea. Enjoy a BBQ at our camp site, watching the sun setting over the sea. Bwlchgwyn Farm Camping and touring site is a natural elevated camp site backed by woodland. Facilities includes free ladies and men's showers and toilets. Washing machine, tumble dryers and washing up facility. A limited amount of hook-ups available, please enquire and book in advance in main season.
2019
Caravan/Motorhome £25
Electric £3.50
Dogs £2

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Review by: sjrzx7r
Visit date: Apr 2019
Unit type: Large Motorhome over 8m
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Fabulous elevated views across estuary. Good pitches on levelled hard standings. Facilities were a bit basic but adequate. Nothing immediate,y local but easy cycle or good walk in to Barmouth along cycle path. We also cycled the 9 mile route to Dolgellau which is stunning alongside the river and flat the whole way.
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Review by: djsut135
Visit date: Nov 2018
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8.75
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The views from this site are amazing, across to Barmouth, Cardigan Bay and the LLeyn Peninsula. It is a bit expensive and the site is on terraces up the hill, so be prepared for a bit of walking up hill, there are not toilets on every level. However the new shower block was super. Lots of walks from the site, and access to the railway to take you along the coast.
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Review by: paulbearcroft33
Visit date: Aug 2018
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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9.25
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Great Site. A tad on the expensive side(I paid £28 for 1 night) but the view across the estuary is to die for. If your into walking there are lots of picturesque walks. You can even walk across the estuary to Barmouth. All facilities are clean and checked regularly.
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