ABERAFON CAMPSITE
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Gyrn Goch
Caernarfon
Gwynedd
LL54 5PN
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01286 660295
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'North Wales seaside camping and caravan site on the Llyn peninsula. The site adjoins a private beach which is safe for bathing and there is access for boat launching. There are 15 acres of valley grounds, 5 acres of which are sheltered, level pitches.

The toilet block has showers and shaving points, the site has water points, electric hook ups and chemical disposal points. Laundry and dishwashing facilities are available along with a small site shop open during the main holiday period.'

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2007-05-08
heres some pici's, why not send us yours?
2007-05-08
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Cat Morgan 2008-05-20
A fabulous site. Friendly, easy to find, cosy and good facilities. Clean showers, but coin operated so take your 20p coins. No campfires, but can build fires on the beach as long as not too close to the boat slipway. Electric hookup also available at various plots around the site. The photos are from the beach at sunset - stunning. We had an amazing weekend, despite the typical north Wales weather - it rained for 24 of the 72 hours we were there non-stop! But the following day we got sun burnt walking round Abersoch! Highly recommend it. The site plan is attached too.
caster 2008-09-17
A nice site on the shore of the Llynn Peninsula a short drive from Caernarfon, great care must be taken on the lane down to the site as it is quite tight and there are no passing places, showers and toilets are clean but can be a long walk to them depending on where your pitched however there are satelite toilet blocks with water, washing up facilities and waste disposal point dotted around the various fields.

For supplies there is a small Londis shop five minutes drive away that sells a good range of goods at reasonable prices.

A good site for family camping, we have been twice now and will return

Jo Jo 2009-07-28
Glorious mountain/sea views. Pebbly, isolated beach. (Nearby Llanbedrog beach is great for a swim if you prefer something more sandy). Basic facilities but makes up for this with gorgeous location. Nearby Llanbedrog beach is great for a swim if you prefer something more sandy. We stayed last week and witnessed fabulous sunsets and fed the hilarious goats. This place is a little treasure.
staryler 2010-01-04
This is a great campsite with its own beach and views of mountains. We were able to camp near the sea and it was great. I think the staff choose your pitch for you when you book so you may not get the choice. This could be a problem if you are keen on a view of the sea/mountains as some pitches have neither. Great place for children and the beach is huge and secluded.
Mattski 2010-06-10
Great location but 6 Showers for 87 pitches is not enough. I made the mistake of arriving on the May Day Bank Holiday and it was heaving! If you want a quiet break - dont go when the kids are off school as it's like living on a council estate with gangs of kids maurauding around with no supervision and lots of noise and general lack of consideration from other campers. When the kids all buggered off back to school it was great! - had a whole field to ourselves. great views and lots of wildlife but be aware that some of the pitches are fairly exposed so be sure to specify when you book if you want a sheltered pitch.
6264jen 2010-08-08
Lovely site, beautiful views & lovely owners. Really enjoyed our week & definately be returning. Just be aware of narrow entrance but take it slow & y'll be fine. If owner is there he will always do this for you :-)
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