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I camped at Graig Wen for a week, on the lower field near the Mawddach Estuary. Upon arriving I was warmly welcomed, given all of the information I required and helped to my pitch. I didn't meet the owners but Jonny and his wife (whose...More
I would highly recommend this site. Beautiful views of the estuary from parts of the site. Regularly cleaned facilities. Friends atmosphere.
Local produce available.
Nicely kitted out pop up yurt and outdoor kitchen.
We stayed in a campervan as a family of 4 and this was the nicest site of a 2 week holiday.
The owners are so friendly and helpful, we borrowed a geocaching kit and spent hours exploring the site.
There is an honesty shop, lovely...More
This place is quite easily the best place we'd stayed when camping. It was quiet, spacious and secluded. We stayed in one of the secluded pitches, Buzzards Perch, and it didn't disappoint. The campsite had everything we needed, and wasn't too far from local shops...More
We stayed in the Caban for three nights with our dog. It was very comfortable and well equipped. A hassle free stay. Had everything we needed, a cooker, utensils, fire wood, etc. The campsite is set in beautiful surroundings and pefect for everyone. Facilities were...More
Hi! There is a pub along the disused railway one on the way to Dolgellau but we did not eat there. There is also a fancy hotel restaurant half way along the road. The railway is lovely and well surfaced but it's a bit of a... More
Hi! There is a pub along the disused railway one on the way to Dolgellau but we did not eat there. There is also a fancy hotel restaurant half way along the road. The railway is lovely and well surfaced but it's a bit of a hike to get back up to the b and b afterwards especially if under the influence! We ate in Dolgellau, walking in once and getting a taxi back. Nowhere on your doorstep, I am afraid but taxis are easy to organise. I hope that this helps. Have fun! Julie hart