This listing was set live on the 25th July 2020
Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
Electric Plate Heating
We welcome you to our caravan to have a enjoyable peaceful holiday.
We are about 2 mls from various beaches one of which is whistling sands porthoer and 3 mls from the picturesque village of Aberdaron and just a short drive for all amenities.
The main town of Pwllheli is 13 mls away where there are pubs and shops and a local market held on a Wednesday and Sunday.
All in all there are lots of places to visit rain or shine and an ideal place to sit back and admire the views.
Based on 1 guest ratings
Family With Young Children
Date of stay - 17 Jul 2020 - 24 Jul 2020
The static caravan was really lovely. Well equipped including microwave, oven, fridge, freezer, toaster and heaters in the bedroom ceilings. The lounge is large and comfortable and there are three bedrooms, two reasonably sized and one small., nicely furnished., .My wife Ruth and I visited with our daughter, partner and 2 year old son. The cost was very reasonable, especially as gas and electricity was included. The van had a good shower room and separate toilet and super kitchen. Thus we have given full marks for facilities. The site toilets were not open due to the current virus legislation and we had no need of them anyway. The views are outstanding and it is very peaceful. We had our own field to play in and a picnic table by the van which was great in the wonderful sunny weather which we enjoyed. There are good walks from the site and some stunning beaches nearby, including 'Whispering Sands and' our favourite quiet beach 'Traeth Penlech'. There is an excellent local butcher and useful general store and post office in nearby Sarn about 3 miles away. Aberdaron is about the same distance. A nice old village with a long beach, terrific bakers, delicious chippy and several pubs and shops. Pwllheli is a busy old town with restaurants, cinema and access to a five mile beach. Steam trains run to Caernarfon and the mines at Ffestiniog from Porthmadog and there is an Osprey viewing site nearby. There is also the Itallianette village Portmerion. Caernarfon has an impressive castle, pubs, restaurants and shops and a wonderful seafront with views across the Menai Straits. Nefyn is nearer and there is a really good pub not far at Tudweilog. So plenty of choice. You will need a vehicle. In truth, the best things about this site that make it special are being surrounded by beauty which you can enjoy on your own if you wish or find plenty of interesting places to visit. Andrew and Lynne are very helpful and friendly and the static caravan is great.. We had terrific weather. We are well travelled in Europe and Asia and when it is good, the beaches in this area are the equal of anywhere.
Thank you to all the family it was a pleasure seeing you enjoying your hoilday see you again soon regards Lynne & Andrew