Alan Rogers Review
Barcdy is partly in a sheltered vale, partly on a plateau top and partly in open fields edged by woods. There are fells to the rear and marvellous views across the Lleyn peninsula in one direction and towards the Snowdon range in another. The Roberts family opened to their first visitors over 60 years ago, and still welcome them today. The park provides for all tastes with level or sloping grass pitches, either secluded in the valley or enjoying the view from the plateau or the lower field. There are 110 pitches in total, including 40 fully serviced for touring caravans with electricity (10/16A) and 40 for tents, eleven with 10A electricity, plus 30 caravan holiday homes.
The lower field can be very wet in poor weather but there are plenty of tent pitches available on higher ground should this be the case. The grounds of the farm include 28 acres of open fields and natural oak woods (a haven for children) and further up the hills are the two Tecwyn lakes for fishing or just to relax by and enjoy the views. Harlech beach and the castle are only 4 miles, the Italianate village of Portmeirion is nearby and Snowdonia is on your doorstep. A member of the Countryside Discovery group.