Coed-y-Llwyn Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
Wales, North Wales, Gwynedd, Blaenau Ffestiniog
- +44 1766 590254
- Mid March - End October
Alan Rogers Review
Located in the glorious lush surroundings of Snowdonia National Park, Coed-y-Llwyn Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a sight to behold for those visiting for the first time. The site is particularly geared up for outdoor lovers, who can venture up Snowdon (a short drive from the site), enjoy the range of water sports at Lake Bala, find safe sandy beaches on the Lleyn Peninsula, play golf at Porthmadog, and cycle in the mountain bike centre at Coed-y-Brenin. Cycling can also be enjoyed at Blaenau Ffestiniog. Zip World, home to the largest and longest zip lines in Europe is only a short drive away, there are two locations you can enjoy, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Bethesda. The site has 90 mainly hardstanding pitches (some seasonal) all with electricity 16 amp.
As the site is situated in Gellilydan, Blaenau Ffestiniog (narrow gauge) visitors must take a ride on its railway. Even more so is a visit to Portmeirion - location for the cult 60s TV series 'The Prisoner'. There are 5 steam railways within an hour's travel from the site with The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland being the most popular. There is also the Snowdon Mountain Railway, one of the biggest attractions in Snowdonia. You can also visit historical castles such as Harlech and Caernarfon. The newest attraction in Snowdonia is "Surf Snowdonia" (approx. 50min drive / 27 miles from the site). It is the world's first inland surfing lagoon, with continuous rolling waves.
A single toilet block provides facilities for visitors who are disabled and children. Laundry. Showers. Wash basins. Dish washing. Motorhome service point. Small shop. Chemical toilet point. Gas sales. Children’s play area. Wi-Fi good, charged. BBQs allowed gas, electric & charcoal. Defibrillator. TV reception fair. Information room. Pets allowed. Dog walk. Twin axle caravans accepted. No late-night arrivals area. Bar/Restaurant opposite site entrance. Bus stop 800 metres. Spar 6 miles. No tents allowed. Earliest time of arrival 13.00. Maximum outfit length 8.5 metres.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Route from North and South: (Via A5 through Langollen and Corwen) - 3 miles after Corwen turn left off A5 at the 2nd set of traffic lights (signposted Bala) onto A494. At Bala turn right onto A4212 (signposted Trawsffynydd). In about 17.5 miles turn right at the T junction onto A470/487 (signposted Porthmadog), within 3 miles continue straight on A487 (do not turn right onto A470 signposted Ffestiniog). In 0.25m turn left into lane signposted Gellilydan and immediately fork left. The site is on the left in 0.25 mile. Route from Betws-Y-Coed via Ffestiniog is an alternative route; however, the road is restricted in places and gradients are more severe. Access road narrow - please call site for advice.Link to campsite location map on google
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