Pen-y-Bont Touring & Camping Park
Wales, North Wales, Gwynedd, Bala
- +44 1678 520549
- 15 March - 27 October.
Alan Rogers Review
This is a pretty little park with 59 touring pitches, 47 of which have hardstanding. Connected by circular gravel roads, they are intermingled with trees and tall trees edge the site. Electricity connections (16A) are available, including 11 for tents, and there are 28 serviced pitches with hardstanding, electricity, water and drainage. There are also pitches for 25 seasonal units. The park entrance and the stone building that houses reception and the well stocked shop provide quite a smart image. With views of the Berwyn mountains, Pen-y-bont has a peaceful, attractive and useful location being the closest park to Bala town.
Bala Lake is 100 yards and the park is three miles from the Welsh National White Water Centre, with Snowdonia on hand.
The toilet block includes washbasins in cubicles and spacious hot showers. Two new cubicles with washbasin and WC. Separate laundry room and an en-suite unit for disabled visitors that doubles as a baby room, operated by key (£5 deposit). Outside covered area with fencing and concrete floor for dishwashing sinks and bins. Motorhome services. Shop. Bicycle hire arranged. Caravan storage. WiFi (charged). 2 Romany-style caravans to rent.
Park is 0.5 miles southeast of Bala village on the B4391. Bala is between Dolgellau and Corwen on the A494.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N52 54 6||W3 35 24|