Alan Rogers Review
Siân and John have created an attractive and welcoming terraced site behind a former working farm. Situated on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, Plas Farm perfectly blends the campsite into the beautiful surrounding countryside with different views afforded from each of the terraces. From the bottom terrace a woodland walk circles the site and is used as a dog walk. The 50 pitches all have 10/16A electric hook-ups and 46 are fully serviced. On a separate field there is provision for 30 tents, some with electricity.
This is an ideal location for adults and children alike, with access to the beaches on the coast, and also offering opportunities for hill walking, golfing, rambling, tennis, sailing and watersports. Llandudno is within easy reach, with its tourist attractions on the Great Orme above the town. Regular sea angling trips operate from the Conwy Quay and the Conwy River hosts an abundance of trout and salmon. Further afield you can visit the Welsh Mountain Zoo and narrow-gauge railways.