This delightful little site is lovingly tended by its owners and has just 18 pitches for touring units, all with gravel hardstanding and 10A electric hook-ups, for caravans and motorhomes only. Tents are not accepted. There are also 22 privately owned holiday homes, and three holiday cottages. However, the location of this site certainly makes up for its diminutive size, nestling under the massive rock topped by Harlech Castle, now a designated World Heritage Site. The narrow lane running alongside the site up to the old town above, is the steepest hill in Britain.
The coastal railway runs close to the site and the station is just 100 yards away. Railway noise should not be a problem (the small ‘sprinter’ trains do not run at night). The Blue Flag beach is only 500 yards, and the Leisure Centre with its indoor pool is 250 yards.