Cae Gwyn Camp Site (Wales) Reviews
Description:Cae Gwyn ('White Field') is a sheep farm in the south of Snowdonia National Park with a farming history dating back ... more
Cae Gwyn Camp Site (Wales) ... over 200 years. Even to this day very little has changed over the centuries. The only differences perhaps are that today we run the 190 acre hill farm using organic principles, and that Cae Gwyn now welcomes you to experience a close to nature holiday.
Newest Review: ... well as camping in tents or campervans, the farm also has a camping barn which sleeps 10, bed and breakfast and a furnished caravan to let, although unfortunately there is no room for you to bring your own caravan. Although the site accepts small numbers of campers they are not short on space - each pitch is well spaced out so the chances of being disturbed by your neighbours is very small. ... more
Customer Cae Gwyn Camp Site (Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Cae Gwyn (White Field) is a small campsite in southern Snowdonia near the village of Bronaber. As you would expect the scenery is stunning - in fact the site was voted one of the UK's top 10 most senic campsites by the Guardian in 2007. It is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts being in the heart of the National Park and has facilities which specifically cater to bikers and walkers. I stayed here as we were mountain biking at Coed-y-Brenin forest which is 5 minutes drive or you can access the trails directly from the site. There are also plenty of footpaths for walkers, when you book accommodation you receive a free walking guide to the local area which is usually priced ... Read the complete review
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