llyn Gwynant Camp Site (Wales) Reviews
Newest Review: ... tins and glass. One of the best things is you can enjoy 2 days at the site but only pay for one night as you can arrive anytime after 8am do not need to leave until 5pm the next day. The fields are large and flat and do have a tendency to be muddy but it was easy enough to find a nice dry area. We choose one of the fields where your car had to be parked in a specific area away from the tents but you can choose a field that allows you to park your car right next to your tent. There are no electric hook ups but reception does refreeze ice packs, charge up cameras and phones and pump up airbeds at no extra cost. They also provide a payphon... more
Customer llyn Gwynant Camp Site (Wales) Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Even though it was August Bank Holiday weekend we didn't want to book our pitch in advance in case the weather was atrocious as it can often be in Snowdonia. The campsite it situated on the A498 between Betws-Y-Coed and Beddgelert in a beautiful valley, surrounded by mountains and at the end of a lake. Llyn Gwynant Campsite does not take bookings unless you are a party of 20 or over so with us arriving on the Thursday we knew we would get a spot. The campsite is designed with nature lovers in mind so is not over developed. On arrival you come to reception where you are met by friendly staff. Our pitch cost us £9 per adult and £3 per child (15 and under) per ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 291 readings)
This summer my friends and I decided we were going to climb Snowdon, we were looking for somewhere to camp and Llyn Gwynant was a perfect choice as it is situated at the base of the mountain. The site consists of 5 massive fields, even though we were there on one of the nicest (and therefore busiest) weekends of the summer we had no problems finding a pitch and there was plenty of space between groups. One field is reserved for large groups and although you can drive to most of the site one field is car free. If the weather is bad then access to other parts of the site by car maybe restricted to prevent the grass being damaged. If you arrive after 11pm you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 111 readings)
Llyn Gwynant is a lake in Snowdonia in North Wales. It is about 3 kilometres from Snowdon itself and right by the shores of the lake is Llyn Gwynant campsite. I have stayed regularly at this site for the last ten years or so and have seen it gradually develop from a tap and a toilet kind of place to a fully fledged nature lovers paradise. A river runs along one side of the site. It is fed from the lakes on the flanks of Snowdon and flows through a small hydro-electric station. Depending on whether the station is pumping or not the water can be lovely to swim in or icy cold even in the summer. The site is divided into 5 main fields and has ... Read the complete review
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