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Welcome To Llanfendigaid Estate CL



William Garton-Jones
Llanfendigaid,
Rhoslefain,
Tywyn,
Gwynedd,
LL36 9LS


Tel :  01654 710501 / 07463441455

Email :  will@llanfendigaid.co.uk

Web Site : www.llanfendigaid.co.uk/caravanclub/index.html

Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

 

Details : Llanfendigaid Estate CL is a tranquil site set in the grounds of a historic Grade II* listed mansion of very ancient origins. The site is located in the old orchard and next to a beautifully tended vegetable garden from which produce is available to buy. Both the site and the pitches are moderately flat and are kept mown and all pitches have electrical hook-ups with plenty of space for awnings. There is a 24' x 14' indoor heated swimming pool for use if required.

Llanfendigaid lies less than a mile from the sea and there is an easily accessed local beach. The Wales Coastal path runs within a few hundred yards and there are some excellent walks direct from the site as well as a short distance away. It makes a very good base from which to explore the southern end of Snowdonia National Park and indulge in the many activities available.


Facilities : Electric hook ups, Easy access, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Toilets, Showers, Views, Wifi, Public transport nearby, Dogs allowed, Self catering, Swimming Pool, Not far from the beach and on the Wales Coastal Path at the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park

Open : All year

Pitch Fee : from £12 with EHU

Reviews  ↓

Peace and quiet

Great cl well kept great toilet & swimming pool,also option for wifi.

Peace and quiet

We have just arrived from a lovely week at this site. We stayed on the sea view pitch was brilliant lovely view. It is only 10 minute walk to beach from site and a ten minute drive to Tywyn can walk or cyckle. Went on the steam train from Tywyn lovely day out nice little cafés in Tywnyn and yes a couple of shops to buy food. We used the pool which was lovely as there was only ever me and wife nice after walking in the hills. Not far from second largest Mountain which we also climbed. Brill week will definatley be back soon


Brilliant site

This site is easy to find, just opposite the large house on the road in. Road is narrow in places. Entrance way may be a bit tight in a larger unit, but we had no problem in a motorhome. Despite no hardstanding and the ground being soft we had no problems, that is we did not get stuck. For £12 a night with electric and toilet, the site is brilliant. We had a nice welcome from 'Graham' who was very informative. The loo is probably the most original we have seen, whilst there is a door, there is no window, which meant it was always lovely and fresh and had a good view. There is a swimming pool on site, for which there is a charge. You can cycle out of the site to Tywyn, a town not that picturesque, where there are shops. On the way is a railway station to go to Birmingham (or so it said) Alternatively walk behind the site and trundle up into the hills. This is a site that is at it's best in good weather. We would go again and would recommend it for peace and quiet, it was pitch black at night, with the hoot of owls.

Nice site shame about the location

The site is lovely if a little tired and untidy - work still in progress but the entrance was difficult with building rubbish etc.- and very peaceful but so far from anywhere. We had to walk our dog alongside the road as there was nowhere else to go. Food shopping was a problem as even in Tywyn there is one supermarket Co-op and on the Saturday I visited this there were no potatoes at all to be had and no other source in the town. The roads to get to and from this site was difficult - we had to wait 20 minutes and follow the refuse collection and even when leaving had great difficulty in getting to main roads (most of the A roads are "secondary A Roads"). Meeting a huge Tonka toy 1.7 miles from Dolgellau posed a half hour delay with traffic both behind him and us tailing back and had to reverse - not a lot of happy tourists then. Be prepared - do not expect supermarkets or even food shops to have any selection of goods even in local towns!!

Comment from Club:

Many thanks for leaving a review. We have had a report from a member to advise that there are 3 supermarkets in Tywyn: a Co-op, a Spar and an independent. We hope this helps for future reference and visits.




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Directions : Coming from the South on the A493, take the second left turning in Rhoslefain, signposted Tonfanau. If coming from the North along the A493, take the first right turning on entry to Rhoslefain. Proceed down the road towards the sea for about 1 mile. Entrance to the CL is clearly signed on the left hand side, opposite a large house. Call on arrival and park up on reserved pitch.