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What can i say... this site is lovely. Unfortunately the weather was awful. We asked for a hard standing ground. We got 1 but from experience I woudnt call it hard standing. With the rain we had the awning the next day was soaking. Seaped...More
Lovely morning stroll although rather wet underfoot - had the most amazing view of Anglesey and the Snowdonia Range when we got to the top - However pick a less windy day as at the top it was very windy
My partner and I went on a 9 mile walk, which took us close to Mynydd Bodafon. Thought we would venture up. Easy to follow path. No scrabbling. Great views from the top. We'd recommend in good weather.
This place is amazing. Historically a copper mining area now left with a huge 'hole in the ground' which was dug out by hand. The colours are amazing - hence better in sunshine. There are information boards. You are unlikely to find anywhere else so...More
This site could be fantastic - it was disappointing. Although the location was beautiful we were on a field with three very visible and high manholes which were very hazardous. The covers were loose so would be a worry if you had little kids and...More
Camped on the field in the middle of this caravan park for almost 10 days... very lucky with the weather which helps reviews of anywhere!
For a park this big it really surprised me at the lack of facilities on site - no shop, no...More
Staying at Tyn y Mynydd near Mynydd Bodafon we both walked and drove through. It is so pretty with the pond and the rugged gorse and heather covered hill tops. One day we watched a pair of stonechats going about their business on the heather,...More