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Bwlchgwyn Campsite


We recommend a camera as essential packing for a stay at Bwlchgwyn Campsite. Or a paintbox if you’re of the artistic variety: the views here of the Llyn Peninsula will have you setting up your easel before you can say Bwlchgwyn. Known as the Land’s End of Wales, this corner of the country has a heritage coastline, crags, cliffs and coves, and long stretches of beach to snap or paint at. Or have a picnic – we’re fans of the leisurely picnic around scenic sites.

Bwlchgwyn Campsite is based on a sheep and beef farm with views of Bardsey Island from nearby Anelog Mountain, and is a short stroll from the award-winning and sheltered sandy beach at Aberdaron Bay (did we mention picnics?). Pitches are level with optional electric hook-up, and there are clean loos and free showers on site.

For food, Aberdaron village has pubs, cafés, a grocery store and a bakery, with the Llyn Peninsula capital and market town Pwllheli around thirty minutes’ away.

Please note

No single-sex groups of 4 or more people allowed on the site.

Arrive:Thu 7 Mar 2013
Depart:Sat 9 Mar 2013 (2 nights)
Party:2 adults


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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the terms and conditions.

We are a quiet family site. If you want to party late into the night this is not the site for you.

No single-sex groups of 4 or more people allowed on the site.