Graig Wen in Snowdonia National Park is among the top three sites in Cool Camping Wales. We have also won a Green Snowdonia Award for most sustainable campsite.
Motorhomes, caravans and smaller tents can pitch safely on our peaceful 15-pitch touring site from March to December, where there are sweeping views over the Mawddach Estuary and surrounding mountains from some pitches and the communal benches. There is easy access to very clean washing facilities and two new, hot showers which are free.
You can walk down a steep track through our fields to the Mawddach Estuary cycle trail/footpath along the beautiful estuary. There is a pub about an hour's walk along this path or hire a bike from us.
There is direct access down a steep track through meadows and woodland to the Mawddach cycle trail along the estuary. The wildlife here is wonderful - regularly seen (or heard) on site are owls, buzzards, woodpeckers, wagtails and even nightjars.
We do not accept group bookings.
Check availability at Graig Wen…
Max. persons: 4x
Dimensions: Max 6.0m x 6.0m
Ground type: Hardstanding
6m x 6m level hardstanding pitch with optional 16-amp electric hook-up.
Awning included in the price. Sorry no gazebos or pup tents.
Max. persons: 2x
Yurt with a double futon bed. Includes lighting, rugs, sheepskins, Welsh blankets, wood burning stove, one basket of logs, a two-ring camping gas cooker and a full range of cooking pots, pans, plates and cutlery.
Please bring your own bedding, bed linen and towels. Check in from 3pm and check out noon.
There is a a campfire area outside the yurt.
Toilets, showers and washing facilities are a short walk down a track on the touring camp site. There are sockets and mirrors for hair drying.
Max. persons: 2x
Caban with a luxurious double futon bed with warm Welsh blankets.
We provide you with a basket of logs for the wood burning stove, a kit of crockery and cutlery.
In the hand made wooden Caban you are tucked away in a sunny corner with your own private camp fire area. It is fully insulated with 360-degree views of the dramatic Snowdonia scenery through glazed panels.
The Caban is sited in a grassy dell near our two yurts, hidden in a glade of silver birch and oak trees. It's about 100 metres walk down a leafy track to camping field where the showers and loos are located.
No dogs allowed.