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From £15/€17.31/A$24.62/US$18.77/CA$25.06/CHF18.56/kr165.38/kr129.31/kr158.90/kr2,083/$295.28/$12,500/PEN60.98/NZ$26.64/R233.28/zł74.04/R$58.39/Kč468.75/RSD2,143 (for 1 night, 2 adults)

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  • Rural, back to nature site in southern Snowdonia
  • Spectacular views of the Dovey Estuary and the hills of mid-Wales
  • Near Cader Idris and the golden beaches of Aberdovey and Borth/Ynyslas

Sitting pretty at the southernmost point of Snowdonia National Park, there’s really s’no escaping the back-to-nature goodness of Gwerniago Campsite, which also happens to be a working farm.

Whether you want a great location, a cracking public house or a good old-fashioned field where you can light your own off-ground campfire (and buy the wood you need on site too), pitching up at Gwerniago will tick plenty of boxes.

Cycling, river walks and an array of outdoorsy activities will entertain around the Dyfi Valley, but the real winners at Gwerniago Campsite are the youngsters (although we’re sure the big kids will enjoy getting stuck in just as much).

The Cool Camping Kids book voted the site one of the top five in the country when it comes to things to see and do for children. From rides on Sophie the pony and chances to help feed the lambs in season, to the wooded play area complete with tree swing, this place is fit for any little explorer.

Strollers and avid hikers alike will be in their element at these rural digs, as will twitchers. Close to the RSPB’s Ynyshir reserve (home of the BBC’s Springwatch in past years), grab your binoculars to spot the red kites overhead and keep a beady eye out for the Dyfi osprey nest which you can spy from the campsite.

As well as the clean and modern facilities on site, which include a shower and loo block with solar-provided hot water (backed up by electric), new wooden footboards and nifty timed lighting to keep in line with the site’s eco-friendly policies, other touches added by the Welsh-speaking farming family owners to make your stay even more comfortable include free access to a small kitchen with a fridge/freezer, washing-up sinks and a phone charger point.

The farm is within walking distance of Pennal village for those who fancy a posh bite at the local hotel's Michelin restaurant.

Please note

The site does not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act.

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Party: 2 adults


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Terms and conditions

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

Dogs must be kept on leads and supervised at all times.
The site does not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act.
The site does not accept breeds/crossbreeds of Staffordshire terrier, pit bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, Rottweiler, any Mastiff or Tosa.

Kites and other flying objects are not permitted.
Quiet hours must be respected between 11pm and 7am.
Radio, music and TV players must be kept at a low volume. Car doors and boots must be closed quietly.
The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.

Barbecues are permitted but must be raised off the ground and attended by an adult at all times.

Additional terms

Report to the farmhouse on arrival, before entering the camping field.

Consideration must be given to the privacy and space of neighbouring tents.

Gwerniago is a working farm. Please do not approach the farm dogs as they are working dogs.

Tents and gazebos must be securely pegged down at all times.

We allow campfires and wood can be purchased on site. No wood must be taken from the surrounding woodland.