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- Peaceful Llyn Peninsula site on the corner of Porth Neigwl surf beach
- On the Wales Coast Path and 15 minutes’ drive to Abersoch
- A 20-minute drive from the northern beaches of Porthor, Porth Iago
It may sit at the corner of a beach that translates from Welsh into 'Hell’s Mouth', but guests tend to reckon Treheli Farm Campsite is definitely on the heavenly side… and with its sweeping views out over the water from a setting on a flat ledge a few hundred feet above sea level, it's hard not to agree.
Stretching on for four miles, Porth Neigwl is the fab beach in question, a firm fave of surfers for wave conditions the park's owners claim are ‘truly delinquent’. And even if you're not up for getting thrown about in the water, this sandy stretch of shoreline on the stunning Llyn Peninsula is also a sublime spot for sunbathers as it's sheltered from southwesterly winds.
Spend days down on this lush bay rockpooling, racing about and rushing into the water before puffing back up the hill to catch the sun going down from a prime position... right on the edge of this hillside site where it's more about peace and quiet than mod cons.
Treheli is also well placed for touring the Llyn Peninsula and the rest of Gwynedd: from the site you can go off on seaside roams along a trail that’s part of the Wales Coast Path running around the whole of the country.
If strolling isn’t your main activity of choice, Abersoch is a 15-minute drive for surf rental shops and a sailing school with powerboating, paddleboarding, kayaking and yachting; this busy resort is also where to wander for international food with noshing spots ranging from Thai restaurants to Welsh delis.
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Excellent site with some of the best views in the UK and great facilit
Field site right next to the beach
Excellent site, wonderful views, clean facilities,
Highly recommend - beautiful!
Come prepared!!! Narrow roads to negotiate and no shops locally.
Great location and views
Mark (site manager) is a lovely person, really accommodating and …
Leisure on park
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on park
Car parking by site/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Barbecue grills allowed
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Electric car charging point(s)
No drinkable water point
No hot water
No running water
Propane/gas cylinders available
Dog walk nearby
Public transportation nearby
Small (11-25 sites)
- Coach stations
— 15.0 kilometres
15.0 kilometres Brynbachau — 20.6 kilometres
20.6 kilometres Brynbachau — 20.7 kilometres
- Train stations
Pwllheli Rail Station
— 15.1 kilometres
15.1 kilometres Abererch Rail Station — 18.2 kilometres
18.2 kilometres Penychain Rail Station — 20.5 kilometres
- Ferry ports
Aberdaron Ferry Landing
— 7.0 kilometres
7.0 kilometres Bardsey Island Ferry Landing — 14.4 kilometres
14.4 kilometres Barmouth Ferry Landing — 39.8 kilometres
— 48.1 kilometres
Take the A499 from Pwllheli towards Abersoch. At Abersoch, take the road signposted to Llangian, then follow the lane towards Rhiw. Treheli is on the old coast road.
While you might want to stick to swanning about Porth Neigwl for the whole of your hol in north Wales, other beaches on the Llyn Peninsula are also top for touring: try the curvy bay of Porthor (also known as Whistling Sands) a 20-minute drive away and pretty Porth Iago cove (20 minutes) on the northern coast for starters before driving eastwards to cute and compact Criccieth for its castle ruins and memorable views out over the coast.
You can also steer away from the water towards Glasfryn Parc in the lush green hinterlands for bowling, wakeboarding, archery and a soft play area to suit smaller small sorts or drive 35 minutes to Yr Eifl carpark for family walks up to the peninsula’s highest peak.
Older travellers – not to mention Italy aficionados – will appreciate visits to Portmeirion a 50-minute drive away for a Positano-style village built over the course of 50 years by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis full of colourful houses and posh eateries.
- Criccieth Castle (27.6 kilometres)
- CADW - Harlech Castle (34.2 kilometres)
- Welsh Highland Railway (Porthmadog) (34.4 kilometres)
- Plas yn Rhiw (0.4 kilometres)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- Does Treheli Farm Campsite have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Treheli Farm Campsite dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Treheli Farm Campsite? While you might want to stick to swanning about Porth Neigwl for the whole of your hol in north Wales, other beaches on the Llyn Peninsula are also top for touring: try … Read more
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