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I'll start with the positives as this could be such a lovely site. There are stunning views of the lake, well looked after toilet and shower facilities and good access to the lake for kayaks/boats. There is a little shop on site but bala town...More
**WARNING** The owner of this campsite is very rude and aggressive. Without introducing herself she started rudely integrating me about what caravan I was using. On another occasion she started shouting at my children for wasting water. A normal person would talk to the parents...More
If you want peace and quiet then this is for you, we went there for the fishing having read that there was plenty of fish to be had, there isnt! A few perch down by the boat yard, absolutely rubbish,, the few anglers there will...More
We come here Monday to Friday it was brilliant the staff were friendly and camping next to the lake was lovely
It's a lovely kept site with a park showers toilets wash area laundry room and water sports on your door step
You need to ignore the negative reviews regarding this site.
This was only our second trip with our caravan and kayaks and we had a wonderful time. If you own a paddle board, kayak or sailing dinghy then this place is fantastic.
Upon arrival we...More
Response from meganwyn | Property representative |
If you interested in watersports and have children, this is the place for you, most caravan pitches have lake view. The shallow bay at Glanllyn is safe for children to paddle, canoe or use inflatables, there is a small... More
If you interested in watersports and have children, this is the place for you, most caravan pitches have lake view. The shallow bay at Glanllyn is safe for children to paddle, canoe or use inflatables, there is a small charge by Snowdonia National park to put a canoe on the lake - £3.50 per day or £10 per week,