The entrance to the site looks rather grand and is quite welcoming. It is a large site spread over several acres around a meandering river. There is a shop near to reception that supplies useful household items and food but at slightly inflated prices - electricity cards can also be purchased there; we bought a £10 card but didn't end up using it so left it in situ. Next to the shop is a bistro where you can sit and eat or take food away; we didn't use it so I can't pass opinion on the quality of food. There is also a large swimming pool and a small play area across the road from the shop but again we didn't use the facility. There is a large bar next to the pool where there is regular evening entertainment, another facility we didn't use. If you stay over a Bank Holiday weekend be prepared not to be able to park close to a cabin. Something that wasn't presented in the adverts relates to how careful you need to be about what electrical items are used at the same time. Apparently blowing the fuse incurs a cost of £40 to replace it. There is free Wi-Fi but unless your plot is near to the shop area, it's worse than useless as is the phone signal (Vodaphone anyway). Caernarfon is easy walking distance from the site, although not a continuous footpath, and the castle is definitely worth the walk (lovely views from the towers). I chose this location as most places we wanted to visit were within one hours drive (Llanberis, Zip World, Anglesey, Porthmadog, Great Orme, Beddgelert). Overall a nice enough site but I'm not sure it would be top of my list for next year.
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