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Edward & Megan run a very clean and safe campsite, with the most beautiful scenery. Both are professional and kind and go the extra mile to help you! easy access in to Bala and Chester is only 30 miles away there is a Michelin restaurant...More
Me and partner visited last year and had an amazing time. The site is well looked after and the toilets and and shower's were very clean and the showers lasted a good amount of time and was always hot. Meg was amazing she waiting for...More
I have visited this site twice, second time being easter bank hol weekend. The location is fantastic and the views are spectacular. Staff very friendly and helpful. The only downside was with the campsite being relatively full we were put on a grass pitch, and...More
Me my wife and my little man Dexter spent Easter weekend on this fantastic little gem of a camp site. The location is fantastic. The facilities were spotless. Right on the edge of the lake with water sports on site. Waking up to the fantastic...More
We arrived at the site late on the Saturday afternoon after visiting the local waterfalls. The staff were very helpful and advised us on the pitches available.
There are plenty of electric hook ups,toilets and showers and a small shop on site which is located...More
I hope,you don't mind me messaging you, but it seems like you might be a good person to,ask given the amount of time you have been to Glanllyn.
We are really interest in staying there for,a week in August. We have two children who will be 11 and 13 and are both sociable. We have inflatable canoes/paddle boards and sail and windsurf - we are all water babies and like back to basic fun and self entertainment whilst away.
I wondered if there are generally other children here? Also do you know where might the best place to be with a caravan and awning to get good views of the lake, are there pitch numbers? I have looked on Google Earth but I'm not sure where might give lake views. Finally do you know how much it costs to go on the lake and is there anywhere to hire any equipment there?
27 February 2016|
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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,
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"Pitch tent in middle plot of land, flat ground away from river and insects."