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HAFOD DYWYLL FARM CAMPSITE

UPDATE 23/06/20.

At Friday's Welsh Government's Covid-19 update it was stated that SELF CONTAINED accommodation may be able to open from July 13th. 

THIS DOESN'T APPLY TO THIS CAMPSITE AS THE WASHROOM FACILITIES ARE SHARED.

WE WILL NOT BE TAKING ANY BOOKINGS UNTIL WE KNOW THAT WE CAN OPEN SAFELY AND LEGALLY.

Meanwhile we continue to send all our best wishes to our past and future campers, stay safe, follow guidelines and we look forward to seeing you soon.

The campsite at Hafod Dywyll farm has welcomed generations of campers who enjoy its informal atmosphere. It is a great place for informal "adventure" camping and relaxed family holidays.

With its river side location and fantastic views all around this is a great place to relax and enjoy the beautiful Welsh Countryside of Meirionydd. The farm has a plethora of footpaths to be explored, or you can enjoy the activities of a typical family run hill farm. The site is close to (but not to be confused with) the Kings Youth Hostel and under 5 miles from Dolgellau.  A ten minute drive will take you to the glorious sandy beach at Fairbourne and the minature steam railway. The seaside town of Barmouth is a 20 minute drive north. 

Suitable for tents, small caravans and camper vans. If you want to make a group booking arrangements can be made to use a different field.

The site has 4 toilets and 2 showers. The farm and campsite drinking water comes from a private water supply that is uv filtered and tested by the local Council. Please be aware that if there is a power failure the water should be boiled before drinking.

 Small campfires are allowed. The site is in a valley which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its Oak woodlands. Any cutting of wood is not allowed, however bags of logs are available at a very competitive price at the farm.

Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on a lead.

Contact: suehafod@hotmail.com

Tel: 01341 423444



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 View of the campsite from up river.
 
 
Campsite entrance.