Campsites in Wales

Pembrokeshire

St Justinian – Our legs were tired and a chap in a cafe had told us about this campsite, so we decided to stop for the night.  It had wonderful views and you could watch the sunset over Ramsay Island.  I think this is the only campsite I’ve been to where the showers are so beautifully hot that I had to turn them down!… unfortunately I don’t know it’s name, but it’s here.

Newport – Morawelon

Snowdonia

Site:       Camping-in-Llanberis

Fires/firewood *** (£6/bag, didn’t burn well, but flexible firepits & big bags of wood.)

Toilets:  ***

Showers:***   (Hot, reasonably clean, but cost £1)

Rules:   ***

Amenities:    ***** (Near village with a SPAR, Pete’s Eats & The Heights pub.)

Flatness of pitches:  **

Group friendliness:   ****

Attractions:  *****  (At the base of Snowdon & lots of nearby attractions.)

Other facilities: Freezer, washing up facilities, washing machines.

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