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We stayed in the pop-up Tommy Yurt for 2 nights in June 2017. We were welcomed by the friendly staff of the camping, who showed us around the site. When we arrived at the yurt we were surprised by the large size of it. We...More
I have joined Trip Advisor just to write a review of this place as we felt it was outstanding in every way. So many times we have booked accommodation which looks great online but then in reality does not live up to its online boasts....More
I am not one of those people that normally leaves reviews, this will be our first, but felt I had to share this wonderful place with everyone.
We have just returned from a wonderful few days at the slate shed and stayed in the Bran...More
We camped in the "secluded camping field" last night, and wish we could stay for a week!
Dig met us as we pulled up reception and gave us the most warm and friendly welcome. He was obviously having a busy day, but dropped everything to...More
We had four nights in the small yurt from 29th May and were so happy with everything! The service and greeting on arrival was welcoming and friendly. The yurt itself was bigger than i had expected and really was perfect for 2. It felt secluded...More
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Hi, just wondered how easy people find it to find somewhere to eat in the evenings? Is there anywhere within easy walking distance in the evenings?
I know there are plenty of places in the area but wondered how many are easily reached on foot and whether it is safe I.e. proper paths/pavements/well lit, to be able to stroll back to the slate shed in the nights?
15 November 2014|
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Hi! There is a pub along the disused railway one on the way to Dolgellau but we did not eat there. There is also a fancy hotel restaurant half way along the road. The railway is lovely and well surfaced but it's a bit of a... More
Hi! There is a pub along the disused railway one on the way to Dolgellau but we did not eat there. There is also a fancy hotel restaurant half way along the road. The railway is lovely and well surfaced but it's a bit of a hike to get back up to the b and b afterwards especially if under the influence! We ate in Dolgellau, walking in once and getting a taxi back. Nowhere on your doorstep, I am afraid but taxis are easy to organise. I hope that this helps. Have fun! Julie hart