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We stayed in a lodge up the hill for 2 nights. Lodge was spacious and had everything you needed for cooking. Shower was fantastic. Was just shocked though you have to put £1 coins in the meter for shower and sockets but does last well....More
Stopped off after 30 miles away walking and all the staff were interested in was payment before you could even take your back pack off. Penny pinching venue in my opinion £1 for a shower £3 for the internet. Breakfast bap was nice and accommodation...More
As usual enjoyed the wigwams but could do with some improvements there should me at least one midge net on one of the windows so it can be opened at night as wigwam can get stuffy paying for wi fi is a waste of time...More
The place is easy to find and we buy wood for the night to have barbecue. The Wigwam we stay is warm and have fridge included. Kitchen and lavatories are free to use. We bought some stuff with us (food and utensils) and just buy...More
Just back from a couple of nights at this sites. Stayed in wigwam which I was very impressed with as I think we were lucky and got one of the newer ones. A couple of things that would make it perfect would be a kettle...More
There's Tyndrum Inn Restaurant which serves fresh food and Deli Breakfast across the road. Beside the restaurant is the tourist info of things to do in surrounding area. Lots of outdoor activity but not sure about kids one... More
There's Tyndrum Inn Restaurant which serves fresh food and Deli Breakfast across the road. Beside the restaurant is the tourist info of things to do in surrounding area. Lots of outdoor activity but not sure about kids one. The Wigwam have farm animals which kids love to feed and also barbecue (marshmallows) which you can buy in their small shop.