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Gwel-Y-Mor Review – 3400-SKC

Gwel-Y-Mor Review – 3400-SKC

Onsite Facilities & Activities

Gwel-y-Mor is a friendly camp site and touring park with a relaxed atmosphere. The campsite is situated one mile from the popular village of Abersoch on the Llyn Peninsula, only a 10 minute walk from the beautiful beach below The Warren. The park is very popular with families during the school holidays and due to out of holiday discounts and great facilities it is popular with those looking for a relaxing holiday at quieter times. Our facilities include:

Shower and toilet facilities, shower and toilet facilities for disabled persons, Chemical disposal points. All 75 serviced pitches have electric and running water, a number of pitches have hard standings and drainage. The local bus service runs to the main market town of Pwllheli and Abersoch. Local tax services run regularly from the site. On site wardens, calor and camping gas sold, dishwashing room, launderette, childrens play area and boat park.
Onsite Photo - Gwel-Y-Mor


We have 75 fully serviced pitches, and we accept touring caravans, motorhomes and tents of most sizes
Accommodation Photo - Gwel-Y-Mor

Local Area

There are many miles of stunning beaches and coastal walks on the Llyn peninsula. For those wanting to take the children to the nearest sandy beach, the Warren beach is a 10 minute walk. For those wanting to travel to other beaches of Llyn or the walkers amongst you please check out the local tourist information or Snowdonia National Park.

Abersoch village has a vibrant night life for all ages with many restaurants and bars. During the season the village hosts the Wakestock Festival,, Jazz Festival, dingy week and much more. Off the beach at Abersoch you can learn to sail, windsurf and surf. Those of you with experience can hire boards and boats.

Regular fishing trips leave the beach twice a day. There are more serious trips to Bardsey Island that run from the Marina at Pwllheli. Further afield in the small market towns of Pwllheli and Porthmadog, you can find the traditional markets held once a week as well as a cinema, 10 pin bowling, go carting, quad piking, archery and a leisure centre. For the golfers we have 7 courses within 15 minutes drive as well as a driving range 5 miuntes up the road at Llanbedrog. In the wider area you could visit Caernarfon, Harlech and Criccieth, take in the signts of Anglesey, or take a ride on the famous narrow guage railway at Ffestiniog. The area is renowned for its scenery and natural beauty and there are plenty of activities and attactions for all

Prices and Availability

Please contact the site directly for up-to-date prices and availability.

Contact Details

Telephone: 01758 713131



Pitch Types
Static Caravans

Size: small
Price Range: budget
Atmosphere: lively
Facilities & Amenities: basic
Dogs Allowed: Yes

Disabled Friendly

Features & Facilities

electric hookup
chemical disposal point
shower facilities
Hardstanding pitches


Near beach



City/Town: Pwllheli
County: Gwynedd
Country: Wales
Postcode: LL53 7UD

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