Attractions, Accommodation, Caravans / Campsites / Glamping, Self Catering in Nr Blaenau
Cae Gwyn Farm Holidays
Located right next to Coed y Brenin Trails, Cae Gwyn Farm Holidays offers camping, a camping barn and self-catering accommodation.
Set in the heart of Snowdonia National Park and with stunning views of the Rhinog Mountains, Cae Gwyn Farm provides flexible accommodation and promises to deliver a holiday you’ll struggle to forget. So whatever your preference – Cae Gwyn Farm can make your stay as comfortable as possible. With three fields to choose from, all with a view of the Rhinog Mountains there is plenty of space for everyone. Fantastic camping facilities available. Traditionally stone built barn with 4 comfortable bedrooms, each with an en-suite shower room. Ground floor room allowing disabled access. Sleeps 10. The Camping Barn is equipped with 10 basic camp beds, chair and pillow.
“When it was young, with its canopy of green, and a nesting place for little birds, among its evergreen.” D.Harris.
If you are looking for somewhere extra special as a temporary nesting place for you, and your little ones, Cae Gwyn Farm offers a selection of ravishing options to choose from. With sublime views over the Rhinog Mountains, the Farm is situated at the very centre of Snowdonia National Park and a mere mile away from Coed y Brenin Forest, popular for mountain biking. Guests return like homing pigeons to this unspoilt idyll, to enjoy the peace and happy vibe, with a whole range of nearby activities such as; Watersports/Fishing and enchanting walks through dazzling landscapes. Offering spacious areas for Camping/Camping Barn and immaculate, superb self-catering accommodation, which includes a traditionally stone-built Hayloft, with 4 en-suite rooms including an easy access ground floor. So enjoy your nest with exceptional views!
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