Aberdaron | Cefn Hedog Campsite

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Cefn Hedog Campsite

Pwllheli, North Wales, LL53 8HL

Aberdaron Touring Site the Perfect Place to Pitch Your Tent

A Fun Filled Camping Getaway:

There is something magical about setting up a tent and looking forward to sizzling sausages and bacon cooking in the great outdoors and anticipating breakfast. How relaxing just to sit quietly outside under bright stars on a clear night. Today's camping equipment makes camping easier and more pleasurable than ever. Cefn Hedog is a family run Camping and Touring Park near Aberdaron, on five acres of land where you can wake up in the morning to views of the coast and the Irish sea, wonderful Welsh countryside and the Snowdonia Mountains.

Whether you are a local of North Wales or one of the many visitors who come to the Lleyn Peninsula from far beyond its borders, you are in the presence of absolute beauty. The Lleyn Peninsula offers anyone with adventure in their hearts an action-packed getaway. Cefn Hedog Camping and Touring allow you to enjoy in a relatively economical way a brilliant holiday and to make the most of what nature can offer you.

Set in a fantastic location near the seaside resorts of North Wales with a wealth of attractions in the area, Cefn Hedog is highly sought after by its very location; just three miles from the fishing village of Aberdaron on the western tip of the Llyn Penninsula in Gwynedd. Tourists will love the charming village where fresh produce can be bought, and restaurants serve the freshest seafood. There are some interesting gift shops, book shops, pubs, bakery, and cafes, and a popular beach known as Whistling Sands is also close by.

Escape the Crowds and Embrace Peace and Quiet:

Cefn Hedog Caravan and Camping Site near Aberdaron is a place where you can revel in the sheer splendor of nature. Take a picnic breakfast or lunch to Mynydd Mawr where there is a picnic site with magnificent views of Ynys Enlli or pull on your walking shoes; there is the splendid coastal path along the rugged coastline which will enthrall hikers and walkers. There is so much to see and do that you may well decide to leave this wonderful sanctuary a lot later than you anticipated.

North Wales is blessed to have heaps of places where the plant- and animal kingdoms are held in high regard and this particular North Wales camp site is one of these. The beaches on the Llyn Peninsula are wonderfully clean and children will have a whale of a time exploring the rocks and coves. Maritime history lovers will enjoy finding out about the many shipwrecks around the Aberdaron Coast caused by some treacherous offshore currents. Sports lovers are also in for a treat, and if it's not golfing just a short drive away, then there are good surfing beaches, and sailing and boating are other worthwhile pursuits.

Bardsey Island is a Must See:

There are a number of cruise trips along the coast to see the dolphins and seals as well as trips to the Holy Island of Bardsey, with its Church and lighthouse, this ancient island is some 3km off the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula and spectacular day trips promise to be riveting. You can stay on the island but it is always booked well in advance so day trips are the next best thing. For nature lovers looking for peace, tranquillity and natural beauty, you don't get better than this.

Site Facilities:

Electric Hook-ups

Metered showers

Ladies/family room shower

Pot washing area for campers with hot water

Fridge/freezer for ice packs, milk, beers etc

A mown path around a four-acre field for dog walking

Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and please poop-a-scoop


Separate camping field

Washing area with hot water for pots and pans

Football pitch for children

A Highly Recommended Campsite a Rest from the Rat Race:

Camping holidays in North Wales should be on everybody's bucket list. In our rushed, mad world, taking time to go camping to a site like Cefn Hedog provides one with the chance to restore and rejuvenate. This touring park near Aberdaron is particularly popular because it is so close to all the things you count as important: natural beauty, golden beaches and fascinating villages and towns, while still being able to feel like you are part of nature.

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Thank You.

Contact John and Judy Bowen