The centre is located in the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy, which is located five miles north of Barmouth and five miles south of Harlech in the county of Gwynedd (Merioneth) Mid-Wales.
We are situated between the main road through the village and the beach.
The sea is visible from the camping centre and is reached by a short walk down a lane across the 'Morfa' (a flat stretch of sandy land, ending in sand dunes). The beach faces the Irish Sea and is a long sandy beach with a large National Nature Reserve within its widespread sand dunes.
Most will travel by road, with the centre a two minutes drive from the main A496 coast road that passes through the village.
Take the turning towards the railway station (opposite the village post office), cross the railway crossing, pass the Cadwgan Inn down the lane. We are on the right hand side just before Rhinog Park holiday park.
The camping centre is also easily accessible via train. Dyffryn Ardudwy train station is situated adjacent to the centre, on the Cambrian Coast line between Pwllheli and Machynlleth and there is a direct train from Birmingham New Street making it easily accessible for people across the country.
There are many local places to visit, including Harlech Castle, slate mines and the highest point in Wales (and England), Mount Snowdon.
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