This was a four night, mid week break for three adults, the location having been selected for its proximity to Zipworld Velocity, tickets for which we had purchased in advance.
The accommodation is located on a working farm, next to the owners' home so there was a lot of activity but as we were out all day, this didn't bother us. The cats and dogs were particularly friendly. The caravan was pristine - both its fabric and its cleanliness. Everything that we might have needed for our stay was provided...and more, from milk to tea bags to shampoo. On our first evening, Tanya - the owner's daughter, even arrived with a fresh loaf of bread and a bottle of wine.
One member of our party somehow managed to break the shower head on the first morning, which had been replaced by the time we got back that evening.
We enjoyed a hill walk directly from the caravan, having been given directions by John who had welcomed us on arrival. We also completed a couple of more challenging walks; Snowdon via the Watkin Path (much quieter than most other routes to the summit) and a circular walk to Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach via the Devil's Kitchen.
Would recommend the Indian takeaway (Sitar) in Bethesda.
All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable and very comfortable stay. Thank you Andrea and family.
Excellent place and location really friendly people and loved the animals specially the cats and dogs big thanks to the Andrea will be back again