Site & facilities .............
Merthyr Farm is a small, friendly, family run and family orientated campsite, with basic but well cared for facilities, in a quiet, peaceful location with outstanding panoramic views and spectacular sunsets.
Generous, grassy levelled and well-
14 electric hook-
Shower block with 4 WC’s, 2 family shower rooms and 1 individual shower. Plenty of
hot water -
Utility room with large double drainer sink, fridge and a fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer for guests use (small charge for washing machine and dryer).
All guest facilities are thoroughly cleaned several times a day.
Recycling bins and Elsan disposal.
BBQ’s and fireboxes allowed.
Fresh farm eggs at very reasonable rates.
Tesco’s will now deliver groceries to the campsite -
Up to 2 dogs per pitch are welcome -
Arrival/Departure Times -
For reviews go to www.ukcampsite.co.uk (opens a new window.)
Camping Rates 2017
Children 5 year + £3.00
Under 5’s -
25th May -
School Holiday (SH) dates 2017
25th May to June 4th
15th July to 2ndSeptember
Minimum charge for pitches with Electric Hook-
Booking is advisable for all intending to stay with us and is ESSENTIAL if you need
an electric hook-
A deposit of £10/night is required for EHU bookings for SH periods.
During SH’s, electric hook-
Any queries -
Harlech, Gwynedd Wales LL46 2TP
Tel (+44)01766 780897 or call/Text to 07779579225
“This site must surely have one of the best views of any campsite -
“Amazing quiet farm site with clean facilities and the most beautiful views”
“What a site! It was stunning, views outstanding and that was just looking out through the tent doorway … I could find no fault at all with the amenities, everything very clean and plenty of water pressure for the showers etc. We cannot imagine not coming here again.”
“A superb campsite on a working hill farm. The facilities are excellent -
“We have just returned from a week at Merthyr farm -
“We loved Merthyr Farm!
We have just returned from 10 fantastic nights and can't wait to go back! The views were amazing across the bay and on clear nights the stars were the brightest I've ever seen.”
“There's no children's play area, but you don't need one -