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You can’t beat a good bit of Welsh tranquillity. An odd statement, maybe, but visit our Beddgelert campsite and you’ll soon agree. Beddgelert epitomises tranquillity. Just take a moment and absorb your surroundings. Take in the rich hues, the spectacular mountains, the sweeping forest and breathe in the air. Everyday life will soon become a distant memory.
Beddgelert is a stunning forest campsite providing all who camp here a completely relaxed, away-from-it-all holiday. Set amongst green conifer and broadleaf trees there are 195 pitches to choose from - most amongst the trees, but with others offering a more open camping experience, where stunning mountain views will delight all who occupy them. 

Of course the unique surroundings aren’t the only attractions of Beddgelert campsite. The site sits within the stunning Snowdonia National Park, which covers 2,170km2 of North Wales. 

A 10-minute drive from site will deliver you right to the foot of the National Park's star attraction – Snowdon. The more energetic may prefer to walk. From site to the mountain is around five miles through the forest before you meet the Rhyd Ddu path - just make sure you know how you’re getting back!

Snowdonia provides countless opportunities for cycling and walking offering wonderful views of the coast and countryside.

Closer to the Beddgelert campsite, Beddgelert Forest, covering 700ha of Snowdonia, has plenty of opportunities for outdoor pursuits – and you can get access them all directly from camp.

A spacious site made cosy by the forest, Beddgelert simply is tranquillity. It’s family holidays, short breaks, romantic getaways and outdoor retreats all rolled into one.

Book online today for your forest experience!

 

Facilities available at Beddgelert Campsite, Snowdonia

Beddgelert campsite is suitable for all campers (including dogs), with facilities including toilets, showers, dishwashing, chemical toilet disposal, laundry, a children’s play area and more.

For campers and caravanners with televisions, please note that there is limited TV signal on-site.

Directions to Beddgelert

From the M6 North and M62 North East

  • Follow the M56 (W) and join the M53 (S).
  • At the end of the motorway, join the A55 and follow this road until it joins the A487 towards Caernarfon.
  • Follow the A487 until it meets the A4085.
  • The campsite is located on your right, 12 miles along the A4085. If you arrive at Beddgelert village, you have missed the turning.


From Birmingham and the South

  • Follow the M6 and join the M54. At the end of the motorway, take the A5 to Shrewsbury.
  • Follow the A5 around Shrewsbury and join the A458 heading West.
  • At the end of the A458 join the A470 (N&W) and then the A487 to Porthmadog.
  • Join the A498.
  • Follow the A498 as it merges northwards into the A4085.
  • The site is on your left a few miles along the A4085.

Please take care. The roads around Beddgelert are narrow but are passable with caravans if taken with caution. It’s worth the journey!


Public transport at Beddgelert

Bus

Nearest stop: Just outside the site on the main road Gwynedd public transport – Snowdon Sherpa for all round the Snowdon area Day Tickets Adults £4.00 Children £2.00.
Runs from 29.03.2010 – 04.09.2010

For more information visit: www.travelinecymru.info

From Caernarfon Bus Station - Beddgelert campsite stop
Service no: S4
Provider: Padarn Bus Ltd 

From Porthmadog - Beddgelert campsite stop
Service no: 97 
Provider: Padarn Bus Ltd


Train

Welsh Highland Railway (narrow gauge railway). The Nearest stop is on site, runs from Porthmadog to Caernarfon.

For more information visit www.festrail.co.uk

Nearest train station is Porthmadog approx. 9 miles (Raileas)
www.travelinecymru.info

Visit www.travelinecymru.info to gain access to all the information on travelling throughout Wales on Trains, coaches and buses.
Snowdonia is the outdoor enthusiast’s mecca offering boundless opportunity for excitement, adventure and entertainment.

Here's a selection of the things you can see and do during your stay at our Beddgelert campsite. 
 
Snowdon Mountain Railway
Caffi Gwynant
Cafe Glandwr and Glaslyn Ices
Bounce Below


For even more things to do in Snowdonia, including walking routes, visit this page.

Prices From
£13.50 per night (Two Adults)

At a Glance

  • Toilets and showers available
  • 195 pitches
  • Hardstanding available
  • Rally field available
  • Pets welcome
  • On-site shop with hot food takeaway service
  • Open all year
  • View our pricing guide

Contact Details

Beddgelert Campsite, Snowdonia Beddgelert Gwynedd LL55 4UU
01766 890288
Read this before you go
I just spent Easter Weekend at the Bedgellert campsite in Wales. The one with the railway that goes through the campsite. I have to say the campsite itself, is great, it is clean, tidy, spread out over many different levels, some under trees, some in the open, most with adequate space for a motorhome, electrics and plenty of top up water taps. The downside of this place is the staff. I have never found a campsite that has staff who are incapable of helping you. The booking site states "if you are delayed or will arrive later than expected ring the campsite direct and someone will arrange to meet you". This translates to IF YOU ARRIVE AND IT'S DARK, YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED ONTO THE SITE. ALSO YOU CANNOT HAVE A REFUND!!. I found this unacceptable as it does not state this on the booking form. Despite arguing the point, the man at the reception simply said NO Refund. I asked if he would transfer my lost night to the end of the weekend to stay an extra night, again he said NO. basically it cost me ?30 to sleep in a layby. On arrival, 4 staff were available, I was told to GO LOOK FOR A SPACE. no help whatsoever, with a huge motorhome, (8m) I navigated around the fully booked site, around trees, dead ends, tents and campers and kids, looking for the "reserved space" that I had booked 2 months earlier. in the end I gave up and parked myself on the largest space available which was reserved for SELECT customers with a picnic table. I figure that since I paid ?30 already for nothing, I deserved the picnic table. I asked about an easter egg hunt for the kids over the weekend, I was given a 5 minute lecture on the "costs of the staffing and lack of money by the forestry commission and lack of rangers blah blah blah. basically no fun arranged for the hundreds of kids around. (I arranged my own easter egg hunt for my son). ps the shop is useless. I needed urgent childrens paracetamol and they did not have anything at all. Take your own supplies if you want any.
Review by: Sonia Bradley
Fantastic
We have just returned from a 2 week stay at the Beddgelert site and found the staff very welcoming and accomodating. We booked three separate units as there were 13 of us in total 2 Caravans and a Tent. We were able to select an area where we were all close enough together and thoroughly enjoyed our holiday. This was our 2nd visit to Beddgelert and our friends 1st. We all agreed the staff were great and the facilities perfectly adequate for our needs. Also a big bonus for North Wales SUNSHINE for the majority of our stay. Thank You.
Review by: Paul Taylor
Wet, muddy, miserable, boring, run down. Just stay at home!!
The site was much more run down than we were expecting, huge potholes on all the roads, bins overflowing, all the pitches we could see were basically muddy puddles. We only had one week off this year as we run our own business and I can honestly say I would have rather been at work. Unless your a fan of trudging around in the rain there is really very little to do here. You could go on the train if you like, but at nearly ?100 for a family of four, you might not want to fork out that much. They sell pizza on site which are advertised as available up till 8pm, on our first night my wife went to order some pizzas as it was such an nightmare trying to pitch our awning in the pouring rain we didn't have time to go to the supermarket, she was however told at 7:17 you need to give 45 minutes notice so we had to leave the site to go and find somewhere else to buy food from. It rained every day, when there was the occasional break in the rain you would see a few people wade out of their puddles only to return 5 minutes later as there is simply nothing to do here. The highlight of our stay was washing and drying our clothes. No phone signal, no TV reception, no Wifi, no kids club, no entertainment, no atmosphere. It was the most tedious, boring, stressful week of my life. We hated it, the children were bored stiff. Thankfully we did leave the site on a few occasions, if you drive for an hour in any direction there is something to do, but the reprieve is short lived when you have to return to Mordor. Thankfully we came to our senses and left early (which was what most other people seemed to be doing as well). I also overheard the staff mocking a customer who had 'the nerve' to mention the potholes, they were laughing about him and putting on silly voices while they took turns in repeating the paying customers concerns about the state of the roads. Simply terrible. If you like to get back to nature this much - just sleep rough in your local park for free. We will never be back
Review by: Cieran Moore

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