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'Bliss' - Caravan Club website review 09/09/16
"Just returned from a lovely relaxing break at this new CL. We had the whole field to ourselves but there is plenty of room for 5. Roy and Fay were very welcoming and told us of walks directly from the site down to the beach and to the forest. No noise or light pollution here which was pure bliss. Ps. the raspberries were absolutely lovely!"
'A new gem of a CL' - Caravan Club website review, 22/08/16
"We booked for 7 days and stayed 14 days – and that says it all – with the site being just what we wanted. The site is set back from a quiet country lane so you rarely hear more than nature’s noises and it’s far enough away from towns for there to be no light pollution. On three sides there are trees and shrubs and on the fourth side there’s a view of the distant sea through and over the hedge. The feeling of tranquillity is enhanced by sleepy sheep in an adjoining, fenced off field but they’re only there during the day because the lady who owns the sheep takes her pets home at night (yes, her husband told us, they really are kept as pets). The site is flat, big enough for 5 vans to not feel crowded, the electrics are 16w and we discovered, being at the site during the Olympics, there’s good TV reception. At the site you can buy home grown and reared produce and at other local smallholdings/farms there are similar foods and preserves on offer. The nearest biggish supermarket (Tesco) is a few miles away in Cardigan but we came across a few local stores to replenish essential items. Talking of essentials - an all year charity book sale is within a mile or so at Pea Pod Junction is worth a visit with many of their books appearing have never been opened. One caravan’s van had a fault and a mobile repair man came to the site a couple of times so there must be a local caravan repairer handy, if needed. A national footpath passes the site and this leads to many other marked and unmarked paths including, a short walk away, the Credigion Coastal path with its interesting and rugged views. Bays, beaches, caves, waterfalls and woods are all within easy walking reach but be warned if you venture to the Cwmtydu beach, it’s a very steep walk up the hill (perhaps that’s one trip to take your car). There are a few towns and places of interest a short drive away and if you wanted more there are others (including Lampeter, Cardigan, Aberaeron) that take a little longer to reach. When chatting, another caravaner he told us about the range of birds (including Red Kites, but aren’t they everywhere now!) that can be seen at the site and when on a coastal walk we saw seals and dolphins. We met many locals (and visitors) and everyone was friendly and helpful with time to chat. Roger and Fay, who are new to running a CL and a self sufficient “Good Life” smallholding, were welcoming and very friendly and they’re receptive to new ideas so things will get even better as the site becomes established. We did miss WiFi and being able to see our granddaughter on Skype, but maybe that’s part of the technology detox Fay talks about. The entrance to the smallholding needs care when towing but most of us seemed to have few problems and only one (long) outfit appeared to have a bit of difficulty. (NB in the stars summary: 4 for ease of access 10 for welcome!) Maybe we all want different things from sites but we enjoyed this site so much we stayed longer than planned." Rob & Valerie
'Access to site' - Caravan Club website review 08/08/16
"Care is needed when towing down the access lane and into the field. On arrival, we were met by Roger and Fay, who welcomed us, and said we were the first van to visit the site. Roger was very helpful in pointing out, places to visit and walks to go on. This was our first visit to this part of Wales and the coastal walks are stunning. We were lucky to see some Seals and Dolphins. Due to our access issues, Roger, was quickly working to enlarge the field entrance. During our stay, Roger was helpful and available for any enquires. This is a great location and well worth a visit. We were not able to visit all the local attractions. So a second visit is required."
It is the 'Good Life' - Caravan Club website review 25/07/16
"'Goodlife' is a new CL set in a beautiful area. Although very near to the coast, the approach roads are very good with no access issues. Roger and Fay gave us a very warm welcome and an overview of the area. The field is quite flat and the hook up points are placed sufficiently far apart to provide you with your own space while on site. The site is ideal for exploring the area, being less than one mile from secluded coves and only a very short walk from the Coastal Path that provides breath taking views and access to other coastal villages. We will be returning when we next visit this part of Wales."
Reviewed by our first guests on our facebook page, 11/07/16
"Just had a weekend away at this CL what a great find, we had our two granddaughters with us and they had a great time finding the magical water fall. Really friendly wardens and a great help with local knowledge. I can see this CL being a really good asset to the caravan club." Beryl T, Swansea