With three fields to choose from, all with a view of the Rhinog Mountains there is plenty of space for everyone. We like to keep campers spaced out (and so does the government currently) so we pride ourselves on keeping numbers lower than you might expect. Think more along the lines of ‘choose your own spot – wild camping’ instead of a busy, regimented campsite.

Campervans are limited to one field when the weather allows, as you might get stuck if you attempt to enter any of the others. Watch this space though, plans to install some hard standing (still with the view as standard) are in the pipeline. In the meantime, if the weather prevents campervans on to the fields, we have other non-grassed areas of the farm we think you’ll like. If your campervan is over 6.5m in length, please contact us directly to see if we can accommodate you.

Cae Gwyn Farm Holidays

Our three fields ‘Rhinog View’, ‘Meadow’ and ‘Late Arrivals’ can be seen on the map. Late Arrivals is closest to the facilities and Meadow is where you’ll find your more secluded camping spot.

Camping Rules are displayed on the notice board, but please familiarise yourself with them prior to visiting.

Please note there is no electric hook ups. Please don’t drive onto the fields without speaking to us first, we wouldn’t want you to get stuck.

Camping and Covid

While we can’t wait to have you at Cae Gwyn, we must adhere to the Welsh Covid Guidelines to keep you and us safe.

Our camping facilities are currently closed.

The announcement later in May will determine when the facilities can be opened. Please bear this in mind when booking as you must be self-contained until further notice.

Unfortunately we don’t have the ability to take camping toilet waste due to having an organic waste system, and the chemicals in camping toilet will damage this. You will be expected to take your camping toilet waste away with you.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Facilities at Cae Gwyn