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Stayed for 4 nights in the Telegraph pitch, the furthest away from everything else, very secluded. Could not see anyone else from there, perfect. A warm welcome when we arrived and the very useful 4x4 took our kit from the car to our spot. Would...More
What a lovely place to escape to. Stayed in the big yurt for 3 nights - it was gorgeous, beautiful views, very friendly staff and lots of attention had been paid to making sure we had what we needed. Other than the solar powered lights...More
Everything about Graig Wen / The Slate Shed is beautiful. For one thing, the building has been restored very sympathetically, and the 'public' rooms are thoughtfully laid out, making the most of the view. For another, the campsite and surrounding land is beautiful. But most...More
We stayed at The Slate Shed on a trip to Snowdonia to run in the mountains. The accommodation is nice and the staff are very friendly. The location on the estuary of the River Mawddach is stunning. We had the good fortune to be there...More
I camped at Graig Wen for a week, on the lower field near the Mawddach Estuary. Upon arriving I was warmly welcomed, given all of the information I required and helped to my pitch. I didn't meet the owners but Jonny and his wife (whose...More
Hi! There is a pub along the disused railway one on the way to Dolgellau but we did not eat there. There is also a fancy hotel restaurant half way along the road. The railway is lovely and well surfaced but it's a bit of a... More
Hi! There is a pub along the disused railway one on the way to Dolgellau but we did not eat there. There is also a fancy hotel restaurant half way along the road. The railway is lovely and well surfaced but it's a bit of a hike to get back up to the b and b afterwards especially if under the influence! We ate in Dolgellau, walking in once and getting a taxi back. Nowhere on your doorstep, I am afraid but taxis are easy to organise. I hope that this helps. Have fun! Julie hart