Barmouth – Hendre Mynach Touring and Camping Site

March 23rd 2018

We took a slow drive along the coast today, covering only 40 miles to today’s destination. We stopped at Towyn parked on the promenade and went for a walk, the wind was very strong and the waves were crashing onto the sea wall, very refreshing. We then motored on to Fairbourne and parked against the sea wall, after lunch in Homer we went for another walk in the bracing wind not near the sea though as the tide was in and dashing on the pebble bank. We then enjoyed the short drive through some beautiful scenery to arrive on this camp site.Its a large site catering for caravans, motorhomes and tents, each pitch is large and well marked out, ours has water, electric and tv points at a cost of £19 per night. Our friends Alison and Peter had already arrived and we are pitched next to each other.

We sat out in the sunshine and had a cuppa for half an hour or so and then walked along the promenade (approx a mile) into Barmouth, I called in to a pub called The Last Inn and booked us in for a meal for tomorrow night. We had a good ramble around the town and then found a fish and chip cafe where we had an early tea before walking back to the site. Later we joined Alison and Peter in their motorhome for a few drinks, nibbles and an evening of conversation.

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