Tyddyn Llwyn Camping, Caravan and Touring Park
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Updated 28/03/22

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Following the Wales Government changes on 28th March 2022, most of the COVID regulations have now been lifted.


As outlined at www.gov.wales:

From 28 March

Face coverings are legally required only in health and care settings

Workplaces and premises open to the public must continue to do coronavirus risk assessments

From 18 April

If the current public health situation remains stable, all remaining restrictions will be removed


  • From 28th March 2022 it is no longer the law to wear a mask in shops or on buses and trains in Wales. This brings us in line with the rest of the UK.
  • While it will no longer be law to wear masks or self-isolate, if people have coronavirus symptoms First Minister Mark Drakeford said people would be advised to do so. People with symptoms will no longer be able to get PCR tests, and free lateral flow tests will end from June.
  • In response to rising cases, the Welsh government said it would keep some, but not all, of its remaining Covid rules. It is still a legal requirement to wear a mask in health and social care settings.
  • Companies will still be expected to assess the risk of Covid in their workplaces and take necessary precautions. Please resepct any differences in the appraoch when holidaying in Wales. Business owners are going their best.


Can we just take this opportunity to say a HUGE 'Thank You' to everyone who has visited TYDDYN LLWYN during the difficult 'pandemic' seasons. Many of you have continued to being self-contained. Everyone has maintained their distancing as they should and by doing so TYDDYN LLWYN has again, felt a very safe place to be. 

Day-to-day, some measures will remain in place here at Tyddyn Llwyn. Sanitisation points are still in place outside the communal areas of the Park. The facilities are open with just a few limitations to maintain adequate distancing. If you think the facilities are busy please be prepared to use the facilities at less busy times during the day. We will still ask visitors to be as self-contained as you can - especially during the busy summer months

The 2022 diary is open.

The office is open 7 days a week: 9.30am - 4.30pm if you wish to speak to us directly, otherwise please book your pitch below.



Stay safe everyone and we'll see you soon.

All the team at Tyddyn LLwyn

Tyddyn Llwyn is situated in a secluded valley at the foot of Moel-y-Gest and makes the perfect base for your holiday. As well as being only minutes away from Black Rock Sands, Borth Y Gest and the harbour town of Porthmadog, we are within walking distance of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Narrow Gauge Steam Railways and a few minutes drive from the beautiful Italianate village of Portmeirion. The Snowdonia National Park, several ancient castles, including Criccieth Castle and Caernarfon Castle, and many more wonderful attractions await your discovery.

North Wales and Snowdonia features some of the most stunning scenery in the UK, with numerous lakes, mountains and coastal areas for you to explore. With so much to see and do, no matter what the weather is like, Tyddyn Llwyn is the perfect base for your holiday.

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