Riverside tent camping

UK Wales North Wales Gwynedd Dinas Dinlle Bert's Kitchen Garden

  • Sleeps 5 (max 4 adults, 4 children)
  • Dogs Allowed
Large grass tent only camping pitches in the old paddock all with fantastic views of the sea and the mountains. These pitches are a 5 minute walk to the facilities. These pitches are walking distance from the beach.

The Owner Says

  • Pitch for 1 large tent or 2 small tents (max 5 person per pitch).
  • Free hot showers
  • Communal camping freezer for ice blocks for your cooler.
  • Outdoor & indoor games.
  • Free tea, and coffee in the pantry.
  • All soaps, washing up liquid, shampoos and conditioner.
  • No groups allowed.
  • Our Site facilities include free hot showers, luxury composting toilets, BBQs, and a shop on site. You can rent kayaks, and body boards locally, plus free tea, and coffee are available all day at base. Fresh croissants and afternoon cakes are available from the pop up cafe on site. A communal camping freezer for ice blocks is provided free of charge and a selection of free outdoor and indoor games. The local village shop is open until 8pm everyday.

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Book with complete confidence at Bert's Kitchen Garden with the Cool Camping Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:

  • A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
  • Balance not due until 30 days before your holiday, in case of late changes to Coronavirus guidance
  • Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
  • In the event of a lack of 2021 availability, switch your dates to 2022
  • Due to low deposit and late balance payment, no refunds are offered

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About Bert's Kitchen Garden

Suitable For

Almost everyone! Campers, small campervans, couples, children. Group bookings and dogs– no.

Nearby

A few minutes’ stroll through woodland takes you to the campsite’s own small rocky beach where you can take to the water or join the Llyn Peninsula’s coastal path for a hike. 5 minutes more gets you to the small sandy beach at Trefor Harbour. The surrounding Yr Eifl mountains provide plenty of walking, bouldering and climbing opportunities (if you’ve got your own gear). There’s a little museum and café at the Welsh Language Centre at Nant Gwytheyrn (01758 750334), just the other side of the mountain – 10–15 minute's drive away. It’s 8 miles to Parc Glynllifon, a country park with a café and children's playground and it’s 10 miles to Porthdinllaen. This coastal village has a great walk described by the National Trust, a sheltered beach with rockpooling and a pub pretty much on the shore that’s said to be worth a visit (see Food & Drink). Snowdonia National Park and the peak of Snowdon itself are about 20 miles away with the Snowdon Mountain Railway providing the quick route up if you don’t fancy the hike. Castle Caernarfon is 14 miles away and the historic town of Beaumaris on Anglesey is under an hour away.

Food & Drink

Free tea and coffee are available from the camp pantry. The on site restaurants offers fresh croissants for sale in the morning with homemade cakes and ice cream available in the afternoons and drinks and sharing boards and food in the evenings.  For coffee, cake and lunches off-site try The Black Cat at Parc Glynllifon (01286 832691) or Caffi Meinir (01758 750 442) at the Welsh Language Centre. A five-minute walk from the campsite, in Trefor, there’s a little shop and the Clwb-y-Tur, former quarryman’s social club where you can get a pint and a packet of crisps. But for something more substantial, try The Tŷ Coch Inn (01758 720498) in Porthdinllaen (regarded as one of the best beach pubs in the world), 10 miles away. The restaurant-quality food at The Goat Inn, 15 miles inland at Porthmadog, (01766 530237) and the Mexican-fare at Pontoon (01758 228346) on the south side of the peninsula are also recommended – booking is essential.

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Rated ★★★★★ over 46 reviews

★★★★★

Heaven

This is a stunning location nestled between the mountains and the sea with a natural haven for wildlife surrounding you on what was for my stay a relaxed and quiet site. My only complaint would be that the showers are dangerous, with no instructions on modifying the heat the water is just scolding! A note to anyone else who is disabled, the gates are extremely heavy. I’m a solo traveler and couldn’t lift and lock the gates, and no one around to ask for help, I was really worried that I’d left the place unsecured, had no reply from owner when I emailed to say I’d had to leave the gate unlocked so I hope I didn’t cause a farming disaster 😮 I have recommended this place to all of my friends and would love to return myself when I have a friend to close the gates 😄
Sep 13, 2021 by Zoe White Verified Review
★★★★★

Perfect pitch on the perfect site - probably the best site in Europe in our opinion

There is literally nothing to change or improve at Bert’s - the facilities , the site , the staff , the gin - everything is well thought of and available We loved every minute from check in to check out Thank you Bert - amazing place and one of the best camp sites we’ve used in Europe
Aug 31, 2021 by Chris Briggs Verified Review
★★★★★

Perfect for families

We have just returned from a wonderful 8 days at Berts. The site is perfect for families as each pitch is spaced to give you enough space to feel comfortable. The site also has various swings and play spaces for the kids to safely meet friends a roam freely whilst there. The surrounding area is extremely beautiful with amazing beaches, coastal and mountain walks and fabulous mountain biking nearby. The cafe is amazing with great food and drinks available daily. We will definitely be returning.
★★★★★

Perfect get away in a beautiful setting!

Dear Bert’s Kitchen Garden (Ian and Ali) we just wanted to say thanks you for making us feel so welcome and creating such a beautiful environment to camp! The riverside pitch could not have been better for our weeks stay, with the sea view and mountains behind! Every detail was thought about. Clean hot showers to the cafe/bar to chill in the kitchen garden as the sun sets, couldn’t ask for more! Look forward to coming again next year!
Aug 15, 2021 by Lloyd Blakey Verified Review
★★★★★

This is what I call an amazing campsite

This campsite is like no other we have been to and what a gem it is. The owners of the site did everything possible to make us have an amazing stay. We stayed for 12 nights and enjoyed every bit from the peaceful layout of the site, the lovely clean hot showers and not least the great restaurant attached to the site. Yummy freshly baked croissant in the morning, cakes and coffee in the afternoon and the Feast on the Saturday was a real treat. The views and the location was like no others and it was great to be so close to the beach and tons of lovely dog walks without having to get in the car. We can not wait to return to this stunning place.
Aug 14, 2021 by Janne Gron Verified Review
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Location

Bert's Kitchen Garden is located at Trefor, Llyn Peninsula, Gwynedd LL54 5LD

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Getting There

From Caernarfon take the A499 towards Pwllheli and take the first right, signposted Trefor. As you pass the bus garage in the village, take a right and follow signs for Morfa Farm. Go through the metal field gate. Take the road all the way to the bottom and you will find Bert’s Kitchen Garden over the little bridge. If you’re coming from Pwllheli, head north on the A499 and take the second exit signposted for Trefor, then follow the instructions above from the bus garage.

There a railway station at Pwllheli, 10 miles away. The number 12 bus runs from Pwllheli (and in the other direction from Caernarfon) to Trefor with a stop just up the lane from Morfa Farm and Bert’s Kitchen Garden Campsite. The nearest large railway station is Bangor – a 45-minute drive away. There is a taxi rank at the station.