I really love this campground. We stayed on Horse Island in spot 14. Beautiful view of the water and nice spacing between sites. Easy access to a clean bathroom and free hot showers. The state park has excellent services with a playground for kids, a beach and boat rentals. Very good spot for camping.
Great atmosphere and good food if you are in the area. Rooms are reasonable and often visited by ghost hunters.
This is well worth the drive. The road is a classic country lane through the Brecon Beacons with beautiful scenery and picture taking which ends at the ruins. There is a large parking lot with picnic benches and a separate toilet building. You can walk the ruins with no charge and there are plaques in place to provide an historic overview of the site. There is a working hotel attached to the site as well as a church which is signed as a holy place in Wales.
Lovely and scenic town.
The building itself is lovely and the grounds are beautiful. The rooms are just ok and the furniture feels dated. The dinner was good, but not great. Small attention to details would make a big difference.
Great beer and they have growlers. Need I say more?!
This was a bit disappointing. Exterior of building is beautiful and gives the impression of being a 'classic' BnB but it stops there. The dining area was a lost opportunity - it has all the potential to be a classic Victorian setting but it's furniture and interior decorating is more average motel. The room was just ok. The bathroom had one small shampoo and no conditioner. Soaps were inexpensive. Bed was marginal and probably should have had the mattress replaced some time ago. The location was very good, but I wouldn't stay here again as I'm sure there are better options.
The location is amazing - only yards from the beach. The decor was well done and the staff very friendly. Wifi was just ok. You can walk or take a short drive to the sea caves where there are a couple of great restaurants.
You need to be thinking about what natural forces are at play here to truly appreciate Reversing Falls. We arrived for low tide and found it to be very beautiful and compelling. It's definitely worth a stop even if you are with kids, but I don't think that they will be entertained for long. You can stand on an observation deck or walk down the stairs to get down to the shoreline.
Absolutely gorgeous campground. Easily the most private sites of any campground we visited. Every site seems to have a water view. It's remote, and there is no electricity at any of the sites, but there is water. The toilets are not complete washroom style bathrooms but they are very clean. There are coin operated hot water showers but we didn't try them so can't attest to them but assume they are fine.