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Deucoch Camp Site in Gwynedd

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Reviews of Deucoch Camp Site

-Excellent view
-Excellent toilet / shower block
-Good location (1.3 miles from the closest beach / Abersoch / pub / restaurant)
-Clean site
-Great site for caravans / motor homes (if you have chocks or you can borrow bits of woods from the owners).

-The large pitches (£35 per night) have a 7degree decline on them and in all honestly are overpriced and unsuitable for large tunnel tents
-The owners insist that you use their electric hook up cable as they insist you have to have a MCB in addition to a RCD (they claim it's the law & charge £10 for renting theirs plus a £10 deposit); when I questioned why it was not on their web site they threatened to throw us off the site
-The shower block is closed 12pm to when they feel like finishing the cleaning (on one occasion the block was still closed at 2:30pm)
-The owners ignore the 3 metre gap between their own caravans
-The owners don't really want tents on the site (one of them said to me "we want our tourers site to have all the things we looked for when we had a tourer")
-Our pitch was less than 20 metres away from a disused portakabin which had certainly seen better days.
-The portakabin which is unlocked is located next to the children playground
-Boats / jet skis are not permitted on the site. However, there are places close by where you can leave your boat for £25 per week

We felt the site was overpriced for the facilities and one of the owners certainly did her best to make us feel unwelcome by refusing to acknowledge me when I said hello / looking the opposite way (to the point I thought she would walk into a caravan), when walking past / staring at my children, I can only presume that this was because I questioned the EHU.
Under no circumstances would we return to this site!
Paul Wilson (27th Aug 2012)