Booking Availability and Opening
We now only have the following free:
From now until 25th July (inclusive) but only if you are a self contained unit with own water supply for kitchen, shower and toilet. Tents are not included in this category before 25th July.
23rd to 27th August inclusive (no hook ups free now)
September – The first 2 weekends are now fully booked.
As part of the phased relaxation of Welsh lockdown rules,we can take bookings from Sunday 12th July but only for “self contained units” such as caravans, motorhomes & some campervans that have their own onboard water supply for showers, kitchen and bathroom. All of our facility block will be closed except for water and disposal points for grey and waste water.
From Saturday 25th July, we can open our shared facilities and be open to all campers albeit subject to ongoing Covid-19 regulations.
There will be a warden to meet and greet and all payments will be by remote payment link.
If you have an existing booking that is clearly now not going to be possible we are offering customers the opportunity to move these bookings to another date this year without loss of their deposit. Please email us and we will do our very best to move the booking to another available date this season.
The National Park, including the Lake is now open.
We must be mindful of our local community. Additional pressure on local services and facilities is a concern to us and we are looking carefully at how we might manage this. We would ask that all customers do their best to arrange delivery of food direct to the campsite using local or national suppliers. In addition, try to limit trips into the local populated areas. Pubs & restaurants will be closed for some time yet. A few are doing takeaways only.
We have been approved and certified as “Good to Go” by “Visit Britain” after demonstrating we have undertaken the appropriate risk assessments and implemented suitable control and mitigation measures for the control of Covid-19 on the premises.
We’ll publish full details soon and explain a little more but we are looking to implement:
Contactless check in – this will be facilitated by us sending you a payment link for the balance in full about 1 week before your arrival. This means that when you arrive on-site, you can remain in your car and will be shown to your pre-allocated pitch by our staff.
Sensible social distancing – our pitches have at least six-metre spacing and we have reduced the number of people we are taking on site.
There will be signs as a common sense reminder to keep two metres from other people.
When we can open the shared facilities there will be 2 deep cleans and 4 -6 supplementary cleans a day and guidance on how many people the block can accommodate at one time. Campers will also be able to pitch their own toilet tent on their allocated pitch free of charge.
Campers will not be able to have any day visitors to their pitches – this will help us limit the number of people on site.
Communal areas such as receptions laundries etc will remain closed. Please make sure you bring all your essentials with you – we will also be unable to sell gas, charge devices. We are hoping we can freeze ice packs but that is to be confirmed.
Service points will be open – please follow hand washing guidance; whilst we will have this available on sites, we’d ask campers to also bring with them their own supplies of soap and hand sanitiser.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you all back in Bala.
For bookings, please only use our online booking form or for other enquiries by emailing email@example.com or phone 01678 550337.
We close on 25th October 2020
Pant-Yr-Onnen is a picturesque lakeside campsite nestled on the Southern shores of Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid), near to the town of Bala. Situated in idyllic Welsh Hills within the Snowdonia National Park and an International Dark Sky Reserve, this campsite offers a fantastic retreat to meet everyone’s needs. Our site offers perfect Lake access for sailing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and open water swimming or simply walking and cycling through the stunning countryside. If you are looking for a more relaxing time then why not sit back and simply take in the beautiful mountain and lake views by an open fire . When you decide that you want more then you can enjoy the fabulous tourist attractions that are close by.
The small market town of Bala is just 3 miles away and provides shops, restaurants, leisure and water sports centres, pubs and takeaways. A narrow gauge railway running from Bala to Llanuwchllyn is just to the rear of the site and the Llangower station is within easy walking distance . Looking for a round of golf then Bala golf club and Dolgellau golf club are both nearby.
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