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  1. david price

    david price

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    Went to barmouth last weekend and had the whole site to ourselfs :Smile:
    Not been for a couple of years and it did seem alot quieter than normal.Weather was good so was expecting it to be quite busy.
    We stayed at tallybont,as you go over the railway bridge the first site on the right.Just a field,showerblock and ehu £25 a night,so not cheap but worth everypenny for all that room ::bigsmile:
    Dave
     
  2. bauldy

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    Hi

    We like Barmouth, we were down in the Gower last week, some days were that hot our Brenda looked like a lobster by Monday, got to say the Gower is a paradise golden sands everywhere and most deserted.
     
  3. david price

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    Hi,to both of you ,hope you had a good time and got plenty of exercise on that lecky bike of yours.
    dave and kaz
     
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    £25 :Eeek: what a rip-off . . . now you know why we go over the Channel.

    We went to Barmouth a couple of years ago, parked way up the end a mile or so from the town centre, the car park was empty, at 8am next morning their was a thumping on the van, the car park attendant ranting about 'bloody gipsys' . . I nearly floored him. The trouble with Barmouth is they don't want you to stay unless its on a campsite, why ? . . my guess is that the local councillors must own the campsites.
     
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    Not surprised it was empty at that price. Rip off.
     
  6. Baggins

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    Rip-off price that - You sure it wasn't £2.50?

    We stopped going to Barmouth years after finding everyone in the local pub reverted to Welsh when a 'foreigner' walked in.

    So that'll be 35 years worth of two family's spending lost.

    Only thing going for the place were the stunning sand-dunes.

    BW
     
  7. bauldy

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    We had a lovely time, we moved around every couple of days and the only place that we didn't take to was Port Eynon. That bike of mine got me up a hill at three cliffs bay with 12 cans of carling in the saddle bags and a little fat bloke on the saddle.

    Hey if you and Kaz were the only 2 on the site who did you borrow your crockery of?
    and yes £25 is a lot of money but i would pay it, time is at a premium to us as i know it is for you 2 so when we get the time to go away for the weekend i like to look book and hook up if i can.
     
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    thats a lot of money!

    :Doh::Sad::Angry: think they saw you coming at £25 a nite .
     
  9. david price

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    If the site was full i would have parked in a layby,but for 5 of us and a big empty field worth every penny :Smile:
    Dave
    P.s chris and brenda good to see you using the forum,have to meet again sometime.
     
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