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Reviews of Llawr-Betws Farm Caravan Park, Corwen

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Review by PHILLIPS on 18th April, 2011

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Date visited: 2010

Review by mrs. seaman on 9th July, 2006

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Having visited the site 2 to 3 times a year, my family and I find it a haven of peace and beauty.It's accessability for touring the best of north wales is second to none.The site is clean and well cared for,secure and family friendly.The site is family run, by David and Rita who are caring friendly, and find nothing too much trouble.Being a non commercial site adds to the friendly atmosphere and tranquility.There is always someone available to deal with any needs and enquiries.Well done Llawr bettws, may you never change a thing!

Date visited: annually since 1995

Review by Anonymous on 23rd December, 2005

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Showers are cold dirty and rubbish, the only disabled acces toilet means taking the disabled through the farmers house very shamefull and embarassing for whoever involved. The owner never does any work and has admitted openly whilst painting "i hope the inspector arrives soon so he can see me doing this and i can stop" the prices are ridiculous and you get nothing for your money. For a toilet you may aswell dig a hole it might be cleaner! Go elsewhere!!!!! I have and 'v never looked back!

Date visited: repeated yearly

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