Our Snowdonia campsite shop


Why not pop into our camp site shop/reception during your stay? We love helping you with holiday tips and you can pick up holiday treats too.

How about a chilled Welsh beer for relaxing after a day’s exploring? You can choose from a range of local craft beers, ciders and wine. We sell  Welsh apple juice and cold soft drinks too.

Plan your days out with our tried and tested local walking books, OS maps and guides to routes up Cader Idris and Yr Wyddfa/Snowdon.

Treat yourself or take home some holiday gifts after your glamping Snowdonia break –  goodies we stock include our next door neighbour’s lovely honey, Welsh cakes and local jam, Coco Pzazz chocolates and hand-made creamy ice cream from Aran Hufen ià based in Bala. We have postcards too!

You can pick up a few camping essentials – wood for your camp fire, marshmallows for toasting, milk, baked beans, crisps, sweeties and a limited range of Calor Gas cylinders.

Chilled drinks for your camping site Wales with camp fires

Pick up a drink to enjoy watching the sunset or star-gazing around your camp fire. Welsh craft beers and ciders we have in the fridge include Purple Moose, Wild Horse, Tiny Rebel and Gwenty Draig. If you fancy a  Snowdonia gin and tonic orBarti spiced rum we’ve got some for you to try. We sell great value wine selected for us by our local experts at Gwin Dylanwad Wine in Dolgellau.

Snowdonia camping croissant

Breakfast Croissant and Coffee

For a breakfast treat at our Snowdonia accommodation you can order a variety of breakfast croissant, sour dough loaves, hot sausage rolls and cheese and onion pastries – great for a packed lunch. In the mornings get your takeaway flat white fix or cappuccino freshly brewed by resident barista John.

We’re now welcoming guests back inside reception after a couple of years affected by Covid changes. We’re adding new items as we discover – fridge magnet fans watch this space – them so pop in during your holiday! Take a look inside at our new Instagram page

We’re usually open during peak season between 9 and 10.30am and 4 and 6pm (closed Sunday afternoons).