Tyddyn Du is an independent site near Conwy, Wales.
We visited twice together in March and July 2011, and in October 2011 this was the first site that I visited alone following the death of my darling Allison.
You're doing well if you can pronounce the place in which this site is located...Dwygyflchi. Luckily, most just refer to it as "the village".
The site is situated on a reasonably steep hill, which means that the vast majority of pitches get a panoramic sea view, with Great Orme in one direction and Anglesey in the other. The A55 is ever-present below, but that eases access and for those of us in caravans and motorhomes, is not a disturbance. Similarly train spotters can watch the trains go by - we were lucky enough to see a steam driven excursion pass by.
The beach is within walking distance through a local housing estate, then over a bridge that crosses the A55 and railway. The alternative is to drive into Penmaenmawr and walk along the beach and prom there. Conwy is nearby, and I can recommend driving there over the old Conwy Pass (not in the motorhome!) as a pictureseque way of getting there.
Would I go back? Yes : it's a great site with a fantastic dog-walking beach nearby.