Bert's Kitchen Garden, the eco-campsite on Wales's little-visited Llyn Peninsula, has re-opened for the season.

The campsite's pitches - mown from wild flower meadows, bespoke shepherd's huts and a snug holiday cottage, have long attracted families and adventurous campers but, for the new season, Bert's has opened 'Beachside', a new dining space on the campsite's private beach to tempt both guests and also day-trippers. Beachside is a 40ft converted shipping container on wheels that sits on Trefor beach.

Converted by the acclaimed design firm, Eunice Aubert Designs, it will be a creative space and dining area, with seating inside for 20 and plenty more dining space outside, too. Funded by a grant from Gwynedd Council, it will serve a menu of delicious cakes and sandwiches, showcasing the best of the region's produce and flourishing food scene.

Coffee is roasted by Heartland Coffee Roasters, and with its cosy wood-burning stove, Beachside will be the perfect place to warm up after a bracing sea swim or a wander along the Llyn's Coastal Path. On set evenings across the season, Beachside will host supper club events with local chefs such as Andrew Tabberner and Bryn Williams, and in partnership with Wild Horse Brewery.

Accessible only by foot, it is set to be a remarkable space with the container's windows filled with the views of the Llyn's coastline and, to the other side, the distant peaks of Eyri National Park. Bert's is a simple, back-to-nature campsite that offers guests the chance to relax and unwind.

There are 20 camping pitches, mowed out from wildflower meadows perfumed with the scent of meadowsweet or tucked into a riverside paddock, while there are four pitches for campervans and two pre-erected glamping safari tents. The site has no electric hook-ups, no Wi-Fi and is car free with guests transferring their gear by wheelbarrow.

Facilities include shower blocks, where eco-friendly toiletries are provided, composting toilets, BBQs to hire, and a small kitchen with washing up facilities and fridges. Alongside the camping pitches, there's a family hut sleeping four, two other huts, each sleeping two with an en suite shower, and a beautiful holiday cottage for rent, The Piggery, with a master bedroom, huge en suite, log burner and coffee making facilities.

All guests are welcome to enjoy the on-site restaurant set in the middle of a kitchen garden.