Twin Rivers Caravan Park
Twin Rivers Holiday Home Park
- 01938 820516
Twin Rivers Holiday Park Ltd is a luxurious 46 acre park which is immaculately kept. The park is family run and offers a friendly and traditional welcome to all.
Twin Rivers is an ideal location to own your private holiday home; set in rural Mid Wales it is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The park offers a delightful balance of peace and tranquillity but with many attractions and conveniences still within driving distance.
There are many on-site facilities for you to enjoy including a heated swimming pool, bowls green, fishing access, all-weather playing pitches and a licensed club house which also sells snacks in the evenings.
From the ancient hillsides of the Banwy Valley to the fertile Vale of Meifod, you will find a landscape of outstanding natural beauty steeped in local history ready to be explored.
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Family park
- Children's play area
- Electric hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- Sanitary block(s)
- Visitor parking
- Wireless internet
- Chemical disposal point
- Club house
Licensed Clubhouse with a cafe, bar and live entertainment.
Heated Swimming Pool
All weather astro turf bowling green
Children's climbing frame
Electric Hook up points
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
The market towns of Newtown and Welshpool, also Corris Craft Centre, Dolgellau and the beach towns of Barmouth, Porthmadog and Aberystwyth are all within reach of the park and can be driven to in a little over an hour. Other attractions such as Lake Vyrwnwy and Powis Castle make Twin Rivers Holiday Home Park the ideal base for exploring Mid Wales.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Outdoor)
- Sports Ground
- Internet Access
- Leisure Centre
Twin Rivers Caravan Park ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (3.0/5.0)
We took a seasonal touring caravan pitch at this site in February 2010 for 11 months. There are only about 14 pitches. As they back on to a river, which merges with another at the edge of the site (close to the touring sites) we asked if the river was ever high. We were advised it was usually just paddling height and safe for children. We first encountered problems orior to Easter 2010 when we rang to ask the owner to ensure our caravan was on our pitch ready. We were told it was too wet and not possible to use the caravan ! At Easter ! After some dissatisfaction expressed by myself and brother in law (who also took a seasonal pitch) he agreed we could use our caravan over easter, but it would not be on our pitch chosen. Then,later in the season, when it was pitched, our caravan was placed on a different pitch to that we chose - without so much as explanation or apology. He seemed perplexed as to what difference it made and why we were making a fuss! Later in the year, when my brother in law used his caravan (recall was June/July)the river overflowed and the field FLOODED !! The whole field was like a deep lake. The water was up to 1 inch below the door of our caravan. They had to rescue items from our awning for us which were floating.When our brother in law rang the owner panicking about his caravan floating away, he just said well you've got insurance. The owner never so much as gave us the courtesy of a phone call ! Or ever asked if damage had been done. This was not the last time the field flooded during the season either. Persons on site also told us that they had flooded the previous year and one touring caravan was destroyed, and the owner hadnt called him either! Later in the year when we turned up the owner had installed electric gates and we were locked out !! Not so much as an apology for inconvenience. The owner doesnt let you drive your car over to your caravan so unloading/packing up difficult. When packing up after a week in the summer with 2 kids and bikes etc a guy asked us to move our car, and then locked the gate to the caravan field. The "shower" for use by tourers is locked and you need to find the owner to ask for a key. You cant use it after 5, and you can never find him anyway. Its all too much of an inconvenience. The owner frequently wandered round and if he saw rubbish asked if you left it ! He did this to my relatives too. He tells the children he'll confiscate their bikes if they ride without helmet. We packed up our caravan and left before the end of our seasonal pitch expired !! This site isn't for touring caravans !
The site is great for all ages. To reach the site it takes 1.30hrs from the Wolverhampton area, however once at the site, the seaside is only between 40 and 1.15hrs away dependening on where you are going. The site is quiet despite having a clubhouse on site. The site also houses a outdoor heated swimming pool which is free for all, a football pitch, bowling green, tennis courts and putting green and also a river that you can follow. The nearest pub is about 5 minutes away in the car or about a 30min stroll down the back country lanes. (This I have done many times).
There is lots of hill walking to be done across the fields, over the mountains and back again.
Falling you can just sit outside your caravan chilling and relaxing.
I holidayed on this site with my parents upon growing up and only just last year bought my van on the site. I hope my children enjoy the time down here that i did
Twin Rivers Caravan Park, Welshpool, Powys, Wales
Hoseasons Customer Reviews
13 Jan 2008
Thank you for your positive reviews and we look forward to the 2008 season the new bowling green refurbished cabin for our bingo and social events and the face lift to the swimming pool and the new post and rail fencing around the park.
In reply to the negative aspect I can only say obviousley done out of spite as they were leaving any way of which the total leaving is still below the annual percentage. Grass cutting was almost impossible at times due to the wetist summer on record but did never get out of hand.The park looking like a building site, all work was contained at the far end of the park where the two rivers meet where there has never been access in the past due to its over grown state.This area was cordoned off for safety both with fencing and hazard tape so no one should have been in there anyway as it is beyond the park recreation area. Work was carried out to reinforce the river banks and there had never been any fencing there. The only fence taken down was approx. 6 ft to repair the footpath along the river bank for safety and can't see how this interferred with the football pitch. As for children being bored parents should ensure that they are not, rather than let them run wild or wander around aimousley at night, annoying others and riding bikes as though they are on a race track this is not our idea of what a family park should be hence the rules being brought in. Which we think is not unreasonable children not accompanied by an adult to be in before 10pm for everyones enjoyment of the park.
We feel the park is kept to a high standard and both ourselves and our park manager are always on hand if any one has any queries. The increase reflects fees in general for a parks our size in the area with its facilities and amenities, yes there has been a increase of £300, it amounts to £7.69 per week. Rabbits, squirrels, birds and yes field mice betty we are in the country but why have a caravan if you come from welshpool???and turn on the T V and you'll be surprised who plays bowls. Can not find a Mr Ball with top of range willerby
We are shocked and surprised about the comments posted on this sight as we have always been approachable and on hand to discuss any issues you may have had and matters could have been resolved or is it mischief making ?
Also CLICK ON OUR WEBB SITE TO SEE FOR YOURSELF or come and see us, www.twinriversandyou.co.uk
A. Ayre &amp; C Sheehan-Ayre
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