Rent a cottage or own a holiday home in North Wales at the foot of a chain of beautiful mountains. Glendower Holiday Park lies on the border of Snowdonia in the remote north of Powys. Standing onsite are the romantic remains of what was the last stop on the Tanat Valley Light Railway, a line that once carried passengers to the edge of the mountainous Welsh wilderness.
The park is overlooked by the dramatic peaks of the Berwyn range. The trails leading up and around these mountains are quieter than Snowdonia’s and offer stunning panoramic views and many serene walking and hiking opportunities.
Cross the river outside Glendower and you’ll find yourself in the charming village of LLangynog. There you can relax in one of its two traditional pubs and walk along a scenic riverside path.
The nearby market town of Llanfyllin has coffee shops, pubs, bistros, curiosity shops and a chip shop. The market day is every Thursday.
The highest waterfall in wales is within walking distance and the country's largest natural lake is also close by. With its mountain-biking and off-road motorcycling opportunities, the area is also popular with those who seek thrills on two wheels.
The accommodation at this caravan park in North Wales includes a two-bed cottage for rent and holiday homes and pitches available for purchase.
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Gas cylinders available
The static caravans have fully equipped bathrooms and kitchens
DirectionsIn Llangynog village, we are situated on the right hand side as the B4391 road heads up the hill to Bala.
Things to do in North Wales
The Berwyn Mountains offer excellent walking and hiking opportunities.
Bala Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Wales. Here you’ll find water sports, walking and cycling trails, and a steam railway.
Pistyll Rhaeadr is the highest waterfall in Wales and within walking distance from Glendower.
Powis castle is a fortress come country house. Its interiors have been described as the most magnificent in Wales.
Lake Vyrnwy is great for walking, cycling, canoeing, birdwatching and lakeside picnics.
Snowdonia National Park is a short journey away and home to the highest mountain in Wales, Snowdon.
Chirk Castle is a medieval fortress surrounded by gardens and parkland. It is open to the public and administered by the National Trust.
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