Cringoed Caravan and Camping Park is situated in a great location in the centre of Wales, giving access to a host of beautiful scenery and locations across the whole country. This family and pet friendly park is open from March to January every year, and offers touring pitches for tents and caravans, as well as featuring a small number of privately owned holiday homes.
There is plenty to do on-site, especially for the younger members of your group, with an adventure playground a popular amenity in addition to an amusement arcade and games room.
While a stay at Cringoed offers great views of the surrounding countryside, the opportunity to get out and explore the surroundings is likely to be too good to turn down, especially given the central location of this popular holiday park.
A short drive will take you into the towns of Machynlleth and Aberdovey, both of which have leisure centres and golf courses that are open for public use throughout the year. Pursuits such as fishing, pony trekking, and clay pigeon shooting is also available in the area. Aberdovey sits on the west coast of Wales and has a great beach, while there are others within minutes of the town.
Lovers of wildlife and outdoor surroundings will feel perfectly at home at Cringoed, with walking and bird watching popular among holidaymakers who travel to the site. Those who enjoy a challenge may even be tempted to tackle the terrain via bicycle, although only those with confidence in their endurance should consider this.
Small, friendly villages are also within easy reach of Cringoed Holiday Park, with a number of pubs and independently owned shops within a stone’s throw of the site. For a relaxing break with the rest of Wales on your doorstep, there are fewer places as ideal as Cringoed.
Machinations Visitor Centre - Llanbrynmair
Enjoy a great day out at this unique visitor centre in mid-Wales. Open All Year from 9.30 - 4.30 in Winter and until 5 pm the rest of the year. We have something for everyone whatever your age, interest or need. www.machinationswales.co.uk
Centre for Alternative Technology - Machynlleth
Nestled in the hillsides of Southern Snowdonia is one of the world’s most renowned eco-centres, featuring interactive displays and practical examples of sustainable living, renewable energy and organic gardening. It is a great place for children too, packed full of interactive displays to keep little hands and feet busy for hours.
The Corris Railway is a narrow gauge (2' 3") railway whose origins date back to the 1850s. Nowadays it is run between Good Friday and the end of October, with a passenger services on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays through the summer and including a selection of weekday running too (for a full timetable visit www.corris.co.uk).
Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) is a thriving little harbour resort set within the Snowdonia National Park, where the river Dyfi meets the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Aberdyfi has watersports galore - sailing, sailboarding, rowing, canoeing, fishing and boat trips. In the summer, there are yachting regattas and other water spectacles along with family entertainment on its award-winning beaches.
Llyn Clywedog is a man made reservoir formed by the construction of the Clywedog Dam. The dam was built between 1965-67 to regulate the flow of water in the Severn.
Red Kite Centre
Mid Wales has the greatest density and diversity of birds of prey in southern Britain. Mid Wales was home to the last remaining Native Red Kites. Now, due to the hard work of the Conservation bodies here in Wales, Red Kites are once again in the ascendance.
Bar - 1 mile
Fishing - 1mile
Shop - 1 mile
Tennis - 1 mile
Watersports - 5 miles
Golf - 10 miles
Horse Riding - 10 miles
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