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Rhandirmwyn Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Llandovery, Carmarthenshire

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Rhandirmwyn Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a beautiful location set in the Carmarthenshire countryside, with a four-star rating from the Camping and Caravanning Tourist Board. The park is open from late March until early November, and has 80 pitches open for motorhomes, tents, and touring caravans and campers. We are a family and pet friendly park with a children’s play area and open spaces on-site, as well as providing an excellent gateway to the Welsh hills and surrounding areas. One of the things that many guests find attractive about our site is that it sits deep in a valley so is therefore out of range for mobile phones, meaning you can enjoy 100% peace and detachment from the outside world if you want to.

You’ll find everything you need at Rhandirmwyn Camping and Caravanning Club Site for a comfortable and convenient stay; you’ll certainly see why we’re one of the most popular caravan parks in Carmarthenshire! We offer electric hook-ups and Wi-Fi internet access for all our guests, as well as facilities for laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal.

The park sits on the banks of the River Towy, giving you immediate access to a large number of tranquil fishing spots as well as opportunities for enjoying riverside walks with the family and pets. The large number of open spaces means you can even take a picnic along and find somewhere to relax and take in your beautiful surroundings.

The town of Llandovery is a short drive from the site – or a two-hour walk if it’s a nice day and you’re feeling energetic – and has everything you need to stock up as well as a market square and several cafes and restaurants.

The River Tywi is also close to our site, and runs close to Dinas Nature Reserve, from where you can head out on a two-mile trail along the river and take in some of the local wildlife.

Cwmrhaeadr Forest is less than two miles from the site and has a specially created all-access trail for cyclists, while there are also several routes in and around the forest that are suitable for horse riders. The Brecon Beacons National Park is also within easy reach of our location and offers a range of activities for all preferences and energy levels, while early starters could even head west to Wales’ famous Heritage Coastline and spend some time exploring the gorgeous beaches they’ll encounter here.

Open from:
29 March - 5 November

Disabled access, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Seasonal Pitches
Storage facilities
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents

Other facilities:
Drinking water taps
Motorhome stop-off
Ice pack freezing
Ball games
Designated dog walk
Alternative Accommodation

Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, 80 Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:
Fishing, Golf, Sailing, Tennis

Llandovery is just over seven miles from Site. It has a cobbled market square, many old inns, shops, banks and a supermarket.
Dinas Nature Reserve is around four miles away. A two-mile trail goes through the reserve and along the River Tywi.
Llyn Brianne Reservoir is a lovely place to visit. It provides water to South Wales as well as hydroelectricity.
See red kites, ravens and buzzards feed at the Gigrin Farm Bird Reserve in the market town of Rhayader.
The Elan Valley is home to some of Britain’s rarest wildlife and plants.
The Dolaucothi Gold Mines were first exploited by the Romans and mining continued into the 1930s.
Lampeter is a pleasant market town in the Teifi valley, west of the Site.
Cyclists can enjoy the new circular all-ability access trail in Cwmrhaeadr Forest, only 1.5 miles away from the Club Site.
Llandrindod Wells is an attractive Victorian spa town, as is Builth Wells further south.
In the Tywi valley, Aberglasney Gardens have been inspiring poets since 1477.
The Brecon Beacons National Park has some of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in Europe, including Pen y Fan – the highest Old Red Sandstone summit in the United Kingdom.

Rhandirmwyn Camping and Caravanning Club Site (www)

Carmarthenshire, Wales
United Kingdom
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