Luxury Lodges and Caravans for Sale in the Heart of Wales
Our friendly staff will be happy to suggest places that may be of interest to you, local attractions and events in nearby towns. Not only do we have lots of brochures on hand but we also have the added bonus of local knowledge and enthusiasm!
Twin Rivers is not far from the rugged Welsh coast, with seaside towns such as Barmouth and Aberystwyth within an hour’s drive. The beautiful Ynys Las with RSPB kite feeding grounds, Harlech's honey ice cream factory or Portmeirion are also well worth a visit. There are local countryside walks and hikes with several alternative golf courses and fishing facilities nearby.
Lake Vyrnwy lies a mere 10 miles from the park. The lake is historically very important to the area; the stone built dam was constructed in the 1880s for the purpose of supplying Liverpool and Merseyside with a fresh supply of water. However, to enable this to happen, the head of the Vyrnwy Valley was flooded, submerging the small village of Llanwddyn. The old village can still be seen during drought conditions when the reservoir is very low, and the foundations of several buildings still survive. Vyrwny is also an RSPB site and is ideal for bird watching, as well as cycling.
The world famous garden, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare and tender plants, is laid out in the Italian and French style. While the Castle and it's restaurant have recently been restored, the grounds still boasts the original statues. The castle, high on a rock above the terraces, was originally built circa 1200 and began life as a medieval fortress. It has been remodelled over more than 400 years. A haunt of the Prince of Wales, this Castle is a great place to come for a day out with exhibitions, shop, restaurant and tea rooms all on offer.
The national park is situated on the west coast of Wales and covers 823 square miles of diverse landscapes. This is the largest National Park in Wales and boasts the highest mountain in England and Wales. Nestled amongst the mountains, sculpted by ice, there are many picturesque villages. There is a wide range of walking and hiking tracks available for all levels of fitness.
Mickey Millers Family Barn , King Arthurs Underground Labyrinth Adventure, Gregynog Hall and Gardens, The Dyfi Osprey Project, Centre for Alternative Technology, Devil's Bridge, Mid Wales Shooting Centre ,Dolforwyn and Montgomery Castles and the Clywedog Sailing Club are just some of the local attractions.