Gwaenynog is a beautiful farm in a quiet and scenic location, about a mile from the River Vyrnwy. We are approx 600 feet above sea level, so have some amazing views, including the imposing presence of Moel Bentyrch. Surrounded by 16 acres of land - a mixture of fields, woods and wetland; there’s a lot of wildlife and flora, plus a variety of birds, including Peregrines and our resident Tawny Owl.
With 5 pitches for caravans, campervans and motor homes, plus space for up to 10 tents, you can relax and enjoy the peace and quiet that is synonymous with Gwaenynog. With a covered barbeque area, shower, toilets and washing-up facilities, plus we're fully licensed to provide a selection of wine, beer & spirits for your enjoyment – what more could you want.
Bordered by ancient woodland and hedgerows that offer seclusion, the campsite offers some wonderful views. You can relax and enjoy the peace and quiet that is synonymous with Gwaenynog. Quiet country lanes, ideal for walking or cycling, can join up with marked walks such as Glyndwr’s Way or Ann Griffiths walk (a mile away); or utilise other public footpaths and bridleways that cross the surrounding farmland. Or walk to the local pub (2.5m).
We can offer milk, bread and other provisions which are delivered 3 days a week – just let us know.
Dogs are allowed to roam on the campsite but must be monitored and kept under control at all times. The Farmhouse also offers B&B accommodation, so non-camping family members can also be catered for. (www.gwaenynog.com).
The stunning views and wildlife of Lake Vyrnwy are just 9 miles away, Powis Castle is at nearby Welshpool, and the coast is only an hour away. So, there’s a lot to see and do in the area.
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