Tynewydd Farm Caravan
Situated on Tynewydd Farm in scenic Mid Wales we offer a peaceful, relaxing and quiet break. Ideal for Walkers, Bikers and Bird Watchers, attending Local Events or as a base to explore this beautiful and scenic part of Mid Wales some as listed below or further afield many of Wales’ other attractions, Powys Castle, National Botanical Gardens, Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Aberglasney (the lost garden and house in time) Castle Carreg Cennen Dinefwr National Trust Park & Castle to name a few. Tynewydd Farm is ideally located for the following activities, Golfing, Horse Riding, Canoeing, Fishing. Quad Bike Trekking, Clay Pigeon Shooting, 4×4 Driving Experience, Archery, Bowling, Tennis/Squash.
The local village of Beulah is a mile away which has The Trout Country Pub along with a Petrol Station, Post Office and Shop.
Our mobile home is a New Image 36 x 12 home with 3 Bedrooms which can sleep up to 6 people and is equipped with comfortable seating with TV and a dining area, the kitchen has a gas cooker, refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster and kettle. One bedroom is a double with fitted wardrobes and dressing table, two twin bedrooms with wardrobes. Bathroom with wash-basin and shower and separate toilet and wash-basin. You will need to bring your own Bed Linen and Towels
Caravan Fees: £30/night or £200/week.
Please contact via telephone or mobile as email is not always checked daily call 01591620659 or 07707272801 or 07651343431 also B&B is available in the Farm Bungalow (Twin Room) Price £30pppn
|Local Places and Attractions|
BUILTH WELLS and THE ROYAL WELSH SHOWGROUND
|The Market Town of Builth Wells is just 8 miles as well as the home of the Royal Welsh Showground. Builth Wells has a selection of shops, Cafe’s, Pubs and places to eat. It also has a Sports Centre, Golf Course, Bowling Green, Tennis Courts and Swimming Pool,
The Royal Welsh Show is held in July and is the biggest Show in the UK. the Showground also hosts many other events during the year More information can be found on their website
|Llanwrtyd Wells The Smallest Town in Wales, Wells it is well known for weird and wonderful events which include Man V Horse (June) the Bog Snorkelling (Aug) Mid Wales Beer Festival and the Real Ale Wobble (Nov), and other wacky events. As well as the Cambrian Woollen Mill Visitors Centre|
|Where you will discover Wolf’s Leap (where the last wolf in Wales was shot), The Devil’s Staircase and Llyn Brianne Dam, the grand canyon of Wales is has wild and inspiring scenery, and many miles of unspoilt mountain, forest and lake scenery, overflown by red kites and buzzards. A walker, bikers and bird watchers paradise.|
|RHAYADER and ELAN VALLEY|
|Rhayader has the Red kite Feeding station and The Elan Valley just 2 miles from Rhayader covers 70 square miles of lovely lakes and beautiful countryside. The valley contains the Elan Valley Reservoirs and Elan Village|
|LLANDRINDOD WELLS and THE VICTORIAN FESTIVAL|
|Llandrindod Wells is a Spa Town the history is linked with the health-giving waters which it still provides for visitors today. The Victorian Festival at the end of August is when locals and visitors can be seen in Victorian costumes, with many of the town’s shops join in the spirit of the event There are open-air street theatre and music, old fairground with venues holding entertainment and exhibitions of the bygone years.|
|BRECON , BRECON BEACONS & BRECON JAZZ|
|Home of the annual August Jazz Festival, Brecon Cathedral, Brecon Castle, Brecknock Museum, the Gaer Roman Fort, South Wales Borderers Regiment Museum, Brecon to Monmouth Canal and gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park|
|HAY ON WYE and THE FESTIVAL OF LITERATURE & ARTS|
|Hay on Wye is known as the town of books with over 20 books shops it is also host of The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts a 9 day event which is held annually in May with celebrity guest appearances|