Glanverniew

(The Smithy), Llangyniew, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 9EH

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Barry and Elaine welcome you to Glanverniew.  Our CL is in a peaceful location and has two hard standing pitches and three grass pitches. All pitches are super pitches with grey water waste and elsan waste on each. There are separate taps for drinking water and for cleaning your toilet cassette.

The Smithy is located on the main A458 from Welshpool into mid Wales and is an ideal venue for a stop over or even for a longer stay. The Welshpool and Llainfair Light Railway is 2.5 miles for all "steam buffs". Lake Vyrnwy is a scenic drive from the CL. Welshpool Country and Western Festival is normally held in July each year. Glanservern Hall Gardens is only 8 miles and Welshpool Golf Club is 3.5 miles from the CL. Powis Castle is also in Welshpool.

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.664285 / Lon -3.282785
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SJ133081
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Best appointed site we've ever stayed on!

As the heading says this is the best appointed site we've ever stayed on in our fifty years of caravanning. We had a level hard standing for the van, a large grassed area for the awning and another hard standing for the car. Added to that each pitch has its own Electric point, Water tap, Grey waste and Elsan point. Access is excellent, as are the views, and Mr Thomas was very helpful in explaining all the facilities and walks from the site and gave us leaflets for the interesting places in the area. We were only there for a few days as a break in our journey to South Wales but we'd most certainly go there again.

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Great site!

We spent 3 nights at this lovely site,we got a warm welcome from Barry Thomas! Facility was nicely laid out ,nice level hard standing.The site is within easy reach of Welshpool,the Lianfair Light Railway and other interesting places to visit. Beautiful scenic drive arounf mid Wales. We will certainly return as there is still so much to see in Wales. Thank you Barry and Elaine Thomas.Till we meet again...
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Lovely site.

We booked this site for one night on route to the Welsh coast, as soon we arrived we wished we were staying longer. Mr Thomas met us, as we pulled onto his property, and showed us on to our pitch, he is extremely friendly and made sure we were aware of all the facilities. There are two large hardstandings and three lawned pitches with all grass collected, all of the pitches are fully serviced (including Elsan). The site itself is easily accessible from the A458, the CL is set in a field to the back of the property with outstanding views and lovely very large sunny pitches. Unfortunately we didn't have time to explore the area but did notice a public footpath leading from the field, Mr Thomas told us that this lead down to the nearby river. We did however take a trip into Welshpool which is a typical market town with the usual amenities including a supermarket and a number of restaurants/takeaways. We also visited Powis Castle which is about a 10-15mins drive from the site. There was a little road noise hence the four stars but this was not at all intrusive and did not cause us any bother particularly overnight.
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