The Vine Caravan Park

Arddleen, Llanymynech, Powys, SY22 6RU

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Why stay here ...

Ruth welcomes you to The Vine just north of Welshpool. The CL is ideal for families who enjoy visiting Oswestry, Llangollen, Shrewsbury and Welshpool as they are all only a short drive away. The Welshpool and Llainfair Light Railway is 5 miles. The Iron Museum located on the A5 is also worth a visit. Outside the CL is a canal walk on the Montgomeryshire Canal. Powys Castle is also in Welshpool.

The CL has 5 super-electrics with water and waste disposal on each pitch. Ruth is more than happy to provide information and walks that will stimulate and exercise and make the holiday one to remember.

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Types of pitch: hardstanding

Electric hook up available

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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:
SY22 6RU
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Lat 52.727481 / Lon -3.105264
OS field ref:
SJ254150
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Promising newcomer to the network

We found this site on the club website as it’s new to the network, indeed it had been open only a couple of weeks. It has been laid out expertly by Ruth’s late father in law and the facilities are as good as if not better than some of the basic club sites. Lots of walks possible from site, mostly on the canal, but many footpaths in the area have disappeared since our OS map was published, which was frustrating. The Powis Inn at Pool Bank is well worth a visit and is walkable in less than an hour, but we never found the Horse Shoes in Arddleen open during our stay. The King’s Head at Guilsfield is reputedly good, but was booked out when we called. A bus service passes the site a few times in the week but we didn’t use it as our OAP passes aren’t valid in Wales. No doubt this CL will take off when it appears in the sites handbook and we would have no hesitation returning another time.
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Lovely site

This is a beautiful site with very spacious flat pitches. I booked our stay ahead of time but as we were running behind messaged to cancel - Ruth was lovely and just said no problem and hope to see us another time. We actually did manage to get there and just pitched up. Ruth’s husband was there and was most welcoming. A lovely site with beautiful walk down the river to a nice pub. We will definitely stay there again and would recommend anyone else to.
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The Vine Caravan&Motorhome Park

We arrived on this site on Saturday afternoon and what a gem, Ruth and James were out so we pitched up ourselves, all pitches are hardstanding with electricity water and waste, also toilet disposal fenced off nearby. There is a bus stop at the gate and buses are regular, across the road is the Montgomery canal with lovely walks, you can walk along to the local pub in 20 minutes, if you go right there are nice scenes of the old locks, local free range eggs are also available from neighbours. No toilet or shower but it is a CL, all in all it is a lovely site and we will be back.PS: keep an eye out for Rex the friendly rooster Peter And Dorothy.

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