Glandir

Berriew, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 8AA

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Be sure of the warmest welcome at Glandir by Graham and his family. The site is based on the outskirts of the beautiful chocolate box village of Berriew, which is just a short walk along the tranquil Montgomeryshire canal.

The CL site is on a small holding, with uninterrupted views towards Long Mountain. It is family friendly and well behaved dogs are more than welcome. Just a 100 yards from the site is the Horseshoe Pub, perfect for an evening meal.

Nearby attractions include Montgomery with its historic castle having absolutely fantastic views towards the Shropshire hills. Montgomery has several little shops, a couple of cafes and a few pubs for a lazy lunch or evening meal, be sure to pop in ... especially the Flower House and say hello to Graham's mum and dad.

Just down the road from Glandir is the market town of Welshpool, which boasts the National Trust attraction Powys Castle, an unmissable day out.

Come and visit us as there are many more local attractions to discover.

Facilities on site ...

  • Restaurant
  • TV reception: fair
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.613334 / Lon -3.180531
OS field ref:
SO468922
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Newtown
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Welshpool
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Glandir, Welshpool.....A grand new site.

Only recently opened, this CL is well laid out with plenty of room between it's pitches. They are all on grass in a large paddock, but are nice and level and each has a tap, EHU and a light. The pitches have views to the East and North and are sheltered behind by a high hedge. Access is directly off the A483 about 4 mls south of Welshpool, but the site is far enough back from the road, beyond the farm buildings, for traffic noise not to be a particular nuisance. As others have said it's only a short walk, past the pub, to the Montgomery Canal tow path, ideal for walking one's dogs, or for longer walks in either direction. For those that like a stiffer walk Rodney's Pillar on Breidden Hills is not far away, ans can be seen from the site. Both Montgomery and Powis Castles are close by, and the latter's gardens are a joy to behold.There is an Aldi, a Morrisons, a Sainsbury's and a Tesco in Welshpool, the latter with a fuel station. Our only minor complaint was that grass cutting were left on the field and so were walked into the van when wet. We would certainly use this site again when visiting this area.

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Great site

Lovely site Graham was so helpful and we both enjoyed our chats. Really peaceful, we were the only van there. Just over the road from the Montgomery Canal. Saw so much wildlife on canal. Try the cakes in tearoom at Berriew well worth visiting. Pub with food just over the road from site. Great site will definitely go back.
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We were the only caravan on site for the 4 days we were there and am sure Graham and family will have more people staying when they find out how lovely this site is. Nicely manicured grounds. Plenty of wildlife to see so binoculars are a must. Newly installed electric hook ups and each plot has a light. Lots to do and see in Powys. We will be back again
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Lovely site

Beautiful site laid out like a very large garden with trees, plants and picnic benches, each pitch has its own electric, water and a light, Flat ground with lovely views of the countryside. Very easy to access from road, wide, safe entrance, We will definitely stay again when in the area. There is a pub opposite and at rear is tow path along canal, we walked into Welshpool; we returned by taxi, very reasonable, there is also a bus service.

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You will get a warm welcome here at this picturesque site

Easy access of the road and what a lovely welcome by Graham and the 2 dogs. Very spacious pmitches, electric and water available at each pitch. Graham has thoughtfully put a light at each point too so easy to use whatever time of day or night. CDU is very easy to access; rubbish / recycling there too. There are several picnic benches for the guests to use. The pitches are very level and surrounded by lovely views of fields and hills. There is a pub just across the road which serves nice real ales and good food. If you fancy a walk then the town of Berriew is about 30 minutes away by a gentle and tranquil stroll along the canal. There you will find another 2 drinking establishments, local shop and lovely tearoom. If you are lucky you may catch the Museum of Sculpture open. We really enjoyed our visit to Powis Castle just a few minutes drive down the road (parking available for motorhomes). We will return, if not only to play a bit more with the 2 dogs and pet the cattle again.
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