Tredegar House Country Park Caravan Club Site (REF : TDH)

Tredegar House, Coedkernew, Newport, Newport, NP10 8TW, Wales

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  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families

Why stay here ...

Tredegar House Country Park Club Site is ideally located within a mile of the M4 motorway and only 7 miles from Cardiff. Complementing the house superbly is the Country Park itself, boasting a 17th century orangery, gardens, woodland and adventure playground open throughout the year. The 7-acre caravan site boasts an exquisite ornamental lake and offers 79 generously sized pitches. Take the opportunity to visit Tredegar House as it has often been described as one of the architectural wonders of Wales, and recognised as one of the most significant 17th century houses in the whole of the British Isles. The house is open between Easter and September.

A favourite of visitors is a visit the small village of Ystradfellte, and taking the 5 mile walk to the four waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons - well worth the effort to witness the stunning waterfalls. Within convenient distance of Tredegar House Country Park Club Site is the beautiful city of Cardiff, with its medieval castle, National Museum, Bay Development and vast shopping centre. Close to the caravan park, you can visit the restored Transporter Bridge, Pwll Mawr (Big Pit mining museum) and the lovely Wye Valley. The bus stop is about a 25 minute walk from site and the service is frequent and good value, allowing you to conveniently explore the local area without the need for a car.

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Bronze

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Walking notes:

Tredegar House Country Park has 90 acres of parkland, providing woodland walks or a stroll around the lake. A 3.5 miles circular walk can be started at Fourteen Locks Visitor Centre (gates locked 4.45 p.m.) following the two paths of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. You can also enjoy a 5 mile walk to the four waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons.

Supermarket notes:

The closest is Asda in Duffryn, approximately 0.5 miles from the site. Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Aldi are in Newport, 3 miles from the site and Morrisons in Risca, 6 miles away. All are accessible for motorhomes.

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Directions

Leave M4 at junction 28 (if approaching from East do not use inside lane signposted Newport). At roundabout turn onto A48 (signposted Tredegar House). In about 0.25 miles at traffic lights turn left. At next roundabout turn left into Tredegar House grounds. Follow Club Site signs to the site entrance. Due to proximity of M4, some background noise may be experienced.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
NP10 8TW
GPS:
Lat 51.56148 / Lon -3.03341
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OS field ref:
ST284852
OS map ref:
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Handbook map ref:
F4

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Newport or Cardiff
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest park and ride: Cardiff city centre
  • Nearest train station: Pye Corner
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Well worth a visit.

We use the site to visit our daughter who lives in the area as there is little alternative nearby but we would use it for holidays if she did not live there. The site is typical club layout although on the side of a modest hill with mostly near flat pitches. There is some road noise near the top of the site but nothing to worry us. The wardens were pleasant and helpful and we have absolutely no criticism of the site or staff. It is easy to access but you do have a lot of traffic on a fairly complex junction to get to it, so do follow the instructions carefully and a look at Google Earth first would help. The house is well worth a visit and there is plenty to do in the area so if you have not tried it I would give it a go.
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An excellent site but spoilt by overzealous warden

This is a lovely well kept site. Within the grounds of a National Trust house and large grounds. Excellent for walking the dog. Supermarket within an easy walk. Easy access to Cardiff and its attractions.However warden is very rule conscientious so beware! Told off for not following the rules about splitters at 0900 one morning. Didn't let it spoil our stay although we couldn't find any club rules banning them. Removed the offending device. On leaving I did query where was this rule to be told there wasn't one but they didn't approve of them and the club should have one!!
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Lovely site

I’ve been here a few times now. First being New Year’s Eve this year. I love the facilities around the site. The huge field to walk my dogs, supermarket is walking distance and the site is just an hour from home. I’m not sure if there’s a problem with pitch 70 as I was told to move my van, which I did but I then wasn’t parked the same as the other vehicles... think the peg had been moved.. anyway it didn’t spoil my stay. I did as I was told as no drama. Will definitely go back
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Short Stay to Visit Friends

We booked three nights, 8-11 Aug, at Tredegar as we wanted to visit friends who live nearby. Pleasantly surprised when we arrive as not the usual type of site we would use. Very welcoming wardens and obviously time been taken to make the entrance look lovely. Toilets and showers a bit dated but spotless. The wardens always seem to be busy tidying etc, even in the quite bad rain and gales we had this weekend. Plenty of walking round the vast parkland that the site is attached to. There is road noise as mentioned bottom of site better, but that's the price you pay for being so handy for the M4, talking of which the roundabouts entering and leaving the site we found the lanes quite confusing and hard to follow, hard when the roads are busy, and everyone except you knows where they are going😃! Probably won't return here, not because there is anything wrong with the site at all, just served its purpose for us this time, but we prefer more rural sites, but I know others will enjoy the place.
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Enjoyable stay

We stayed here for two nights, a lovely little site. We were able to walk to a nearby pub & there was a supermarket within walking distance. We visited Tredegar House which part of the National Trust. All in all an enjoyable stay.
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