Gwern-Y-Bwlch Caravan Club Site
Llanbrynmair, Powys, SY19 7EB, WalesView on map
Why stay here ...
A gem of a site in a lovely setting, lost in Mid Wales between Snowdonia and old Montgomeryshire. Gwern-y-Bwlch Club Site features terraced pitches, some with splendid views across the valley. You'll soon find the pace of life slows to a relaxed stroll in this part of Wales. The caravan park is an ideal base for country pursuits like birdwatching or fishing. Don't forget your binoculars - the RSPB has reserves at Lake Vyrnwy and Ynys-Hir. A conservationist's paradise, with a bird hide and feeding station on site - watch out for the red kite in the area.
Gwern-y-Bwlch Club Site has proved ideal for anglers, who often try their luck at the Llyn Clywedog reservoir, or in the Dyfi River. If you fancy sea fishing you can book trips from the harbours of Aberystwyth or Aberdyfi. Walkers will find the Ffordd Glyndwr long distance footpath passes the caravan site. Further walking is available through the local woodland of Llanbrynmair that was developed by the Forestry Commission.
Please note: This site does not have a toilet block. The maximum outfit length we can accept on this site is 8 metres.
From South East (Caersws) on A470: turn right about 1 mile past Llanbrynmair at Club Site sign. The site entrance is 50 yards uphill on the left. Care is required at sharp right and left turns at railway bridge 0.25 mile past Llanbrynmair. From West (Machynlleth) on A489: in about 5.75 miles at roundabout turn right onto A470 (signposted Newtown). In about 4 miles turn left at Club Site sign. The site entrance is 50 yards uphill on the left. On final approach to site proceed with caution to avoid overshooting minor road.
- SY19 7EB
- Lat 52.62015 / Lon -3.65862
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Machynlleth and Newtown
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
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Our first visit to Gwern-Y-Bwlch and we will definitely be back. It's such a beautiful, peaceful site within an ancient wood. The whole site is a haven for wildlife and it was a delight to sit watching it all. The dog walk is spectacular too, a circular walk among the bluebells. Janet and Pete were really helpful too with where to walk the dogs from the site up the hills for some spectacular sights. The rain was torrential at times but it didn't stop us going for nice walks and we will definitely be back - will probably always be our favourite site. If you like peace, Wildlife, wonderful scenic walks, you can't go wrong with Gwern-Y-Bwlch.
Site contact details
- 01650 521351
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