Cringoed caravan park
Amidst a true vision of tranquillity with undulating hillsides lies the village of Llanbrynmair. Turning left on the B4518 towards Staylittle and Llyn (lake) Clwedog you will discover Cringoed. Crossing the bridge into the park over the rippling river Twymyn you arrive at our family run park is an idyllic location. The magic of Mid-Wales embraces you upon arrival.
A stay at Cringoed combines the opportunity to relax in a quiet environment, whilst remaining within easy reach of locations north or south. The A470 passing through Llanbrynmair connects Newtown with Machynlleth - The Gateway to Snowdonia. The Cambrian mountains run north to Cader Idris, and south to Plynlimon, where the sources of the rivers Wye and Severn rise.
The sea is so close too, just 20 miles to the beautiful resort of Aberdovey. The beaches have wonderful uncrowded sands, sweeping up to Barmouth and Harlech; with its spectacular castle. Not far too is the university town of Aberystwyth, home of the national library of Wales. .
Our site is split with a vast, level, touring field, and static caravans set amongst the woods. Tourers and campers have a choice; riverside isolation, under the oak trees or closer to the amenities. The facilities are modern and well equipped, hot showers electric hook-ups for up to 50 caravans. Campers are particularly welcome, with extra facilities to make your stay pleasant and comfortable. A children's play area and games room make for a lovely family break.
Places to visit include the Centre for Alternative Technology, RSPB reserves, Corris railway museum and craft centre, Celtica and Llyn Clywedog. There are leisure centres, golf courses in Machynlleth and Aberdovey. Pony trekking, fishing, clay pigeon shooting and sailing all nearby.
The area is ideal for walkers and birdwatchers; artists too. The villages and towns have a welcoming feel, so you can simply unwind, enjoy the beauty of the countryside or pack your days with all kinds of activities.
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This page was last updated: 12 September 2013