Welcome to Glendower
a peaceful caravan park in North Wales with magnificent mountain views
A holiday cottage for rent, and static caravans for sale in North Wales
Glendower lies in the pristine north of Powys on the eastern fringe of Snowdonia
This caravan park in North Wales is built on what was the last stop of the now disused Tanat Valley Light Railway. Its romantic remains, including parts of the platform and tracks, are still visible on-site. This line once brought adventurous passengers to the edge of the mountainous Welsh wilderness.
Holidaymakers seeking natural serenity still travel to the area, but thanks to Glendower, they can now enjoy its magnificent scenery from a base of comfort and seclusion.
Surrounding this wonderful caravan park in North Wales are the rugged peaks of the Berwyn Range
Less well-known than the neighbouring mountains of Snowdonia, the Berwyn Mountains offer excellent walking opportunities and stunning panoramic views that can be enjoyed free from crowds of other holidaymakers.
The Range is home to the highest waterfall in Wales, which cascades down a mountainside within walking distance of Glendower.
Explore the surrounding area and you will also discover awe-inspiring lakes and ancient castles.
Across the bridge just beyond the park entrance is the charming village of LLangynog
Here you will find a scenic riverside path and two cosy pubs, one of which serves delicious food and is only a two-minute walk from the park.
Several walking trails branching out from the village. Some lead through valleys and woodlands, others up the rocky hillsides. One traces a trail once trodden by the miners and pilgrims of the area’s past.
Travel a little further to the market town of Llanfyllin for tea and coffee shops, pubs, bistros, curiosity shops, a chip shop and a market held every Thursday.
Monday is market day in nearby Welshpool, where you can also enjoy an afternoon strolling the deer park or exploring Powys Castle.
The historic market town of Oswestry is overlooked by an ancient hillfort and hosts weekly indoor and outdoor markets, a monthly artisan market and a monthly farmers’ market.
The closest seaside resort is Barmouth, which is just over an hour away. There you will find a long sandy beach, mountain scenery, and great restaurants and pubs.
If you are looking for somewhere to go canoeing or mountain biking in North Wales, you will be glad to hear that the area surrounding Glendower has an excellent selection of outdoor activity centres and destinations.
Bird lovers should keep an eye on the skies above where they are likely to spot the swooping wings of buzzards, red kites and peregrine falcons.