Welcome to Glendower
a peaceful caravan park in North Wales
with magnificent mountain views, static caravans for sale and a holiday cottage for rent
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, the remains of which are still visible onsite. This line once carried adventurous passengers to the edge of the mountainous Welsh wilderness.
Holidaymakers seeking the serenity of nature still travel to the area, but thanks to Glendower, they can now enjoy its magnificent scenery from a base of comfort and seclusion.
Among the Berwyn mountains
The Berwyn Mountains are home to many wonderful walking routes. These trails are little-trodden, especially compared to those in neighbouring Snowdonia. That means you can enjoy them and their panoramic views of pristine peaks and valleys all to yourself, far from crowds of other holidaymakers.
The highest waterfall in Wales cascades off a mountainside within walking distance of Glendower.
Explore the wider area and you will discover beautiful lakes, ancient castles and, if you are lucky, polecats, peregrine falcons and other rare wildlife.
the charming village of LLangynog
The local village is home to a scenic riverside walk and two cosy pubs, one of which serves food and is only a two minute walk from the park.
The many walking trails that branch from the village weave through valleys and woodlands and up and over the local hillsides. One traces a trail once used by the miners and pilgrims of the area’s past.
nearby Historic towns and sandy beaches
Travel a little further to the market town of Llanfyllin for tearooms, bistros, pubs, curiosity shops, a chip shop and a Thursday market.
Monday is market day in nearby Welshpool, where you can also enjoy afternoons strolling through a deer park or exploring Powys Castle.
Overlooked by an ancient hillfort, the market town of Oswestry hosts weekly indoor and outdoor markets, a monthly artisan market and a monthly farmer’s market.
The closest seaside resort is Barmouth, which is just over an hour away. There you will find pubs, restaurants, mountain scenery and a long sandy beach.
IF you want to get active
Some of the best destinations for canoeing and mountain biking in North Wales are found within Glendower’s surrounding area.
These include local routes and outdoor activity centres.
find out more about the holiday cottage for rent and the static caravans for sale