Cringoed Caravan Park
Wales, Mid Wales, Powys, Newtown
- +44 1650 521237
- 17 March - 30 November.
Alan Rogers Review of Cringoed Caravan Park
Cringoed is a pleasant, peaceful, small park with a river to one side, hills on the other and trees at either end. There are 30 spacious pitches available for touring and these are in a level open field, each with hardstanding and 16A electricity. About 36 caravan holiday homes are placed at either end of the site, some amongst trees and some in a newer, more open area. There are also ten tent pitches, some with electricity. This is a relaxing base where you can sit and listen to the river and watch the wildlife, but it is also within easy reach of some of mid-Wales’ best scenery and not far from the coast.
Paul and Sue Mathers continue landscaping the site and will make you very welcome. The site lighting is from old-style lamp posts, which are a charming touch. There is a play area and plenty of open spaces with a small stream and lots of wildlife. Every effort has been made to create a campsite which will be a favourite with families with young children.
Facilities at Cringoed Caravan Park
The single toilet block is neat, modern and quite adequate. Laundry and dishwashing. Adventure play area. Small tourist information room. WiFi (free).
Directions to Cringoed Caravan Park
From the A470 between Newton and Machynlleth in the village of Llanbrynmair take the B4518 signed Staylittle (caravan signs). After 1 mile just before bridge turn right, go over site bridge and turn right into site.
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