Vintage Caravan Ideal for a Romantic Glamping Getaway in Powys, Wales
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- Pets allowed
Other handy additions in the caravan include a comfy sofa with plush pillows, a kettle, and a small fridge. Glampers also have access to the communal barn room which has a microwave and a toaster as well as games and Wi-Fi access.
Outside, there is a covered area where guests can set up their own stove or the hosts can provide a BBQ or firepit for an additional cost.
- 1 Double bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water
- Hot water
- Shared Kitchen
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- Barbecue additional charge
- Outdoor furniture
Guests who wish to go walking will find drying facilities for their wet boots and clothing and off-road parking in which they can leave their vehicles by prior arrangement if they plan on walking to their next destination.
Guests bringing bicycles will find lock-up and wash-down facilities.
Guests bringing horses will find a variety of facilities at the site, including 12 airy stables, fenced paddocks that are divided into pens with electric fencing to ensure adequate turnout space, wood-pellet bedding, hay, an arena, a tack room, and parking space for lorries and trailers.
- All meals additional charge
- Breakfast additional charge
- Lunch additional charge
- Dinner additional charge
- Horse stall additional charge
Guided horseback riding tours of the surrounding hills are available for up to six guests at a time.
A bespoke planning service is available for guests who would like help with preparing cycling routes. Onward accommodation, luggage ferries, and return transportation for bikes (if cycling a linear route) can also be arranged.
Luggage ferries can also be arranged for guests walking to their next destination.
Route portfolios are available for walking, cycling, and horseback riding, and the hosts can provide advice based on their extensive local knowledge of the area.
Location + Surroundings
distance: 1 kilometer
In the immediate area surrounding the site, guests will find a variety of cycling routes and walking paths, such as the five-mile Beguildy Community Trail, the 12-mile Glyndwr's Way circular walk, and the various routes to be explored at Beacon Hill Crown Estate. The latter is a 5,000-acre nature reserve, where guests can enjoy a wide-open landscape covered in heather and filled with wildlife and birds, such as meadow pipits, stonechats, and whinchats. Here, guests will also find excellent tracks for horseback riding, with two bridle paths leading right from the site to the estate.
Slightly farther afield, yet only nine miles away in Knighton, guests will also find the intersection of two national trails: Offa's Dyke Path and Glyndwr's Way. A variety of mountain biking centers, trails, and tracks can be reached within an hour and a half from the site, including those at Nant yr Arian, Coed y Brenin, Hopton, Bringewood, Bucknell, Coed LLandegla, and Revolution Bike Park.
Home-cooked meals are available right at the site, but for restaurants and pubs, guests will have many options in the surrounding villages of Knighton, Leintwardine, Titley, Aymestry, and Old Radnor. The Radnorshire Arms is the nearest restaurant, located only two miles down the road. Golfers can head to the Knighton Golf Course, the Newtown Golf Course, or the Llandrindod Wells Golf Course. Those who want to learn about the history of the area will find a variety of museums in Newtown, such as the Robert Owen Museum, the Textile Museum, the WH Smith Museum, and the Oriel Davis Gallery. The region is also home to many gardens and historic buildings, such as Whimble Gardens, Bryans Ground, Hergest Croft Gardens, Gregnynog Hall Gardens, Glansevern Hall, Abbey-Cwm-Hir, and Powis Castle.
The site is about two hours from Birmingham, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Horseback riding on-site
- Wildlife watching
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
Guests will find many walking, cycling, and horseback riding routes in the surrounding region, including the Beguildy Community Trail, Glyndwr's Way, and paths at Beacon Hill Crown Estate. The latter is also an excellent site for birdwatching. For mountain biking, guests can head to Nant yr Arian, Coed y Brenin, Hopton, Bringewood, Bucknell, Coed LLandegla, and Revolution Bike Park. For golfing, they can hit the links at the Knighton Golf Course, the Newtown Golf Course, or the Llandrindod Wells Golf Course.
For museums, they can visit the Robert Owen Museum, the Textile Museum, the WH Smith Museum, and the Oriel Davis Gallery. For gardens and historic buildings, they can go to Whimble Gardens, Bryans Ground, Hergest Croft Gardens, Gregnynog Hall Gardens, Glansevern Hall, Abbey-Cwm-Hir, and Powis Castle. For dining, they can head two miles down the road to the Radnorshire Arms or visit surrounding villages, such as Knighton, Leintwardine, Titley, Aymestry, and Old Radnor.
Some spaces are shared
Horses can stay at the site for a nightly fee per horse, with many facilities available for them (see the Facilities section).
Smoking is not permitted on this site.