Woodland Waterfalls, Llanidloes, Powys
Caravan Holiday Park Information
Set in a large, 2 acre, sheltered and secluded garden and natural woodland, with babbling streams feeding 5 delightful pools, and a 6 metre waterfall, floodlit after dark. The garden has many paths, 8 benches, 4 swinging benches, huge hammock designed for 2 people and hanging chairs positioned for inspiring views of the trees, pools and utterly serene views over thickly wooded valleys and rolling green hills. For evening stargazing, there is a wood burning stove next to the double hammock by the waterfalls.
You can walk directly onto the hills from the top of the garden and enjoy wonderful panoramic views.
Otherwise, you can choose more level walks from the lane, passing rare breed sheep and angora goats.
The sky is regularly decorated with the aerial acrobatics of buzzards, and sometimes red kites or swallows.
Situated in one of the most beautiful areas of Mid Wales, 2 miles from the small, attractive town of Llanidloes which even offers an organic fruit and vegetable shop, a vegetarian restaurant, as well as a health food shop! There is a thriving arts and crafts community, and it is only 25 minutes drive from the Centre for Alternative Technology on the coast.
The surrounding area is a special attraction for walkers because of the sheer variety of scenery, and includes the most spectacular section of Offa's Dyke as well as Glyndwr's Way and Hafren Forest, with the walk to the source of the River Severn.
Nearby is the spectacular Elan Valley with its 4 reservoirs and river walks.
Also nearby are places for golfing, swimming, bowling, tennis, squash, and also sailing and angling in the idyllic setting of Lake Clywedog, a haven for rare and migratory birds.
Nearest stations are Newtown or Caersws in Powys. “Ferry service” available to station.
|Mids & East England|
|Tyne & Wear|
|South East England|
|Isle of Wight|
|South West England|
|Isle of Anglesey|
|Argyll and Bute|
|Dumfries and Galloway|
|Ross and Cromarty|