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Rhandirmwyn Club Site
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Open from Apr to Oct
112m above sea level
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Loved it here - very peaceful and quiet. Site wardens friendly and helpful. No phone signal but site has basic wifi. Walks surrounding the area - there is a large map and suggested walks displayed on site. At time of writing most facilities closed - loos, showers, shop because of covid.View all reviews by lesleycr
Last 1/2 mile of trip is a bit scary but worth it!
This is a great site for lovers of the great outdoors. Pitches are level, facilities are spotless, shop sells the basics and the campsite managers Barry & Wendy are friendly and helpful. The site is up in mountains 9 miles from the nearest town of Llandovery, next to lovely Tywi River and within walking distance of two great pubs. The nearby lake of Llyn Brianne is spectacular - looks like Norwegian fjords. Being a C&CC site it is quite expensive in high season. Not particularly midge-y, BTW.View all reviews by gerald
Coming from the NW there is NO signage and sat nav post code is 1/4 mile out. There is no mobile signal so you can't call to find out. Take gallons of repellent - the midges, mozzies and bitting flies are ferocious in warm weather.View all reviews by vanwolf
Love this quiet site. Great walking and a local pub with a defibrillator out front! Walked 8 miles to an RSPB bird reserve and back...View all reviews by max1
Fabulous site in a fabulous & peaceful location alongside the river Twyi. Extremely tidy with really well-cared for facilities. Toilets were a pleasure to use. The new (this year) site managers could not have been more welcoming or helpful & they're starting to stock the previously somewhat neglected shop with everyday essentials. The dawn chorus HAS to be heard, the dark skies have to be marvelled at. We ate at the nearby Tywi Bridge Inn which had two good real ales on, and the best home-cooked food I've had in ages. Good vegetarian choices, tooView all reviews by martinfa
Hardstanding pitches with EHU available as well as a number of grass pitches (which we made the mistake of taking. It DID rain!). The site keepers were happy for us to move.
Site WiFi is a bit dodgy.