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Pont-rhyd-y-groes, Wales, United Kingdom, SY25 6DX
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Open from Jan to Dec
266m above sea level
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Now has signs saying no overnight parking.View all reviews by peladon
Nice quiet spot although the access road is very narrow and twisty.View all reviews by sreidpe
Quite busy with walkers parking up although it was a sunny Sunday - they all left by 8pm leaving us the car park too ourselves.
Nice walks around the estate.
Great quiet spot. When I visited in Jan were just a few walkers /dog walkers during the day and no one else at night. Scenic walks through the estate and along the river. Also good cycling up the valley towards Rhayader. Access roads quite narrow but manageable.View all reviews by paddymcc
One of my favourite spots with beautiful walks around the estate, can get busy in the day with walkers, but very quiet & peaceful overnight. I always found the disabled toilet open & clean, but there is also a pay toilet at the church.View all reviews by peladon
Devil's Bridge is just up the road, with amazing waterfall walks. The cafe at the caravan park does a fantastic breakfast & you can get the old Rheidol steam railway train to Aberystwyth, which is a bit pricey, but absolutely stunning views & well worth it.
A fantastic little spot ... can get quite busy during the day if the weather is good. Some lovely woodland & circular walks from the site. Some area's are sloping, limited phone signal down one of the tracks a small ways. All in all a great place to stop .. clear skys offer a fantastic blanket of stars over the treetops. Although near to a road there was next to no traffic overnight. There is a disabled Toilet which you need a raygun/key for which I assume you get from the site office.View all reviews by thecraftycamper
We stayed at this one. Great little place. Quiet and picturesque. It is free to park here and you can purchase a map for £2 to show you around the parklands. Stunning scenery on all the walks. If your nearing lunch time take the blue trail and a picnic. The car park has a slight slope in places.View all reviews by steve101