Touring Caravan and Camping Park
The touring caravan & camping park at Pentre Penarth offers a haven of peace and quiet on the slopes of Mount Pleasant, just one mile to the south of Llanfair Caereinion.
It is an ideal stop if you are touring, but beware: there is so much to see in these parts you will be tempted to spend a few days here. Llanfair Caereinion is just a mile away, and it is well worth taking time to explore this small Welsh market town, with its handsome church, healing well and splendid riverside woodlands.You could also take a ride into Welshpool on the Welshpool & Llanfair Steam Railway, to enjoy the fine shops, canal basin, canal trip-boat and museum.
From Welshpool it is just a one-mile-walk through parkland to Powis Castle, where you can explore this fine National Trust property, and stroll in the splendidly planted and landscaped gardens. Indeed, if you are particularly interested in gardens, then the Dingle and Derwen Garden Centres are nearby.
And when you have enjoyed the surrounding sights, you can relax at your base in Pentre Penarth, and take a leisurely walk over the fields of this 50 acre farm, savouring the expansive views, and the gentle beauty of this part of un-discovered Montgomeryshire.
|Glyn & Delyth Roberts
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How to find Pentre Penarth
From the A458 Dolgellau to Welshpool Road, turn across the bridge into Llanfair Caereinion. Drive through the town and turn left opposite the church onto the B4389 towards Newtown.
Continue for about one mile up the hill. Pentre Penarth is on the right.