Red Kite Touring Park – Llanidloes, Powys

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Proprietor: Richard Onions and Emily Bryant
Address: Red Kite Touring Park c/o Clywedog Caravan Park Glyn Lane, Llanidloes, Powys
Postcode: SY18 6NE
Telephone: 01686 412122


Number of pitches: 66
Open Season: 1 Mar - 31 Oct 2016

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Located just one mile from the historic market town of Llanidloes on the B4518, Red Kite is a 5 star family owned touring park exclusively for adults. Featuring 66 fully serviced pitches and a state of the art amenity block. Set in 20 acres boasting a large amenity area with nature ponds, walking routes and dog walks. Positioned on a gently sloping, south-facing site with beautiful views across the valley Red Kite is in an ideal location for exploring the Clywedog Reservoir, Hafren Forest and the Elan valley or further afield the Snowdonia National Park or the Brecon Beacons. The route to Llanidloes is only 20 minutes along a well-lit footpath and only 40 minutes drive to beautiful coastal towns.

Park Facilities:

Situated on a gently sloping, south facing side of the Clywedog Valley easily accessible directly off the B4518 with large tarmac entrance. We offer  peace and tranquillity with superb views across the Welsh Valley and a warm, friendly welcome and are always on hand to help. Within the grounds of the park there are large dog walking areas, with a separate fenced off dog training area. There are nice walks from the park into town, or along the river Clywedog and the Severn Way skirts the park, please ask at reception for more information.

  • Great Crested Newt pond and picnic areas
  • Rental cars can be delivered and collected
  • Total of 20 Acres to Explore
  • 20 Minute walk to Llanidloes
  • Large clean refuse & recycling area
  • Late arrivals bay with electric hook-up & water.
  • Number plate recognition entry system

Pitches:

The park is laid out into four Terraces / Areas: Tylluan Wen (Owl), Bwncath (Buzzard), Barcud Coch (Red Kite) and Creyr Glas (Heron) which you can view on the site plan. All pitches are gravel hardstanding, accessed along tarmac roadways with brick pavior edgings. Each pitch is fully serviced with its own bollard featuring:

  • 16amp electricity
  • Fresh Water Connection
  • Grey Water Disposal
  • Brown Water Disposal (If using green chemical)
  • Free Wifi available on all pitches
  • Piped television

Toilet Block:

Our ‘Loo of the Year Platinum award winning’ with underfloor heating throughout features:

  • Sensor activated flushing toilets, hand basins & showers
  • Two private rooms each containing a toilet, wash basin & shower
  • Fully fitted out disabled wet room
  • Laundrette including Washers, Dryers, Ironing Board & hand washing facilities
  • Washing Up Room with secondary information point
  • Dog wash room complete with dryer
  • Elson point for blue chemical

Reception:

  • Friendly owners & staff always on hand to help
  • Tourist Information
  • Calor Gas Stocked
  • Caravan & motorhome accessories available
  • Ice creams available

Recreation:

  • Superb views accross the Welsh Valley
  • Great Crested Newt pond and picnic areas
  • Total of 20 Acres to Explore
  • 15 Minute walk to Llanidloes

Dog Walking:

Within the grounds of the park there are dog walking areas, and a fenced off dog training area further afield it is a nice walk down into the town, and the Severn Way skirts the park, please ask at reception for more information.

  • Dog Walking Area
  • Separate Enclosed Dog Exercise Area
  • Dog Wash (located within the toilet block building)

General Information:

  • Refuse & Recycling area
  • Late arrivals bay with electric hookup
  • Numberplate Recognition Barrier
  • Seasonal Pitches Available

Whats On Nearby:

  • Clywedog Dam and sailing club less than 3 miles away
  • 20 min walk into the market town of Llanidloes
  • Red Kite feeding centres only 20 mins drive
  • 40 mins from Royal Welsh showground
  • 40 mins to Welsh coastal towns
  • 15 mins drive to the Hafren Forest with many walking/hiking trails some leading to the source of the river Severn

 

Few miles drive to the Hafren Forest with many walking/hiking trails some leading to the source of the river Severn

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How To Find Us:

To get to Red Kite Touring Park (Mid Wales) take the A470 to LLanidloes then the B4518(Signposted Clywedog Dam) the touring caravan park is about a mile up on the left hand side 100 yards past the Clywedog Riverside Holiday Home Park.Ive attached a map of the area with road names etc.

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Red Kite Touring Park – Llanidloes, Powys

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Red Kite Touring Park – Llanidloes, Powys 52.459618, -3.550944 Red Kite Touring Park – Llanidloes, Powys Proprietor: Richard Onions and Emily BryantAddress: Red Kite Touring Park c/o Clywedog Caravan Park Glyn Lane, Llanidloes, PowysPostcode: SY18 6NETelephone: 01686 412122 • Visit park website • Email the park A new, high-quality touring park to open Spring 2016. Red Kite Touring Park will be easy accessible directly off the B4518. The site will be situated just one mile from Llanidloes town centre making it easily accessible on foot.SY18 6NE, United Kingdom (Directions)