- Listed in Campsites nearest to Llandovery, Carmarthenshire
- Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, SA20 0NT
- 01550 760257
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Rhandirmwyn (pronounced rn-dee-mo-n) means Valley of the Minerals and is in an old lead mining area in the Towy Valley. This is a glorious place for wildlife and red kites are regularly seen on Site.
Llandovery, the town nearest to Site, is just over seven miles away. It has a cobbled market square, many old inns, shops, banks and a supermarket. It also has a weekly Country Market. Dinas Nature Reserve is around four miles away. A two-mile trail goes through the reserve and along the River Tywi. Llyn Brianne Reservoir is a lovely place to visit. See red kites, ravens and buzzards feed at the Gigrin Farm Bird Reserve in the market town of Rhayader. The Elan Valley is home to some of Britains rarest wildlife and plants. Llandrindod Wells is an attractive Victorian spa town, as is Builth Wells further south. The Dolaucothi Gold Mines were first exploited by the Romans and mining continued into the 1930s.
Lampeter is a pleasant market town in the Teifi valley, west of the Site. Llandeilo has an exceptionally long, single-span bridge across the river. Dinefwr Park has a castle and nature reserve as well as the 17th century Newton House. In the Tywi valley, Aberglasney Gardens has been inspiring poets since 1477.
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