Welcome to The Pines Caravan Park .... We are now open for our customers who own their own caravans here. We will continue to take things slowly and have not yet opened up our caravans for hire, other than for those customers who had already booked before lockdown.
Caravans for hire and for sale situated close to Rhayader and only 7 miles from Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales
The Pines Caravan Park – Caravans to hire and for sale is situated close to Rhayader and only 7 miles from Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales offers a peaceful place to holiday amongst the beautiful Welsh mountains. Whether taking one of the many walks or more energetic bike rides around the Elan Valley Reservoirs and Dams keep your eyes open for the wildlife, the Red Kite is a common sight here for the bird-watchers amongst you. Our caravans are all fully equipped for self catering, with a cafe within easy walking distance if you prefer to eat out during the day. We offer mid week or weekend breaks as well as full weeks, with a modern purpose built wheelchair accessible caravan available for hire.
Canoeing, Walking, Fishing or just relaxing. There are many ways to enjoy your stay at The Pines Caravan Park
A warm welcome from your hosts Philip and Sally Tolson.
We are here to help with anything that will help your stay be a memorable one.
We live on site (in the Old Station House) and are happy to help with any problems or concerns that you may have. Please ring the bell for help, advice or even just a chat.
In the information point you will find a range of brochures, maps and details of local walks, please help yourself.
We moved to The Pines in 2005 from West Yorkshire after falling in love with the area whilst holidaying close by in Machynlleth for many years.
If you need a hand with anything, you just have to ask. We are here to make your break a memorable one.
The local shop for your morning paper and other essentials is only a few yards from The Pines, a nice stroll to start your day. Now open 24 hours.
How To Find Us
Mid-Wales Caravan Park
From the North….
A470 approx 3.5 miles from Rhayader clock tower on the Rhayader to Builth Wells road.
Just past (only just!) The Halt cafe and Esso petrol station on the right. We are next door to the “Vulcan Lodge”
Care some Sat Navs will tell you to turn left onto Allt Y Crug, please don’t do this.
From the South….
A470 approx 10 miles from Builth Wells, signposted Rhayader.
N.B. NOT the A483 to Llandrindod Wells. Through Newbridge-On-Wye, then after approx 4 miles look for a signpost for The Halt Cafe. (take the slip road and not the sharp left) we are next door to the Vulcan Lodge, just before the Esso petrol station.
From the East…
A44 To Rhayader turn left at the clock tower onto the A470 and then follow directions as for “from the north”
Approximate distances in miles:
Aberystwyth 36, Birmingham 78, Brecon 25, Bristol 90, Cardiff 68, Chepstow 75, Chester 89, Devil’s Bridge 24, Gloucester 77, Hay-on-Wye 29, Hereford 46, Newtown 32, Swansea 69, Worcester 67
The Pines Caravan Park is situated on an old railway line, which closed in the 1960’s following The Beeching Report.
The caravans can be found on two different levels, with those on the lower level standing on the old platform.
The Reception and our living accommodation is the old Doldowlod Station house / ticket office