Glanusk Caravan Park

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Dog-friendly camping and caravanning with 40 pitches on a spectacular country estate in the Breacon Beacons National Park.

  • Modern, newly built amenities block with underfloor heating throughout. It features:
  • Disabled facilities
  • Toilets, basins
  • Showers
  • Towels
  • Toiletries and hairdryers
  • Covered dish washing facilities
  • Dog and bike washing points
  • A dedicated dog walking area
  • Free waste and recycling areas
  • Campfires are not permitted.

The Estate is renowned for its trees, which include over 200 different species and cultivars of Quercus (oak), and historic CADW listed buildings, including the Tower Bridge over the River Usk, ancient Celtic standing stones, the private church, farm buildings and stables, all either Grade II listed or Grade II starred. Fishing can be booked via the Estate Office, clay pigeon shooting can also be arranged and there are wonderful river walks, woodland walks and access to excellent walking and cycling routes.  The private gardens and oak collection on the Glanusk Estate are open to the public on on certain dates or by appointment.
Easy access off the B4558 (Cwm Crawnon Road) and only 2 miles from the unique town of Crickhowell, Glanusk Caravan Park is easy to find and offers plenty to do during your stay either at the Estate or in the surrounding areas.  Well behaved dogs are welcome too.


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