Local attractions

Rhyd-y-groes touring caravan site is situated in the idyllic countryside of the Welsh border. Located three miles from picturesque Marton, near Welshpool, the site is an ideal base for exploring nearby Welshpool, Montgomery and Mid Wales.

Rhyd-y-groes is an excellent location for outdoor pursuits, and guests can explore the scenic Welsh countryside on foot, bike or horseback. Nearby walks include the Stiperstones and the famous Offa’s Dyke trail. Information on recognised local walks is available at the touring caravan site, and owners William and Helen Davies are happy to provide advice on scenic nearby routes.

The site is within easy distance of nearby Montgomery, Churchstoke, Welshpool and Bishop’s Castle.

Montgomery is a picturesque former County town boasting a hall, museum, castle and brewery. It also offers an excellent variety of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops, including The Chequers restaurant, a Michelin starred establishment serving French cuisine.

Welshpool is a pleasant market town just a few miles from the touring caravan site. It boasts a steam railway, leisure centre, museum and nearby golf course. History enthusiasts and lovers of stately homes can also enjoy a visit to Powys Castle and gardens, while Coed-y-Dinas garden centre can provide a wide range of goods and equipment for the home and outdoor living.

Churchstoke and Bishops Castle are both within easy distance of the site. Visitors to Churchstoke can enjoy the village’s Sunday market and car boot sale, while Bishops Castle is a market town steeped in history, boasting one of the oldest breweries in the country.

More information on local attractions is available at the touring caravan site, and William and Helen are happy to provide guests with advice, information and recommendations on things to do in the local area.