Rivendell Farm - Local Attractions Near Your Glamping Site
Wigwam Holidays Rivendell Farm is ideally situated for a trip to either the Pembrokeshire or Cardigan coastlines, both around 20 miles away. Enjoy the long sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire or the more rugged Cardigan coast where you can also book dolphin watching trips from New Quay.
In the opposite direction there is the famous Gower peninsular and Swansea if you’re looking for something a little less rural. South of Rivendell is Pembrey Country Park, Carmarthen and the coastal town of Burry Port. Tenby is also within easy reach for a day trip.
Brechfa is a large coniferous forest with waymarked trails, ideal for mountain biking or trail running. If you enjoy life at a slower pace, pack a picnic and follow the Forest Garden Trail to observe giant redwoods, eucalyptus sessile oak and walnut.
Brechfa’s mountain biking trails are suited to a wide range of abilities. Experienced riders can take on the challenging features of the black graded Raven Trail, whereas families and beginners can enjoy the gentle Derwen Trail - a perfect introduction to mountain biking.
The British Bird of Prey Centre
The British Bird of Prey Centre provides a fun and educational day, perfect for the whole family. The centre performs shows daily, which feature Golden eagles, Red kites and Peregrine falcons flying within inches of visitors, all with the amazing backdrop of the National Botanic Garden of Wales. You will even have the opportunity to fly a bird yourself!
Pembrey Country Park
Pembrey Country Park is a 500 acre park and beach in Carmarthenshire. Enjoy a special combination of Green Flag woodlands situated alongside Blue Flag beaches - an idyllic blend of luscious woodlands and golden sands providing the perfect environment for a family day out.
There are plenty of activities to keep all ages entertained including a dry ski slope, toboggan ride, crazy golf, train rides, adventure play area, and a mix of nature trails.
Come and admire this mighty medieval castle, accompanied by a Tudor mansion and poet’s hideout. Two large stone towers stand guard over the remains of a magnificent Tudor mansion, all set in 19th century ornamental gardens.
After centuries of conflict between Welsh and Anglo-Normans, Laugharne transformed this former dilapidated 13th century castle into a luxury residence, including a grand hall with a view over the water.
Llyn Brianne Dam and Reservoir
Llyn Brianne is a spectacular reservoir holding over 64 million cubic metres of water contained by a 91m stone dam. Activities surrounding the water include bird watching, stargazing, mountain biking and walking. Llyn Brianne is a great spot for astrophotography and was officially awarded Dark Sky Discovery Site status in October 2019.