The Caravan & Motorhome Club Site at Tredegar House Country Park is a small site located in South Wales near Newport.

Tredegar House Country Park Club Site is ideally located within a mile of the M4 motorway, Junction 28 and only 7 miles from Cardiff. Complementing the house superbly is the Country Park itself, boasting a 17th century orangery, gardens, woodland and adventure playground open throughout the year.

Take the opportunity to visit Tredegar House as it has often been described as one of the architectural wonders of Wales, and recognised as one of the most significant 17th century houses in the whole of the British Isles. The house is open between Easter and September.

Tredegar House a National Trust Property located in South Wales near Newport.

Click here for a link to National Property Tredegar House.

The Site

The site itself has 85 pitches of which 68 are Hardstanding. This also includes 4 fully serviced pitches (these allow you to connect fresh water and waste water pipes straight to your van). The site also allows tents to be pitched in a dedicated field. Unfortunately these tent pitches do not have electric supply to them.

Tredegar House Club Site map.
Site Map

There is no dedicated dog walk on site but a short walk from the site leads you to the grounds of the house. Here you will find great open spaces for dogs to run around. Also here you will find a children’s play area plus some amazing woodland walks around the lake.

View across the lake towards Tredegar House
Looking across the lake towards the old boat house of Tredegar House
Looking down across the grounds towards Tredegar House. A great area to give your dogs a good exercise.

What’s Nearby

A favourite of visitors is a visit the small village of Ystradfellte, and taking the 5 mile walk to the four waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons – well worth the effort to witness the stunning waterfalls.

Within convenient distance of Tredegar House Country Park Club Site is the beautiful city of Cardiff, with its medieval castle, National Museum, Bay Development and vast shopping centre.

Close to the caravan park, you can visit the restored Transporter Bridge, Pwll Mawr (Big Pit mining museum) and the lovely Wye Valley. The bus stop is about a 25 minute walk from site and the service is frequent and good value, allowing you to conveniently explore the local area without the need for a car.

To see our site review click on the YouTube link below.

To see more of the area have a read of our 2018 Welsh Tour HERE.

For more information on this site or if you would like to book click HERE.

1 Comment

  1. We really do like this site. There is so much to do around the area.

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