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Ty Gwyneth Romany Caravan

9.3

We’ve lots of tiny campsites here at Pitchup.com (and small, and medium, and stonkingly big too; we like to mix it up).

The peace, the quiet, the brewing your tea of a morning with the only sounds the twittering of birds, the singing of the kettle and your other half still snoring…

There’s a lot to be said for getting away from hordes of people and pitching up on one of our teeny tiny sites.

It doesn’t get much tinier than at Ty Gwyneth Romany Caravan, where, with one restored gypsy wagon on site, guests are guaranteed to be in glorious solitude after making the ten-minute journey from Bridgend train station or following the duck – yes, really – on the brown sign opposite the nearby Fountain Inn.

The wonderful wagon once roamed the lanes of Perthshire and was then bought for the owner’s children for sleepovers and parties.

Now put restfully to grass, the Romany caravan sits in a private garden overlooking the owners’ beef and sheep farm, and is available for travellers along its route or to use as a base for trips to Cardiff, Swansea or the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Although this is a traditional gypsy wagon, the amenities are fully 21st century – there’s a loo, hot shower and kitchen kit just a step away, and guests will even have WiFi, definitely not known as a staple of wanderers all those decades ago.

If you don’t want to microwave your meals, the caravan also comes with a barbecue and a log burner patio set so you can make breakfast well away from the dulcet tones of your snoring other half.

Arrive:Mon 17 Jun 2013
Depart:Tue 18 Jun 2013 (1 night)
Party:2 adults

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We ask that visitors respect the peace and quiet of the neighbourhood and the fact that there are farm animals in neighbouring fields.

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