Fferm Llwynifan Farm – South Wales Touring Park strives to ensure that all guests and visitors can enjoy the facilities and surroundings within the park. Our aim is to help in any way we can and if you require any assistance during your stay or whilst planning your visit we will be delighted to offer our services.
As the farm diversified into tourism, the park was developed on the farm land, we are at the top of the hill. The park itself is set on a slight slope; however, this doesn’t prove too difficult for those with a disability, wheelchairs or other mobility vehicles.
We are happy to accept queries by email, textphone Hywel and Cathrin always accept Type Talk calls.
Pitch information – Our Park offers touring caravan and motor-home pitches. Standard pitches no 17 and 1, and serviced pitches 6, 11 and 7 are the pitches within close proximity to our amenity block, there is a gradual gradient to all these pitches from our facilities. Pitches are allocated on booking and we are happy to advise on the location and suitability for your requirements. Requests can be made for pitches close to facilities – please do so at time of booking.
Each pitch has a grassed area, which is closely mown, before each arrival the pitch gravel areas are raked. Cars can be parked at the side of each serviced pitch, and behind the van on all the standard pitches. Awnings must be put up on the hard standing area, to prevent the grass from dying.
Serviced pitches – All our Serviced pitches have Electric hook up, extra-large hard standing area, a cold drinking water tap, grey waste drain, free Wi-Fi, a courtesy light and a picnic table.
Standard Pitches – Our standard pitches have electric hook up, free Wi-Fi, and a hard standing area. There are two main water taps, one is on the same level as the standard pitches, the other is near the shower block.
SEE MAP (CLICK HERE) to see where the taps are located.
The chemical emptying point is also located by the shower/toilet bock, it is possible to drive down and park on the yard if you so wish.
On arrival – As you come up the drive, you will see our entry/ exit barrier, stop in front of this. We usually will see you arrive, and come to greet you, or you can call us, and we will come out and show you to the pitch. If you have a mobility scooter, we will provide a spare key fob for you to have easy access through the barrier to the facilities.
Hywel or Cathrin will then take you to your pitch, and assist if you so wish, we will also show you where all the facilities are.
All relevant information that might be needed during your stay at Llwynifan farm, is in the pre arrival emails, and on line in the Welcome pack.
Mobile phone coverage is excellent throughout the park.
Reception – Our reception is attached to the main farmhouse, there is a step 30cm high to access reception. This is not manned throughout the day, but we do usually notice when people approach the building. Hywel and Cathin live on site, and are always available.
Reception is open between 9.30am and 6pm during March, April, May, June July, August and September. Reception is then open between 10am and 5pm for the remaining months of the year.
Roads around the park – The roads around the park are loose gravel, with some areas tarmac. For all our guests safety, a speed limit of 10 mph is operated throughout the park. Lighting is low level, we have limited solar powered lights round the park and down a section of our drive, as we do not wish to create any light pollution. We suggest you therefore bring a torch, or buy one from our reception.
Showers / Toilet facilities – There is parking available out side the shower and toilet block, the surface here is cement.
Showers are open from 6am until 11pm, the toilet facilities are open 24hrs.
The Shower and toilet facilities are closed for January and February, you will therefore need to be self contained.
We have separate ladies and gents toilets.
Ladies – there is a step 19cm high, the door is 74cm wide, within this facility there are three toilets, and two hand wash basins. The room has underfloor heating.
Gents – There is a gradual slope with a step 7cm high. the door is 65cm wide There are two toilets and one urinal. Two hand wash basins. The room has underfloor heating.
Showers – we have two large spacious unisex showers. To enter the building there is a step 10cm high, the door is 1 meter wide, and has a low level door threshold. The floors in both shower have anti slip flooring, with under floor heating. There is a grab rail in both showers. We also supply a chair, which can be put into the shower cubicle if needed. The showers are NOT coin operated, and are power showers.
There are no keys to access the building, as they remain unlocked.
Lighting throughout the building is controlled by Movement sensors .
Tourist information – Our tourist information is inside a hexagonal glass house, there is a 9cm step into the building, and the information are on tables which are 80cm high. If you require assistance to get any of these please do ask Hywel or Cathrin.
Motorhome service point – This is located at the end of the standard pitches, here we have a manhole for emptying the grey waste, and a clean water tap for filling the tank. The area is on a hard concreted area.
Dog exercise field – Access to the dog exercise area may not suitable for wheelchair users, or those who have difficulty walking, as access to the field is via a gradient. The River dog walk is not suitable for wheelchair usage.
Public transport There is a limited bus service from Llwynifan housing estate CLICK HERE for the time table. We are also a 20min walk from the Heart of Wales line train station in Llangennech CLICK HERE for more information.
We hope this information has been of some use to you, we appreciate we can not answer all your questions here, For any further information please contact our reception on 01554 820420 and we will be delighted to assist in any way we can, you can also e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are on site Hywel or Cathrin usually walk round each evening between 5pm and 6pm if you have any queries, or need assistance, please do not hesitate to stop them on their travels around the park.