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Candleston Campsite

Candleston Campsite is a large site ideally suited to live role play, re-enactment, and other activity groups.
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Our site is located within 100 acres of woodland in Merthyr Mawr, South Wales.

Adjoining the site is the 900 acre Merthyr Mawr Warren National Nature Reserve fronting over a kilometre of sandy beach, part of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. Adjacent to the site is Candleston Castle; an atmospheric, ruined 14th century fortified manor house with a large walled courtyard.


The campsite, Nature Reserve, Castle, woodland, and surrounding land offer a huge variety of landscape features, and together form part of Merthyr Mawr Estate.
The site lies on very sandy, free draining soil and is therefore usable in all weathers!

Directions

From Junction 35 on the M4:

  • Turn onto the A473 heading for Bridgend
  • At 2nd traffic island turn on the A48 north
  • Go straight on at the first island then turn left at the next island onto the B4265 sign posted to Ogmore-by-Sea
  • Take the next proper right hand turn sign posted to Merthyr Mawr
  • Take next proper left hand turn again sign posted to Merthyr Mawr
  • Follow road into Merthyr Mawr village at junction in village stay right
  • Follow road out of village until it ends in a car park
  • At the entrance of the car park go through the left hand gate into the forested area
  • Drive along the left hand track until you reach the event parking area

Address

Candleston Castle Campsite
Merthyr Mawr Road
Merthyr Mawr
Nr Bridgend
South Wales
CF320LS

Sat Nav Information

If you use the postcode in your Sat Nav, it will only get you to the last house on the left, of Merthyr Mawr Village.
Continue past the house until you get to the "double gateway", and the site entrance is the gate to the left.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 December 2013 16:21
 

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