Tredegar House Country Park is within a mile of the M4 and only seven miles from Cardiff. The house itself is 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 and the park itself open all year as is The Caravan Club site. The site is about to be extremely busy with the Six Nations Cup.
The house and parkland is operated by the National Trust and is another example of the successful relationship between the Trust and the Club. The site is seven acres with eighty pitches and I stayed for a couple of nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. Immaculate – not easy in February with the recent weather – with an Asda round the corner should you have suffered as I did from a memory lapse.