Motorhome Hire Merthyr Tydfil

From a rich cultural heritage to a wealth of outdoor attractions, and activities, there is much to discover in the scenic county of Merthyr Tydfil. Explore hills and valleys, discover crumbling castles, sample delectable cuisine or enjoy an afternoon of shopping – there’s so much to see in your motorhome hire Merthyr Tydfil. The area is perfect for an adventurous holiday with both adults and children. Dust off your mountain bike and set out to get acquainted with the diverse landscapes of the Taff Trail, which extends from Cardiff to Brecon. Follow a Town Centre Trail to learn about the past and present of Merthyr. Follow the journey of the first steam locomotive on the Trevithick Trail or get ready for an exhilarating rush at BikePark Wales.

The county presents much in the way of extreme sports. Enjoy everything from biking and kayaking to caving and climbing at Merthyr Tydfil. Fall in love with all stunning 65 hectares of striking views of Cyfarthfa Park, and the majestic Grade 1 listed Cyfartha Castle. Escape the crowds when you head out to Brecon Beacons National Park. Wild camp in scenic settings, summit high mountain plateaus, wander across grassy moorland, camp by peaceful reservoirs, marvel at thundering waterfalls or walk, hike and climb to your heart's content! Speak to Camperbug’sCamperbug’s listing owners in Merthyr Tydfil, Cyfarthfa, Treharris, Penydarren, Gurnos, and several other locations across the beautiful county.

  • Creigiau Gleision, seen from the south
    • Name:Merthyr Tydfil
    • Pop:60,183
    • Photo Credit: Stemonitis
    • Description: Creigiau Gleision, seen from the south
    • Lat Long:51.7500, -3.3833.,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Merthyr Tydfil

    • Treharris CF46, UK
      • Name:Treharris
      • Pop: 7,700.
      • Photo Credit:Mike Hudson
      • Description: Treharris CF46, UK
      • Lat Long:51.6650° N, 3.3059° W,

      Treharris

    • Aberfan Memorial Garden. The memorial garden has been established on the site of the Pantglas Junior School which was destroyed by a colliery tip in 1966.
      • Name:Aberfan
      • Pop: 3,381
      • Photo Credit:Stephen McKay
      • Description: Aberfan Memorial Garden. The memorial garden has been established on the site of the Pantglas Junior School which was destroyed by a colliery tip in 1966.
      • Lat Long:51.6945° N, 3.3453° W,

      Aberfan

    • Common above Bedlinog An extensive upland common falling towards the Bargod Taf beyond the boundary wall.
      • Name:Bedlinog
      • Pop: 1,066
      • Photo Credit:Graham Horn
      • Description: Common above Bedlinog An extensive upland common falling towards the Bargod Taf beyond the boundary wall.
      • Lat Long:51.7039° N, 3.3127° W,

      Bedlinog

    • Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr Tydfil The iron master's residence Cyfarthfa Castle Cyfarthfa_Castle was built by William Crawshay II in 1824, overlooking the massive Cyfarthfa Iron Works Cyfarthfa_Ironworks below (and see archived photos of the iron works here http://www.alangeorge.co.uk/cyfarthfa_ironworks.htm ). This view shows the main facade of the building, which overlooks the valley to the west. Dominating the scene in medieval fashion with its castellated towers, it's no wonder that during the 1831 Merthyr Rising Merthyr_Rising_1831 the Chartist protesters came to Cyfarthfa Castle to protest their grievances against their main protagonist William Crawshay. In 1909 Cyfarthfa Castle was purchased for £19,700 from the Crawshay family and was opened as a public Museum and Art Gallery in 1910 http://www.merthyr.gov.uk/Home/Leisure+and+Tourism/Libraries/History/Local+Facts/1900+to+1925.htm . The building is currently (2008) home to the Cyfarthfa Castle Museum and Art Gallery http://www.mer
      • Name:Merthyr Tydfil
      • Pop: 45,028
      • Photo Credit:John Wilson
      • Description: Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr Tydfil The iron master's residence Cyfarthfa Castle Cyfarthfa_Castle was built by William Crawshay II in 1824, overlooking the massive Cyfarthfa Iron Works Cyfarthfa_Ironworks below (and see archived photos of the iron works here http://www.alangeorge.co.uk/cyfarthfa_ironworks.htm ). This view shows the main facade of the building, which overlooks the valley to the west. Dominating the scene in medieval fashion with its castellated towers, it's no wonder that during the 1831 Merthyr Rising Merthyr_Rising_1831 the Chartist protesters came to Cyfarthfa Castle to protest their grievances against their main protagonist William Crawshay. In 1909 Cyfarthfa Castle was purchased for £19,700 from the Crawshay family and was opened as a public Museum and Art Gallery in 1910 http://www.merthyr.gov.uk/Home/Leisure+and+Tourism/Libraries/History/Local+Facts/1900+to+1925.htm . The building is currently (2008) home to the Cyfarthfa Castle Museum and Art Gallery http://www.mer
      • Lat Long:51.7487° N, 3.3816° W,

      Merthyr Tydfil

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