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The name Abbeycwmhir derives from the Cistercian monastery built here in 1143 and translates as Abbey in the long (hir) valley (cwm).Abbeycwmhir is also the burial place of the last native Prince of Wales "Llewellyn the Last".Damp cells remind you of the building's true purpose, along with the vast courtroom where your imagination in captured by the echoing trial of William Morgan, local duck thief.
Information on public transport can be found on: Directions: Dolswydd Farm is located on the A44 to the East of Penybont village in Mid Wales.
It is thought that the land was originally given by William II to Ralph Mortimer Earl of Wigmore.
The common land is covered extensively by grazing rights, rights to collect bracken and some rights to take stone.
The park is peaceful and tranquil, with fine views of the welsh hills and has an abundance of local wildlife including Swans who visit daily, Red Kites, Buzzards, Otters, Ducks, Woodpeckers, Curlews, Hare and Mink.
It has modern facilities and 25 good spacious pitches mainly on hard standings, all with electric connections (16A).
The park is within walking distance of the local pub which offers good home cooked food.