A successful Powys holiday park has applied for planning permission to more than double its current capacity.

Llety’r Eos Caravan Park near Llanfyllin has applied to add 17 additional caravans to its current 15, so that they can “offer visitors a unique holiday experience, allowing visitors to relax and escape in this rural setting”.

The development is on land under the ownership of Llety’r Eos Caravan Park, which is run by the Jones family.


The site extends over approximately 13 acres with 15 caravans currently on site. The proposed additional caravans will be located to the North and East of the existing caravan park and they are proposing “new and improved” access to the site.

In a design and access statement, agents Roger Parry said: “Llety’r Eos is the ideal location for a family holiday home. Set in peaceful wooded valley it overlooks the beautiful Welsh countryside and provides you with the perfect setting in which to relax and unwind. Scenic walks lead through the stunning nearby woods and pastures.

“This particular layout has been chosen to allow an extension to the existing holiday park while ensuring there will be no disruption to the existing caravans.”

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The agents have also said that the proposed layout of the site “has been designed to fit into the surroundings and to be unobtrusive in the countryside” and that the “location of the caravans and additional landscaping have been designed to blend into the surroundings and as such would not be seen within the wider context.”

They added that the proposal “will not cause any detrimental effect on the surrounding landscape.”

“The caravans will be located on pastureland creating a circular layout on the site. The proposed caravans will still sit on lower level land than that of the surrounding land, due to the topography of the land the caravans cannot be seen from the B4391.”