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Electric vehicle charging points in Wales

A red car charging at an electric vehicle charging point
You can charge your car at a number of National Trust places | © RAW Charging

Plug in your electric vehicle while you explore mighty castles, beautiful beaches and glorious gardens in Wales. There are 36 electric vehicle charging points across Wales, all perfectly placed for a great day out.

Check before you visit

We would highly recommend checking with individual properties before your visit to confirm that the charging points are in operation.

It is also worth noting that all our electric vehicle charging points are slow charge and they may be occupied on arrival, so it’s best not to leave it until you’re running on empty and allow plenty of time.

Electric vehicle charging points in North Wales

Penrhyn Castle, Bangor 
You'll find Penrhyn Castle's electrical vehicle charging point in the main car park, just below the visitor reception building.Visit Penrhyn Castle
Bodnant Garden, Conwy
There is an electrical vehicle charging point in the car park at Bodnant Garden, on the right, opposite the café.Visit Bodnant Garden
Erddig, Wrexham
At Erddig, there is an electrical vehicle charging point in the car park.Visit Erddig
Chirk Castle, Wrexham
You'll find Chirk Castle's electrical vehicle charging point adjacent to the main car park, which is located to the rear of the shop and visitor reception.Visit Chirk Castle
Llŷn Peninsula
Porthdinllaen, Llanbedrog and Porthor car parks have electric vehicle charging points, as well as Plas yn Rhiw and Porth y Swnt. There is also one at Cwrt Farm near Aberdaron, LL53 8DA.Visit Llanbedrog beach
Snowdonia
There are electrical vehicle charging points at Craflwyn, Hafod y Llan farm (for campsite users) in Nant Gwynant and at Dyffryn Mymbyr holiday cottage (for guests).Visit Craflwyn and Beddgelert
National Trust electric Land Rover connected to a power supply from an old stone building in Snowdonia, Wales.
Electric vehicle charging in Snowdonia | © National Trust Images/ John Millar

Electric vehicle charging points in Mid Wales

Powis Castle, Welshpool
There are electrical vehicle charging points in the car park at Powis Castle. Look out for the electric visitor shuttle bus too.Visit Powis Castle

Electric vehicle charging points in South Wales

Tredegar House, Newport
You'll find Tredegar House's electric vehicle charging point in the main visitor car park adjacent to the coach parking bays.Visit Tredegar House
Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan
At Dyffryn Gardens, there are electric charging points in the main car park adjacent to the play area.Visit Dyffryn Gardens
Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire
The electric vehicle charging point can be found at Dinefwr's Home Farm Farmhouse, on the building labelled ‘The Granary’. Please note that this is a staff office that’s separate to the visitor parking area – postcode SA19 6RU.Visit Dinefwr
Pembrokeshire
There are electric vehicle charging points at Stackpole Quay car park, Stackpole Centre and Martin's Haven car park.Visit Stackpole
Gower
You'll find electric vehicle charging points at Rhosili car park and South Pilton Green Farmhouse.Visit Rhosili
Brecon Beacons
There are electric vehicle charging points at Dan y Gyrn administrative base and workshop, Blaenglyn Farm, Libanus, Brecon LD3 8NF.Visit the Brecon Beacons
View of Powis Castle, perched above its terraced gardens, Powys, Wales, in autumn.

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