Holiday Park Homes, Lodges & Static Caravans Powys Mid Wales

Visiting the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway

Holiday Parks in WelshpoolEaster is almost here, and with it brings time with our family for many of us. If you’re planning on going away somewhere for the Easter bank holiday, holiday parks in Welshpool can offer a tranquil retreat with plenty of sightseeing to do nearby.
Mid Wales is known for its lush green hills and natural attractions, making it the perfect place to truly unwind and take a break from everyday life. For those who enjoy adventurous holidays, there are an abundance of walking and cycling routes around Welshpool which offer superb views of the Welsh landscape.
 Whilst the area may feel rather remote, there are still plenty of activities and landmarks to visit. From c.... Click here to read more

Get Crafty at Powis Castle in March

Caravan park in Mid WalesOur caravan park in Mid Wales is not too far from Powis Castle and its beautifully maintained gardens. A short 15 minute drive from the park will take you to the castle, which is a National Trust owned property.
The castle is open throughout the year, with later closing times during the lighter summer months. Currently, the castle and shops are open from 11am to 4pm, whilst the gardens and restaurant are open from 10am to 4pm.
The medieval castle is recognisable from its red bricks, and has also been known as Castell Coch in Welsh – which simply translates to red castle. The famed Queen Victoria was known to have visited the castle whilst she was a chi.... Click here to read more

Walking Trails Within and Near Welshpool

Caravan Park in Mid WalesIt’s now only a month left to go until we open our gates for a new season at our caravan park in Mid Wales. If you’ll be here in March, there’s a good chance you’ll want to take a few walks around the area to witness the first, and much awaited, signs of spring arriving in Wales.
Wales is the perfect place to enjoy scenic strolls (as well as more challenging ones), and there is an abundance of way-marked walking trails within the area to enjoy. Here are a few which offer fantastic views of the surrounding valleys.

Offa’s Dyke Path
This long-distance footpath follows the border between England and Wales. It.... Click here to read more

A Local Attraction: Powis Castle

caravan park in mid walesFor those who will be staying at a holiday or caravan park in Mid Wales once the new season begins, there are plenty of attractions and historical landmarks for you to explore within the area during your holiday.

One such attraction that is certainly worth a visit is Powis Castle and its beautifully managed gardens.

Powis Castle has been referred to as a number of alternative names throughout the years, including Castell Coch, which translates to ‘red castle’ from Welsh and Castell Pool, which is in reference to the town of Welshpool.

This medieval castle has had a string of influential proprietors since its construction in the 13th century,.... Click here to read more

Top Five Attractions in Welshpool

Holiday and caravan parks in Welshpool are a wonderful place to enjoy the peace and tranquillity this region offers. Set deep within 30 acres of Welsh woodland, our holiday park is the perfect location to relax and observe gorgeous country views.
Holidays are certainly a time for relaxation, but they’re also a great time to try new activities and see new sights. There are plenty of days out around Welshpool, including leisurely country walks, railways and museums.

Powis Castle & Gardens
Built in the 1200s for the Welsh Princes of Powys, this fortified stately home National Trust property is a beautiful place to vi.... Click here to read more

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