Escape the hustle and bustle and explore the local area of beautiful Mid Wales. From idyllic towns and villages to tranquil national parks and stunning coastlines, here you can see it all.
Perfect for an adults only holiday in Mid Wales, our touring park is within an hours drive from a number of must see destinations.
A stunning drive along a scenic mountain road lands you in a rural market town with a quirky, eco-friendly vibe. There's loads to do and see just wandering around. There are plenty of antique stores, alternative lifestyle shops and galleries featuring local artists and craftspeople. There's a bustling market on Wednesdays and few minutes in the car is the Mach Loop for low flying aircraft.Find Out More
Simply hop in the car and discover spectacular beaches along the mid Wales coast.Find Out More
Ynys Llas, Borth, Aberdovey and Aberystwyth are all under an hour's drive away and are well worth a visit. About 90 minutes away lies ancient Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, which is a popular choice as is New Quay, which is just a little further south.
Vale of Rheidol Railway
See the countryside change as you travel through wide open fields and meadows, woodland and rugged mountain scenery. The narrow track gauge allows the railway to follow the contours of the terrain with many sharp curves and steep gradients which add to the railway’s charm.Find Out More
Devils Bridge Waterfalls
A world famous tourist attraction in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains and 12 miles from the seaside town of Aberystwyth. These unique waterfalls have attracted many thousands of visitors since the 18th century.. Today, the Falls Nature Trail provides a unique opportunity to see this great natural feature in the Rheidol Gorge.Find Out More
The restored octagonal cockpit is in the centre of the town and is unusual in being the only one in Wales on its original site. For the shopper there are many interesting places to see, including the narrow lanes that link the main streets, and the Old Station - now the site of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill. Walkers have a large range of areas to visit in the vicinity. These include Offa's Dyke (a mile outside the town), the banks of the Montgomery Canal which now runs for 30 miles and most of which is accessible, and many public footpaths in the local countryside. The Severn Farm Pond Nature reserve is a further place worth a visit.Find Out More
The Brecon Beacons is a major draw for explorers – and it no surprise why. This National Park is renowned as one of the best places in Wales for walking and hiking. Home to quaint market towns, popular events and charming villages.