Alan Rogers Review
Apart from the attractions of south or mid Wales for a stay, this sheltered, family run park could also double as a useful transit stop close to the main holiday route for those travelling to Pembrokeshire. In a natural setting, up to 88 touring units are accommodated in one fairly flat, tapering, five-acre grass field edged by mature trees and a stream. Pitches are numbered and generously spaced around the perimeter and on either side of a central, hedged spine at the wider end, with 46 electrical hook-ups (10A) and one hardstanding. Backpackers have a small, separate area.
The park is set in a sheltered valley with a range of wildlife and nine acres of woodland walks. There is also an old walled garden, with some pitches and lawns for softball games, that screens the park, both audibly and visibly, from the A40 road. However, the most sought after pitches are beside the stream, loved by children and a haven for wildlife. A torch would be useful.
The one small toilet block is older in style, but is clean, bright, cheerful and adequate with controllable showers. Two external, covered dishwashing sinks but no laundry facilities (nearest about 5 miles). Motorcaravan services. Shop doubles as reception. Gas supplies. Play area with tennis and volleyball nets and play equipment. Winter caravan storage.
- Fishing Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
- Riding Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Shop on Site
- Pets allowed
Park is on the A40, between the junctions with the A4069 and A483, between Llandovery and Llandeilo.