We stayed for few days in our touring caravan. Lovely views over fields towards the hills. Nice clean facilities, though 20 p for the showers a pain. No children allowed so very quiet. Owners friendly and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are one mile south from Howey on the A483, at the top of the hill. Small, select park overlooking the most glorious of countryside, with green meadows in the foreground and the Cambrian Hills beyond, to the horizon. Particularly suited to the retired as we have no playground facility for children. The park is kept to an exceptionally high standard with level, terraced and fenced pitches,all with unrestricted views. The location is ideal as a base for touring the surrounding areas of hills, vales, rivers, streams and the Elan Vally (home of the Red Kite) only a half hour drive away. Or if you prefer just to relax in the park, you can enjoy the peace and tranquility and see buzzards, herons, geese and countless other bird life without venturing forth. We also have a very interesting collection of wild fowl of our own.....One mile away is the village of Howey with some fine establishments serving excellent food, wines and beers. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Dalmore Caravan Park Howey, Llandrindod Wells