We stayed here in June for 3 nights and had the most wonderful weather.
The field is lovely and flat with some hard standing pitches as well as grassed areas for camping. The facilities are basic but kept lovely and clean, there are 3 toilets and 1 shower which is £1 for 5 minutes or 20p per minute. There is a place to wash-up but no hot water.
We paid £11. 50 for 2 adults and 2 children including hook-up which is an absolute bargain and I must say we had one of the best short breaks ever, we will most definitely be back.
Husband and I and our dog called to stay one night, stayed 2 and would have liked to stay longer. Owner Sue and her family are very friendly and take pride in their site. We met some lovely people there. We had a hard standing pitch with EHU, grass pitches also available, all very well kept.
Toilets are basic but cleaned every day, little extra touches like books and magazines left for your use. I also noticed a fridge and freezer available if needed. We didn't use the shower as we had our own, shower area looked very clean.
Very reasonably priced. Everything you need. Lovely views in all directions, quiet, numerous walks from the site and they will drop you off or pick you up if you want to do a linear walk. Fields off site for the dogs to run free.
We definitely intend to visit again, hopefully with the grandchildren
First visit to this lovely site with great views, kite spotting was a joy every day. Well mown fields which stood up very well to the very wet weather. Some electric hook-ups available otherwise batteries charged at a very reasonable rate. Basic facilities, toilets and shower good and cleaned very well on a daily basis. Free use of fridge/freezer very useful. Lots of lovely dog run space in the fields and great walks nearby. The owner could not have been more helpful.
Local shop very handy also a couple of eating establishments. Llanidloes a lovely little town has futher facilities should you need them. Though near to the main road I cant say it disturbed us at all and the occasional overflight by jets was very interesting, never seen such a close view of the underside of a plane in flight. We will be visiting again soon.
Stayed here for one night and loved it, lovely little campsite situated just off the river wye, very quiet on the site,
toilet block situated just at the bottom of the field with 2 quite spacey rooms. Just around the corner is the shower block which is just off the garage adjoining the bungalow. £1 for a lengthy shower, very nice! All kept nice and clean, and with use of a fridge for free.
Cost us £5 to stay the night, very cheap. I do advise to take citronella candles as we were a target for the midgies, ouch!
This is a pleasant enough site, and the owners are friendly. The shower room/toilet are basic but clean. Scenery nice.
However, it is only 500 metres from the A44 and there is traffic noise at night.
It is supposed to be a hideaway c/l with a maximum of five units, but there were 9 there at one point, separated from the 'other' part of the site, where there were more units that were obviously there for the season, by a low wire netting fence. There was a constant flow of units in and out, it seems to be a stop off point for holidaymakers going to and from the coast, so the description, hideaway is, I believe, slightly 'flexible'.
A very nice, simple site that has the basics and is peaceful. The site is windy near the bottom of the field (closest to the toilets), although I did go during one of the wettest summers we've ever had! Further up, there are more trees, and presumably, more shelter.
There are two toilets which have lights and are plenty big enough to have a wash down/change in. At the bungalow (where water is) there is also another toilet in the shower room. The shower room is clean and large. Showers cost £1.00 and give 9 and a half minutes worth of hot water.
At the bungalow, there was also a fridge/freezer for campsite use (very useful) and the site owner had local produce for sale at times (lettuce, tomatoes and lovely home-made cakes).
Field, despite lots of rain, was not water logged. Ground is quite rocky, which made pegging out a bit tricky. Noise-wise there is not much. You can just hear the A road from the site, and occasionally there were military craft flying by, but after dark it was very peaceful.
Location wise, the site is close to Rhayader, Llangurig and Llanidloes. Site is relatively easy to find: there is a sign 100 yards ish before the turning. The turning is quite sharp, so slow down!
I was in a three person tent and paid £5 a night - bargain! A great site and one I have recommended to others.
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