Llandrindod Wells, Powys
The early Drovers were the first to appreciate the natural beauty and tranquil charm of Disserth nestling beside the babbling Ithon and watched over by mystic and historic church of St Cewydd. Strategically located midway between Llandrindod and Builth Wells and close to the Elan valley the park commands an ideal position for enjoying the delights of the Heart of Wales. This often overlooked majestic region of Wales offers walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing (free on the park) and a host of other outdoor pursuits amidst a backdrop of unspoilt natural beauty. So if you are looking for peace and quiet with herons, kingfishers, red kited and even otters for neighbours then the place to be is Disserth.
Tranquil sheltered riverside park for the discerning holidaymaker. Licenced bar. AA 4 pennants. Statics 03/02 to 03/01.
3m SW Llandrindod Wells off A483 Newbridge on Wye, 2.5m and Disserth 1m by Disserth church and alongside river Ithon. Brown signposted A483 (Howey) A470 (Newbridge).
1st March to 31st October