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Poston Mill Park

Peterchurch, Herefordshire
http://www.postonmill.co.uk

01981 550225 Booking Enquiry
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Introduction From The Holiday Park

Poston Mill Park is set in 35 acres of glorious Herefordshire countryside in the heart of the Golden Valley alongside the beautiful small River Dore. The valley gets its name from the French word ""d'or"" meaning ""gold"".
And we have achieved Gold:
Enjoy England Excellence in Tourism for the Caravan Holiday Park of the year 2008.
Quality at Heart Gold Service Mark
Tourism at Heart 5 star
David Bellamy Gold

We are members of the Best of British Holiday & Touring parks, a group of 50 of the best privately owned holiday parks in the UK.

Our holiday home development is secluded and excellently landscaped and maintained. Our window price always includes a patio, storage bunker, connection to all services including a cabled TV aerial with some satellite channels and the option of a BT line. Pitches are level and the super pitches even more spacious and secluded, with private driveways.

Our Touring pitches are flat and level. Most are hard standing as we are open most of the year. All have electric hook ups and some with all services (including waste water) are ideal for your touring or camping holiday.

Modern toilet facilities have individual washing compartments for your privacy. A cubicle for disabled visitors and level tarmac roads are ideal for the less able to enjoy Poston Mill.
Newly installed Dog wash on site.

Park Description

In the heart of the golden valley. Walking, fishing, history or relaxation. Bus stops at park gate.

Directions To The Park

M50 J4 A49 Hereford. After approx 5 miles left onto B4348. Follow road for 13 miles, we are 1 mile before Peterchurch.

Holiday Season

1st January to 31st December

Pitches

Site Facilities

Poston Mill Park

Peterchurch
Herefordshire
HR2 0SF

Tel: 01981 550225
Email: Click here to email
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