• campsite
  • buttercup-meadow
  • bird-eye-view
  • mervyn-the-red-kite
  • high-in-the-elan-vally
  • motorhome
  • red-kite
  • dam
  • Arial view of Disserth Caravan Park
  • Buttercup Meadow at Disserth
  • Birds Eye View of part of the park statics area
  • Mervyn the Red Kite stands guard as Disserth
  • High in the Elan Valley
  • A Motorhome parked up at Disserth
  • A Red Kite fishing on the River Ithon
  • One of the spectacular dams in the Elan Valley

Welcome to Disserth

DisserthTucked away under the watchful eye of St Cewydd's on the one side and bordered by the babbling river Ithon lies Disserth Caravan and Camping Park. Set amidst natural tranquillity this compact sheltered level park has been accommodating travellers for centuries, once it was an overnight stop for drovers heading for the Midlands and now today it is an idyllic location for your caravan, motorhome or tent for a relaxing rest from the hustle and bustle of modern living or a base from which to explore the natural beauty of the Heart of Wales.


Beautiful SceneryThe fortunate few really do know that we have otters for neighbours and those budding anglers amongst you will have to compete with the resident kingfisher and heron for a share of the catch. Buzzards and red kite regularly grace the thermals over the park whilst the surrounding hedgerows and trees are home to a wealth of smaller birds. On a warm summer evening with a cloudless sky the unfolding night sky is a joy to behold as there is no white light pollution to interrupt the spectacle.

Your hosts at Disserth are Ann and Mike Hobbs plus their two daughters.

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Next Local Event

Tue Oct 31st 2017 @ 9:00pm to:


Event: Disserth closes

Disserth Caravan & Camping Park closes again and goes into hibernation for the winter months until March.

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