Camping at Disserth

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Camping at Disserth is on level grass pitches on either a formal or informal layout thus meeting most people's needs. The park is sheltered and set back away from the approach road, ideally situated for the Heart of Wales and the local areas surrounding Llandrindod Wells and Builth Wells. The Elan Valley and Gigrin Farm Red Kite feeding station are only 10 miles away and the park is just off cycle route 8. Over the river to the top of the lane is Quackers a play barn ideal for keeping children amused on inclement days.

At busy times a pitch is determined at 100sqm and needs to accommodate your tented area plus your car. Most of the season a pitch is available but it is essential to book in advance for Bank Holiday weekends. If you are a cyclist you can be assured that we will be able to find room for a small tent.

The toilet and shower facilities are a series of individual rooms all having a toilet and wash hand basin whilst five also have a shower and electric shaver points. One room with shower, toilet and wash basin has been designed to accommodate wheelchair users. Apart from a 100mm step into the shower tray the remainder of the building is on one level with ramped access to the log cabin facilities. There is also one room which can be hired for exclusive use. In the adjacent building dish washing facilities along with a fridge and microwave can be accessed. Also in this building is a coin operated washing machine and tumble drier for your convenience. An iron is available on request just ask at reception. Adjacent to the laundry facilities all of the local tourist information is displayed.

Wifi is available across the camping area however there is a charge which can all be completed online.

 

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