Caravans & Motorhomes


If you are looking for a relaxing break in the Heart of Mid Wales with your caravan or motorhome then Disserth is the ideal tranquil location. The park offers twenty five level pitches with a choice of grass or hardstanding . All of the seven hardstanding pitches have electricity, drinking water and grey water drainage. These facilities are also duplicated on the grass pitches around the perimeter of the park. Every pitch has access to 16amp electric hook-up if required.

Disserth nestles beside the babbling River Ithon in a sheltered secluded spot with easy access to either the A470 or A483 highways, and is a matter of 10 minutes travelling from the Royal Welsh Showground, with the benefit of full caravan park facilities and the local wildlife for neighbours.

Toilet and washing facilities are located in a purpose built log cabin where you will find a series of airy (all have windows) individual rooms offering total privacy. Each of the eight rooms has a toilet and full size wash basin, with five of the rooms also having a shower and electric shaver point. One of these shower/toilet rooms has been created to meet the needs of wheelchair users. We also have a further shower room which can be booked for exclusive private use, just like having ensuite in a hotel. A coin-operated hair drier is also provided in a further part of the building again with privacy. The building is on one level and has ramped approaches, with the only necessary step being a 100mm rise into the shower with the exception of the wheelchair access room where the shower is incorporated into the floor.

Wifi is available across the park for a fee. Calor gas and Camping Gaz in refills suitable for caravans and motorhomes are available on site.


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