The Park is set in 35 acres of Herefordshire Countryside bordering Wales, nestled in The Golden Valley alongside the river Dore.
This minor waterway is a haven for wildlife and the park is a great base for exploring, walking, fishing, cycling or relaxing and savouring the local food and drink which is unique to Herefordshire, check out our events page for things to do in and around the park. We have footpaths for all the family including dog trails starting on the park, and a dog wash area for the returning muddy paws.
Our awards include Holiday park of the Year 2015, Silver - National Dog friendly Park, Gold-David Bellamy award for conservation. We also offer Holiday Home ownership and a Self-catering facility on park.
The Shop at Poston opens Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8.30am to 11.30am. The Mill restaurant generally opens Wednesday through to Sunday, please check website for opening times and Bank Holiday events.
Hay-on-Wye [town of books], Hereford [Mappa Mundi], Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and [20 miles approx:] Ross-on-Wye and Symonds Yat.
Based on 3 review(s)
Middlesex 18 Jul 2012
I stayed here for several nights while following the Offa's Dyke trail in a little Wheelhome Vikenze micro-campervan for Practical Motorhome magazine. The owner was very welcoming and the facilities were spotless (I quite enjoyed the canned music in the heated washblock). The whole site is well laid out, with pristine hard standings. Dogs are well catered for. I walked past some attractive holiday lodges to Hopes of Poston, the little grocery shop on the site, which stocked appetising local produce and had the feel of a farm shop, which I liked. If I'm ever in the Golden Valley area again, Poston will definitely be on my list of places to stay. In fact, I'd drive out of my way to stay here.
Cheshire 09 May 2011
This site is lovely and deserves all the awards it has been given. It is beautifully maintained and the toilets and showers are spotless. Staff are friendly and helpful. It was a lovely peaceful site with walks along the river from the park. They had thought of the little things. Probably the nicest campsite we have stayed at. Only comment is I could not believe a camp site shop does not open on a Sunday until the end of May. They even had a treasure hunt for the children to do around the grounds. The restaurant was quite good, food was average to good and reasonably priced but service was not brilliant, especially as they were not that busy. However a brilliant weekend. Thank you very much.
Derbyshire 25 Sep 2009
The staff are very helpful. The grounds are well maintained. The facilities are spotless. There is a play area plus a badminton court, tennis court, five a side football and pitch and putt. I could not fualt this excellent site. Poston Mill Park, Herefordshire