Daisy Bank Touring Park Montgomery, Powys, Wales, SY15 6EB (Location map)

3 stars out of 3 reviews

Open all year

Daisy Bank Touring Park is set in Powys, Wales, in an area filled with beautiful countryside and landscape that holidaymakers can explore at their leisure. Daisy Bank is a family run park and offers a friendly welcome to adults who wish to holiday there. Motorhomes and tents are also welcomed at the site, which has won several awards and enjoys five-star status. Daisy Bank Touring Park is open throughout the year.

Daisy Bank Caravan Park is set into four areas so that you can get the best out of your stay, whatever your means of accommodation.

There is a range of facilities available on-site to ensure the comfort of guests during their stay, and a small shop means that you never have to leave Daisy Bank if you are looking for a simple, relaxing retreat.

Daisy Bank is an excellent base for walking enthusiasts, with Offfas Dyke and Shropshire Way just two of the recognised popular walks around the area. Popular with wildlife enthusiasts is the nearby Roundton Hill Nature Reserve, which overlooks the park.

Staying at Daisy Bank is ideal for exploring the nearby Shropshire Hills, as well as discovering the ruins of ancient castles and towns in mid Wales, or simply just relaxing if you want to kick back and enjoy the peace and tranquil surroundings.

The location of Daisy Bank on the England and Wales border means that whatever you want to do during your break, there are options available. Birmingham can be reached in around an hour, while the famous national parks of Wales can be accessed in a similar amount of time. All of the small towns that are close to the park are friendly and welcoming, and feature a range of local community businesses including pubs, restaurants, and bakers where you can enjoy fresh local produce, often made to order to your specifications.

Why look anywhere else for a country retreat now that you have discovered Daisy Bank – the perfect place for a peaceful, adults-only getaway.

Location


Daisy Bank Touring Park (www)
Snead, Churchstoke
Powys, Wales
United Kingdom
SY15 6EB

Directions

Situated off the A489 between Craven Arms and Churchstoke (2 miles east of Churchstoke). Easy access onto the site. O.S. Sheet 137, map ref: 303929.

Nearby attractions

Daisy Bank is an excellent base for walkers. Recognised walks include Offas Dyke, The Shropshire Way and The Jack Mytton Way.

There is also good walking on the The Long Myndd and Stiperstones. Roundton Hill Nature reserve, which overlooks the site, is popular with wildlife enthusiasts.

Bishops Castle, famous for its real ale breweries, is just three miles away and there are plenty of excellent places to eat.

There are castles at Montgomery and Ludlow. Stokesay and Powys Castles are also nearby.


Things to do nearby

  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse Riding

Putting Green on site

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All pitches fully serviced: electricity, water, drainage. Free wifi coverage over the whole park and luxury shower and toilet facilities.The is also and information hut with DVD and book library and complimentary use of the pitt cnad putt course

Motorhome pitches80£20.00-£28.00
Touring pitches80£20.00-£28.00
Tent pitches4£7.00-£15.00
Seasonal pitches
Serviced pitches (touring)80£24.00-£30.00
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Overall rating

2.5 stars

Based on 3 review(s)

Good point of our stay were the fantastic views. There they end. At least on I'm a Celebrity "Get Me Out Of Here" they get paid for it!!! The site is in Pitch Dark with Zero lighting at night in fact a compass is needed to find the toilet block.If reached successfully without breaking a limb on the Algie covered path out side the toilet block, the challenge then is the wild life within the wet rooms. If you like your camping with a big bit of Safari !!! Then this site is for you. If indeed you like 5 star facilities as advertised then maybe not. The acalades of a 5 star site appear to be somewhat out of date especially as the loo of the year award won was in 2005!! The staff were distant and when closing time came at5.30pm prompt there was no one around at all. The site is situated off a main road and the traffic noise is very intrusive in fact on Sunday Morning I thought I was at the TT. But there is a super place up the road called Tuffins where I think you could buy your life !!! They do every thing. Other than the dog walk on site there is no safe walking as the main road is "Fast and Furious". This in my opinion is the poorest Tranquil Park I have visited and would not go back again.

Tamworth

5.0 stars

Just spent wonderful week here and as there is no recent review just though I would add one. The site is adults only so very quiet and being a member of Tranquil Touring Parks group is of a high standard. The pitches are all hard standing and fully serviced with some even having tv hook up. We stayed in Camlad area as we wanted a bit of shade, but Kerry and Meadow being more open would be perfect for sun worshippers. The showers are all wet rooms with plenty of room in them and everything you need, no messing about in claustrophobic cubicles. Hot water supplied for washing up with and a good laundry and drying room. Don't have a dog so can't comment on the walk, but everyone we saw use it seemed happy enough. Highly recommend a visit to this park, we will certainly return.

hereford

3.0 stars

daisy bank is an adults only site in the beautiful landscaped valley surronded by the welsh and shropshire hills. the owners mark and nicky were fantastic hosts where nothing was to much trouble for them they were on hand day and night. all pitches are fully serviced with water ,drains,electric and t v hook ups. the toilets and wetrooms are of high quality with free hot showers which are heated.there is a dog walk {fenced in} and a putting green. a shop is on hand where u can loan books and dvds.nearby are some good pubs which serve fantastic meals.this is an ideal base for people that like walking as you have offas dyke, the long myndd, and the shropshire way. Ludlow ,welshpool and bishops castle [famous for its ales!!!] are nearby.