Church House Farm is a friendly and quiet camping site found in the heart of the Welsh countryside close to the town of Llandrindod Wells.
This small campsite is open all year and is part of the working Church House Farm, which the Griffiths family has been farming for six generations. Guests are welcome with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents. There are three hardstanding pitches serviced with electric hook-ups, while the rest of the site simply has nine grass pitches. All the pitches at Church House Farm are well laid out and offer guests ample privacy and space to enjoy a break in this beautiful part of the world.
Facilities at this campsite in mid Wales include separate shower and toilet blocks, a chemical disposal point and access to a large utility room equipped for washing up and ironing, plus there's a fridge freezer that campers can use. In addition, caravan rallies are permitted throughout the year.
Church House Farm also offers a book swap service for guests looking to relax with a good read, and while there is no shop on site, the major supermarkets in the area can all deliver groceries to the site if necessary. There is also a barbecue pit available on site for guests to use at the discretion of the park owners. The nearest village, Crossgates, has a shop, a service station and a laundrette, and is a very quick drive or just a 10-minute walk from this campsite.
Camping and caravan holidays in Wales have always been popular and this campsite's location in Powys makes it great for exploring many prime locations. Being just a short way off the A483, the main road which runs from Builth Wells (a 20-minute drive away) up to Newtown (a 40-minute drive away), Church House Farm is easy to access, but also handily placed for guests who want to explore the region.
A five-minute drive from this campsite is Llandrindod Wells. Known locally as 'Llandod', it is Wales' most central town, which developed as a spa town in the 19th century. Today it is a busy market town and every Friday there's an open air market which is worth wandering round – you might even finding something tempting to take back and cook on site. There's also an Aldi supermarket here where you can top up on supplies.
Sitting close to the English/Welsh border, Church House Farm campsite is well placed for those wishing to visit the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the region's rolling farmland, valleys and hills providing much to explore, either when you're driving around, or if you fancy walking along one of the many footpaths, or following one of the many cycling trails on two wheels.
If you'd rather remain in Wales, why not head south to the historic market town Brecon, which is a little under an hour from this campsite by car. From here you can take in the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park. Again, whether walking, cycling, mountain biking or driving takes your fancy, there are plenty of ways to get around and see the sights. There are plenty of more unusual and adventurous pursuits that you can get involved with here, too, if they take your fancy. How about orienteering, paragliding, rock climbing, pony trekking, caving, potholing, paddleboarding, kayaking or power kiting? And did you know the park is an International Dark Sky Reserve?
However energetic you feel, you're sure to receive a warm welcome if you choose to pitch at Church House Farm on your camping, motorhome and touring caravan holidays in Wales.
Our utility room has a kettle, ironing board with iron, and fridge freezer for campers use. We also have a book swap facility and fishing on the site.