Visit Wales on your holidays and enjoy time here at Rockbridge Park in Powys.
Found amongst the rolling hills and woodland close to the England and Wales border, this touring and camping park has also the residential section of the site accessible. In addition to the stylish residential park homes that are available and perfect for retired or semi-retired individuals and couples, Rockbridge Park welcomes guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents.
19 of the park’s pitches stand on the banks of the River Lugg, offering amazing views of the river, countryside and surrounding hills. These pitches all have electric hook-ups and are ideal for touring caravans and motorhomes. A further 14 pitches are available at Rockbridge Park, of which a mixture are grass pitches with no electric hook-up or fully serviced super pitches.
There is plenty to do both on-site and across the surrounding area, especially for guests that love the outdoors.
The open spaces available at the park are ideal for ball games and running around, while the park’s frontage onto the River Lugg means keen anglers can enjoy private fishing whenever they wish during their stay. Picnic benches are situated across the park and close to the river, so guests have plenty of opportunities for relaxing outdoors or enjoying something to eat and drink al fresco, when the weather allows.
Those that love exploring have miles of countryside and the England and Wales border area to explore, with Offa’s Dyke found close by and a public footpath from the park heading out into the landscape. The local trails are perfect for both walking and cycling.
The nearest town to Rockbridge Park is Presteigne, which is about a five-minute drive away. Presteigne is a wonderful location, a market town with some excellent shops as well as a number of pubs, cafés and restaurants. Takeaway food is also available across the town for guests wanting to eat back at the site, while the convenience stores in town make it easy for those looking to self-cater to stock up on essentials.
From here, on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays you can head into England and explore the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, while to the south, in Wales, the wilds of the Brecon Beacons National Park await – the town of Brecon itself is about an hour's drive from this caravan and holiday park.
If you'd like to visit Hereford, it's about a 50-minute drive from Rockbridge Park, and here you can tour the cathedral, Hereford Cider Museum and The Old House. You'll also find Llandrindod Wells about a half hour or 40-minute drive from this holiday park.
There are many things to see and do in Wales on your holidays and Rockbridge Park, close to the English/Welsh border, is a friendly base for your adventures.
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Presteigne is a traditional Welsh market town with a wonderful old-world charm. It is only one mile form the park and has everything needed for supplies, groceries, newspapers etc.
There is also a choice of public houses, cafes, restaurants and take aways. The delicatessant is rated as one of the best in Wales. Historically there is the Judges Lodgings - a Victorian courthouse and lodgings. Knighton has the nearest rail link, about six miles away, and there is a local bus service that passes the park entrance. The surrounding area is steeped in history and has many castles, hill forts and evidence of Roman occupation.
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Mid Glamorgan 16 Aug 2011
There were 18 people and 1 dog camping here for a 60th birthday weekend. This is a lovely big clean site and would not hesitate in going back. The showers and toilets were basic but spotless, along with the washing up area. There was also a laundry room with I think a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer.
Could highly recommend this site for visiting Prestigne. We were also visited by the owners who asked if everything was okay and that we all enjoyed our stay, which we all did. Thanks very much from the campingbuddys see you again soon x