Midfield Holiday & Residential Park is a beautiful destination a short distance outside the popular Welsh coast town of Aberystwyth. The park has 75 pitches for motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents. If you fall in love with Midfield Holiday & Residential Park the local area you may be able to buy your own holiday home at the site so that you and your family can return for as many holidays and quick breaks as you have time for. There is even the option of buying a residential holiday home to live in full-time, a perfect option for those who are retired or semi-retired and want to live near the sea.
If you buy one of the static holiday homes and residential park homes for sale you will be able to stay all throughout the year. Tents, motorhomes and touring caravans are welcome from 1st April until 31st October. Dogs are welcome at the site in all forms of accommodation. A small number of seasonal pitches for hire are available, too, which is ideal if you have nowhere to store your caravan at home, or just fancy leaving it on site all year to avoid towing it back and forth! Please contact the park directly if you might be interested in buying a seasonal pitch for the year.
For motorhome and caravan owners it's good to know that 60 of the touring and camping pitches are serviced with electric hook up. Although there are no hard standing pitches at Midfield Holiday & Residential Park, most of the park is level and drainage is excellent throughout.
Camping facilities available for guests to use at the site include an amenities block, which houses toilets, showers, washing up basins, and laundrette.
Although the park is quiet and has no shop or bar/restaurant, there is a selection of local amenities found just 400 yards away, while public transport can be taken from just outside the park into the centre of Aberystwyth. The town has something for everyone, with historic buildings and the University Arts Centre. There's plenty to do during tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Aberystwyth and leisure attractions include a sports centre, which offers a swimming pool and various other activities. Those looking for entertainment and retail therapy will find a large cinema complex and huge shopping centre to their liking, while coastal lovers can enjoy Aberystwyth’s beach and some excellent and cycling routes heading out of the town in both directions along the coast.
If you like golfing holidays, visit Aberystwyth and enjoy the three excellent golf courses, all of which are open to the public throughout the year. If you like to explore the Welsh countryside as well as the coast, you can venture inland, where you will find a mountain biking centre as well as plenty more walking routes, and loads of quiet spots to enjoy a day of fishing.
Public transport services along the Welsh coast mean all of the towns in the region are within easy reach, so you can easily visit Cardigan and Aberaeron. Many guests enjoy venturing into the mountains of Snowdonia National Park, which is a short drive to the north. In Snowdonia you can enjoy a huge range of outdoor activities can be enjoyed, from mountaineering, walking and learning to use a dry ski slope to relaxing pursuits such as bird watching. Adventure seeking tourists usually can’t resist Mount Snowdon, though guests preferring something a little easier will find gentle walks across flat terrain and through charming woodland.
Midfield Holiday & Residential Park is a wonderful place for family caravan holidays in Wales, either as touring guests or as permanent holiday home owners. Many people have fond childhood memories of seaside holidays in Aberystwyth, and walks in the surrounding countryside, so it's great to have the option of checking out this park as a potential permanent retirement residence! Visit Aberystwyth and you'll discover it has something for everyone during your family tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in West Wales.
Panoramic views of Aberystwyth, Cardigan Bay and on a clear day, the North Wales Coast on the horizon.
We now have broadband available on the park, FREE time allocated.
DirectionsFrom the A 487 1 mile south of Aberystwyth you take the A 4120 towards Devils Bridge, 200 yards after turning you will find us on the left. Direct access from A road.
Aberystwyth teems with life all year round, especially during term-time when the student population adds colour to an already cosmopolitan town. It is home to the National Library of Wales, The Arts Centre, The Cliff Railway - the longest electric cliff railway in Great Britain, The Great Aberystwyth Camera Obscura; a recreation of the popular Victorian amusement on Constitution Hill, and the Vale of Rheidol Railway which runs to Devils Bridge. The town offers a vast range of other pastimes within easy reach including Cinema, Tenpin Bowling, large Shopping Centre, Sports Centre with swimming pool, beach, Historic Buildings etc.