0% Static Caravan Finance

Presteigne Holiday Park is a family run Powys caravan park set in one of Wales’ most scenic regions on a beautiful 400-acre forest site, benefiting from an abundance of wildlife and nature. The park has numerous forest walks, popular with all ages – and also offers a range of other on-site facilities such as crazy golf, a children’s playground and more, allowing you to escape to your very own Welsh holiday retreat.

0% Static Caravan Finance

We endeavour to make ownership easier and more accessible for our clients and as such are now offering 0% static caravan finance to help you pay for your dream holiday home! The scheme requires a 50% deposit then no further payments will be required for 6 months, when the remaining 50% balance is to be paid off in full – all at 0% interest.

We offer a wide selection of caravans with prices ranging from as low as £6000 all the way through to superior spec static caravans at £58,000. Site fees include all expenses with the exception of insurance cover, gas and electric bills.

Nearby Places To Visit

Presteigne benefits from a central location in Mid Wales, with a wide range of varied activities available nearby including but not limited to the following:

The Coast

The historic coastal town of Aberystwyth nestled on the Cardigan Bay coast is a mere 40-minute drive from the park and remains a popular destination all year round. The town’s seafront offers two pebble beaches, a harbour, marina, a Pier and the ruins of a castle. There are plenty of other award- winning beaches nearby located on this unspoilt coastline, offering water sport activities, coastal walks and wildlife. Some visitors may even be lucky enough to spot a few dolphins swimming in the bay.

Award Winning Local Cuisine

The Harp Inn, Old Radnor LD8 2RH

This award-winning pub features in a number of eating guides including the Michelin 2019 guide. Its menu offers home-cooked and locally sourced pub classics as well as innovative modern dishes and is located within close proximity of the Presteigne holiday park, making it a convenient place to stop off for delicious food in a welcoming environment.

Kington Golf Club

Located on the border of Wales Kington Golf Club was founded back in 1925 and offers an 18-hole course. Located at 1284 ft at its highest point, the course offers beautiful views across The Black Mountains, The Brecon Beacons, The Malvern Hills and The Shropshire and Clee Hills. This friendly club welcomes golfers of all ages and abilities and is located just down the road from Presteigne Holiday Park.

The Spaceguard Centre

A wonderful opportunity to visit a major UK working observatory – situated upon a remote hilltop surrounded by the Welsh Marches, the dark skyline provides the ideal location for astronomy. The Spaceguard Centre provides the UK’s main source of information about near earth objects such as asteroids and comets.

Hill Walking

Our location is within easy reach of a number of scenic hill walks including the Brecon Beacons, The Black Mountains, The Cambrian Mountains and The Shropshire Hills.

Small Breeds Farm Park & Owl Centre

This farm offers a wonderful day out for families – the owl house allows visitors to view the owls and owlets in an intimate setting and the farm park offers a delightful collection of small breed animals such as Pigmy goats, miniature Shetland ponies, chipmunks, tortoises and more – making this an especially popular outing for young children.

The Judge’s Lodgings

A Grade II listed museum offering a host of original artefacts and information on the Victorian legal system – visitors are able to wander through the judge’s lodgings, the courtroom and even into the gloomy cells, offering a glimpse into the contrasting lives of the judges and the prisoners during the 19th Century.  The Judge’s Lodgings museum caters well for children, with a number of interactive activities such as pumping water in the kitchen, sitting in the judge’s chair or studying books, providing its visitors with the opportunity of experiencing life in a Victorian times.

Elan Valley

Located near Presteigne Park is the beautiful area of the Elan Valley Estate. Visitors have the opportunity to enjoy the stunning natural scenery, visit the dams, reservoirs and 73-mile aqueduct – an impressive Victorian engineering project which enabled water to flow all the way to Birmingham.

Get In Touch Today

For more information on purchasing a static caravan at our park, get in touch today and one of our friendly team will talk you through the details and any other questions you may have.

Presteigne Holiday Park
Phone: 01938 810575
Mobile: 07889 632908
Presteigne Holiday Park, New Radnor, Powys, Mid Wales, LD8 2AZ, UK.
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