Penlan Caravan Park and Campsite

Hay on Wye Penlan campsite peaceful

Penlan Caravan Park and Campsite is the perfect resting point from which to explore Mid Wales, The Marches and The Black and White Villages of Herefordshire.

Penlan is a small National Trust Farm in an area of outstanding Natural Beauty.

Just 500yds from the Welsh Border: 6 miles NE Hay on Wye and 4 miles SW Kington our secluded park for twelve touring/seasonal caravans and tents offers peace and tranquility. When you arrive, you will immediately appreciate the panoramic views from the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains in the West, the Cotswolds to the south and the Malvern Hills in the East.

With well maintained heated toilet/shower block, our small site has electric hookups for ten pitches

Penlan Caravan Park and Campsite was opened in June 1998 with full support from the National Trust.

The site is personally run by Margaret and Peter Joyce.

Prior notice of arrival essential

Nearby attractractions

Good hill and mountain walking
Hay on Wye and its renowned bookshops
Brecon Beacons National Park
Cwmmau Farmhouse (National Trust)
Kington Golf Course (Highest in England and Wales)
Canoeing on River Wye
Mountain Pony Trekking
Some good places to wine and dine

The Allan Rodgers Guide 2003 quotes: 'This is a tiny site with a big view...... indeed it would be hard to find a more peaceful location...... a real hideaway '.

A small peaceful, secluded site

Magnificent views

Relaxing environment

A warm welcome


Useful Information

Penlan Caravan Park and Campsite
Penlan, Brilley Hay on Wye Herefordshire HR3 6JW England
phone: 01497 831485 fax:

News & Special Offers

Touring caravans from £14.00 per night
Tents: £6.00 per adult. Under 12's £3.00 per night
Under 5's FOC (prices exclude b/h weekends).


Grading and Awards

EnjoyEngland 4 starCamping & Caravans


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