Borders Hideaway Holiday Home Park

Static Caravans
Pitch Fee: £2,270
Area: Heart of England
Season: January - November
Pitches: 47
Address: Painscastle
Hay on Wye
Telephone: 01497 820156
Email: bhhp@hotmail.co.uk

Borders Hideaway Holiday Home Park

Static Caravans
Area: Heart of England
Season: January - November
Pitch Fee: £2,270

Borders Hideaway, as its name implies, is tucked away on the border of England and Wales.

Situated in a valley above the sleepy village of Clyro, on the Welsh side of the meandering River

Wye, opposite the quaint, rural town of Hay-on-Wye.

Borders Hideaway provides a haven of peace and relaxation with panoramic views over green and

pleasant countryside: being only a small but well spaced park, it promises idyllic solitude. Its

unique characteristics are, the glorious surroundings of the Herefordshire and Radnorshire

countryside, from the verdant and scenic Golden Valley, the dramatic Black Mountains and

spectacular Brecon Beacons, to the serenity of the calm River Wye. If you love the natural

beauty of agricultural landscapes, you will be enchanted by the locality.

Caravan holiday homes are for sale with all the comforts of home, set in attractive, well

maintained grounds. Delight in owning your private second home to which you can escape,

whenever you wish to completely unwind.

Hay-on-Wye's history extends back to Norman times from which the name Hay, meaning fenced or

hedged enclosure, eludes to its then strategic importance. Hay is renowned globally as the Town

of Books, due to its vast array of second hand book stores, however there is also a wide variety of

galleries, antique shops, gift shops, taverns, tea rooms, etc., offering an extensive choice for the

discerning visitor. During the world famous Hay Festival of Literature, the town is host to

eminent visitors from all corners of the planet.

From the West Midlands:- Proceed to the town of Leominster, follow the A44 (signposted Kington) going straight onto the A4112, ahead for 9 miles then turn left at 'T' junction, after half a mile turn right onto the A438 for 9 miles arriving at Clyro. Turn right at brown Tourist sign, then follow further signs for 1 mile to the park entrance. From South Wales:- Leave the A465 "Heads of the Valleys Road" on either the A470 or A40 to Brecon. Follow the A470 linking onto the A438 towards Bronllys, briefly join A479 northbound, before bearing right onto the A438. Continue on A438 for 7 miles to Clyro, turn left at caravan and brown tourist signs and follow further signs to the park entrance.