This holiday home, touring and camping park is located close to the historic and picturesque town of Machynlleth in Mid Wales. The Static Holiday Home season runs from the 1st March to the 1st December, with touring and camping open from the 15th of March to the 31st of October.
Set on the side of a hill, which slopes gently down to the Dovey estuary, the park has magnificent and commanding views of the surrounding hills and countryside.
We are justifiably proud of our immaculately kept park and have been awarded the Welsh Tourist Board Five Star "Excellence" rating. The park has an open and spacious feel, being divided into several areas with great views out over open countryside - and you can even see the sea from the very highest pitches on the park.
You can feel nature all around you at Morben Isaf, we are in the centre of a group of nature reserves, and we even have our own small nature reserve with bird hide on the park. There is direct access from the park to the beautiful Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve and Osprey Project, where the birds have bred and are rearing young for the first time in over 400 years!
We have a well-stocked fishing pool on the park too which, like the bird hide, is for residents use only, and there is also play area for children .
We now have a fully equipped gym area exclusively for residents use at no extra cost allowing you to keep up your fitness routine whilst on holiday.
All pitches have TV, water, piped gas, electricity and mains drainage. We also have a free wireless (Wi Fi) network on park. There is discreet low-level lighting around the tarmac roads for your safety and all our holiday homes are owner-occupied only, so you can be sure of peace and quiet whenever you choose to visit.
The park is five minutes drive from the pretty market town of Machynlleth in Mid Wales and this fabulous location is less than 100 miles from the heart of the Midlands - so you'll be at your holiday home in no time. Why not come and visit us and see for yourself ?
From the A489 Newtown road: Turn left at the clock tower junction in the centre of Machynlleth, following the A487 signposted Aberystwyth. Proceed straight across the mini roundabouts.
Continue to follow the A487 until you get to the village of Derwenlas. Continue through Derwenlas and the park is on the right hand side of the road, about half a mile from Derwenlas village.
The park is 15 miles from Aberystwyth. Follow the A487 towards Machynlleth. Once you pass through the village of Eglwys Fach the park is on the main road, 3 miles on the left, immediately after the Cors Dyfi reserve.