Campervan rental Welshshire
A little piece of paradise so close to the English border, you just can’t help but relax here. This might make it sound dull and boring but this couldn’t be further from the truth. From watersports to serious mountaineering, gentle strolls to lengthy hikes there’s much to see and do on your Campervan holiday in Wales. There is some great beer to sample too!
It is also worth keeping an eye out for the annual festival held at the pubs which usually takes place on the August Bank Holiday weekend. They know how to throw a party round here and you’ll get a warm welcome all year round.
Time slows right down in this part of the world so whilst it's easily accessbile for a short break, trust us, you'll want to stay longer once you've switched onto their time zone.
You can access the Welshshire Route and all it's features here:
Recommended camp site
Site name and details
07948 243116 or 07576 310624
As it's name suggests this is a blissfully tranquil site, not for a rowdy crowd but a lovely escape with plenty to do.
Nestled right next to the Dyfnant Forest you'll be able to wander to your hearts content through the forest and dogs are welcome on the site so they too can explore the forest with you.
12 seater BBQ hit, fire pits and BBQs provided
Shop - No, but a few local shops. Better to go prepared for and stop at shops around Oswestry.
Things to do nearby
Let's start with cycling because this one has us really puzzled. When you cycle round Lake Vyrnwy, there is some kind of eye trickery going on that makes you think you are going downhill the whole way round the lake……it doesn’t feel like it on the legs, you definitely can’t stop pedalling. We’ve not figured out yet if you go the other way round whether it feels like you are going uphill the whole way…..that just doesn’t sound as much fun. If you head to the lake then pop in for a drink at The Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa – the view from the outdoor balcony is spectacular!