Set in 5 acres of immaculately maintained surroundings, Smithy Park
has a garden-like appearance. The mature trees and shrubs in the
neat grounds lead down to the River Severn.
Our holiday homes are sited on level pitches with a patio, storage
bunker, connection to all services including electric, piped gas and
a cabled TV aerial with some satellite channels.
There is free fishing on the River
Severn alongside the park, or day, weekly and season tickets available
for 2 miles upstream, or on the adjoining Shropshire Union Canal. Fast
water fishing includes trout and salmon. There are also graylings, chubb
and other coarse fish.
The splendidly varied countryside is wonderful to look
at and a paradise to walk in. The park has good access to many local
footpaths, also ideal for dog owners.
There is a small children's play area,
with swings, slides and a climbing frame for the little ones to enjoy.
Just a few yards away, the village has the Waterloo
Arms and Abermule Hotel to quench your thirst and provide hearty respite
and the excellent shop and Post Office is open 7 days a week.
The local Community Centre is a very
short walk and has tennis courts, bowling green and other facilities
available, with a small membership charge. If you need more, then the
local market town of Newtown has a lot to offer. It's just 5 minutes in
the car or a regular bus journey from the park entrance. Supermarkets,
The Bear Mall, traditional Market Hall, boutiques and curio shops can
serve your practical needs or provide some retail therapy. The Robert
Owen museum, Oriel Gallery or Theatre Hafren should cater for your
is another bustling market town, with everything from specialist shops
to Farmers Markets. There's a steam railway, canal cruises and the
famous Powis Castle nearby. The local town of Montgomery also has a
castle worth visiting.
The Welsh coast is less than an hour's drive to Aberystwyth, Aberdovey
or Borth, with stunning scenery en route.
With convenient access to the North and Midlands, Smithy Park is handy
for you to get away from it all (Montgomery Castle pictured right).