Escape to Poston… A Holiday in a caravan, motorhome or as a Caravan Home Owner at Poston enables you the relaxing freedom of choosing how to spend your leisure time, whether it’s a walk around our 35 acres of environmentally and wildlife friendly fields and paths,or doing the purpose built Treasure Trails. Both Touring customers and Holiday Home owners at Poston Mill have free use of the outdoor games area. Bring your own cycles and explore the surrounding villages with historic churches and ruined castles or hire them locally. See our ‘Events’ page for events throughout the year in and around Herefordshire.
Hop on a bus at the park entrance… To visit the bustling Book town of Hay-on-Wye,renowned the world over for its Literary festival in May and its every day eclectic mix of crafts, galleries, restaurants and local characters. Go further on up to Brecon and enjoy this small market town nestled in the shelter of the Brecon Beacons. Alternatively down the Golden Valley to Hereford and its famous Mappa Mundi and chained library.
Explore… There are numerous castles and churches just bursting with fabulous architecture and history. Bacton church is the resting place of Queen Elizabeth I ladies maid, Blanche Parry. All along the Marches there are castles both ruined and still standing, Grosmont, Hay and Ludlow are just a few to consider.
Relax… Collect your paper and fresh croissants from the shop in the Mill courtyard, fish for Brown Trout in the River D’or, pop a few golf balls into some holes on our pitch and putt. End your relaxing day with a home cooked meal in the Mill Restaurant and a stroll back under the stars to your own bed.
During the years Wayne & Sarah have owned Poston Mill they have consistently won awards for the Park in many categories. The latest award achieved through Visit Herefordshire awards for Excellence in the Best Touring, Camping & Holiday Park was won in 2017. the picture shows: Daniel Walton (Sponsor Olpro) Sarah & Wayne Jones with John Challis from Only Fool’s and Horses fame on the far right.