Bwlch Farm enjoys a splendidly scenic situation to the north-west of Welshpool. Just a short walk from the caravan area brings you to the highest point of the farm, where you can enjoy expansive views as far as The Berwyns, Criggan and Rodney's Pillar, near Shrewsbury. All the essential facilities you need are available, to make your stay at The Bwlch a memorable one.
This is the ideal spot for those who enjoy peace and tranquillity, with the bonus of some good trout-fishing and bird-watching within the bounds of the farm. Young children will love exploring the woods, or playing ball games on the field set aside.
Walkers will find this a delightful area, with short rambles available on the farm combined with longer excursions in the surrounding hills and valleys to tempt them. Glyndwr's Way National Trail crosses the farm on its way into Welshpool, so those undertaking this route can enjoy an extended camping break here. Pubs in nearby Guilsfield and Meifod serve good food and beer, and taxis are easily obtained if you would like to spend an evening enjoying their convivial atmosphere.
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How to find The Bwlch
From the A490 three miles north of Welshpool, take the B4392 towards Llanfair Caereinion. Take the first turningon the right after 4.5 miles. Within about half-a-mile you will reach The Bwlch, on the right.
And of course there is plenty to see and do just a few miles from The Bwlch you could easily spend a day exploring Powis Castle, or taking a ride on the Welshpool & Llanfair Steam Railway. Or perhaps you might take a look at Lake Vyrnwy, or visit one of the excellent local garden centres if that is more your style. Can't decide? Don't worry, make your mind up when you are relaxing here.