Disserth, Wales 10th – 12th June 2016
This year’s National is at Disserth Caravan and Camping Park, Howey, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6NL. Arrival is from noon on Friday 10 June, where you will be welcomed by Rally Officer Ann Weir, and collect your name badge and goody bag.
Tucked away under the watchful eye of St Cewydd’s on the one side and bordered by the babbling river Ithon, lies Disserth Caravan and Camping Park. Set amidst natural tranquillity, this compact sheltered level park has been accommodating travellers for centuries. Once it was an overnight stop for drovers heading for the Midlands and today it is an idyllic location for your caravan, motorhome or tent for a relaxing rest from the hustle and bustle of modern living or a base from which to explore the natural beauty of the Heart of Wales.
Friday evening: in the bar, meeting new and old friends and generally catching up.
Saturday: a Treasure Hunt around the local area, with a lunch stop planned, or of course, you can “do your own thing”. Evening will be back in the bar, with a quiz to kick the evening off.
Sunday: AGM in the meeting area, promptly at 10 am, followed by our usual raffle. Please bring a prize – NB small enough to be carried on a bike!
The Boardroom Bar is available from 11am to 11pm daily when the touring park is open and other customers are present. The bar is situated on the ground floor of the stone barn attached to the house. Access is through the conservatory and reception area. On offer is a wide range of drinks from Welsh beers, lager and cider through to a wide range of spirits, including a collection of over seventy malt whiskies from around the world, to soft drinks and tea and coffee. You are welcome to just come and sit and read a book in comfort or enjoy a chat and a drink or plan your next adventure in the Heart of Wales.
Well behaved children are more than welcome if accompanied by an adult. Well behaved dogs on leads are very welcome. Owners must poop scoop. Upstairs there are tables and chairs and further seating if the bar is busy. The space is ideal for rallies and get togethers.
There is also a television upstairs where you are welcome to watch live sports events being broadcast on the freeview channels.
Evening meals and breakfast are available if ordered and paid for with your booking form.
There is no restaurant/café on site.
There is no accommodation available on site, but local B and B’s will make you very welcome.
Please mention the WIMA Rally when booking. You need to make your own reservations.
B&B Accommodation can be found 1.5 miles up the road, onto the main A483 towards Llandrindod. First place you come to is Holly Farm, under the railway bridge. A very neat cottage which has a twin room plus a double at £35 pp per night. Here there is also a cottage adjoining , normally self-catering but Mrs Jones says she will run that all in with breakfast provided at same price if people don’t want to cater themselves. NB the cottage has a steep staircase. Evening meal upon request. Mrs Jones, tel: 01597 822402.
2nd B&B 1/2 mile further on main road and fully recommended: Highland Moors, Sue & Jeff tel: 01597825151. Space13 rooms/30 spaces. A lot of hard standing for bikes. Large rooms price £70 per twin room, some have private bathroom for £78. Evening meal upon request.
Any questions, please contact Ann Weir firstname.lastname@example.org