White House Campsite

    Builth Wells

    Powys, Wales

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    © 2019  White house campsite 

    CONTACT US

    The site will be closed for the 2019 season.

    We are not taking any bookings at present.

     

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    Please do not contact us regards staying during 2019 as the site is now closed. 

    Expressions of interest from capable operators with a successful track record of managing campsites/events are welcome.

     

    GETTING HERE

    By Road

    A470 - Approaching Builth Wells from the south, the site is the first right after the 30mph signs.  Approaching from the north, turn right at the roundabout outside the main entrance to the Royal Welsh Showground, drive over the bridge into Builth, take the first left at Wyeside Arts Centre, and the site is on your left after 200m.

     

    A483 - Approaching Builth Wells from the south, drive through Builth Wells following the one way system, go straight on at the staggered junction by the bridge and Wyeside Art Centre, and the site is 200m on your left.  Approaching from the north, turn left at the roundabout outside the main entrance to the Royal Welsh Showground, drive over the bridge into Builth, take the first left at Wyeside Arts Centre, and the site is on your left after 200m.

    By Train

    The nearest station is 'Builth Road' on the Heart of Wales line that links Shrewsbury with Swansea. The station is a mile or so away, a few minutes by taxi. 

     

    By Bus

    Bus Services arrive and leave from the Groe bus stop in Builth, a short walk from the site. For journey planning and timetables, visit Traveline Cymru.

    By Bike

    National Cycle Route 8 passes the site, which is roughly midway along this long distance route from Holyhead to Cardiff. Many sections are traffic free and others are on quite country roads. To learn more about the National Cycle Network, click here.