visit the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy and walk around the lake, explore the sculpture park or enjoy a refreshing drink or tasty meal overlooking the water. For more information visit http://www.lake-vyrnwy.com
An ideal trip for wine lovers, the vineyard is located less than a mile away from Foggy Bottom. Visitors can explore the vineyard, learn about how the wine is made and, most importantly, sample a variety of delicious wines. For more information, visit http://www.kerryvalevineyard.co.uk
Foggy Bottom is within a pleasant and scenic 90-minute drive of the Welsh Coast, where you can visit the pretty seaside towns of Aberystwyth, Aberdyfi, Borth and Tywyn.
There is a wealth of stunning areas in which to walk or cycle, with the famous Offa’s Dyke footpath running near to Montgomery and dozens of other walks of varying distances and difficulties literally on the doorstep. There are also several areas for fishing, and a number of pony trekking centres nearby. We are happy to offer advice and information on walking in Shropshire and other outdoor activities.
For the keen golfer, there are a number of renowned golf courses in the area, including the Lakeside Golf Course in Garthmyl, near Montgomery, and Llanymynech Golf Club. For more information, visit http://www.lakesidegolfcourse.co.uk or https://llanymynechgolfclub.co.uk
Mid Wales is renowned for its rich heritage, attracting history buffs worldwide. Think ancient ruins, magnificent castles and imposing stately homes, as well as the magic and myth of local folklore. Powis Castle in Welshpool is a National Trust property in Welshpool with stunning gardens set in a vast country estate, and Gergynog Hall is a historic house with grade I listed gardens, set in countryside near Newtown. For information visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/powis-castle-and-garden or http://www.gregynog.org
Foggy Bottom Holiday Home Park enjoys a superb location which offers picturesque countryside views and tranquillity but is also near to a variety of traditional villages, bustling market towns, outdoor attractions and fun things to do in Shropshire and Mid Wales. Holiday park owners Stephen, Scott and Kate Higgins have a strong family history of caravanning in Shropshire and mid Wales, and someone is always on hand at the site to offer advice and local information.
The quaint villages of Churchstoke and Montgomery are easily accessible from the holiday home park, being just one and three miles away respectively, and offer a good variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and tea rooms. The towns of Newtown, Welshpool and Bishop’s Castle are also within half an hour’s drive of the site and make for a pleasant day out or afternoon visit.
We have a genuine love for Shropshire and Mid Wales, and we enjoy helping owners at Foggy Bottom make the most of their leisure time exploring this beautiful area. There are so many lovely places to visit and interesting things to do in Mid Wales and Shropshire that we couldn’t list them all, so we’ve selected just a few to give you a taste of what’s on offer:
Whether you’re a seasoned caravanner wishing to explore a new area from a holiday home site on the Shropshire/Powys border or you’re taking the exciting step of purchasing your first holiday home in Shropshire, get in touch with us to discuss your requirements and let us help you find your ideal static caravan.
Stephen, Kate and Scott Higgins
Foggy Bottom Holiday Home Park