Arrow Bank is a family run park, enjoying peace and tranquillity in a spacious landscaped setting in the picturesque Tudor village of Eardisland.
Touring caravans, motor homes and tents are well catered for on a flat, level field with electric hook-up points; seasonal pitches are available on an adult only basis.
New heated amenity block and Wi-Fi access.
An ideal touring base with many historic market towns and cathedral cities close by.
The beautiful Elan Valley, Brecon Beacons and Shropshire Hills, perfect for walking, bird-watching and fishing are easily accessible.
Arrow Bank Holiday Park, offers a superb opportunity to own your dream new, or pre-owned holiday home; alternatively hire one of our double glazed holiday homes with central heating. (Short breaks available).
Pets by arrangement with the Park Managers.
Wood-clad country lodges, each with the highest design specification to choose from, including many extras.
The secluded newly developed landscaped plots separated with trees and shrubs, located in the heart of the English country side, offer you a new way of life away from town and city stresses, without compromising your standard of living.
All our wood clad country lodges offer an external look similar to a log cabin. A 30 year tenure given with all new lodges and the option of connection to a BT phone line.
We offer a superb range of new luxury holiday homes sited on hard-standing plots, in beautiful landscaped gardens; various models can be supplied by the park, and will be provided with all regular amenities.
Season runs from 1st March to 7th January.
New heated toilet block and Wi-Fi access.
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, internet access
Pets are welcome.
Follow the A44 West towards Rhayader for approximately 1 mile.
As you pass Morrison's store, bear right towards Eardisland (approximately 4 miles.
The entrance to the park is the first right turn, after the village sign.