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Key Features

  • Well spaced holiday home pitches
  • Glorious surroundings of the Herefordshire and Radnorshire countryside
  • Multi award winning park - Visit England 5 Star, David Bellamy Gold & Loo of the Year Platinum
  • 3 miles from the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye
  • Holiday homes with outstanding views
  • Herb Garden & Conservation areas
  • Childrens play area

Borders Hideaway Holiday Home Park

Borders Hideaway is, as its name implies, secretly tucked away on the border of England and Wales, situated in a valley above the charming village of Clyro, on the Welsh side of the meandering River Wye.

The close and quaint, rural town of Hay-on-Wye is renowned globally as the Town of Books, due to its vast array of second hand book shops, there is also a wide variety of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, taverns, tea rooms etc. Borders Hideaway provides a haven of peace and tranquil relaxation, being only a small but well spaced park, it promises idyllic privacy.

Borders Hideaway Holiday Home Park

01497 820156
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Touring & Camping

Seasonal Touring

Only looking to stay for a few days?

As well as owning your own holiday home on a Hillandale Park, touring caravan, motorhome and tent pitches are available all with electric hook ups. Why not find out more?

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Local attractions

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  • Hay Castle

    Medieval fortification and 17th-century mansion house

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  • Walk up Hay Bluff and the Twmpa

    Provides good walking and excellent views across the Wye Valley

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  • Richard Booth's Bookshop Cafe

    Renowned 3-floor emporium for new and used books, in a striking building with cafe and cinema.

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  • Wye Valley Canoes

    Ideal to spend time with friends or family enjoying the peace and quiet of unspoilt River Wye.

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  • Big Pit: National Coal Museum

    An industrial heritage museum, in a working coal mine from 1860 to 1980.


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  • Blaenavon Ironworks

    Over two hundred years ago, and at one time at the cutting edge of technology.

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  • Brecon Mountain Railway

    Running from Pant near Merthyr Tydfil along the full length of the Pontsticill Reservoir to Torpa

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