Mountain View

Bulthy, Middletown, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 8EP

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Offering panoramic views and a relaxing place to soak up the beautiful countryside. Mountain View is a super CL site which boasts mains water, electric, grey water drainage and recycling area, Wi-Fi is available on each pitch.

We are a dog friendly site providing a designated dog walk.

Close by are pubs/restaurants and cafes all providing a warm welcome plus butchers and village store, all within 3 miles. Add to this the many local attractions including Powys castle, Welshpool, Llanfair Railway, Rodneys Pillar, West Mids show ground Shrewsbury, Ironbridge and Lake Vyrnwy plus many more.

There are also excellent walking and cycling opportunities.

Please call us for any further information and availability.

We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Paul & Hayley

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

2 acres

Electric amperage: 10

Lawned site

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Lat 52.713552 / Lon -3.000314
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Pretty much perfect!

Mountain View
Peaceful site amid a stunning landscape, delightful owners, wonderful walking and exploring to be done locally. Each pitch has its own tap, there is a good phone signal and even the wifi works well. The only downside we found was a number of unmarked and blocked footpaths.in the area - not the owners' fault of course, but made some of our walks a little challenging. Having said that, we definitely plan to go back.

Runnerhasbean

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Reviewed on 19/06/2022 14:48

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Booked a week, stayed ten days!

Mountain View
We were here in this stunning CL in January, so utilised the hard-standing drive area just inside the main gate, as the actual field was a little wet. Hayley and Paul were wonderful hosts, not intrusive at all but Hayley recommended exactly where we should go, locally. The scenery is beautiful on both sides with extensive views, and some spectacular sunsets and starry skies. Unfortunately one morning the taps in the field were all frozen. The only slight downside was the narrow lane as has been mentioned before, so I have deducted a star for that, otherwise this site is as good as it gets.

Aggie Pirate

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Reviewed on 31/01/2022 21:09

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Wonderful welcome - wonderful views - super pitches in quiet location

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We came to Mountain View on leaving a site early because of noise from building works. We had a great welcome with the little dog rushing out to have his ball thrown. Settled in our super pitch - all grass which we actually like the best. Long reaching views over hills and a huge field for exercising dogs. We laughed as ours are two tiny little things. Its central here for so many places. We cycled/mobility scootered along the Montgomery Canal towpath, which is a haven for wildlife. We also did Trevor to Llangollen, and went over to the coast to ride the Mawddach Trail. This is a spectacular 9 mile route alongside the estuary and finishes with a very bumpy crossing on the famous wooden railway bridge. A day boat on the Llangollen Canal from Ellesmere was a highlight. Then we drove over Long Mynd and into the very pretty valley just outside Church Stratton. Altogether a busy week. Each day ending with a peaceful sit in the sun with a cup of tea and glass of wine. We were all alone in the field, and couldn’t imagine why this gem of a site is not fully booked all the time. Maybe people are put off by the mile approach from the main road, but that shouldn’t stop you from coming here. There is hardly any traffic and there are passing places. The locals understand totally that caravans do not go very well backwards ! We didn’t meet any, but were assured had we done so they would happily back up to the next passing place for us. Lastly our hostess told us where to get the best pies, the best coffee, the best fish and chips and good pubs to eat in. We don’t actually eat out but we took advantage of the offer to pop up and pick a few runner beans and courgettes for supper. If you want a quiet place, friendly hosts who are there but low profile, lots to do close by then Mountain View will suit you very well.

clarksontour

Caravanner from East Sussex

Reviewed on 11/09/2021 19:38

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Beautiful Relaxing Site

Mountain View
We stayed here for 2 nights on the wat to West Wales and found it to be a lovely quiet site with views over the surrounding hills and countryside. It was easily accessible and had the added bonus of mains water, electric and waste facilities to each pitch. The enclosed dog walking field was large and easily accessible, all in all a perfect CL site.

Droal

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Reviewed on 09/09/2021 10:39

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Lovely 3 day stay

Mountain View
Hayley was able to accommodate a short notice stay for 3 nights for which I was grateful. I arrived on a Tuesday afternoon so the traffic was not too busy. The lane up to the site was fairly narrow but had plenty of passing places. The entrance was easily accessible and the pitches were relatively level on well mown grass. There was a well-kept enclosed recycling & Elsan now point at one corner of the field. During my stay I managed to visit lake Vrynwy, Bala lake and Llangollen in one day. I also travelled by train to Barmouth and visited NT Powis Castle, so there was plenty of places to see. The beautiful scenery from the caravan site and the lovely weather made my stay all the more enjoyable. A CL site I will certainly visit again.

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Reviewed on 31/07/2021 18:23

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