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Welcome to Goetre Retreat Caravan Park

Goetre Retreat Caravan Park is a small, quiet family run park in the heart of beautiful mid Wales. If you’re looking for a peaceful, relaxing destination to relax and unwind – look no further! We’re located on the banks of the River Mule, half way between the pretty villages of Abermule and Kerry, whilst Newtown and Welshpool are both just a short drive away.

If you enjoy country pursuits or simply taking life easy, the Goetre Retreat is the perfect setting for your countryside home from home. We’re centrally situated close to the Shropshire border, with easy access to well known walks, including Offa's Dyke and the Kerry Ridgeway. Nearby are the reservoirs and dams of Lake Vyrnwy, Clywedog and the Elan Valley which offer breathtaking vistas over the welsh countryside, and are of special interest to birdwatchers.

Our location means that we’re also ideally located to explore the Shropshire borders including the Stiperstones, Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd.

COVID-19 Industry Standard

In Partnership with;

The National Tourist Organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

In recognition that this business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.

A Bit About Us

Nestling in a delighful Mid Wales valley.

Fishing, golfing, cycling, horse riding are all available within the area, and for those who enjoy nothing more than a breath of country air, we have plenty on the park for everyone.

A small quiet family park.

You will always have a warm welcome, and only one and half hours from the West Midlands to mid Wales, where you can look forward to relaxing and enjoying your time at the Goetre Retreat Caravan Park.

Luxury accommodation with home comforts.

We open early March and close at the end of October. The rent charged will always include the expense of draining down your caravan, and making it safe from frost damage during the winter months.

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