Fforest Fields is in Mid Wales, a vast and beautiful region that has the wilderness of the Cambrian Mountains to the West and the picture-perfect villages of the Herefordshire border to the East. The campsite, cottages and glamping yurts sit in the middle of our 500-acre farm, so there is plenty to do on your doorstep; from exploring the woods, mountain biking or swimming in our beautiful lakes. There is a treasure trove of activities, sights to see, open moorland and pubs serving delicious food and ale in the Mid Wales.
Where is Fforest Fields?
Fforest Fields is located in mid-Wales, four miles from the old market town of Builth Wells.
It is easily accessible from every direction and is situated along a track off a minor A road (A481) so is suitable for towing.
While we feel a thousand miles away, the site is a two-hour drive from Cardiff and within a three-hour drive from Bristol and Birmingham and a three and a half hour journey from Manchester. So jump in the car and come and enjoy some proper fresh air.
Please note that the campsite does not centre on its postcode. Take a look at Google Maps to find out the exact location, the postcode will take you up another lane which can be difficult to turn on for those towing.
There are some fantastic places to eat out near Fforest Fields, from proper local pubs with hops still dangling from the ceiling, to cafes, fine dining and even a local tapas bar! We are big fans of stumbling across pubs and eateries in the region, but if you are looking… Read more
The area is steeped in history and there are plenty of places to visit in the region, from historical buildings, churches and fortresses to galleries, exhibitions and cinemas. Take a look at some of the ideas below and, if you are on the campsite, we’ve got plenty of brochures in… Read more
Fforest Fields sits in the middle of the countryside of mid-Wales, surrounded by hills and mountains the area provides a perfect backdrop for those looking to explore on foot or to head out on beautiful drives that give you wide reaching views across this ancient landscape. There is a good… Read more
Mid Wales is one of the most sparsely populated areas in the UK, but dotted around the countryside are some fabulous local towns which offer a glimpse into life in the Welsh hills. We have great local communities and all of the local towns have their own character. Fforest Fields… Read more
There is lots to do in mid Wales for walkers, nature lovers, mountain bikers, families and stargazers or anyone looking to just put their feet up and enjoy the Welsh air. From the campsite you can explore the farm, which has lots of lovely trials through the forest and out… Read more
Wales is famous across the world for its passion for cultural events, from large scale attractions such as The Royal Welsh Show and The Green Man Festival to smaller events in local towns such as the Radnor Fringe Festival and plenty of food festivals – we just love to get… Read more