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Arrow Bank Holiday Park
Nun House Farm
Eardisland

Leominster
Herefordshire

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Arrow Bank Holiday Park 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.

We have a selection of pre-owned holiday homes, and new holiday homes and lodges for sale. Also available for weekly hire are our luxury holiday homes. (Short breaks available at certain times).

We offer the ideal central base to visit the many historic market towns and cathedral cities close by. The beautiful Elan Valley, Brecon Beacons and Shropshire Hills, perfect for walking, birdwatching and fishing are easily accessible.

Directions - From Leominster, follow the A44 west towards Rhayader for approximately 1 mile. As you pass Morrison's, bear right towards Eardisland (approximately 4 miles). The entrance to the park is the first right turn after the village sign

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