Caravans, tents, campervans.

Ours is a spacious site, over 20-acres of tree lined stream and field.
All pitches are on grass.
We take up to 5-Caravans and around 10 tents, so there is as much personal space as anyone could wish for.
You can set up your own private enclave, sit around small campfires, etc. Anything as long as it is peaceful. We offer tranquility, so no music!




              ****Hideaway in the country****

Caravan for Hire
We have this pleasantly sited, secluded, caravan for your use should you wish, at £19/night for two people.
Not particularly modern, (OK, old) but comfortable, clean, dry and set up with electricity for lights, fridge and battery charging. There is a limited gas cooking facility. See picture.

Tent for hire
We have this pleasantly sited, pre-erected for your use should you wish, at £15/night for two people. Complete with its own 'garden'.

Bell Tent for Hire
 £19/night for two.

We are 2-minutes from a bus stop to Monmouth or Hereford, and thence, Abergavenny, Ross, Coleford, Brecon, etc.

Pitch near the other vans and toilets, shower, etc, or go off to a secluded pitch under the trees, by the stream, as you like. You can reserve such as pitch on booking.

'Petting zoo'
There are guinea pigs, goats old and young, pot-bellied pig, sheep, chickens, ducks, quail - all are very tame and all really enjoy seeing people. Visit them at any time, feed them, from our list of suitable feeds, sit with them, or join the official feeding round at 9am, daily.

We do have rain, but far less than might be expected. Sheltered by the Black Mountains, we have about 1/2 of the rainfall experienced in Wales. (UK Met Office)

There are views over 3-counties and we are close to:
1) The Wye Valley,
2) The Forest of Dean,
3) The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons,
4) Symmonds Yat.

There are shower and flush toilets. Plus, an information area with small cooking facilities, such as kettle, fridge, toaster, space to freeze your freezer block, etc. This is in a rustic building designed to blend with the setting.

Electric hook ups are available.
These will power lights, batteries, fridges, etc, etc. They will not support space heating, water heating and high wattage domestic appliances such as electric kettles.

A fabulous Pub. You are guaranteed a warm welcome at our splendid, dog and child friendly, local pub. fine ales and wines and excellent very reasonably priced food.

We welcome pets: dogs, cats, horses, children, etc, relying on you to ensure that they do not bother other visitors. There is about a mile of paths mowed alongside the stream, around and through the hay-fields, to walk dogs or just stroll before breakfast.
Although we welcome all, the site is very quiet and picturesque and is particularly favored by adults and older people and those who want a peaceful time away.
We are not for you if you want a place for loud gatherings! There are sites nearby better suited to that than we are and we are very happy to advise you.
We provide free-range eggs: chicken, duck and quail fresh daily; and a range of other essentials, in our pound shop.
We will direct you to excellent local beers, wines and food.
We will guide you to an endless range of nearby attractions sufficient to amuse all ages for a few weeks.
For example, these include: walking, canoeing, riding, cycling, caves, fantastic walking, steam train, working coal mines, children's adventure centres, etc. Did I mention walking?
Or just stroll and chill, under the trees or by the stream.

We do charge money, but it is minimal.
£8.00/van/night. (for up to 2-people. We charge a further £3 for any additional person)
There is no extra charge for: parking, dogs, awnings, etc, etc, so you know what you will pay.
A few fully serviced pitches are available for £12.00/day.
A small number of seasonal pitches are available at £100/month, plus the usual additional charges for extra people and hook up, as used.
We give a 10% discount for visitors over pensionable age.
We give 10% discount to returning customers.


Any questions:
Call 07813027670 for an instant booking or better still email on:
nwheeler@brookes.ac.uk

We do welcome drop-in guests, but booking is brisk and we keep the numbers small, so we recommend advance booking to be safe.
We are on the A466, between Monmouth and Hereford. We are just off the B4521 road from Ross-on-Wye to Abergavenny ("The Gateway to the Black Mountains").
The Postcode is HR2 8QN, and the entrance is actually on the A 466. However, pitches are all well away from the road, so little traffic sound.
The entrance is easy, straight and level, if approaching from the South.
If approaching from the North, it is easier to pass by and perform a U Turn, thus approaching from the South. There are easy places to do this, just past the village. Alternatively, many people take the A40 South from Ross, and join the A466 near Monmouth, heading North. That means leaving the A40, before Monmouth, at a roundabout, signed A466. You will come to a cross-roads with traffic lights - turn right onto the Hereford Road (A466).

There is a safe play area for smaller children, near, but not too near...

including this guinea pig barn where you can watch 'pigs' of all ages, but for their safety do not enter.
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Campfires are essential.
You can bring your own fire basket or we will lend you one.
You can collect wood, or we will supply it to you.

The site is primarily for members of the Camping and Caravanning Club.
This is a brilliant organization, well worth joining see: http://www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/aboutus/whyjoin/





We are pleased to be called a 'Member recommended site.









We are pleased to be nominated Certificated Site of the Year.



Proprietor Dr Neil Wheeler
07813027670
nwheeler@brookes.ac.uk














 There is no ambient light, so a good place for stargazing. These photos taken from the site.

 






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