We are protected from rain by the Black mountains. Most of the rain that should get to us falls on Brecon! Two years ago, for example, we have had cancellations because the weather forecast is poor, and yet it was as dry as ever, here. One tenter cancelled because of 'A dreadful forecast' while it was so dry that we were hay-making.
It can rain, even here, but your chances of getting wet are far less that the forecast would suggest.

A meeting space, information, minor cooking equipment is provided and there are electric hook ups for vans and tents.

There are ball play areas, but well away from the camping areas, as well as a well stocked toy box and collection of table games .
There is a four-birth, pre-erected tent available.

Walks For all
There is all types of walking to be enjoyed from the site itself, including one medium walk to a very dog-friendly pub. There are endless glorious walks nearby requiring a few minutes in the car.
There is a small shop (£1.00) with a few things previous campers have asked for: free range eggs, home-made jams and marmalade, matches, lighters, candles, small toys, fruit, etc.

Access is from the A466, in Llancloudy village, but this is a very quiet road and the pitches are between 300and 800 yards from the road.

Access, heading North is wide and level. if you are heading South, the turn would be tight. Most campers prefer to go by, to the top of the hill, where a U-Turn is easy to perform. Some people approaching from Ross, take the A40 South and join the A466, before Monmouth heading North.


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