NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED.
All May book and visit.
NO music. Get away from neighbours with radios.
Tents and caravans are £10/night, assuming 1 or 2 people. Additional people of any age are £5/night.
Fully serviced pitches are £15/night for 2 people.
10% discount for returning visitors.
10% reduction for Visitors of State Pension age. (One discount only! Ask for it on booking or on arrival.)
This is a very rural site. NO Music! NO Noise! We aim for a tranquil experience.
Four toilet/shower buildings. Some rustic; some more modern.
We have far-reaching views over three counties, many large trees and a stream. We have less rainfall than elsewhere, because we are protected by the Black Mountains.
We provide showers and toilets in two buildings, including a new Log Cabin building, to blend in with the setting. New, flushing, porcelain toilets, cleaned daily and spacious showers.
We Have a limited number of fully serviced pitches, with water supply, grey water disposal and Electric hook ups. Each hook-up is protected by its own RCD and delivering 1.5KW is suitable for lights, battery charging, fridges, and electrical camping equipment (kettles, etc). The total wattage is restricted so these will not usually support domestic type water heaters, space heaters and such things as high wattage domestic kettles.
We offer a small number of seasonal pitches at about a half of the usual price in select spots each having its own garden area.
You can camp fairly freely on this 15-acre space: by the stream, grouped near the shower facilities, or further out on your own - just as you prefer. Wherever you go, with 25 pitches on 15 acres you can always find a pleasant spot. There is ample space for small campfires, BBQs, etc.
We make this a quiet, peaceful place, so we strongly discourage radio, music and any other noise.
If you don't have a tent, we can offer you a pre-erected one.
We can offer you an old but cosy touring caravan in its own quiet garden.
We do get rain, but being in the lee of the Black mountains, we get somewhat less that we should. Last year although the forecast was saying rain, we remained largely dry. We have even had cancelled bookings because the ‘weather forecast was dreadful' in a fine week.
You are in easy reach of The Black Mountains, The Wye Valley and The Forest of Dean.
There is splendid walking (Guides available), Cycling, canoeing, caves, mines, steam railways, et, etc.
We will give you a 'recommended' list on arrival, with about 2/52 worth of trips, with details, but this is only a taster.
There is a very good pub, a few minutes drive or rather longer if you walk. They really welcome campers, children and dogs, and provide nice & good value food, ales and wines.
On the A466 between Monmouth and Hereford, in Llancloudy. Postcode:HR2 8QN. Entrance on the A466 Just North of Llancloudy Village.
Entrance: easy, straight & level, if approaching from the South.
If approaching from the North, best to pass by and perform a U Turn. There are easy places to do this, just past the village. Alternatively, 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 then reach a crossroad with traffic lights, where you turn right onto the Hereford Road (A466).