Camp on our farm
During the May half term and summer holidays, we open a two acre field for private camping. So it's easy to get to, and it's yours, all yours.
The facilities are basic, but you don't have to share them. There is a fire pit, composting loo and mains water tap in the field. Down the drive, next to the farmhouse, you have access to a barn kitchen with an oven and washing up facilities. See below for prices.
We also let out a couple rooms at one end of our Tudor farmhouse throughout the year.
Per night, two night minimum stay for up to five people. Each additional person costs £15 per night, no more than ten people and three tents. Family groups only. Enquire below for availability.
Per week for up to five people. Each additional person costs £70 per week, no more than ten people in three tents. Weekly stays are Friday to Friday. Family groups only. Enquire below for availability.
Roam the Welsh countryside
Monmouthshire is home to history, outdoor pursuits and good food.
Poised on the border of England and Wales, the conflicts and contests it has hosted since the Iron Age are evident in the hill forts, Roman ruins, Norman keeps and castle fortresses dotted throughout the county. Our farm is a couple miles away from Raglan Castle and the hidden iron age fort at Coed y Bwnydd.
With child-friendly pootles to epic treks, canoe trips to water sports, cycling trails to wild swimming, there are a few things to do out and about in Monmouthshire. As well as the historic market towns of Monmouth and Abergavenny to explore.
Monmouthshire is also where amazing local produce meet great chefs. From the famous Michelin starred Crown at Whitebrook and The Walnut Tree, to the tiny Black Bear and the charming Bell at Skenfrith, the county is spoilt for choice. That is if there is any room left from afternoon tea at The Angel.
Let us know if you need any more ideas of what to do, or eat, during your stay with us.
Let us know when you'd like to come and how many we should expect. Because of the nature of farming, it can take us a day to get back to you.
Your private camping field has a dedicated fire circle so you can roast marshmallows and cook up burgers. Seasoned firewood is available to buy from the farmhouse, as well as some nifty fire-starting kits. But just in case of wet weather or the need for an emergency pizza, there is a fully working oven in our barn kitchen.
There is a stand pipe with mains water available in your camping field. You also have access to the barn kitchen by the farmhouse. It has hot running water, and sinks for washing up.
We provide an off grid composting loo in your private field for you to use. Practically it means everyone has to take a seat, no matter their reason for visiting the loo. And sometimes you need to throw in a handful of sawdust.
The field is almost three acres in size, undulating gently to make it both flat enough for camping but not completely featureless. A few old oak trees provide a bit of shade, and the view sweeps across the patchwork quilt of some of Wales' finest farmland. It has access to the lane so you can drive in and out, but otherwise it is yours.
There is ample space to park your car in the field. If it is at all wet, there is also space in the farm yard nearby, where we also have an electric car charge point.
We are happy to accommodate well-behaved dogs, but please be aware that we have two working dogs on the farm, free-ranging chickens and other farm animals. Your four legged friend will need to be on a lead in the yards and orchard at all times, and well under control when walking in the fields.
Recharging & Connectivity
We have an electric car charger available, charged at current electricity rates p/kwh. Gadgets and phones can be recharged in our farm kitchen. The farmyards have wifi if needed, and the majority of the farm has good mobile reception.