We are located in the Wye Valley near Symonds Yat, in-between the historic market town of Ross on Wye in Herefordshire and the tradition country town of Monmouth. We are just inside the England border next to the Forest of Dean and only half a mile from Wales with the border being the river.
With the Wye Valley being on the doorstep of the campsite, there are many interesting sites to see. The river and Symonds Yat are within walking distance, including the pubs along the river and the famous Symonds Yat rapids. Also a short stroll from the site you can be at King Arthurs Caves or the Seven Sisters Rocks.
The Wye Valley
We cater for all forms of tent camping from one-man backpackers to trailer tents, electric hookup pitches also available. We can take motor campers up to 23 ft long (we now have four hard standings for motor campers) however we are not able to take touring caravans.
Onsite we have the normal facilities, including;
Toilets(2 men’s cubicles, 2 urinals, 2 women’s cubicles and 1 disabled cubicle)
Washing up room, Free hot showers with hairdryer in the ladies(hairdryer requires 20p)
Ice pack freezing in washing up room
Chemical toilet disposal
Battery charging in reception (Chargers required)
Our reception has a small shop selling basic items, ice creams, sweets and hot and cold drinks.
Full Calor and Camping Gaz exchange facilities
The nearest shop is Spar (1 1/2 miles). For a wider range of provisions Monmouth is only 4 miles away.
Symonds Yat is famous for its picturesque position on the River Wye, also well known for canoeing, bird watching, walking and climbing. All can be accompanied by a stop in one of the riverside pubs. Symonds Yat Rock is also known for its spectacular views across the 3 counties, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. Pereqrine Falcons can be seen from the viewpoint aswell.