Chapel House Farm
Chapel House Farm offers a warm welcome at our campsite in the mountain wilds of the Welsh Marches in Herefordshire.
Campers seeking peace and tranquility at this hideaway in the little village of Craswall close to the book town of Hay-on-Wye can choose from 10 pitches in 15 acres of wildflower fields bordered by ancient woodland.
Children can make dens, run in the woods and play games in the long grass.
The pastures are a spectacle throughout the spring and summer with a show of bluebells and a host of other wild flowers. Mown paths wind down to a hand-crafted oak framed hut with a Chestnut shingle roof, based on a Saxon Romanian field barn design, which houses loos and hot showers (no coins or tokens required!). There’s also a covered dishwashing area with hot water, power points and a fridge and freezer.
Travel by car, walk or cycle, via public footpaths, bridleways and quiet country roads to Hay, the Golden Valley and over the Black Mountains to Llanthony, Llanveynoe and the secluded Olchon Valley.
Visit Hereford and the Wye Valley, enjoy fantastic sights and events, and make the most of the fabulous host of things to do in Hereford. Whether you are a first time visitor to the Wye Valley or a local born and bred, you will discover plenty of tourist attractions to award winning places to eat.
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