Bacton, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2 0APView on map
Why stay here ...
Pentwyn Farm is a grass smallholding situated in the lower half of Herefordshire's Golden Valley, 3 miles off the A465 and accessed direct off the B4347 via a tarmac drive. The site is just above the valley floor giving views across the valley floor and the river Dore to Dore Abbey and beyond to Garway Hill.
Pentwyn is positioned centrally between the market towns of Hay on Wye (16 miles), Ross on Wye (17 miles), Monmouth (18 miles), Abergavenny (16 miles) and the principal town of Hereford itself (13 miles). The site is moderately sloping and some levelling will be required when positioning your unit. Each pitch has its own 6 seater wooden picnicking bench.
Pentwyn welcomes families and pets. Dogs must be kept under total control at all times in the interests of protecting children and farm animals alike and must be cleared up after exercising.
Being so close to the Welsh boarder the area is steeped in history of castles, country estates, beautiful landscapes and walking in the river valley's or on the Black Mountains. Quiant villages like Grosmont where King Henry the 8th held court, Garway and its links to the Knights Templar's are but two of many.
For the younger visitors, thrills can be found locally at Battlelands Paintball or Monnow Events with carting, quads safaris, zorbing, clay pigeon shooting and archery. Further afield, is canoeing on the river at Hay on Wye or pony trekking in the Black Mountains.
The local principal village of Ewyas Harrold (2 1/2 miles) has a shop with post office, butchers, fish and chip shop, two pub's and a doctors surgery. There are plenty of other pubs in local villages serving food.
Levelling blocks required
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