Rock Point

Trewitta, Rockpoint Lane, Llangarron, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6PD

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  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Ben, Netty and family offer a warm welcome to Rock Point CL, an idyllic spot, situated amidst the rolling Herefordshire countryside with stunning, uninterrupted views. Rock Point is within the grounds of our smallholding, ‘Trewitta’ in the pretty village of Llangarron, perfect for exploring the Wye Valley being approximately 7 miles between the market towns of Ross-on-Wye (Gateway to the Wye Valley) and the Welsh border town of Monmouth.

Here, visitors can escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and truly enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the countryside - apart from the occasional interruption of our resident cockerel that is! Rock Point offers five pitches with hardstanding on a slightly elevated plot. The pitching area is private from the main house and is edged by mature hedgerows and fencing, overlooking fields, the attractive duck pond and our menagerie of poultry. All pitches have electric/water hook up points. There is plenty of space for awnings. Access to chemical toilet disposal, general waste and recycling points. We are a dog friendly site but kindly ask that dogs be kept on leads whilst on the property.

We sell home grown seasonal fruit, vegetables, plants and produce - also freshly laid eggs from our free range hens and ducks with maybe the occasional goose or turkey egg!

There are several footpaths to explore within the village, and the stunning St Deinst church is within walking distance of Rock Point. For dog owners, Treworgan Fields (1.6 miles) maybe of interest: for private use, this 2.5 acres of secure dog walking fields is set out with various obstacles and equipment for dog training. For keen fishermen we have Biddlestone Pool carp fishery just 1.6 miles (5 minutes by car). Our friendly nearby pub, The Royal Arms at Llangrove is 1.4 miles (4 mins by car) or a relaxed walk. Just 10 minutes by car will take you to the famous local beauty spot, Symonds Yat, well worth exploring. Why not visit The Amazing Hedge Puzzle (Maze) or the Butterfly Zoo? Or a visit to Goodrich Castle, 5 miles. The scenic Forest of Dean is only a short drive away and, of course the characterful historic towns of both Ross on Wye and Monmouth, offering many excellent and independent shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes, hotels and river walks…. All this practically on our doorstep - come and see for yourself!

We look forward to meeting you and will do our very best to make your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.

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Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

Minimum stay 2 nights (applies weekends)

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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WOW what a great find

Rock Point
We have stayed on many good cl's before,but this is certainly the best.We debated whether or not to review because we would prefer to keep it secret.However on reflection that would be totaly unfair on Ben & Netty,who since opening in August last year have done an amazing job to get this project up and running.We received a warm welcome from Ben on arrival,who pointed out where everything was.The whole site is spotlessly clean,and very well organised.We were allocated pitch 5,and the view over the Wye Valley is to die for.Also the resident animals,chickens,ducks,geese and turkeys make for an entertaining backdrop and soundtrack.There is also lots of wildlife,buzzards,peregrine falcons,red kites,owls,just to name a few.Netty and Ben can always been seen around site doing jobs and generally keeping everything in shape.There are fresh eggs and salad bags to buy,and also plans for a shop on site to buy their produce.We visited Ross on Wye,Monmouth and Symonds Yat,which are all very close by.We also took a walk to the local pub,The Royal Arms which serves excellent food.We enjoyed a fantastic 3 night stay,but we will certainly be back for more.Ben and Netty's keen eye for detail and their hard work have really paid off.

wayne6354

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Reviewed on 22/06/2022 14:49

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Amazing views, lovely people!

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This is a lovely CL site with the most amazing views over the family smallholding and the surrounding countryside. We awoke every morning to see the ducks and geese being let out and Netty tending her veggie plots. The electric is metered, but we had more than enough per day for everything we needed and didn't go over at all. The waste facilities are clean and well located, and there is a little honesty shop to buy eggs and salad fresh from the garden. There may even be bread, once this is up and running. The person along the road also sells lovely asparagus! We put up a bird feeder and loved seeing the woodpecker, nuthatches, tits and finches every day - great entertainment. Also heard the cuckoo and owl, saw skylarks, red kites, buzzzards and a sparrowhawk. The local pub, the Royal Arms, does a great Sunday roast and other meals, and a little further away The Yew Tree Inn community pub does an impressive range of ciders and holds quiz nights with a free buffet for £2, burger nights, pie nights, pizza nights etc and were very welcoming. There is so much to see and do - some of our favourites:- Hereford Cathedral, The Waterworks Museum which was fascinating, especially as we went on a Steam Day. The Brecon Beacons - we can recommend a trip on the Brecon Mountain Railway. The Big Pit mining museum was excellent and free, CADW Blaenavon Ironworks was great, and Llanthony Priory was so beautiful and peaceful. The 3 Castles - Penfrith, White and Grosmont Castles. Also Monmouth (make sure you visit the Courthouse and Cells) and lovely Abergavenny. NT Croome Park is a beautiful building with a fascinating history but you almost need another day to do justice to RAF Defford which was so interesting. NT Weir Garden is lovely - take a picnic. Eastnor Castle is a bit further afield but had a great Steam and Vintage Vehicle event. And make sure you visit some of the pretty local churches - Garway Templar Church, Kilpeck church. We stayed at Rock Point for 3 weeks and enjoyed every minute. There is a picnic table and plans are afoot to provide more facilities, which will be great (especially WiFi!!). Thank you, Ben and Netty, for a wonderful stay!

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Reviewed on 18/06/2022 10:14

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Fantastic Return Visit

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Our first return visit to Ben and Netty priced just as enjoyable as our first. We were blessed with 5 days of early-Spring weather and the loveliest of welcomes from Ben and Netty. They have continued to develop the site with excellent hard standing and "privacy hedging" between the 3 lower pitches. On this trip we discovered the Pengethley Farm Shop. The steaks and wild boar sausages were delicious. The Londis, at Peterstow, is well stocked if you need routine provisions and conveniently, just down the road is the Yew Tree Inn. Owned and operated by the Wye Valley Cider and Perry Company, they provide an excellent and enthusiastic introduction into their bespoke range of ciders and Perry's. You may want to take a "nominated driver" with you. And, if that were not enough, you must meet Ben and Netty's latest addition, Eric the Boxer. Can't wait to be back.

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Reviewed on 31/03/2022 08:44

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Great facilities and a very scenic location

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This CL is listed on the CL booking website https://clbooking.co.uk/, which makes checking availability and sending a booking enquiry easy and the comms from the owner were brilliant, email of full details, route and access etc and payment can be done by BACS, which I prefer. The site itself is very neatly laid out, with 5 hardstanding pitches. We were given pitch 1, which is a double width hard standing at bthe top of the site, which was handy as it was wet during our stay. There is water to each pitch and the waste water/tipping point was of a very good standard and kept clean. There are fantastic views down a valley from the site and it is very peaceful with virtually no traffic passing. The owner was very friendly when he came to say hello and was very helpful. there is loads to do and see nearby, Symonds Yat, Tintern, Goodrich (and other) castles, Forest of Dean etc etc. Electricity is metered, but even staying four cold days in March, with the electric heating on every morning and evening and all day one very wet day, we only went 'over use' by £3 worth, so the normal allowance appears to be ample for most stays. All in all, a really good quality CL. It has obviously had a lot of money spent to set up to a high standard, which is understandably reflected in the pitch fee.

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Reviewed on 30/03/2022 12:44

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Brilliant introduction to Motorhome living

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We picked up our first Motorhome on Tuesday and were at Rock Point by Wednesday. We had called and spoke to Ben who booked us in for three weeks time, but I told him we were new and totally unfamiliar with motorhoming and he said we were more than welcome to come immediately if we wanted and he would help us with any problems we had. He was true to his word, lending us a water hose and grey water pipe that we didn’t have on board. He gave us valuable tips on our new hobby. The site is immaculate and Ben and Netty are gems. Fresh eggs and delicious home made soda bread went down a treat. We stayed 4 nights instead of the 2 we had planned and have booked again for April. Very highly recommended! What a great start to our new way of life.

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