Rock Point

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

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Ideal for ...

  • 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
  • Shop
  • 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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Lat 51.885629 / Lon -2.692499
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Rock Point
Another fantastic 11days with Ben and Netty. To an already idyllic site, Ben and Netty have now added picnic tables and parasols. Yes, we were blessed with excellent weather mid May but there is still plenty to do on any grey days. You will not regret visiting Rock Point and will probably add it to your "regulars" list. Sunday lunch at the Royal Arms, coffee and cakes at Woods of Whitchurch and fresh produce from Pengethley's Farm Shop are all worthy of your consideration. Do not forget to say hello to George and Midred (geese), Ron and Hermione (the turkeys), Eric the Boxer and see if you can spot the enigmatic Nancy🤣.

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Reviewed on 22/05/2024 10:28

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Fantastic CL

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What a great CL, modern clean and tidy. All pitches have great views of the countryside. No narrow lanes to site very easy to find. The on site shop is a brilliant ideas, selling various local products and free range eggs from the owners own hens. Very dog friendly found a track and field just opposite site for morning and evening walk. Many walks within a short drive. Such lovely owners will definitely return.

Jeremy Harrow

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Reviewed on 28/04/2024 15:02

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Best CL ever with stunning views and wonderful hosts

Rock Point
This CL is the best we have ever stayed on, and we have been caravanning for many years. The site has been beautifully laid out, with hardstanding, bays which are defined by growing hedges and water stands on the pitch. The views are outstanding, the site was extremely well maintained. There are various animals to amuse you with chickens, geese, turkeys, ducks and dogs. Netty was delightful and introduced us to 2 two week old chicks, what an absolute treat. There is a shop that sells lots of local produce, including Ben's homemade sourdough bread, which is a must. This site is very local to us, and a visit which we will treasure in our memories. We will be back again for more sourdough, the delightful hosts and no need for TV when you have the animals to entertain you. Monmouth and Ross are not too far to travel and are lovely market towns, the River Wye, Forest of Dean and Symonds Yat also on the doorstep. Do book a stay, it's absolutely wonderful.

Dave and Liz Giles

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Reviewed on 17/04/2024 10:16

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We booked to come here a month or so ago and communication brilliant and an easy book .. We love the Forest of Dean and have been coming here for years at other sites and thought we would have a change . Access easy, pitches level. Owners lovely ..water and electricity to each pitch.. shop on site selling produce and eggs, lovely .. You wake up to turkeys,ducks,geese,chicken and cockerels and a boxer dog all doing their things.. it’s lovely .. Will definately be back and highly recommend .. Thank you

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Reviewed on 16/03/2024 13:08

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https://www.caravanclub.co.uk/certificated-locations/england/herefordshire/ross-on-wye/rock-point-cl/ our first stay on this Adult Only CL but wont be our last. Communication was excellent with Nettie, and provided with clear instructions on how to reach the site. All hard standings surrounded by grass on a raised section above the family smallholding, complete with chickens, ducks & geese. Water & electric to every pitch, and an undercover area to the left of the entrance provided the black & grey waste facilities, no toilet or showers so own facilities required. The cost is currently £20 which includes 10 units of electric. They have an amazing hut which includes both an information section and a well stocked shop with an honesty box - 2 large refrigerators for all your chilled needs, and a variety of dried goods, eggs from the on site chickens and I believe, home baked sourdough on occasion. Its about a 5 min walk back to the village that has a church, book swap in a telephone box next to the bus stop, buses to Ross on Wye & Monmouth. There is no shop in the village (hence the boon of the on site shop, the nearest supermarket would be Ross, 5 miles away. The nearest pub is a 30 min walk to the next village, its only open lunchtimes on the weekend, evenings only weekdays. The view from the CL is stunning and lovely walks in the surrounding countryside. We had a thoroughly relaxing weekend, in glorious autumnal frosty sunshine

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Reviewed on 29/11/2023 14:22

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