Cledd Y Tan Farm

Kilgwrrwg, Newchurch, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 6DA

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Outstanding views across Usk Valley to Sugar Loaf and Herefordshire Hills.
  • Breathtaking sun sets across the mountains.
  • Easy access to motorways. Chepstow 15 mins. Very quiet site.
  • Stabling for horses available.

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

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Postcode:
NP16 6DA
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GPS:
Lat 51.673676 / Lon -2.77779
OS field ref:
ST462976
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Chepstow
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Shh, don’t tell everyone!

A little gem, so special that I am nervous about recommending it in case it gets busy and we can’t get a pitch! Lovely welcome from Steve, and great comms from Lynne, whom we have yet to meet. Thank you for being very accommodating and friendly hosts - and thanks also for rousing us to see the mist in the valley on the first morning, a sight not to be missed. The road up is quite narrow but we managed fine in our large motorhome (almost 7.5m long). It really is the perfect place to watch the sun rise and set!
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Absolute Gem

We found this CL by chance while looking for somewhere 'safe' and quiet. What a find!! As others have said the views are stunning and Steve and Lynne couldn't have been more helpful. We stayed for 3 weeks in September and returned in October until we had to leave because of lockdown in Wales despite the low risk in Monmouthshire. I am sure we will return time and again. We were content to sit out in the sun and/or cosy-up in the van watching the horses and bird life on a 'rest day'. We also enjoyed numerous walks nearby and have plenty more to explore! An added bonus is the farm shop just down the road for most essentials including delicious home baked bread and cakes made by Sarah. In this sad year of 2020 this holiday will be long remembered as our treasured highlight!
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Fantastic views

This CL has probably one of the best views of any CL. The site is on a working farm and could be a bit muddy if the weather is wet. The access is straight forward and comes in through the farm yard – look out for the signs directing you if you approach from the west, if you turn too soon it could be difficult to get into the CL! Steve, the owner, will provide you with a very friendly welcome (and a couple of duck eggs for breakfast if you are lucky!). The views are what make this site, being nearly 1000 feet up and looking down into a very broad valley. It was quiet, the road is immediately adjacent to the site but is not busy. Good access to local amenities, 3 bar 4G signal for EE on your mobile, free wifi on site. Overall a good stop for a night or two in the area.

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I rang and booked the site as a one night stop over. A very friendly helpful Steve took my call.A beautiful setting with stunning views.I left next day after a peaceful night and good rest.My only regret i should have stayed longer.I will return and stay longer. Stewart.
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Spectacular views, lovely welcome.

This was our second visit, sorry forgot to review last time. We agree, Steve the owner is a real character and cannot do enough for you. When he asked what we were doing for the day and we told him we were visiting our daughter and son in law in Chepstow he instantly offered us a lift as we were in a motorhome. We were already being picked up but appreciated the generous offer. Yes it is a working farm and if wet it is muddy so you need outside boots. The facilities are basic but the views are second to none.

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