Innage Farm

Mathern, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 6JA

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

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  • Dog walk from site
  • WC (exclusive use)

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3.5 acres

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NP16 6JA
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GPS:
Lat 51.61631 / Lon -2.68665
OS field ref:
ST525910
OS map ref:
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  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Very Pleasant and convenient

Innage Farm
Well manicured grass pitches next to a field with a few sheep. Close by some interesting walks and walking distance to Chepstow. The Severn is within view Working farm , yet probably the quietest farm animals we every came across. All in all lovely and conveniently located for a quick getaway or short stay.

Sojourner

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Reviewed on 07/04/2022 12:29

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Lovely little gem.

Innage Farm
We have now stayed here three times as it is close to our daughter and her family. The site is a simple site but in a lovely setting. On our first two visits it was grass only but now there is hardstanding available but best to request this when booking. On our last visit we were also offered why but this is limited. We have always received a very warm welcome. The village is very pretty and the pub is within walking distance. You can access the coastal path from the site and the walk along The Severn is lovely. Thoroughly recommend.

Lawton25

Reviewed on 24/03/2022 16:38

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Innage Farm
We booked for 3 nights. We arrived after dark and couldn't find the hard standing so we drove just onto the grass. In the morning we relocated to higher ground but there is no hard standing to go onto. The price is now £10 a night not the £8 advertised. There is no EHU but a hook up cable hanging strangely in a tree ran out from the house. No one used it. The water pressure is good and the tank filled quickly. The recycling and waste facilities are fine. There is an outside toilet but not with electricity so take a torch at night. The grass was cut low and the view is of the electricity pylons that span the Severn estuary. The site is well positioned for chepstow and Tintern Abbey. We even ride our bikes to and fro across the first Severn crossing which was fun. Brilliantly positioned for the Wales coast path. By using the train from chepstow to Caldicot you can do a circular 9 mile walk. All in all it met our needs.

lizbird74

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Reviewed on 14/11/2021 19:15

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First time here - will stopover again

Innage Farm
Excellent C.L. for a night or two stop-over. Warm welcome. Well maintained site. Quiet and peaceful. Felt very secure leaving motorhome for a good walk. Good nearby Pub with food. Very pretty Village with historic Church, worth a look.

Millcourt

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Reviewed on 06/06/2021 19:02

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A hidden gem

Innage Farm
This is a lovely little farm site. On arrival we were advised by the owner to park where we wanted and so we tucked ourselves in the corner and enjoyed the peace and quiet. Obviously you can hear a low hum from the motorway but it didn't bother us. The sound of birdsong more than compensated. It is a basic site but has everything you need. It was easy to find and plenty of room to get into the farm.The only thing we would say is the site facilities are not well signed, we had been filling our water from a tap which looked like it was over a grey waste pipe which we then saw others emptying their black tanks into, it was not marked as chemical waste. We later found another tap labelled drinking water. They do have their own farm dogs which roam free they are sweet little things who don't bother the campers and mainly stay out the front. We only live 20 miles away so this will be a little place we will sneak off to for quick breaks and country air. We didn't try the village pub but it looks lovely and we will next time. A bargain at £8

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Reviewed on 25/07/2020 15:04

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