Stayed 15/16/17th June 2021
We needed a site that was grass under foot and within easy walking distance to an interesting town with our older dog. The field is immaculately kept, part mown, part wild. We parked on the top half of the field over the stream. We seemed to have the whole field to ourselves, much to the delight of the dog who decided she'd found her second puppyhood and spent her time looking for, and chasing squirrels ( too slow ! ). We were met by the lovely Peter who when offered a chair in the shade proceeded to impart his wisdom re the site, the local area, it's pubs, it's shops, who's who and his life history ...... an absolute delight and we loved chatting to him x The site is really quiet, despite being only 5 minutes walk away along the road from the lovely town of Hay-on-Wye. Also, If you turn right out of the site entrance and walk for 2 minutes up the narrow road you will find a public footpath that takes you into Hay over the fields. Keep the dog on the lead though as there were sheep in the fields when we were there. Lovely shops and bars etc in Hay itself. The sun shone for us and our whole stay at this site was just wonderful.
We will definitely return !