Stayed five nights 12th to 17th July 18. From the moment we arrived we felt at home on the site and realised we had arrived at a special little spot. Unlike others the railway was no issue nor was the nearby trunk road.
The wardens were very welcoming and had their hand on all the information we required about the local area, explaining footpath options, public transport, shops selling local produce and of course the best pubs. Local 1-25000 os maps a bonus. Flat pitches which were intersperced with hard and grass pitches.
The toilet/shower block was spotless although it was dated and deserves the modern facilities that some less cared for sites benefit from.
The Carpenters arms at Walterstones, 2 miles from the site, is a must for anyone wishing to experience a quality meal/cask ales served in a truly friendly local hostelry. Abergavenny is 6 miles away or thereabouts and there area number of footpaths to take you there although they will take you through valleys and some hill climbing. The lanes and tracks are suitable for cycling and you are able to avoid the trunk road. It is a nice market town with enough to entertain you for a full day if you like walking and exploring.
All in all a great site and unusually for us one we intend to go back to.