Chapel House Farm

Peace and tranquility in the wild Welsh Marches.

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About Chapel House Farm: A hideaway campsite in the mountain village of Craswall, close to the book festival town of Hay-on-Wye, set in 15 acres of wildflower meadows and bordered by ancient woodland.

15 circular and half moon pitches are mown into long grass, including a traditional wagon, furnished bell tent and a cosy oak pod. Five minutes stroll to the pub and fabulous mountain walks and cycling straight from the campsite.

Worth Noting: Pizzas from the original farmhouse bake oven, made using the farm’s own flour, produce and foraged greens, plus other foody nights. The farm’s regeneratively reared rare-breed beef and pork and traditional breed lamb and hogget, anti pasto, local cheeses, local beers, ciders, gins, firewood, honey, juice, farm eggs and salads in our shop. Ancient stable with log fire for shelter, hot drinks and dining. Den building in woods.

Number of Pitches: 15

Open: April to October, with glamping available all year.

Site Owners: Anita & Simon

Address: Chapel House Farm, Craswall, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR2 0PN

Telephone: 01981 510590


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