Booking now available between 16th July and 2nd August.
- Small quiet site on a working dairy farm in the Wye Valley
- Chepstow, Perrygrove railway, Puzzle Wood and Tintern Abbey within a 15-minute drive
- Pop-up farm shop on site selling farm-produced milk and ice cream
Pitches at Chase Farm are in the grounds of a small family-run Gloucestershire dairy farm in the Wye Valley, 10 minutes’ drive north of Chepstow and 20 minutes from Lydney.
Close to the border between England and Wales, this site has far-reaching views across the River Severn towards Bristol, and is surrounded by fields and woodland. Set well back from any main roads, the pitches here are pretty peaceful, although you may well hear a tractor or two going about their business from time to time.
And of course you’ll most likely be able to listen in on the resident cows too: they generally graze the fields next to the site, eating up all the grass that helps them produce properly creamy milk. Guests can sample the fresh milk for themselves as it’s bottled and sold at the farm gate shop (and some of it goes into producing ice cream, which you can also pick up here alongside fresh eggs and other local produce).
Getting out for a walk is a must around these parts – there are lots of trails to follow in nearby forests, or you can set out on a woodland trail from the farm to reach the Offa’s Dyke Path and Devil’s Pulpit viewpoint in about five minutes. Canoeing, crazy golf and the treetop trails of Go Ape are all within a 20-minute drive for a bit of different activity.