Black Hill Campsite
From our small off-grid location on the Welsh borders we are pleased to offer you a campsite with a difference on a working sheep farm and in a stunningly beautiful rural location.
The campsite is adjacent to the Brecon Beacons National Park and is on the foothills of the Black Mountains, within minutes of some nationally renowned walking trails including Offa's Dyke Path that runs up the nearby Hay Bluff. The amazing old ruins of Llanthony Abbey in the picturesque Capel-y-Ffin valley are located nearby.
The surrounding landscape has been inhabited and worked by human beings for tens of thousands of years and stone burial cairns can still be found dotted across the hillside. Finds of Neolithic flint hand tools have been made, and musket balls bearing testament to long-forgotten skirmishes between English and Welsh forces can occasionally be found.
Approximately 5 miles away is the little border town of Hay-on-Wye, famed for its second-hand bookstores and its annual literature festival. A selection of outdoor and leisure activities including canoeing and golfing are available in and around Hay.
Dogs are permitted on the site but must be kept on leads at all times.
Campfires are allowed in designated areas and locally sourced firewood is available on request.
For those campers wishing to reduce their carbon footprints and travel to our campsite via public transport, collection from Hay-on-Wye / Hereford or Abergavenny is available at cost and subject to prior arrangement.
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This page was last updated: 27 April 2009