Three Castles Caravan Park
The Webb family welcome you to our small, exclusive country touring caravan park ideally situated for exploring many areas of outstanding natural beauty and heritage.
The Wye Valley & Vale of Usk has much to offer including The Old Station, a former Victorian Railway Station now operating as a visitor centre, Tintern Abbey and Abbey Mills Craft Centre alongside the Offas Dyke pathway and the Wye Valley Walk. Symonds Yat is famous for the Peregrine Falcons that breed on the cliffs here and can be viewed from the Yat Rock viewpoint. There are also wonderful views of the River Wye near the Forestry Commission car park and picnic site. At Symonds Yat West you have a famous Maze and other attractions and you can experience the pedestrian ferry taking you across the river to Symonds Yat East.
The Royal Forest of Dean is a wealth of beauty, activity and history. The Dean Heritage Centre at Soudley tells the story of the forest and there are many other exciting places to visit such as Puzzle Wood, The Dean Steam Railway, and The Sculpture Trail at Beechenhurst Lodge.
The Golden Valley is host to Dore Abbey which was founded by in 1147 by French Cistercian Monks from Morimond at Abbey Dore and there many other interesting villages leading up to Hay on Wye, famous for its book shops and the annual Hay Festival . At Hay on Wye you will also find an impressive craft centre, antique & gift shops and tea-rooms and The Offas Dyke pathway takes you over magnificent Hay Bluff.
The Brecon Beacons National Park offers you a feast of mountains including The Sugar Loaf, The Blorenge and the Black Mountains. Here you will also find the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal flowing through this unique area of landscape and culture. At Goytre Wharf Visitor Centre you can learn about the canal heritage and information about hire and charter boat facilities.
The market towns of Monmouth and Abergavenny have plenty to offer. Monmouth is well known for its annual free Music Festival in July and the Monmouthshire Show held on the last Thursday of August. Abergavenny is home to the famous Abergavenny Food Festival in September which attracts many famous celebrity chefs.
Award winning places to eat include The Bell at Skenfrith, 1861 at Cross Ash, The Walnut Tree Abergavenny and The Crown Inn at Whitebrook as well as many local pubs offering good food and music.
So, we have plenty of heritage, activity, natural beauty and many local events and festivals to tempt the traveller or you may just want to relax by the stream that edges the campsite. We look forward to welcoming you to our part of the world.
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This page was last updated: 10 July 2010