Welcome to our campsite
Choose a pitch in one of our three stunning camping meadows, relax in the comfort of our spacious bell tent, or stay in our new, handcrafted Oak and Douglas fir camping pod.
We also have a small number of canvas bell tents available for hire.
Children can make dens, run in the woods and play games in the long grass. The pastures are a spectacle throughout the spring and summer with a show of bluebells and a host of other wild flowers. Watch out for snuffling hedgehogs at night too.
Mown paths wind down to our shop and pizzeria and a carved, oak framed hut, locally made and based on a Saxon Romanian field barn design, which houses loos and hot showers.
Watch out for the Red Kites and Buzzards that wheel over the campsite and listen for Curlews on the road to Hay-on-Wye where you might also spot a Fallow deer or tiny Muntjac deer crossing the road.
Our campsite is a five-minute walk from gastropub, The Bulls Head.
We are able to offer exclusive use of the whole campsite, subject to availability, for private parties, weddings etc... Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Down by the farmhouse:
A covered area made from up-cycled building materials and tree trunks contains a sink and hot water for washing dishes, a fridge-freezer and fridge and power points for hairdryers and charging phones etc. Drinking water tap.
In the camping fields:
Water tap for fire buckets.
Two acres of ancient woodland where children are welcome to explore and build dens.
Please be aware there are some steep slopes around the campsite.
Hire a traditional canvas bell tent at Chapel House Farm. Photo by Annapurna Mellor.
An aerial view showing one of our private bell tent pitches at Chapel House Farm. Photo by Annapurna Mellor.
Summer camping on our Flat Field at Chapel House Farm. Photo by Annapurna Mellor.
Peter's Wagon at Chapel House Farm. Photo by Annapurna Mellor.
An aerial view of Chapel House Farm campsite. Photo by Annapurna Mellor.
What a view! One of the camping pitches on the Flat Field at Chapel House Farm. Photo by Annapurna Mellor.
Follow mown paths around the campsite.
Childrens's den amongst the bluebells
The carved oak loo and shower building at Chapel House Farm.