2 Berth Motorhomes
Ideal for couples and small families,
there’s no shortage of either space or comfort in our entry level model.
The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is an internationally important protected landscape straddling the border amongst England and Wales. It is one of the most dramatic and scenic landscape areas in southern Britain. The perfect destination for the selection of campsites on your motorhome hire trip!
A visit to the Wye and Usk valleys offers emotional scenes and nature trails – and with Monmouthshire granted the main ‘sustenance tourism goal’ in Wales, you positively won’t go hungry.
Found toward the east of the Brecon Beacons and north of the residential community of Crickhowell, the Black Mountains are out and out lovely. Tail one of the various trails and once on the tops, leave life as you most likely are aware it behind. Something for each level of walker and amazing to boot.
Each September the memorable market town of Abergavenny exhibits the best of the Welsh culinary world. More than 200 market slows down, in addition to coached tastings, masterclasses, big name cook shows and talks are held in and around the town, while the old mansion grounds play host to a kids’ nourishment institute, unrecorded music and amusement. A genuine celebration environment and an opportunity to test and purchase the best of Wales to eat and drink. An unmissable end of the week.
Running for 32 miles through the untainted view of the Brecon Beacons, a visit to the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is a great method to back things off a bit. Take to the towpath by walking or by bike to appreciate the amazing environment (and stroll off those additional welsh cakes).
As part of the Camping and Caravanning Club’s Privilege Scheme you have access to over 110 participating campsites, at discounted rates, throughout the duration of your hire period.
We have over 100 Club Sites set in some of the most picturesque locations, nearby to leading tourist destinations across the UK.
We pride ourselves on having friendly campsite managers and excellent facilities, so all you have to do is relax and make memories with your loved ones.
Wales does castles – fact. Chepstow is the first real ‘castle’ in Wales in two senses – it is the earliest stone fortress in Wales, and the first you come to upon entering southern Wales. Perched high above the River Wye, a walk along the castle battlements is a thrilling way to experience the breathtaking scenery.
Under ten miles from the M4 yet feeling a world away, Usk sits on one of the finest salmon angling waterways in the nation, the River Usk. Visit the eleventh century stronghold, take an invigorating riverside walk and appreciate the beguiling autonomous shops, coffee bars and bars Usk brings to the table.