We are now closed for the season. We will start taking bookings for for next season in the New Year and hopefully be able to open in April 2021.
Magnificent views across the Wye Valley into Wales ‘God’s own land’ .
The ‘fire pits’ on our site, flickering flames as you watch the night skies with the stars above.
The woodland that surrounds our camp-site and the Forest of Dean with it's towering trees.
Direct access to Offa's Dyke and the view from Devil’s Pulpit down onto the ruins of Tintern Abbey.
Beeches farm welcomes families, small groups, couples and individuals in tents, campervans, small caravans and motorhomes.
Come and enjoy the view, an open fire and clean facilities.
Beeches Farm Camp-site is a traditional, informal site with stunning views over the Wye Valley. Please book in advance of arriving to make sure we have space.
Booking-in-time is from 2pm for both camping and static or pod hire. Please no arrivals after 9.00pm (without prior agreement).
Departing at the end of your stay is by 11am to give us time to clean up ready for the next campers.
Dogs are welcome if kept under control. Fire pits are provided but only wood purchased on the site is permitted to be burned.
Pricing is per night per person. Hikers and Cyclists (without car) £8. Gazebos £5 per night.
Find out more about staying in a static caravan or pod. Click the link below.
Electric hookups are limited so please be sure to book first to avoid disappointment.
Beeches Farm has been in existence for over 200 years. In the late 1940s the farm was bought by the Cracknell Family and the campsite was set up in the early 1950s as a place for war-torn families and soldiers to relax.
Respect for the countryside and the environment are at the heart of our ethos. The camp-site is run with these values.
We encourage recycling, harvest rainwater for the toilet system and use solar lights where possible. It is a friendly, family site where people can relax and unwind and get in touch with nature.