Burhope Farm Campsite Location

We are just 3 miles from the Welsh border, and set in a valley surrounded by rolling hills and open skys. The Black Mountains, with all their incredible scenery, offer opportunities for walking, pony-trekking and nature-watching.

The River Wye is just a few miles away and if canoeing or kayaking down a river is your idea of heaven then the Wye is for you. Our local towns are Hereford, Monmouth, Abergavenny & Ross on Wye – These are Historic market towns with a combination of beautiful buildings and rich heretage as well as modern shopping.

We have Garway hill only 10 minutes away which offers great views extending into the hearts of Herefordshire and Wales.

Interesting facts

Monmouth is the worlds first Wikipedia Town – due to the large variety of historic buildings and the history of the town being so interesting, this means that there are subtle smart code scanners around the town so that visitors with smart phones can pull up all the information about where they are and what they are seeing.

Hereford has a lot going on, it is known well for its agricultural trade, with some more famous names such as Tyrrells Crisps and Bulmers Cider being produced. It is possible to go for a tour of the Bulmers Cider Museum only just a short walk from the city centre. The City centre houses modern shops and also a Victorian House which is also available to visit and explore victorian history.

The River wye passes through and the city is on a very popular canoeing section. Abergavenny is a very interesting and pleasent town to visit, it is very much a market style town with plenty going on, but not overcrowded as you walk round. There is rich history to be explored and excellent walks surround it including two mountains and fantastic hill trails.

Ross On Wye the name of this town features the river in it and is well known for offering great canoeing trips and fishing. Riverside pubs and fantastic views can be enjoyed only just outside of the town centre. The town itself is based on a hill with an old market place at the top as a key feature.

If you look above the shops you will see historic buildings. it offers great access through to south wales and is the strat of the M50 giving easy access to other exciting places such as Gloucester, Worcester even Birmingham.

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