This is a tiny site with a big view, just 500 yards from the Welsh border. Indeed, it would be hard to find a more peaceful and unspoiled location – a real hideaway site on National Trust land and run by the tenant farmer. The 12 touring pitches are arranged around the upper edge of a well mown, south facing, grass meadow, ten with electricity hook-ups (10A). Levelling blocks and a torch would be useful. Access is via a narrow lane with passing places for half a mile. From the pitches you have a panoramic view of the Malvern Hills, Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains.
On a really clear day you can even see the Cotswolds (about 60 miles).