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Furnished Bell tent

At Chapel House Farm

Chapel House Farm, Craswall, Nr Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR2 0PN

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
This furnished bell tent is pitched in its own wildflower meadow with views of the Black Mountains.
  • A spacious six-metre bell tent with proper beds and bedding provided
  • The only bell tent on a rural site that allows campfires
  • Great location for walkers and those wanting to visit Hay-on-Wye

This information was supplied by Chapel House Farm

This spacious six-metre bell tent in its own flower-filled meadow, sleeps up to four people and offers panoramic views of the Black Mountains.

There is a fire pit with a hanging grill for cooking outside. We also provide you with plates, mugs, bowls, cutlery, a picnic basket and rugs. The tent is simply and beautifully furnished and decorated with fresh flowers, a double metal bed stead, two single wooden beds and an old steamer trunk. Bed linen, duvets, pillows and spare blankets are provided and beds are made for guests' arrival.

Campers seeking peace and tranquility at this hideaway in the little village of Craswall close to the book town of Hay-on-Wye can choose a pitch in 15 acres of wildflower fields bordered by ancient woodland, or why not book our airy, fully furnished bell tent?

Children can make dens, run in the woods and play games in the long grass. Grownups can choose a local beer or cider from our tiny shop, light a fire in one of our fire pits  (firewood and kindling available from the shop) and watch the stars.

The pastures are a spectacle throughout the spring and summer with a show of bluebells and a host of other wild herbs and flowers.

We have a hand-made, oak-framed, building house with 2 sets of showers and loos and also a compost loo in the adjacent camping field. There’s a covered area with a sink and hot water for washing dishes, a fridge-freezer and fridge and power points for hairdryers and charging phones etc.


Please be aware there are some steep slopes around the campsite.

About Chapel House Farm

An on-the-border break near Wales' Brecon Beacons and England's Hay-on-Wye, with a mixture of camping and glamping on offer

A warm welcome awaits at our campsite in the mountain wilds of the Welsh Marches in Herefordshire.

Campers seeking peace and tranquility at this hideaway in the little village of Craswall close to the book town of Hay-on-Wye can choose a pitch in 15 acres of wildflower fields bordered by ancient woodland, or why not book our airy, fully furnished bell tent. Children can make dens, run in the woods and play games in the long grass.

Pizza is available, usually one night of the week, from the original farmhouse bread oven and is made using mostly our own farm-grown ingredients. We also offer salad and vegetables from our polytunnel and eggs from our chickens.

Grownups can choose a local beer or cider from our tiny shop, light a fire in one of our fire pits (firewood and kindling available from the shop) and watch the stars. The pastures are a spectacle throughout the spring and summer with a show of bluebells and a host of other wild herbs and flowers. Mown paths wind down to a hand-crafted, oak framed hut with a Chestnut shingle roof, based on a Saxon Romanian field barn design, which houses loos and hot showers (no coins or tokens required!).

There's also a covered dishwashing area with hot water, power points and a fridge and freezer.

Travel by car, walk or cycle, via public footpaths, bridleways and quiet country roads to Hay, the Golden Valley and over the Black Mountains and the Offa's Dyke footpath to Llanthony, Llanveynoe and the secluded Olchon Valley.

Glamping Site Facilities

A hand-made, oak-framed, building houses 2 sets of showers and loos, and in one of the camping fields is a compost loo. There’s a covered area with a sink and hot water for washing dishes, a fridge-freezer and fridge and power points for hairdryers and charging phones etc. Follow the mown winding paths to a games pitch and beyond to woodland where dens can be made. Complimentary firepits provided. Logs, kindling and firelighting packs are available. The small on-site shop sells local beers, ciders and soft drinks.



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