Morning VW Camper Hire
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Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Take a city tour by day and escape to the country to relax in your camper van. Park up and relax. Living turns into sleeping. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax. Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping. Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax.Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping.Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax.Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping. Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax.Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping. Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

 

Recommendations – Beeches Farm Campsite

Heading east back towards the Welsh / English border is where you’ll find another of our favourite campsites; Beeches Farm Campsite just outside of Chepstow. This campsite is beautifully positioned above the River Wye and has spectacular views looking out across the Wye Valley.

Beeches prides itself on maintaining a relaxed and happy atmosphere and one of the highlights of staying at this site is being able to have a fire pit, as the sun dips down over the horizon. The following morning, you can wake up and wander over to the Reception and buy free range eggs laid on site. The toilet and shower facilities are always clean and tidy, but be aware the showers are on a £1.00 coin meter so make sure you take some change.

Rex & Dave's Travels


The nearest pub is The Anchor , which is a three mile walk away through beautiful woodland. The walk may be a little tough going for some, as it’s downhill on the way there and uphill on the way back. There are a few tricky sections in places but if you enjoy walking and you take your time, you’ll find this a pleasant walk and you may even get to see one of the local deers, as dusk draws in.

Once you reach Tintern you can spend some time taking in the spectacular Tintern Abbey before heading to the pub for a well earned drink. The Anchor is an historic inn dating back to the twelfth century and was originally a cider mill and grain store for the Abbey itself. It’s set alongside the River Wye and has a large, very well maintained beer garden. The food is extremely good with menus showcasing the best of local produce.

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