FAQs

The Campsite

How much is it per night? The charge is £16 per caravan / motorhome per night.

What facilities are there? Martha’s Meadow has drinking water, a chemical disposal point, general waste disposal and an information shelter. All pitches are hardstanding with an electric hookup and a grass awning area. TV and mobile reception are good. However, please note that we do not have toilet and shower facilities.

When is the site open? We are open all year round, weather permitting.

What time can I arrive? Earliest arrival is 1pm and latest departure is 11am. If we are able to accommodate you for longer, then we will by all means, just ask!

Are children allowed onsite? No, we are an adults only site.

Are dogs allowed onsite? Yes, dogs are permitted so long as they are kept on a lead and any mess is cleaned up.

Is the site difficult to access? In short – no. The last 3 miles of your journey will be on country lanes, but there are plenty of passing places. The lane is plenty wide enough with good visibility for the most part.

Do I need to be a Camping and Caravanning Club member? Yes, the site is for members only. If you are not a member, you can join for £45 to access this campsite and hundreds more. Click here to join.


The Local Area

Where are the nearest shops and places to eat? Ross-on-Wye is the closest town and has plenty to offer by way of shops, pubs and restaurants. It is a 3.5 mile walk / cycle away, or a 4.5 mile drive.

Where would you recommend we visit? The Wye Valley has so much to offer, making it quite difficult to pick a favourite destination! Symonds Yat (pictured) and The Forest of Dean are very popular with tourists. For any information regarding what there is to do locally, we would highly recommend you have a look at the Visit Dean Wye website and the Eat, Sleep, Live Herefordshire website


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