Wedding Weekend Camping Festival

We will be hosting the first and only Andy and Mark's wedding weekend camping festival!

We have set aside a section of our fields by the stream for camping. So bring your own tent, think Glastonbury, but with about 20000 less people, less b-grade pop stars, well no pop stars, and less drugs and mud. If you're putting the tent up you may as well make a weekend of it, it's a bank holiday after all. Come on Friday after work, we'll be down on the fields helping you set up camp and from around 8pm we'll open the first keg of beer and light the camp fire. So, this just a wedding, more a free weekend away :) 

Remember to bring all your camping gear, food, snacks and drinks and some something to put on the BBQ with you. If you need to stock up, our nearest supermarket is Waitrose in Abergavenny, about 4 miles away. 

If you don't have your own in tent toilet there will be a shower & toilet on site. 

Sunday and Monday you could explore the area using the camp site as a base.



We've set aside an area by the stream for camping. Pitch your tent and you'll be a 2-minute walk from your car and our wedding marquee will be just over the hedge.

And for those very middle-class emergencies...Waitrose will deliver.


Bring something to drink

We'll be keeping you suitably fluid through the wedding but remember to pack enough for the rest of the time you're with us. 



When you RSVP please let us know what day you are planning on arriving and when you think you'll be leaving us. If you need transport, we might be able to help. There's loads to do in the area so please stay the whole weekend.


If you are here for our big day you may as well stay longer and see why we chose to live in Monmouthshire! If you have time we'll help you see more it. If you are joining us for our wedding festival and camping weekend then please feel free to stay for the whole bank holiday weekend.



Eat & Drink

Our area boasts excellent pubs and restaurants within 10 miles, including the Michelin-starred Walnut Tree and The Hardwick, the latter run by TV chef, (saturday morning kitchen we think ) Stephen Terry. Our local pub (25-minute walk), The Fox Hunter is in the Waitrose Good Pub Guide.

Between them Abergavenny & Monmouth have all the usual restaurant suspects and both towns have a Waitrose for self-catering. 


From us you can explore lots within a day with the impressive backdrop of Brecon Beacons National Park, Hay-on-Wye (best book shops!), Llanthony Priory, Tintern Abbey, Dan-yr-Ogof Caves and the National Trust Clytha Estate. The World Heritage Site at Blaenavon is a few miles away, Crickhowell town is worth a wander around, Raglan Castle is about 6 miles away, and the Roman ruins at Caerleon are well worth the 10-mile trip. lists all the local activities in its Monmouthshire & Wales sections.