Stunning scenery with history around every corner
Three Castles is a small, 12 pitch adult only caravan and camping site. The site is nestled within stunning countryside between Abergavenny and Monmouth in South Wales. Surrounded by trees and greenery and all the very best that Wales beautiful countryside has to offer, this is a ‘must visit park’.
Driving through Monmouthshire you will be dazzled by the beauty and tranquility with its picturesque villages and the breath taking views, some of which you can sample whilst you visit the Three Castles.
You will see many building’s dating back hundreds of years that are really worth a stop and a gaze!
Three Castles is a lovely area that will give you the chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and somewhere where you can really forget all your every day chores!
The site is as relaxing and tranquil as the countryside around it, the immaculate grounds contain a communal area which houses all your washing, relaxation and other domestic needs.
The campsite gets great guest reviews for its high-grade facilities which were recently awarded 4 Stars by Visit Wales.
Three Castles offers grass camping pitches, touring pitches and full-service pitches, all with electric and TV hook-up.
The heated facilities building (pictured below), house three spacious wet rooms each fitted with shower.
There is a well equipped washing-up room which includes a freezer for guests use and the laundry room provides you with all the washing, tumble drying and ironing facilities you need.
The three Shower rooms are named after the three local castles; White Castle, Grosmont and Skenfrith, that are immaculately laid out, combined with a room for reading and planning out your walking routes together with a small library, you literally have everything you need.
There’s even your own private dog exercise field next door!
Nothing is too much trouble for the owners.
Lately Lorraine and Tony have been receiving many customer requests which they are only to happy to consider. Recently they had a customer asking to bring their pets, as pet sitter’s were non existent! So Three Castles played host to a menagerie of lovely guinea pig’s and rabbits, with other pets I am sure!
If walking isn’t your thing then there are plenty of small villages to visit, and (these) often will have a great pub to relax at!
This is a truly wonderful part of Wales for walking and cycling as well as a base for touring The Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons.