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Three Castle Caravan Park in Monmouthshire

Small, modern, adults only country caravan park, edged by a stream for extra tranquility. Ideal for relaxing, exploring in beautiful countryside. Solar heated water and recycling facilities. Easy access. Suitable for disabled. Twelve spacious pitches with electric hook up, six being fully serviced. The amenities block is centrally located providing convenient access for every pitch and incorporates three shower rooms, laundry facilities, tourist information and enclosed dish-washing area.


Inside we have three bespoke wet rooms providing you with a shower, wash-hand basin and toilet. They are all equipped with hand-dryers and hanging space for your towels and clothes. A hair dryer if also available for your use. One of the shower rooms is suitable for disabled visitors. The amenities block also has a reading/quiet room for your use as well as a laundry room with coin operated washing machine and tumble dryer. We are also in the process of installing a boot and coat drying room for your convenience in the advent of damp weather conditions!

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Greeted by an unhappy owner as our car had got stuck on his very wet & muddy pitch had to be pushed off by other campers! The pitches are all based around the shower block so that's the view you have and it's very close not very relaxing. The showers are clean and hot. No views of the beautiful area and you can hear road noise during the day also the pitches are to close together...we won't be returning.
Sally & howard (11th Sep 2017)
What a lovely site, there are 12 pitches set around the washroom chalet. It is not actually a toilet block in the normal sense, but 3 self contained bathrooms including one that is set up for disabled persons. There is then a separate toilet and there is also a warm rest room with a TV for those who are unlucky enough to be camping in a tent in bad weather! We have stayed here 3 times now and I have never seen any of the bathrooms or the toilet in a dirty condition. There are air fresheners in each bathroom and the toilet, hand lotions etc, all in all very well provided at no extra cost. There is a fridge and freezer in this 'chalet' as well as a washing machine and a microwave and a room for drying your boots, they really have thought it out well. You used to get escorted to your pitch by Max, who was always willing to dispose of those little bits of sausage and bacon that nobody really wanted, but unfortunately Max is now too old to allow out and he is now confined to the farm buildings. The are is very picturesque and peaceful apart from farm traffic passing during the daytime. Dog walking in the next field and there are some lovely walks in the area and nice sights. We will certainly be going back there again, well recommended.
Peter & Betty (19th Jul 2012)


Absolutely beautiful area of the UK to visit in stunning rural location. Lots of local places to visit, we ventured a bit further too into Cardiff and Hereford. Campsite not recommended for those people who don't have or want a dog sat with them constantly. My husband, who really doesn't like dogs was put off by having Max sat licking his bits while we were trying to cook and although Little Max the 15 year old terrier was a pleasant and friendly dog we weren't impressed that we found two pieces of dog poo on our pitch on arrival and various others on the field during our stay. Because of this alone we won't return to this site. Shower block new and the concept was a great idea, but it was filthy. My husband emptied the mop bucket to find a thick layer of sludge in the bottom. The bucket had obviously not been cleaned in months. We both spent a good half hour cleaning one of the shower rooms and only used that one for the duration of our stay. Having said this we didn't let it bother us and were pleased that there was always plenty of hot water, There were lots of cobwebs, especially above the area where the hair dryer was, and the window in the washing area was filthy. The laundry and washing up facilities were nice and we never had to queue to use any facilities. We did not meet any of the owners, only a couple who were staying in a caravan and helping out on the campsite. All in all, we loved our holiday BUT the following things spoilt what could be an idyllic place to stay: • Dogs were allowed to roam free (including the owner's dogs) with the inevitable results of dog poo on the camping field. • Facilities Dirty • Although plenty of information leaflets on tourist attractions, no info on where the local shop/pub/petrol station was. • Our pitch had an apple tree on, looked lovely but meant the tent was full of wasps, this improved when we picked up rotten apples off the floor (this should have been done before we arrived) The Positives where: • Lovely Rural Location • Reasonable Sized Pitches • Large bathroom style shower rooms • TV Room with book exchange • Nice local pubs (drive though, the roads are too dangerous to walk along) In all the site wasn't bad but I don't think it's for us so won't be visiting again, Just wish the facilities had been cleaner and the owner cleaned up after their dog.

50% REFUND OFFERED BUT DESPITE SEVERAL REMINDERS WAS NEVER RECIEVED!
Emma (19th Jan 2012)
What a great little Site - just 12 pitches which suits us fine - wonderful facilities that have been really thought through. TV points at each pitch. Dog walk in field adjacent. Its really very difficult to think of any minus point. Lovely walk on back lane to Skenfrith Castle and River Monnow. We will visit again without doubt.
Peter & Margaret Drayton (14th Jul 2010)