Bridge Caravan Park and Camping Site is a beautiful countryside holiday park close to the centre of the small village of Dingestow in Monmouthshire, South Wales. The park has pitches for 40 touring caravans and up to 20 tents, as well as holiday caravans for hire. It is a popular park owing to the quiet surroundings, allied to the wide range of activities that you can enjoy close to the park site and further afield.
You can buy Calor gas and Camping Gaz refills on-site, along with a wider range of camping essentials. For food supplies, it’s only a short 100-yard stroll to the village shop and Post Office. The local pub has a play area for children and serves great food, along with local ales. Alternatively you can find plenty of other restaurants, pubs and shops in the nearest towns of Monmouth (four miles away) and Raglan (three miles away).
Bridge Caravan Park and Camping Site is right next to the River Trothy, so guests can enjoy many relaxing hours fishing on the riverbank, as well as taking riverside walks at their leisure. The park is also surrounded by woodland and there are several walking routes and trails that guests can explore. It’s in the Vale of Usk and the Wye Valley.
Facilities on the campsite are modern and clean. You’ll find a facilities building with clean toilets, washbasins, hot showers, razor points in the men’s toilets and a hair drying area in the ladies’ toilets. There’s a laundry room with a washing machine, tumble dryer and iron. There’s also a dishwashing and vegetable preparation room. There is a chemical toilet disposal points and a waste water disposal point on the site. Water standpipes are also available.
The park is in an ideal location to make it a great base for caravan holidays in South Wales, where you can enjoy a wide array of holiday activities. It’s quick to get to and from the park, because the A40 road is close by.
Go pony trekking in Wales with your family. This popular activity for families is available in numerous locations, including Monmouth, just four miles away on the A40. Play golf on one of the high quality golf courses in Monmouth and in Abergavenny. Or if water sports appeal to you, there are plenty of water based activities on the River Wye and on the Llandegfedd Reservoir.
If you enjoy walking holidays, make sure you go walking in the Wye Valley and along Offa’s Dyke, the long distance path running along the historic border between England and Wales. Visit castles if you enjoy discovering some of the rich history of Wales. This area of South Wales is famous for its stunning castles at Raglan and Chepstow.
Visit some of the local museums and Roman remains to get a great taste of local history and heritage, as well as enjoying the stunning landscapes during your holidays in Wales.
Should it rain during your holiday, don’t dispair. There are leisure centres with swimming pools and public gyms in Monmouth and Abergavenny. If the weather’s fine, make the most of it by spending more time outdoors. Visit the Forest of Dean, or go climbing, walking or visiting tourist caves in the Brecon Beacons National Park and the famous Black Mountains.
If you would like to visit the best Welsh towns and cities during your camping holiday in Monmouthshire, head south into Newport and Cardiff. Cardiff is a wonderful University City, full of great shops, restaurants and tourist attractions for the whole family to enjoy, as well as stunning views of the River Severn, while Newport is fast emerging as a rich cultural outpost in its own right.
Make Bridge Caravan Park and Camping Site your base for exploring the very best of South Wales and enjoy the incredible scenery and attractions you will find all around.
For more things to do and places to visit near Bridge Caravan Park and Camping Site, see Practical Caravan’s Travel Guide to Caravan Holidays in South Wales (http://www.practicalcaravan.com/caravan-travel-guides/29608-south-wales).
Pony Trekking in Monmouth, Trelech, Tinter.n
Fishing On Site and also in Rivers Wye and Usk
Golf in Monmouth, Coleford, Abergavenny
Walking in the Wye Valley, along Offa’s Dyke, The Kymin
Water Sports in Llandegfedd Reservoir, River Wye
Leisure Centres in Monmouth, Abergavenny
See Welsh castles in Raglan, Skenfrith and Chepstow
To see ancient abbeys visit Tintern and Llanthony
For museums visit Monmouth, Usk and Abergavenny
For Roman remains visit Caerleon and Caerwent
plus; Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains
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