Rockfield Glamping


This peaceful glamping site is the perfect choice for anyone looking to relax in the Welsh countryside.

There are four cosy glamping bell tents, sleeping up to four people on a double bed and two single beds. Inside you'll also find a log burning stove and tea and coffee making facilities. All bedding and linen is provided but please bring your own towels.

Each bell tent has a converted trailer ensuite, beautifully done with a flushing toilet, shower, bath and sink. The side of the trailer where the bath is folds down and you can enjoy the incredible countryside views right from the tub, whilst still having plenty of privacy.

Outside each bell tent is a picnic bench area as well as a BBQ with log seating, perfect for al fresco dining.

Push the kids on the site's tree swing and reconnect with loved ones, this rural retreat is a lovely spot for families or couples.

Whether you are sipping bubbles or sinking into them as you enjoy the view, you’re likely to feel pretty chuffed. The campsite is in a five-acre wildflower meadow and rolling Welsh countryside falls away in front of you from this hillside location, a few miles outside of Monmouth. That’s the closest town and a very pleasant place to visit where independent shops and eateries cluster the high street and the River Monnow meets the meandering Wye.

Map & Directions

Rockfield Glamping

Associate AA Stars Glamping
Pendragon, Rockfield, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25 5QE

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)


  • Associate AA Stars Glamping

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