Tucked away on edge of Hay-on-Wye, yet only a 5 minute walk to the town centre with all its pubs, restaurants, cafes, take-aways, shops, venues and other attractions that this unique Welsh Marches town has to offer.
Hay-on-Wye declared itself an independent kingdom in 1977 and is world renown as the second-hand book capital of the world. Hay-on-Wye is also know for the annual Hay Festival of Literature and the HowTheLightGetsIn philosophy and music festival, both held in May. The town is ideally situated for visiting the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Welsh Marches. Hay Castle is currently undergoing extensive renovation and will reopen in 2020 as an arts and education visitor centre.
Dark Orchard is a level, well sheltered site with 5 grass pitches spread over a 2½ acre site, with plenty of space for awnings and pup tents etc. The site is bordered on one side by the Dulas Brook and divided by the Nantyglasdwr stream. Access to local footpath network direct from the site, including Wye Valley Walk and Offa’s Dyke Path. 2 mile circular river-side walk from the site, all dog and wheelchair friendly. Co-op Supermarket 5 minute walk from site.
For enquiries for Hay Festival 2020 please call or email
Please Note: We have no EHU, WC or Showers
A non-refundable deposit of 50%, or 1 nights full fee, whichever is the greatest, is required to secure your booking
Standard pitch fee of £10 per night for either a Motorhome, or a Caravan and one Car, with awning. Additional cars by arrangement.
All pitches are on grass, we do not have fixed pitch sites, self select your pitch area upon arrival.
Special arrangements apply for Hay Festival – Thursday May 21st to Sunday May 31st 2020, please enquire.
Advanced booking is advised at all times, but especially for peak periods. Please check availability above and reserve your pitch.
Please provide your CAMC membership number with booking.
Not suitable for extra long caravans (over 12m combined length) or large (American Style) – RV’s or Motorhomes.
Dark Orchard CL Site
PLEASE DO NOT enter Nantyglasdwr Lane from the B4348, Hardwicke Road with Caravans or Motorhomes, it is narrow and with tight turns. Please only enter Nantyglasdwr Lane from the B4350, Newport Street.
After turning into Nantyglasdwr Lane from the the B4350, Newport Street, turn right at Dulas Terrace and drive along the back of the terrace, the field gate entrance to Dark Orchard is at the end of the terrace straight in front of you.