Field Camping Pitch

UK Wales Mid Wales Powys Hay-on-Wye Racquety Farm

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
We have around 60 undesignated tent camping pitches in the orchard and on the field facing the charming town of Hay-on-Wye, a 5-10 minute stroll away. The Wye Valley Walk runs through Racquety Farm and the Offas Dyke trail is adjacent.

The Owner Says

The price of a camping pitch at Racquety Farm includes:

  • Hot showers
  • Simple kitchen/washing up facilities
  • Braziers for open fires and cooking
  • Firewood for sale
  • Compost loos
  • Electric point for charging phones
  • Wifi
  • We also offer Bushcraft courses (at an additional coast) in partnership with 'Want to Canoe' and 'Axe and Paddle'
  • We can accommodate School, Duke of Edinburgh's Award groups or other large camping parties by arrangement.

Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee

Book with complete confidence at Racquety Farm with the Cool Places Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:

  • A low deposit of 20% to secure your booking
  • Balance due 10 days before your holiday
  • Complete flexibility to move bookings for up to 18 months in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
  • Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
  • This guarantee supersedes any other policies

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About Racquety Farm

Suitable For

Tents, glampers small campervans, dogs (on a lead) – yes. Motorhomes and caravans – no. Large groups by prior arrangement. During the Hay Festival Season (24 May-3 June 2018) dogs are not allowed onsite.


Directly adjacent to the campsite there is Aubrey's canoe hire company (01497 820604) – you can slip straight out onto the water and paddle into town or further afield. They can pick you up again further downstream or start in Glasbury-on-Wye for a longer spell on the water. Sailing (01874 658596) is also available at nearby Llangorse Lake and there's horse riding in Bryngwyn (01497 851669), while heading out on foot along Offa's Dyke Path or The Wye Valley Walk is also hugely popular. For most, however, it's the 5–10-minute walk to Hay town centre that's the real attraction. Aside from the collection of good pubs and restaurants, the place is awash with quirky, independent shops. It is particularly renowned for its antique and vintage shops and book shops.

Food & Drink

A breakfast bar onsite is available on busy weekends and for whole group bookings (contact the site to discuss). Local produce is available from the Hayfield Community Garden during summer months or in Hay Town at the Deli and Greengrocer (01497 820708). There's also an excellent local butchers (01497 820636). Racquety Farm has raspberries for sale (end of June–September) with a 'pick-your-own' that is particular popular with families. Homemade apple juice is also for sale while stocks last!

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Racquety Farm is located at Racquety Farm, Wyecliff, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5RS

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Getting There

From the East: Use the M4 to Newport then take A4042 to Abergavenny then A40 to Crickhowell. Approximately 2 miles outside Crockhowell take right turn to Talgarth using A479 (over the mountain). From Talgarth take A4078 towards Hay-on-Wye. Take A438 (signed Hereford) through Glasbury and Llowes and when you hit Clyro Village look for right hand turn to Hay-on-Wye. Follow road for approx 3/4 mile and take right turn into either campsite 1 or 2 at Racquety Farm (depending upon your booking arrangements).

From Cardiff or the West use A470 or A40 to Brecon and then take the road towards Hereford following A438 (signed Hereford) through Glasbury and Llowes, following the same directions as above.

The closest train station, approaching from England is in the city of Hereford (0845 748 4950), approximately 22 miles east of Hay-on-Wye. Stagecoach buses then run from Hereford to Brecon (via Hay-on-Wye).