Radnors End

UK Wales Mid Wales

A small campsite near the town of Hay with a lovely view over the border between England and Wales

A small campsite near the town of Hay with a lovely view over the border between England and Wales, from the site you can see the counties of Herefordshire and Powys. An ideal base for walkers and those who like outdoor activities.



Loos: 1 Men’s 2 Women’s. Showers: 1 Men’s 1 Women’s (20p for ‘5 mins’). Other facilities: 2 washing-up areas, hot and cold drinks machines, fridge/freezer, 2 seating areas, tumble-dryer (10p for 15 mins), CDP. Stuff for children: Small adventure playground. Recycling: Everything. Dogs: If well behaved & on leads. Fires: No open fires; BBQs off ground (there are some square stones set in the grass). Other: No.


Hay-on-Wye (½ mile) – the town famously boasts more than 30 bookshops, the vast majority of them selling second hand or antiquarian tomes, with over a million books between them. There’s a helpful ‘bookshop map’ available at the campsite. Paddles and Pedals, Hay (½ mile) – hire a kayak or Canadian canoe and head off down the River Wye; 01497 820604.

Food & Drink

The Old Black Lion (free house), Hay-on- Wye (¼ mile and a bit tucked away; ask directions when in town) – a 17th century hotel and posh pub (booking essential); 01497 820841. The Blue Boar (free house), Hay-on-Wye (¼ mile) – more of a pubby pub, is also recommended; 01497 820884.

Opening Times

Mar–end Oct.


Contact Radnors End, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford HR3 5RS

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Getting There

Train station: Hereford (21 miles) – Shrewsbury to Newport line. Buses travel between Hereford, Hay and Brecon regularly.


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