Restored vehicles to feature in new glamping experience in Monmouthshire

By Julie McNicholls Vale   |   Deputy news editor   |
Thursday 20th August 2020 11:51 am
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Plans to restore vehicles including an American school bus for a “unique” glamping experience in Monmouthshire have been approved by the county council.

The glamping accommodation will be at New House Farm in Llangwm, located between Chepstow and Usk.

It will be made up of three individual sites, which will consist of an American school bus, a horse box conversion and a showman’s wagon. They will all be converted into “secluded, intimate and unique” accommodation.

Each site will benefit from private toilets, although there will also be access to an existing wooden compost toilet and shower.

The existing access to the farm includes an area for car parking.

Llangwm Community Council objected to the application because of access concerns, lack of information on drainage and the colour of the school bus being too bright.

However, the council received one letter of support relating to the application.

The letter says: “The site is very well kept, almost hidden vehicles providing an idyllic setting for potential users.

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