Beanhill Farm is located off the A48 between the villages of Alvington, Wollaston and Clanna wood and ponds in an area referred to as South of Severn.
The main farm house, B&B, and campsite overlook the trout lake which is situated at the bottom of a small valley which itself is traversed by a stream.
Beanhill is surrounded to the south by the mighty river Severn famous for its length and the bores that run during certain tides and the limestone plateau that rises from behind the farm to the north, eventually rising to 800 feet. The area as you would expect is covered by woodlands, forests and beautiful countryside.
Expect to see at varying times of the year, carpets of Blue Bells, rolling fields of bright yellow rape seed and thick fragrant forests. Deer and Boar run freely, the smallest of birds like the King fisher, and the biggest of the avian family the Buzzards roam, soaring on the thermals with wingspans of up-to four feet.
To the south west of Beanhill Farm lies the Welsh boarder marked by the river Wye which feed the Severn. As you cross the river Severn Chepstow will mark this boarder. Other towns close by include Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye. Smaller villages include Brockweir, St Briavels and Lydney. Further afield are Bristol, Gloucester and Cardiff. The area steeped in history is also world famous for the Forest of Dean, all manner of activities take place here.