Bed & Breakfast 2 Romantic Yurts Self Catering Sleeps 8/10 Bridge Farmhouse B&B is a 17C English Heritage listed Farmhouse and is only a short walk from the Black Mountains. It is the perfect location to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park, The Golden Valley and Hay-on-Wye, less than a one minute walk to The Bridge Inn Michaelchurch Escely – open and serving food every evening and lunch time except Monday and Tuesday Lunch. Great home cooked breakfast prepared with local ingredients. Available also for Self-catering, character, comfort, space and luxury, sleeps 8/10. There is also two locally handcrafted Romantic Yurts which can be booked as B&B or Self-catering, both have got a fully equipped kitchen, toilets and showers.
By the Wye is a unique treetop glamping retreat, hidden in the woods on the edge of Hay on Wye. 5 tents, 4 sleep 5, 1 sleeps 2 Stays available 3 nights (Fri-Mon) and 4 nights (Mon-Fri) or 7 nights (Mon-Mon or Fri-Fri) Prices from £130 – £295 Facilities include: BBQ/ and firepits Kitchen with gas burner En-suite luxury Wood burner Off road free parking Family Friendly No-Smoking Dog Friendly Easy distance to local pub Local walking areas Linen, towels & toiletries included Tucked away in the heart of Hay on Wye, these safari tents offer you the perfect place to relax and unwind in style perched up above the forest floor. Guests can sit on their private deck as the River Wye runs past, taking in the marvellous views of the Brecon Beacons. The safari tents have been carefully positioned to ensure you are guaranteed plenty of privacy during your stay. Each tent combines the rustic, eco-friendly practicalities of a campsite, with super-comfy, stylish furnishings to guarantee you an enjoyable break. These tents offer friends, couples, and families the chance to enjoy the luxury of a boutique hotel with the comforts of home, all under canvas. Beautiful beds […]
A unique and idyllic glamping experience from May to October – enjoy the authentic yurt, traditional shepherd’s hut & cosy cabin. Off-grid, this is a great way to get back to nature. Perfect for families groups or friends get together. Sleeps up to 8. Enjoy the whole glamping field all to yourselves. The glamping is set in the most peaceful location in a secluded riverside setting. Drift to sleep as the river babbles and wake to the sound of birdsong. You are surrounded by green fields of farmland and views up to The Black Mountains. It boasts incredible sunsets. Gather around the fire-pit with log seating (which you can make a brew or cook from) by the river. There are fun swings by the old oak tree. Opportunity to meet the farm animals, and purchase farm produced apple juice & cider. Enjoy the many amazing walks which are on your doorstep. An eco loo is on the site. A smart shower room & loo, and large kitchen area with oven & electric points is in the barn 100m from the glamping field. ~The authentic yurt (sleeps 2-4), one double bed & two single beds. This is a very large yurt […]
Cwtch Cabins & Camping is a gem of a find, an off-grid, back to nature, traditional family campsite. Very special, quirky little cabins and shepherd hut to stay in or pitch your own tent. New creative site with flowing lines and planting. A warm welcome from hosts Ruth & James and their dogs Chaucer & Luther. 5 Star reviews “Fantastic camp-site. It’s a brand new site in July 2020, with sparkling clean facilities, lovely wild grasses, and veg beds scattered around. It’s off-grid, but there are no compromises re: hot water etc. The use of their fire-pits is a nice touch too. Ruth & James are very keen not to overcrowd the site, which is particularly important at the moment, but will ensure a pleasant experience here long after 2020. Lots of nice local walks, and a short drive from the Malvern Hills.” Cooking on a fire-pit is the order of the day and Ruth has lots of recipes that she is happy to share to get you going if you are lacking inspiration. Very green site with a strong ethos for reduce, re-use and recycle. Lovely, ‘get away from it all’ place with historic house, local cider makers and pubs within […]
Townsend Touring and Camping Park is located in the rolling landscape of North Herefordshire, on the edge of the charming Black and White Village of Pembridge. This outstanding five star graded park is fully serviced with a spacious twelve-acre pitch touring and camping park, luxurious heated facilities block, fishing lake, picnic area, bike track, farm shop, children’s play area, games lounge and Glamping Pods and Custom Built Earth Sheltered Lodges The Earth Sheltered Lodges comprise of Mole Manor (Sleeps 5), Badgers Court and Toad Hall (each sleeping 2 to 9 people). Mole Manor is a compact cosy lodge complete with shower and toilet, triple bunk bed, sofa bed, kitchenette, sheltered porch with BBQ and fire pit. Badgers Court and Toad Hall comprise of fully fitted kitchen with cooker, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, dining room, bar, lounge, double bedroom, bunk bed (with 9-foot top bunk), twin bedroom and two wet rooms. Outside is a sheltered patio area with BBQ and fire pit.
Orleton Rise Holiday Home Park is a 5 Star Awarded Holiday Park set in 10 acres of beautifully manicured Park land of trees and shrubs, a hidden gem. We offer privacy and tranquility, ideal for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. You can sit back, relax and unwind in a peaceful environment, especially next to our beautiful nature pool. Immediate access to walking, cycling and wild-life watching. Situated between the Medieval town of Ludlow and the Market town of Leominster, Orleton Rise is the perfect base for exploring Herefordshire, Shropshire, The Marches, Black and White village trail and Offa’s Dyke trail and much more with lots to see and do. Season Open 1st March to 31st January Holiday Homes For Sale Brand New & Pre-owned Welcome Touring Caravans & Motorhomes Large level hardstanding pitches Heat toilet / shower / disabled/ laundry facilities Seasonal Touring Caravan Pitches Dog friendly WiFi Room Local village with shop/post office, two charming character Inns Also see Lucksall Caravan & Camping Park
Welcome to the Multi Award winning Lucksall Caravan Park, one of the best 5 Star Rural Holiday Parks in the UK, set in the picturesque Wye Valley. Lucksall Park is boarded by the River Wye on one side and 90+ Acres of Woodland reserve with many walking trails. Lucksall is ideal for those looking for the outdoor experience -walking, fishing, canoeing & wild life watching. Season Open 1st March – 30th November Holiday Homes For Sale Brand New & Pre-owned Welcome Touring Caravans, Motorhomes, Tents etc Large level hardstanding & grass pitches Seasonal Touring Caravan Pitches Glamping Pods for Hire Heated toilet & shower facilities, disabled room. Laundry & washing up areas Motorhome service point WiFi Family friendly Children’s Play area Dog friendly Bus stop at entrance to Hereford On-site shop (fully licensed & well stocked) On-site Riverside Bar & Eatery (Fully licensed with many Local Ciders and Ales can be enjoyed overlooking the River Wye) Launching / landing- direct access to the River Wye Just a short drive to many Wye Valley Walk Easy access to Historic locations; Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford containing the Cathedral and Mappa Mundi and many more. There is so much to see and do. […]
Oaker Wood Glamping Specialises in group Glamping for between 12 and 120 people, including School Residential Trips, Stag and Hen weekends, rugby and other sports tours, and family reunions and parties. There are two entirely separate Glamping Villages and offer all group bookings exclusivity in one of the Villages. Each village has its own facilities, covered dining area, cooking facilities, fire circle and Barbecue Hut. Accommodation is in wooden pods sleeping between 4 and 8. Pods have electric lights and heaters for the colder months. At the heart of each Glamping Village is a covered dining area. Your stay can be on either a catered or self catered basis, with all utensils and cooking equipment provided. Each Glamping Village has a Scandinavian style barbecue hut where groups may enjoy a barbecue whatever the British weather brings us. The seated fire circle, overlooking the sun setting over the Welsh mountains, is where groups congregate at the end of each day. Each village has hot showers and toilets. Peace is of the essence as mobile signal is limited – so you can truly get away from it all. Bookings at the Glamping Villages is for groups only – min 12 people – and […]
If you are looking to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind, Raycombe Farm Glamping is the place for you. Veiled in ancient woodland and surrounded by flower filled meadows, offering incredible views across East Herefordshire you can choose to sleep in the loft of the converted timber barn space or the delightful remote yurt. Both are beautifully furnished with antiques, linen and towels and you will find all the equipment you need whether you want to use the rustic outside kitchen and BBQ by the yurt or the well-equipped shared kitchen in the nearby barn to cook up whatever you fancy and at whatever time you like. Choose alfresco or eat in the spacious dining room to enjoy your food. The dining room doors in the barn open up fully to reveal a large wooden deck, the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink and catch the perfect setting you are surrounded by. After a good night’s sleep, take peaceful and tranquil nature walks or run around playing in the fields in your wellies. The choice is yours and there are no rules or time keeping here! Here you can relax, unwind and feel like kids again.
Trumpet Inn Campsite is perfectly situated for visiting the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Close to popular tourist destinations such as Eastnor Castle, the market towns of Ledbury, Hereford and Ludlow, The Malvern Hills and much more. Able to accommodate Caravans, Motor-homes and Tents. Attached to a 16th century black & white pub. Open daily from 12pm. Food is served weekdays 12-2.30/6pm-9pm, Saturday 12-9pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Onsite facilities include toilet, shower, picnic area and wash-up facilities. The Trumpet inn is family friendly and also welcome dogs. Enjoy your stay at The Trumpet for £13 per without electric or £16 with electric hook up. (Prices are per pitch per night) See also The Trumpet Inn.
If you’re looking for a secluded hideaway nestling in gorgeous north Herefordshire countryside then Green Lane Carriage is just perfect. Surrounded by beautiful orchards and with spectacular views towards the Black Mountains this vintage railway carriage is both quirky and an absolute delight. It may be harking back to bygone times but it is furnished to an exceptionally high standard and includes lots of lovely home comforts and a wonderful wood-burner to take away the chill of an evening. Great for families the carriage sleeps 4, 2 adults and 2 children and is within easy reach of historic Hereford City, the ‘town of books’ Hay on Wye, arty Kington and the Black and White village trail. A great base too for walking or cycling. Enjoy a warm welcome from owners Clare and Steve who also run the Orgasmic Cider Company, producing traditional Herefordshire cider and perry and who are always happy to show you around and organise tastings. This quiet, peaceful country retreat is the ideal place to come and relax and sample life in the slow lane. Book here.
Nestled in the idyllic Herefordshire countryside, Caplor Farm offers all of the benefits of rural living; with beautiful countryside walks on the door step and breathtaking views. The Wye River is a short walk or drive and the nearest shop is 1.5 miles and accessible via countryside walks. All of the amenities of Hereford City and near-by Ross on Wye are also just a short journey away. Providing beautifully isolated self contained glamping pods and wonderfully luxurious lodges, perfect for peaceful breaks to an area of outstanding natural beauty. Fishing, canoeing, horse riding and plenty of other outdoor activities are all around here too, or you could treat yourself to properly easy time with gentle Herefordshire strolls or a look around the north of the county’s black and white house’s; the likes of Eastnor and Goodrich castles within nine miles, or the Hereford Cider Route, picking up samples along the way. Situated on the Wye Valley Walk, our glamping pods; Willow, Honeysuckle & Silver Birch are ideal for a romantic getaway for two, or keen ramblers and anglers. Each pod has it’s own private bathroom with a full size shower and cooking facilities. Windmill View and Long Meadow View feature everything you need for a countryside break away, with […]
Pearl Lake Leisure Park is a 5 Star static caravan park in Herefordshire. Pearl Lake at Shobdon, has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. The 80 acre park has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. On the park is a private fishing lake, exclusive 9 hole golf course, crown bowling green and a restaurant & bar. Camping is also available at Pearl lake with excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the 15 acre lake. Dog wash available WI-FI available Childrens play area and recreation field Part of The Best Parks Group
Escape, Relax, Enjoy at Arrow Bank Holiday Park Arrow Bank Holiday Park is a static caravan holiday home and touring park in Herefordshire. Arrow Bank at Eardisland, is set alongside the River Arrow in a picture postcard black and white village. This 5 star standard holiday park offers a welcoming retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Camping is also available at Arrow Bank with just under 50 pitches and excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the river arrow adjacent to the park. WI-FI available Local pub and tea rooms In the heart of the Black & White trail Dog Friendly Part of The Best Parks Group
The Hereford Camping and Caravanning Club Site is an award-winning, well-maintained touring campsite. Set in 24 acres, with 102 pitches and home to its very own fishing lake, our site is perfect for a truly peaceful camping holiday. Hereford offers the perfect escape in your motorhome, caravan or tent. The rural location is peaceful and idyllic, but there is plenty to explore across the surrounding areas providing adventure and entertainment. Walkers and cyclists will enjoy the Forest of Dean and Black Mountains, where activity options include the Herefordshire Cider Route, a driving or cycling tour of the county’s farms, orchards and pubs, and starts at the Cider Museum in Hereford. History lovers will also enjoy a visit to Hereford Cathedral home of the Mappa Mundi and the 17th Century Chained Library. The market town of Ledbury also offers many attractions including the old black and white Market House on stilts and the Heritage Centre. Nearby Eastnor Castle is surrounded by a deer park, arboretum and lake. With stunning views, wildlife and excellent facilities, you’ll be settled in and enjoying your break before you know it, and there’s no need to travel far to stock up on food and cupboard essentials. […]