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Cwtch Cabins & Camping
Cwtch Cabins & Camping, Much Marcle, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 2NN
07981 191961

    Cwtch Cabins & Camping


    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 which opened 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 a leg stretch walk (about a mile). The village of Much Marcle itself hosts a list of events each year before you even have to travel more than a mile!

    Nestling, equidistant between Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye and Newent you have your pick of fantastic historic market towns (with their Market Houses) and the most amazing independent shops. Very slightly further away you have Hereford (another fantastic Market town), Gloucester and Worcester with their collections of cathedrals, museums and shopping.

    The Wye Valley and surrounding areas are renowned for their outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and canoeing surrounded by the most fabulous countryside. Definitely the place to be…

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