Cabins are for people who like their holidays with a side order of adventure and a sprinkling of luxury. They come in all shapes and sizes, from simple and rustic to spacious and sleek but what they all have in common is a deep connection to nature. A cabin is somewhere to get away from it all and Herefordshire is the perfect location to do just that, with its lush river valley, rugged hills and famous festivals. Head off the beaten track and try a glamping getaway that you’ll never forget.
Cabins are cosy in the autumn, idyllic in the summer and romantic all year round. We don’t do cookie-cutter designs, so each one of our Herefordshire cabins is unique, boasting creative features like a huge A-frame roof, a bathroom sink made out of a bicycle and an outdoor cinema. We inspect each one to make sure your experience will be magical and we’re delighted to report that there are now more cabins with hot tubs than without in Herefordshire.
After a memorable day of new experiences, head back to one of our suitably unique glamping places for a cool drink, a BBQ on the deck and a comfy bed.
Who we are
Canopy & Stars are a small, friendly travel company on a mission to make nature accessible to as many people as possible. Our owners share our values of sustainable, responsible travel, as well as a healthy respect for the weird, the wild and the wonderful when it comes to design. If you want to find out more about our goals and ambitions, take a look at our latest impact report.
Why are cabins so special?
You can go somewhere and peek through a hotel window at your surroundings, or you can hunker down in a remote cabin and experience a powerful connection to the landscape. The UK is awash with raw natural beauty from Cornish beaches and Scottish Highlands to quaint Welsh villages and vast northern moors. Staying in a cabin, you’re immersed in the majestic scenery while enjoying the quiet luxury of long soaks under the stars and cosy evenings in front of the wood burner.
Cabin holidays with Canopy & Stars
We’ve been hiking the roads – and muddy trails – less travelled since 2010 to bring you unique places to stay in the great outdoors. We inspect every cabin, treehouse, shepherds hut, yurt and bothy to ensure they meet our high standards for comfort and adventure. If you’re struggling to decide where to stay, our world-class guest experience team is on hand to provide all the advice you need.
Is Herefordshire worth visiting?
If you like festivals, kayaking, hiking and more independent bookshops than you can shake a well-thumbed paperback at, you’ve come to the right place. The Black Mountains rise up on one side of Herefordshire and the Malvern Hills undulate on the other with the breathtaking Wye valley snaking its way through the middle. Throw in a few Norman castle ruins, Tudor manors, art galleries and antiques emporia and you’ve got all the ingredients for the perfect action-packed getaway.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.