On the last stretch of England before Wales, Herefordshire rests modestly on the border, quietly bustling with epic hikes, long stretches of water sport filled waterway, Michelin-recognised restaurants and more cycle paths than you can shake a spoke at. Glamping in Herefordshire has days out for everyone, and a range of spaces that defy belief. From cabins set into woodland, and on private lakes, treehouses disguised as berries, yurts detailed with Moroccan chic, to bothies with French panache – in spotting distance of wild boar and deer. Whatever your reason for staying, you’ll have some trouble leaving.
In an increasingly online world, it’s very easy to see far-flung destinations as more exotic, unusual and exciting then the UK, when our very own isles sport some of the most fantastical places you could imagine. Don’t stare at the world through a hermetically sealed hotel room, go out and feel the wild for yourself. Eat chargrilled vegetables next to a roaring fire, run your fingers through crystal waters thundering from a waterfall, go wild, in wild spaces.
Follow along with us as we take on Herefordshire, going in spiral from Hereford to Ross-on-Wye, to Bromyard, to Leominster to Hay-on-Wye. You could take these places on in any order, but this imagines you starting in the ‘capital’ of Herefordshire first.
Discover our unique and quirky places to stay in Herefordshire, plus our tips on all the best things to do during your glamping nature break.
Despite its popularity, and its well-known attractions, it still manages to have its hidden corners and secret spots, so without further ado, here’s our favourites.
From local Welsh cuisine to European and Korean fare, explore the best foodie experiences Herefordshire has to offer.
Who we are Hold on, what do you know about Herefordshire? We’re a small, independent, employee-owned company, with a focus on sustainability. But even better, we’ve been doing this for 12 years. Take a look around. We’re pretty much the original glamping company. We’ve been inspecting everything from yurts, to treehouses, to bothies for over a decade. Whilst we were there, we found some days out you’d love. Don’t just take our word for it. Go have a look.
Why book a glamping break in Herefordshire? Glamping in Herefordshire is a truly unique experience. Edging onto two AONBs that straddle the border between England and Wales, Herefordshire gives access to the Shropshire Hills, the Brecon Beacons and the vast stretch of wild that knits together the two countries. With 198 named mountains, and animals beyond belief sighted – from wild boar to otters. Whether you’re looking for a busy stay, or just to kick back and go glamping with a hot tub, you’ll find something for you.
Glamping in Herefordshire with us Nowadays, there’s plenty of companies to choose to go glamping with, so how do you pick? Let’s face it. When you started your search, you knew what you were looking for. It wasn’t some run of the mill place you couldn’t differentiate from any other. We inspect every single space in our collection, so we only provide places the owner has put their whole heart and soul into – so you can pick between truly special experiences.
Is Herefordshire worth visiting? You better believe it. Midpoint of a vast expanse of wild, Herefordshire has endless distilleries, castles, estates and gardens, hikes across primordial terrain, and historic towns and villages peppered everywhere in between. Whether you’re looking to see flora and fauna beyond belief, or tire out the kids or your dog on a wilderness trail, there’s plenty to see and do. Glamping in Herefordshire just keeps getting better, so pick a unique space from our curated collection, and go wild!
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.