Retreat to this serene haven for a trip to remember with fishing and canoeing on site and a woodland of chestnut and rowan trees all around. It’s an enchanting holiday let that allows guests to relax and get back to nature.
Pack your bags and escape for a glamping getaway in a secluded forest. Surrounded by nature and towering trees, you are not far (less than a mile) from the vibrant, literary town of Hay-on-Wye with its eateries, bookshops and quaint streets. Spend your days exploring before snuggling up by the wood burner-effect electric fire and unwinding with your four-legged friends.
Step up and into this brilliant glamping pod with its geometric structure and windows which flood the home with natural light. The open-plan living space has floor-to-ceiling sliding doors so you can curl up on the comfortable sofa and watch the wildlife go by as you heat the room by lighting the wood burner fire. With everything you need to rustle up a meal, including a whistling kettle for cups of tea, cook up a feast in the galley-style kitchen before plating up at the table or stepping outside to dine alfresco. For a proper sundowner feast, fire up the BBQ and sizzle up a storm. Furnished with plush beanbags and treated to large windows, the two bedrooms are relaxing rooms in which to refresh, revive and rejuvenate before tomorrow’s adventures. Freshen up in the shower room before heading outside and spending time in the great outdoors.
Close to many well-trodden trails and mountain bike tracks, explore on foot or take to two wheels to explore your surroundings. Follow the Wye Valley Walk or the Offa’s Dyke Path or simply wander the streets of Hay-on-Wye and browse the abundance of renowned bookshops. A 6-mile trip will take you to Hay Bluff, a hill on the northern tip of the Black Mountains where panoramic views await. Settle down on the shingle beach at The Warren which is perfect for a picnic, or hire a canoe in Hay-on-Wye and paddle 5.5 miles to the village of Glasbury.