Shepherd's huts near Hereford with wifi provided

With three protected tracts of countryside nearby, Hereford offers campers city thrills and bucolic escapes.

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12 top shepherd's huts sites near Hereford with wifi provided

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Graig Wen - Wild Snowdonia Escapes

32 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents45 acres · Gwynedd, North Wales
Succumb to the tranquil hills of Graig Wen. Smart, sustainable and quite simply, lush.
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Hobby Farm

16 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Whitchurch Canonicorum, England
A peaceful, adult-only campsite 10 minutes' from the Jurassic Coast
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Oakhill Ponds, spring-fed swim

6 units · Glamping25 acres · Somerset, South West England
A uniquely peaceful Somerset glamping site set around two ponds in its own beautiful wildlife garden.
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£120
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Naturesbase

14 units · Glamping, Tents8 acres · Lampeter, Ceredigion, Mid Wales
Nature versus nurture? There’s no need to debate it at Naturesbase, a gorgeous natural environment nurtured to perfection by caring hosts
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Glamping West Midlands

4 units · Glamping16 acres · Enville, England
Head here for an authentic glamping getaway in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside
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£120
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Castle Farm Holidays

5 units · Glamping1 acre · Shropshire, West Midlands
Tucked against the Welsh border, these cosy pods are perfectly positioned to explore Shropshire's rolling hills, castles and attractive villages
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£80
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Abberton Shepherds Hut

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Worcestershire, West Midlands
Romantic shepherd's hut glamping on a Worcestershire farm, with stunning views towards the Cotswolds and a storybook setting
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Little Firs

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Seaton, England
A private and spacious handcrafted shepherd's hut on the edge of a woodland near Axminster and Lyme Regis
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£135
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Gollin Farm Shepherds Hut

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Buxton, Derbyshire, East Midlands
Cosy and romantic shepherd's hut glamping in the heart, and at the highest heights, of the Peak District National Park
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£125
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Brynhaul Clover Field Camping and Shepherds Huts

15 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents7 acres · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A rural idyll in the Preseli Hills with shepherd’s huts and spacious camping pitches, each with a private toilet
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Tunnel Glamping

1 unit · Glamping15 acres · Rhondda, Cynon, Taff, South Wales
Blaennantygroes Farm is fifteen acres of peaceful uplands which includes a four acres broadlleaf wood and a field which is part of a large Site of Special Scientific Interest. Our elevated position gives a spectacular view across the valley, and behind is forestry and open countryside leading to the top station of Bike Park Wales. We are 100 metres from the mouth of the closed Merthyr Tunnel, hence we are known locally as 'Tunnel Farm'. The line of the disused track now proves a level walk through woodland which starts at the bottom of our drive and continues past the Rhoswenallt Inn, 1 mile, and on to Llwydcoed, a further 2 miles.
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£70
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The Three Spaniels' Shepherd Hut

1 unit · Glamping26 acres · Ceredigion, Mid Wales
A dog-friendly shepherd’s hut with a hot tub, set on a 26-acre Welsh farm 20 miles from Cardigan Bay
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Shepherd's huts near Hereford with wifi provided guide

Overview

Arranged around a resplendent cathedral and abutting the wending River Wye, Hereford is a handsome, refined and handy small city for launching forays into the fetching surrounding nature. National cycle routes pass through the city, as do long-distance paths like the Wye Valley Way, and kayaking on the River Wye is popular. The northern edge of the Wye Valley AONB is merely a few miles southeast, with many more cycling, walking, kayaking and horse-riding opportunities. Hereford and its surroundings are famed for their cider: don’t miss trying some during your stay at an area campsite.

Where to go

Wye Valley

In the 18th century, the Wye Valley was where modern UK tourism began as people flocked to the picturesque landscapes described in William Gilpin’s Observations on the River Wye. This steep-sided woodsy AONB straddling the England-Wales border begins five miles southeast of Hereford, at Mordiford, then stretches 37 miles south to Chepstow. The region boasts glamping pods, small farm campsites, and motorhome sites, plus some of England’s best kayaking.

Black Mountains

The Black Mountains flank the eastern end of Brecon Beacons National Park, a dark, brooding wedge of hills running from Hay-on-Wye, 20 miles west of Hereford, to Abergavenny. From Hay-on-Wye, the Vale of Ewyas road runs through the heart of the mountains.

Malvern Hills AONB

Travel 20 miles east of Hereford and, just as when you head south or west, you reach another gorgeous protected tract of countryside, the grassy spine of the Malvern Hills, beyond gateway town Ledbury. The range is small in extent (eight miles long) but has excellent hiking, cycling and horse-riding on well-defined trails. The first campsite you hit in the AONB is one of the best, in the landscaped environs of Eastnor Deer Park.

When to go

July and August are popular, warm, sunny months, when you can expect temperatures to be above 20°C. However, delaying your visit to early autumn, when the weather can still be decent, means you can experience apple harvest season: a 50-mile driving and cycling route around the nearby Herefordshire countryside explores the region’s renowned cider-making hotspots. Hereford’s proximity to the Welsh mountains means wet weather is more likely than in Southern and Eastern England.

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