Farm yurts in Wye River

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Woodland Tipi & Yurt Holidays

11 units · Glamping17 acres · Herefordshire, West Midlands
Luxury yurt and tipi camping in a magical woodland setting
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Twitey's Camping & Glamping meadows

49 units · Glamping, Tents14 acres · Wellesbourne, England
A family-friendly site with secluded, individual pitches hidden among the long grass and campfires permitted
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Goytree Glamping and Treehouses

4 units · Glamping18 acres · Walterstone, England
Enchanting places to stay on an organic farm in Herefordshire
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Redwood Valley - Cabins & Yurts

3 units · Glamping25 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
A family-run, eco-friendly glamping site set in 25 acres of woodland on the beautiful Welsh borders
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Gurt Yurts

3 units · Glamping, Tents4 acres · Churchill, England
Off the beaten track on top of the Mendips in an area of outstanding natural beauty. A mixture of four acres of wild woodland, orchard and field set on a hillside. Our Yurt is set up in the trees giving you peaceful seclusion and a clear view across the sea to Wales and the mountains of the Brecon Beacons. A huge range of activities are possible or you can lie in the hammock with a good book. We have very friendly dogs and rescue chickens who may come and visit. Wild deer wander past in the early morning mist and the odd buzzard picks an argument with a bunch of crows but nothing much else should disturb you. We moved here after an 18 month search 8 years ago. It was close to everything we wanted and we've spent some time getting a bit closer.
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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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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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Willey Lane Yurts

5 units · Glamping92 acres · England
Willey Lane Farm is a post medieval farmstead situated in a secluded location in the hills of north Herefordshire between the village of Lingen and the Welsh border town of Presteigne, the former County town of Radnorshire, in the Welsh Marches. The farm is predominately permanent pasture (usually grazed by sheep) with a significant area of ancient semi-natural woodland, a small area of lavender and a quiet seasonal micro campsite (2 pitches only in a 1.4 acre orchard) with superb views to the east. Willey Lane Yurts now has two 16ft diameter yurts, Violet and Lavender, each of which has a private bathroom and a private washing up room. Each yurt is equipped with a king sized bed with side lights, two chests of drawers, a two ring gas hob with saucepans and a frying pan, a food storage cupboard, a clothes rack, a table and benches and a wood burning stove. Violet has, in addition, two mattresses suitable for children. All bedding and towels are included in the price. Outside there is a dining table and chairs, sun loungers and a firepit. There is easy access to Ludlow (medieval market town), Hay-on-Wye (the town of books), Leominster (medieval town) , The Black & White Village Trail (old oak timber framed houses), Elan Valley Dams (Birmingham's water supply), Offa’s Dyke Centre (in Kington, a medieval market town), Spaceguard Centre (a working observatory monitoring near earth objects), Wapley Hill Fort (an iron age hill fort), etc.
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Treflach Farm

8 units · Glamping, Tents100 acres · Oswestry, Shropshire, West Midlands
Bell tents and a yurt on a regenerative farm in Shropshire
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Tipsy Tree Glamping

4 units · Glamping45 acres · Cheshire, North West England
Quirky eco-friendly glamping ideal for a rural road-trip
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Kite Hill Yurts

2 units · Glamping12 acres · Near Erwood, Wales
A yurt glamping site run by genuine yurt glamping experts on the edge of Builth Wells in Wales near the River Wye
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Ffynnonwen

8 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Llandysul, Wales
Ffynnonwen is the perfect spot to reconnect with nature and nourish your soul. We're a quiet site with dark skies and campfires, so you can relax in peace and tranquillity whilst watching the butterflies or stargazing at night. We're a tiny camping and glamping site with just 5 camping pitches, a traditional Mongolian Yurt and 2 bell tents. Our pitches are all surrounded by flowering grasses and wild flowers and each have their own sunken fire pit. You can explore the winding paths where you might happen upon a hammock for an afternoon snooze or even some fairies (if you tiptoe!)... We have compost toilets, a shower with unlimited hot water and a shared fridge and freezer. The camping area is car free after set up. We're just a 10 minute drive from the beautiful Ceredigion beaches and some great walks along the Wales Coastal path. We can't wait to share our little corner of Wales with you!
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Farm yurts in Wye River guide

Overview

Flowing down from the Welsh mountains and winding along the border of England and Wales, the Wye River is the centrepiece of the Wye Valley AONB. Hike between ancient woodlands and rugged gorges along the Wye Valley Walk, stop for lunch at riverside pubs, and pitch your tent at waterfront camping grounds. Getting on the water is a must, so perhaps admire the views on a boat cruise and hop off to explore historical sites such as Tintern Abbey or Goodrich castle. Water sports, including stand-up paddleboarding, are also popular, or you could paddle between riverside villages in a canoe or kayak.

When to go

May through September is the most popular time for hiking, boat cruises, and water sports along the Wye River, but outdoor activities are possible year-round with the right gear. For the most impressive views, come in spring when colourful wildflowers bloom along the riverbanks or in fall when the forests cast off their autumn leaves. The biennial Wye Valley River Festival (May) brings a series of free events to towns throughout the Wye Valley.

Know before you go

  • The Wye River runs for about 250 kilometres, from Plynlimon in Wales to the Severn estuary. The main towns along the Wye include Chepstow, Monmouth, and Ross-on-Wye—hikes and boat cruises set out from all three.
  • Towns along the Wye Valley have various options for camping and restaurants. For camping gear or to stock up on supplies, Chepstow and Monmouth have the most choice. 
  • Most campsites require advance booking, and many ask for the full payment in advance. Be sure to check opening dates, as many close in the winter months.

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