Lake camping in Wye River

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12 top lakeside campsites in Wye River

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Radcot Leisure on Thames

46 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · Oxfordshire, South East England
A Thames’ island campsite in the Oxfordshire countryside – with a lovely pub just over the bridge
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Torrent Walk Campsite and Bunkhouse

28 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Dolgellau, Gwynedd, North Wales
Campfires, mountain views and ample grassy space in the heart of Snowdonia National Park
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£26
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Stargazer Glamping

3 units · Glamping3 acres · Ross On Wye, England
Luxury bell-tent glamping for couples and families in the serene Wye Valley.
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£250
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Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe

11 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Warwickshire, England
Think Countryfile meets Time Team. Camping in six-acres of unspoiled Cotswold countryside, built in the grounds of a Norman castle.
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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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Cae Du Caravan & Camping Park

34 units · Motorhomes, Tents30 acres · Wales
Our friendly site is perfectly positioned to enjoy the highlights of the stunning Snowdonia National Park. Set on the banks of the River Glaslyn, Cae Du is the perfect beauty spot to relax and unwind whilst also being an adventurer's paradise. The local area is shrouded in Welsh history and folklore including the mythical legends, Gelert the Hound, and the two dragons of Dinas Emrys. It is less than a mile walk along the River Glaslyn to the picturesque stone-built village of Beddgelert with a choice of pubs, cafes, and craft shops. Within walking distance to the award-winning family attraction, Sygun Copper Mines, as well as the enchanting water of Llyn Dinas. Cae Du is a walker's paradise with glorious and abundant trails both from the site itself and just a short drive away. With an abundance of nearby activities, view our what to do page for more information about the local area and hiking to be enjoyed whilst at Cae Du. After a full day of adventure, set up camp with a well-deserved BBQ followed by a fire to roast your marshmallows.
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Eden's Nook

5 units · Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Welshpool, Wales
The most welcoming camping park in the heart of the Welsh Countryside. Forest View is situated 9 miles from the Town of Llanfyllin and 3 miles from Lake Vyrnwy. We are nestled next to the Dyfnant Forest and offer superb views and access to the Welsh countryside Eden's Kitchen Serves Breakfast 8am to 11am
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Llwyngwair Manor Holiday Park

9 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Riverside camping and bell tents at this well-run spot that's ideally located for exploring Pembrokeshire.
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Camping at Brandiers Farm

2 units · Glamping30 acres · Wiltshire, South West England
Bucolic rural glamping in a beautiful natural beauty spot on the borders of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.
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Purple Badger Camping&Fishing Lakes

12 units · Glamping, Tents5 acres · Beeby, England
Glamping and campfire-friendly camping by a pair of fishing lakes in the Leicestershire countryside
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Oakwood Marina

26 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · Cheshire, North West England
Canal-side camping with campfires, set in 30 acres of countryside and with an on-site tea rooms
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Secret garden & spring-fed swim

2 units · Glamping25 acres · Shepton Mallet, England
Unique & enchanting a lush walled garden on the edge of a quiet village provides the perfect place to relax & recharge. Unwind in a wood-fired hot tub or around the fire in the spacious & comfortable yurt. Cook up a feast in the well-equipped outdoor kitchen. Explore the adjoining historic land; meadows, waterfalls & swimming ponds. Book the off-grid spa with horse-box sauna & Swedish hot-tub. Take a dip or paddle-board & enjoy spotting deer. Enjoy great food at the local pub just a short walk away Then explore Somerset. Enjoy staying in a beautiful organic 21 ft yurt nestled in a magical walled garden exclusively for your use. Your stay includes: A beautiful garden with pizza oven, bbq, hand-made swing, reclining chairs, fire pit A wood- fired ‘dip-tank hot-tub for two (or 2 adults and a child) A fully equipped outdoor kitchen A further indoor kitchenette with fridge-freezer, toaster & oven A monsoon shower & 2 flushing toilets A further garden room with double-bed and electricity A 21 ft Yurt with king-sized bed, sofa, dining table, vinyl collection with turntable & blu-tooth. A wood-burning fire with a complementary basket of logs Quality linen, towels, and toiletries, Eye-masks & dressing gowns Sleeping arrangements are flexible for four people as there is an extra double bedroom in the garden room on the terrace or extra beds can be put in the yurt. The walled garden sits away from but has access to The Brew Somerset with 25 acres of private land. The Brew Somerset is a glamping and retreat site arranged around the spring-fed ponds. These ponds once served the Oakhill Brewery. Stout was first brewed in the village of Oakhill in 1767, using water which comes down from the Mendip Hills. In the 18th century Oakhill Stout was thought to have ‘magical‘ healing properties. Now you can take a dip in these waters. The beady-eyed can spot kingfisher, heron, buzzard, kite, cormorant & much more in the way of wildlife. Walled garden guests have access to this larger site in the afternoons, between 1pm and 5pm. The retreat site is not suitable for young children. Coming soon: Don't miss the uniqueness of the pop-up off-grid spa with horse-trailer sauna, wood-fired hot tub and treatment tent. Enjoy a sauna or hot-tub whilst watching deer browse.....seriously! Booking essential. All of this is just a leisurely stroll away from an excellent pub. Relax, unwind, enjoy - a breathing space.
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Lake camping 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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