Glamping near Chepstow with wifi provided

At a nexus of major hiking routes, woodsy Chepstow baits campers with forests and riversides.

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98% (137 reviews)

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12 top glamping sites near Chepstow with wifi provided

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Woodside Country Park

75 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents28 acres · Ledbury, Herefordshire, West Midlands
Glamping pods, Scandinavian lodges and first-class camping and caravanning in 25-acre's of Herefordshire countryside, covered by pockets of woodland
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Celtic Woodland Holidays

13 units · Glamping, Tents7 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
An idyllic, wooded, Wye Valley escape, offering glamping pods, a treehouse and traditional woodland camping on levelled pitches
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£25
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Camp Hillcrest

1 unit · Glamping2 acres · Lydney, Gloucestershire, South West England
Camp Hillcrest is a small holding in the Wye Valley with a difference. Stunning views of the Wye Valley, totally rural but with added bonus of fun activities. Indoor skatepark, tree nets and hot tub. Pets welcome. Two friendly dogs on site along with pigs and chickens. Workshops and catering available.
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£100
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Kingsmead Camping

36 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Cullompton, England
A range of pitches, from grassy open spaces to off-grid woodland clearings, topped off by two well-stocked fishing lakes
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£24
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West Usk Lighthouse Lodge

1 unit · Glamping15 acres · Newport, Wales
Stay in a one room lodge with all the facilities, ensuite, kitchenette for a self-catering stay. Please message us to check availability before booking. The lodge overlooks the sea, the Severn, the second largest tidal river in the world. The lodge has an outdoor hot tub and firepit. Long walks around, pubs nearby. Not far from Newport Gwent and Cardiff. Countryside everywhere, in the middle of nowhere. Peaceful and quiet. Just the place to sit and stare, contemplate and retreat from the outside world yet it is within minutes to Asda. Dr Who, episode 5, series 12 My Unique B&B, episode 5, series 2 Hotel Inspector series 4, episode 4 on YouTube
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£195
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Broadway Farm Glamping

4 units · Glamping60 acres · Minsterworth, England
Come and stay on our little bend in the river. Broadway is surrounded on three sides by the magnificent River Severn in west Gloucestershire, a stone’s throw from the Forest of Dean and The Cotswolds. We are a working farm, rearing livestock and growing traditional varieties of fruit and cider apples. The majority of the land is traditional orchard, unchanged for decades so is rich in biodiversity and hosts a variety of species of wildlife. Just a few days here and you’ll feel life slow down as Broadway takes you back to how things were done in the old days.
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£90
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Apple Camping.

14 units · Glamping2 acres · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Yurts and quirks in a Pembrokeshire meadow, where there's a couple of aeroplanes, a UFO and a giant PacMan-themed glamping pod to discover
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£75
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Hedgerow Cottage and Glamping

5 units · Glamping10 acres · Blagdon, England
Hedgerow Cottage is all about escaping the everyday and helping people reconnect with nature. At our beautiful venue in the heart of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty you can stay in our stunning 'Boutique Camping' bell tents located in a cider apple orchard or book a 'nearly wild' camping pitch, with excellent facilities, including optional private hot tubs. Our 10 acres of orchard and meadow includes 500 trees planted a few years ago. Our land is teeming with insects, butterflies and more. We regularly see red kites, buzzards, owls and other wildlife. You can also take part in wild food forays, natural history walks and other activities on site, led by Adrian Boots who took Mary Berry foraging on Countryfile and taught the late, great Terry Wogan about wild food on TV. Our aim is to share our beautiful and idyllic location as well as our passion for the countryside, sustainability, natural history, wild food and cookery with you. Adrian, an ecologist, is passionate about wild food and enjoying the fruits of the ‘quiet hunt’. Rather than just teaching a list of wild foods, he enjoys helping people understand the connections between habitat and species so that they develop a more holistic understanding of wild food within the context of the landscape, and our fundamental relationship with food and the natural world. Renee looks after our guests to ensure they have a memorable stay and want for nothing. She can often be found turning Adrian’s foraged finds into delicious dishes and preserves. We believe that the experiences we have, and the memories we create, last far longer than ‘things’. Life is for living and experiencing. In the past 15 or so years over 25,000 visitors - families, friends, individuals and corporate groups – have stayed with us or learnt something new on an activity, as well as having lots of fun!
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Lodge on a Lake

9 units · Glamping1 acre · Cardiff, Wales
Secluded lakeside lodges that show you needn’t travel far from Cardiff city to find countryside
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Great House Farm Luxury Pods

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Builth Wells, Wales
Luxury family-sized glamping pods with en-suite facilities and hot tubs, with wonderful views across the Wye Valley
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£140
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Brandy House Farm

6 units · Glamping, Tents30 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
Sleek wooden Camping PODs and upcycled vintage caravan on the welsh border with excellent walking and mountain biking on the doorstep
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Top Of The Woods Camping & Glamping

31 units · Glamping, Tents27 acres · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Care-free Welsh camping with acres of space, excellent walks and a beautiful woodland on the doorstep
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£16
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Glamping near Chepstow with wifi provided guide

Overview

As soon as you get off the bridges crossing the River Severn from England into Wales, there is historic Chepstow, with Wales’ oldest stone castle crowning the town and some standout hiking kicking off right in the centre. It’s the start (or finish) point for long-distance routes the Wales Coast Path, the world’s first trail to cover the entirety of a country’s coastline, the Offa’s Dyke Path and the Wye Valley Way. Several dependable campsites are dotted along the wooded sides of the Wye Valley north of town, including quiet sites Fairoak Lakes, five miles outside Chepstow, and Chase Farm.

Where to go

Forest of Dean

An obvious choice for heading out into nature near Chepstow is this ancient royal hunting ground, spread-eagled 15-odd miles to the northeast. This exquisite forest, containing many old-growth trees, stretches over 200 square miles, and is a firm family camping favourite for its well-marked walking and cycling trails fanning out into splendid woodsy scenery. Begin your camping adventure with camping, caravanning, or glamping hidden in winsome tree-dotted surroundings.

Wye Valley AONB

Back in the 18th century, the Wye Valley was the birthplace of modern UK tourism, when people flocked to the picturesque landscapes described in William Gilpin’s book Observations on the River Wye. This steep-sided woodsy AONB straddling the Wales-England border immediately north of Chepstow remains mighty popular. A wide mix of big full-facility camping complexes and small farm campsites is bolstered by top-drawer hiking, with the long-distance Wye Valley Way running through, and Wales’ best-known kayaking zone on the River Wye itself.

River Severn

Much overlooked as an outdoor playground near Chepstow is the River Severn south of town. Despite the big trunk roads and rail lines whooshing nearby, the countryside along the Severn’s banks is surprisingly serene and seems to possess its own microclimate, schizophrenically switching between blazing sunshine and brewing storms. Wide-open views along the Welsh and Southwest English coastlines are also gorgeous.

When to go

April to October are the typical months campers pitch up here. This is a great destination even when the sun doesn’t shine, because of all the tree coverage providing shelter for campers, hikers and bikers. It does get busy, though: try to come outside of the July and August school holidays. Regional festivities include July’s Chepstow Festival of the Arts and Coleford Music Festival.

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