Herefordshire Hideaways is a quirky and unusual places to stay in beautiful North Herefordshire, perfect glamping holiday.
Fabulous views, gorgeous interiors, fantastically equipped to escape from the world. Get cosy outdoors next to the firebowl on the deck or relax and warm up in the wood-fired hot tub while soaking up the views of 4 counties.
Enjoy Victoria’s great home-cooked food, huddle on the sofa, and take a long deep breath.
A wonderfully light and spacious, open plan, airy cabin with wooden underheated floors and a well equipped kitchen. Gorgeous geometric rugs and colourful textiles fill the space with colour and there is even a piano if your feeling musical. The highlight is the massive deck with the wood-fired hot tub and large firebowl over looking an 20 acre field with oak trees and sheep dotting the landscape.
You will love the luxurious touches: fine linen, and fluffy towels and bathrobes in the prettily tiled separate bathroom with its bath and power shower. With a dining table that seats ten and an adjacent 2 acre field available for family & friends to camp, this is also an ideal location for celebrating a special occasion.
Renovated from its early circus days into a luxurious living space, the cavernous, 27 foot long, Stargazers Wagon allows you to gaze at the Herefordshire landscape as it stretches away in front of you. Relax in the wood-fired hot tub for two as you stargaze from the top of an ancient 5 acre meadow.
Use the firebowl on the deck for a BBQ with a view, snuggle inside the wagon in front of the wood-burning stove, or simply laze on a deck chair with a glass of Herefordshire cider.
The Corner House is a octagonal-shaped cabin designed to make the most of the amazing views. Relax by the wood-burning stove, soak in the sunken hot tub, or lie in bed under the huge skylight, star-gazing by night or watching the buzzards swooping over head during the day.
Visit Leominster best known for its medieval black and white buildings and antique shops and sits halfway between Ludlow in Shropshire and Hereford at the heart of Herefordshire. There’s ample opportunity amongst the picturesque scenery for walkers to stretch their legs and cyclists to roll their wheels. There are plenty of B&Bs, guest houses, hotels and self catering accommodation.
Visit Herefordshire and explore a county of rolling, green countryside interrupted by villages steeped in history and interest. There's plenty to see and do but there's no escaping the sense of peace and fresh air, visit What's On In Herefordshire to find out what’s happening, when and where, during your stay.