Midland Farm is the ultimate Glamping holiday. We have two extraordinary glamping experiences to choose from:
The Greedy Gander
Our mongolian yurt The Greedy Gander sleeps up to 4. It comes with its own adjoining shepherds hut with kitchen/diner and posh bathroom for your exclusive use. Fitted out to the highest standard to give you the ultimate glamping holiday, they are beautifully finished with all the luxuries any self-respecting glamper could desire.
Our holiday yurt is spacious (a massive 19 ft diameter) and sleeps two adults in an antique French double bed, and comfortably accommodates a further two people in 2 singles, and comes complete with its own shepherds hut.
The adjoining shepherds hut provides guests with their own private fully equipped kitchen with fridge and cooker, and your own bathroom facilities, inc hot shower, wc, etc.
The Yurt and shepherds hut are exclusively yours so your privacy is guaranteed.
The Yurt is a genuine Mongolian yurt with proper felt lining to keep you cool in summer and warm on chilly nights. It has its own wood burning stove, and you can cook al fresco on the barbecue in the woodland area.
We provide you with bed linen, so all you need to bring is a torch and supplies.
The Grey Goose
Put the kettle on and take in the Black Mountain views as you greet the sheep, ponies and hens before strolling the spectacular gardens
As you roll out of the king-sized bed and swing back the top half of the stable door, you get a distinct farmhouse feel from The Grey Goose. Inside is all warmth and wood, outside the fields stretch away from your door and you’re likely to be greeted by the free range hens and maybe some curious sheep. Ask Sarah and Charlie for an introduction to Frodo and Sam, the Shetland ponies, or for a tour of the incredible gardens, which featured on the cover of the Royal Horticultural Society magazine.
Wilder scenery awaits on the hiking trails of the Black Mountains, kayak adventures down the river Wye or pony treks (not on the Shetlands) through the hills around the farm. Make a stop on the way home at one of Hay or Ludlow’s many great eateries, your hosts’ favourite pub, The Griffin, or have Sarah get a home-cooked meal ready for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own wheeled farmhouse. With the woodburner lit, end the day listening for the owls and the sounds of the countryside settling down for the night.
Visit Hereford and the Wye Valley, enjoy fantastic sights and events, and make the most of the fabulous host of things to do in Hereford. Whether you are a first time visitor to the Wye Valley or a local born and bred, you will discover plenty of tourist attractions to award winning places to eat.
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