Green Acres Glamping
Green Acres Glamping is the soothing kind of setting where absolutely everything has been thought about...
...leaving you free to relax, explore, and have plenty of fun with your loved ones!
You'll find this friendly glampsite nestled in a picture-perfect Herefordshire village, an ideal base for exploring the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley alike. Better still, children and pets are more than welcome too, so nobody has to miss out on that much-needed break amongst nature.
Choose from two bell tents and two yurts, all individually named and styled for rustic comfort and luxury. Expect ‘proper' beds with downy duvets and pillows, soft carpets and rugs, and plenty of furnished outdoor space for you to enjoy al fresco meals by sunset.
You'll have a gas stove and a firepit to choose from for cooking, with equipment and utensils all provided (so you can pack light!). Meanwhile, electric lighting and sockets mean no fumbling around in the dark for candles, and you can keep your phone fully charged throughout your stay.
Well, with so much awe-inspiring scenery all around, you'll want to keep that Instagram account up-to-date!
You'll find Bell Tent Robin, the very first addition to Green Acres, enjoying pride of place at the top of the site, with spectacular views of the rolling hills. Bell Tent Buzzard is nestled in the hillside, built on its very own decking - an ideal spot to curl up with a good book, or indulge in a sizzling barbecue.
Nestled in a secluded corner, yurts Falcon and Merlin were both lovingly handcrafted in a local workshop, and are surrounded by rustling fruit trees.
Discover a heated toilet and shower block close by, along with a separate washing-up area, a fridge freezer, and plenty of fresh drinking water.
With all those holiday essentials more than covered, it's time for you to get lost in the Great Outdoors! There's a kids' play area a short walk away and horse-riding lessons available next door, while a mere ten-minute drive will lead you to some amazing Forest of Dean walking trails. If you prefer water-based activity, how about canoeing on the River Wye instead?
If you'd rather take life in the blissful slow lane, a leisurely stroll into the local village will lead you straight to the pub (or a curry at the Indian restaurant, if spice is more your style!) The village is also home to a well-stocked shop that's ideal if there's anything you forgot to pack.
However you decide to spend your days, nothing will beat the feeling of heading back to Green Acres Glamping, just in time for a sizzling supper and a well-deserved nightcap under the stars.
Things to note
All units are pet friendly, enquire to bring your pets upon prior arrangement.
Region: Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Cost (from): £65 per night
Sleeps: Up to 4 per unit
Bedrooms: Open plan
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Property ref: 1045
Tents sleep up to 4, double bed, bedding provided, carpets, rugs, electric lights, power sockets, kettle, wood burning stove, outdoor canopy, bench, cooking facility, gas stove, kitchen equipment.
Yurts sleep up to 4, double bed, bedding provided, carpets, rugs, electric lights, power sockets, kettle, ceramic hob, wood burning stove, outdoor canopy, bench, gas stove, kitchen equipment.
Shared shower building with toilets, washbasins, dual shower, hand dryer, mirror, washing up area, drinking water.
Canoeing, kayaking, cycling, gorge walking, horse riding, hiking, market towns, vineyards, sculpture trails, castles.
At a glance
- A friendly, family-run glamping site featuring two bell tents and two yurts, located in The Lea, a Herefordshire village perfectly set between the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley.
- Pets and children are welcome.
- All accommodation is furnished with beds and bedding, kitchen equipment and cooking facilities, with a furnished outdoor area to enjoy your meals al fresco.
- There is a heated toilet and shower block close by, along with washing up facilities and drinking water.
- The local village is a short stroll away, with a pub, shop and Indian restaurant. Both the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean can be accessed within a ten-minute drive, with bus links also available in the village.