Redwood Valley Glamping


Gorgeous yurts and a cabin tucked away in a Welsh woodland.

  • roomUnits 3
  • person Sleeps 3 - 5
  • bed Bedrooms 1 - 1
  • petPets
  • mobilityMobility
  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Older Kids
  • Teens
From £110/night
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Kids – and their imaginations – can run free in 25 acres of meadow and woodland, with cosy yurts and a cabin creating the perfect back-to-nature retreat in rural Wales- with hammocks and chairs poised for soaking up the views.

About this place

Best bits

  • If you visit in May the site is covered in gorgeous bluebells.
  • Set up a bonfire and get toasting marshmallows.
  • There is an abundance of wildlife onsite and in the area. Spot an otter playing in the brook and a variety of birds overhead.

Top tips

  • You’ll want sturdy footwear – wellies or walking boots – for exploring.
  • Don’t forget your waterproofs, so you can enjoy the beautiful Welsh countryside whatever the weather.
  • Take food with you for at least your first meal if you’re arriving later in the day.

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

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Sadly the site is not accessible for wheelchairs.

Location & local area

About the owners

Richard, David, Tamsin and Anthea

Listed since August 2018

We are a family business conceived, built and run by two brothers and their partners. We manage the woodland and meadows carefully to increase biodiversity and Redwood Valley is designed to be low impact, creating minimum disturbance to wildlife and landscape.

Owner recommendations

  • Just over a mile away, Presteigne is a thriving town with a wine bar, four pubs and an eclectic array of independent shops and places to eat.

  • There are some great walks and bike rides direct from Redwood Valley, and it’s also close to Offa’s Dyke, Water-Break-Its-Neck Falls and the Elan Valley.

  • Soak up the dramatic medieval ruins of Ludlow Castle, over the border in Shropshire but just twenty miles from Redwood Valley.

  • There’s a strong art heritage in the region, from the Presteigne Festival of classical music to the world-renowned Hay Festival.

  • Kids will love the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre, a twenty-minute drive away.

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