Redwood Valley Glamping

Wales

Yurts and a cabin tucked away in woodland Wales

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

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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.

  • Units

    3

  • Sleeps

    3-5

  • Bedrooms

    1

  • Pets

    No

  • Mobility

    No

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About this place

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Plan your stay

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

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Eating at Redwood Valley Glamping

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Eating at Redwood Valley Glamping

Activities

Eating at Redwood Valley Glamping

Accessibility

Sadly the site is not accessible for wheelchairs.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Knighton train station is just six miles away.

By road

Redwood Valley is located seven miles northeast of the A44.

By air

Birmingham airport is the nearest to the site, and can be reached in just over an hour and a half.

About the owners

Richard, David, Tamsin and Anthea

Listed since Aug 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.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • 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.