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Seven Hills Hideaway

Gorgeous canvas lodges nestled in beautiful South Wales

Ideal for

Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Seven Hills Hideaway

From £625/week
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Free-range children! Seven Hills Hideaway offers back-to-nature holidays, away from the hustle, bustle and distractions of everyday life. It’s the perfect place for your kids to explore, run free and learn all about nature. Located on a 16th century farmstead in Monmouthshire, with sheep, alpacas, chickens, mini Shetland ponies, goats and amazing wildlife, Seven Hills Hideaway gives the entire family the chance to relax, unwind and escape.

  • Units

    3

  • Sleeps

    6

  • Pets

    Yes

  • Mobility

    No

What we think

"Such a safe place for the kids to run around"

The kids say...

"I’m living the dream; do we have to go home?"

Poppy age 9

Reviewed by

Louise & family

Best bits

Top tips

Plan your stay

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

  • Hot tubs Hot tubs
  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment

Rooms

Eating at Seven Hills Hideaway

Eat

Eating at Seven Hills Hideaway

Activities

Eating at Seven Hills Hideaway

Accessibility

The safari tents are sited on a field which is uneven.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Abergavenny station is just over 10 minutes away.

By road

Seven Hills Hideaway is located approx 5 miles from Abergavenny, on the Old Ross Road.

By air

Bristol and Cardiff airports are both less than 90 minutes drive from Seven Hills Hideaway.

About the owners

Francesca & family

Listed since June 2018

“Our family have lived and worked on the farm for 3 generations.........we adore it here and it holds some very special memories. We enjoy sharing our farm with families that come to stay here and we love to see and hear the children running, laughing and exploring. It’s a very special place.”

Tips from the owners

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

  • Head out on the water with Backwaters Canoe and Kayak.

  • See a waterfall from the other side on the stunning Brecon Beacons Four Waterfalls Walk.

  • Kate’s Country School has friendly, fun-filled traditional skills and animal husbandry courses at the home of BBC’s Lambing Live, Series 1.

  • Aber Rocks Indoor Bouldering Centre has a wide variety of climbing angles to challenge climbers of all abilities.

  • Taurus Crafts at Lydney is home to 15 small artisan businesses, with a gift shop, café, food shop and hands-on activity days: paint a pot, make your own chocolates, and create your own jewellery.

  • For a spot of retail therapy, markets and more great attractions Cardiff is less than an hour’s drive.