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Hidden Valley Yurts

Child friendly glamping, Monmouthshire – Child Friendly Glamping in Chepstow, Wye Valley

About Hidden Valley Yurts

Chilled out glamping Freedom – our children long for it, while we parents agonise over how safe it is to let them go. At Hidden Valley Yurts, freedom is one of the most mentioned words in Hidden Valley's visitor’s book, along with utterly relaxing, beautiful and we’ll be back! Five traditionally decorated, felt lined Mongolian Yurts nestle into the side of a secret valley tucked away in the heart of the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With two yurts sleeping up to 5 and the other three up to 7, the whole site accommodates up to 31 people – book just one and look forward to meeting new friends around the central campfire and communal kitchen or bring your friends and family and book the whole site for the perfect get away from it all break.

Hidden Valley Yurts are surprisingly just that - part of an 80 acre woodland and farm in the Wye Valley (an AONB) and nestled in a gorgeous sheltered valley you'll find five yurts, each individually decorated and offering a gorgeous view, fresh air and bird song - do we really need much more?

The Yurts

Hidden Valley is a perfect getaway for a quiet family break (if there is such a thing!) or a big group get-together where adults can catch up whilst children disappear in their newly built dens or get soaked in the stream. And if there isn't a group of you, the kids will soon make friends - there is no distraction to be had other than happy, healthy and wholesome outdoor fun!

The yurt will be ready and waiting with cosy throws, rugs ponchos and cushions to relax with - and beds!!! Two yurts have super king-size beds, the rest have king-size beds, all have a day bed and single wooden futons. You will need to take your own bed-linen and duvets - pillows are supplied. Tea-lights and outdoor lights are supplied.

Importantly you have a real wood-burning stove in which to practice fire building, brewing tea and patience, depending on who is lighting it! You also have your own chiminea and bbq, on your own deck, with tea-lights provided should you wish to dine outside and enjoy your surroundings. The yurt has starter wood supplied - extra wood is available and is paid for via the honesty box. There are also rechargeable lanterns for convenience. There is a list of things not to forget so ask for it on booking!

The Camp-site

There is a well-equipped cooking area to prepare your meals and meet your neighbours. The outdoor pizza oven is brilliant - do give it a go - a freshly prepared pizza, cooked authentically is wonderful. Enjoy your meal around the camp-fire, with songs and marshmallows to follow - it's tradition - or else enjoy the atmosphere in the tented dining space complete with a kitchen sink! Two yurts have their own cooking facilities and a private loo.

The yurts are waterproof and insulated with felt - perfect all weather accommodation - warm on cooler days and cool on warm! Each is equipped with a smoke detector, carbon monoxide alarm and a fire extinguisher - guards are provided for the wood burners.

The camp is spring fed and so drinking water is plentiful and as fresh and as good as it gets. The site has a communal shower and a bath/shower and two flushing toilets and hand basins. Hot water is readily available - bliss.

To Do

Enjoy a good old board game from the cupboard, build a dam in the stream, walk and walk and walk through woodlands or meadows - borrow kids toys, books, paper and paints or start up one of the outdoor games, such as cricket and croquet.

Hidden Valley has lots of new animals, including Highland cattle and several different types of sheep along with chickens - where your children can collect freshly laid free range eggs for free.

Beyond the lovely valley you have lots of lovely towns to visit, Symonds Yat (a child-hood favourite), horse-riding, canoeing, tree-climbing, steam railways, theatres, festivals, local pubs and a maze and more - best do the maze before the pub!

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