Wye Valley, Gloucestershire
Collection of five delightful hand built self-catering spaces, all on a stunning green site in the Wye Valley.
Cadora Woods Glamping is owned and managed by Abi McDonald.
In the heart of the verdant and majestic Wye Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Cadora Woods Glamping is a secluded and beautiful glamping site containing five individual and distinctive spaces, all available to rent on a self-catered basis. Offering charming and well-built accommodation for single travellers, and couples, Cadora Woods Glamping is an ideal getaway for anybody looking to spend time in the heart of nature without having to compromise on amenities.
Each space offers comfy living arrangements, and picturesque views of the wonderful meadow on which they sit. These spaces have lovely hand-built features including reclaimed stained glass windows and Victorian floorboards that add plenty of old-world charm. In the yurts, guests can even enjoy marvellous views of the stars while lying in bed.
While they all share the same spacious and beautiful meadow, each of the five structures has its own unique charms and architectural styles. Ash tree is a yurt, inspired by the traditional Mongolian dwellings.
Queen of Hearts offers many of the same facilities, but housed within a hand-made dwelling with rigid walls. Employing a pleasing and comfortable circular design, Queen of Hearts offers everything you need for a romantic stay in the green rolling hills of the Wye Valley.
Starry Skies uses a similar design and offers the same facilities, while Gypsy Moth is shepherd's hut that has been built from scratch on a restored 1900's horse drawn bale trailer and finished by hand with pretty timber. Tiger Moth is based on a classic shepherd's hut design and is finished with sheet metal.
Each dwelling offers a comfy king sized bed and a wood-burning stove to keep you nice and toasty all year round. There is also a separate, fully-equipped indoor/outdoor kitchen which includes fridges to keep your beers and fresh produce chilled. And you can enjoy some al fresco cooking on the BBQ which the owners can provide. They also provide individual fire pits to use by your hut, whilst the shared communal fire pit is also a nice place to sit and stay warm long into the evening.
Each of the spaces combines quirky design with cosy charm, bringing the beauty and light of the Wye Valley into the room, while keeping you cosy and snug whatever the season, weather and time of day. With five brand new beautifully fitted bathrooms - one for each hut, a range of indoor and outside furniture and options to cook inside and out, Cadora Woods is the ultimate glamping spot.
Although plenty of guests choose to remain at the beautiful glamping site itself, whiling away the days in peace and tranquility, there are a number of excellent activities and eateries within close proximity, offering everything from extreme sports to pub lunches. Offa's Dyke is nearby, the historic wall separating England and Wales, and historic Tintern Abbey is well worth investigating too. For a more active day out, head to Symonds Yat for everything from canoeing to abseiling. For fantastic pub fare in an atmospheric environment and great local ale, you can't go wrong with The Ostrich ancient inn in nearby Newland, while the Butchers Arms in Clearwell is another wonderful place to eat.
Bristol Airport - 1hr 5mins
Ash Tree, Gypsy Moth and Tiger Moth
Low season weekday - £80
Low season Fri / Sat - £85
High season weekday - £85
High season Fri / Sat - £90
Queen of Hearts and Starry Skies
Low season weekday - £85
Low season Fri / Sat - £90
High season weekday - £90
High season Fri / Sat - £95
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