Glamping in beautiful cabins set on a working farm on the Welsh border and overlooking the Monnow Valley and the Black Mountains.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Located on a working farm on the border to Wales, The Dragon’s Gate overlooks the Monnow Valley and out to the Black Mountains. There are two glamping cabins, The Graig and Pen Y Fan, both beautifully constructed and set in stunning surroundings. These cosy cabins are the perfect retreat after a long day walking in the surrounding countryside or exploring the local towns and villages. Curl up in front of the window with a book on the chaise lounges, or simply enjoy that enchanting view. The next morning, sip your coffee out on the decking as the mist rises from the surrounding fields.
Both cabins are fully equipped with bathrooms and kitchenettes. The Graig also features a hot tub while Pen-y-Fan is raised above the ground on decking, creating a treehouse feel with room for a swing and hammock below. The wood-panelled walls and wood detailing to the kitchenettes and beds help the cabins complement their natural surroundings and add to the rustic atmosphere. There’s no compromising on luxury, however, with large and sumptuous double beds, perfect for sinking into after long countryside walks
There are other facilities on-site, such as The Dragon’s Temple, a beautifully renovated barn which is perfect for large events and celebrations. With enough room for 70 to be seated, an additional mezzanine area and a bar downstairs, this is a flexible space that’s also full of character. The Dragon’s Playground is a 12-acre field that can be transformed to suit any event. From festival weddings to circus shows, the glorious location will make any event unique and memorable.
While The Dragon’s Gate is set in a quiet and peaceful location, there’s plenty to do in the local area. The closest village and pub are less than a mile away and Hereford, Ross-on-Wye, Abergavenny and Monmouth are all close by. Take a stroll to Garway, enjoy a delicious pub lunch and discover the village’s historical links to the Knights Templar. There are plenty of routes to keep keen walkers and cyclists happy, including a walk up the nearby Garway hill which rewards you with spectacular 360-degree views over Herefordshire. Symonds Yat and The Wye Valley, recognised as an area of outstanding beauty, is a great destination for all kinds of outdoor activities, from rock climbing to archery to caving. You could also try your hand at fishing on the farm’s own carp lake or on the River Monnow.
Carp fishing avalible on farm and wild swimming.
The Graig has a hot tub with the property.
Pen-y-Fan has the raised decking for a tree house feel with a swing and a hammock under your decking.
The Cats Back has an outdoor bath with a large raised decking area
From Previous Guests
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Fantastic stay at this wonderful cabin, which was equipped with everything you need, the attention to detail was of a very high standard. The views from the cabin overlooking the amazing hill's and countryside were stunning. Will definitely return in the future.
Stayed April 2021
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