Go back to basics and back to nature, with a little luxury touch - choose a spacious yurt or your own treetop cabin by the border of England and Wales
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Almost within touching distance of the Welsh-English border, Redwood Valley offers woodland glamping in both a treehouse and a pair of handsome yurts. With a low-impact, eco-friendly ethos, Redwood Valley is the place to go to experience the natural wonders of this peaceful part of Wales. Surrounded by 25 acres of woodland believed to date back centuries, Redwood Valley enjoys a stunning setting which guests can explore for themselves. Dominated by oak trees, there are many other species of tree and plant to look out for, including many that have been more recently planted.
Both of the two yurts are suitable for up to five guests, and feature a mixture of vintage and handmade furniture. Each has a king-size bed and a double and single futon, as well as a warming log-burning stove, electric lights and lanterns. Outside is a barbecue fire pit, spring water tap and a table and chairs. At 19-foot wide, these yurts are equally spacious, yet each one has a different heritage. Seren was constructed from locally sourced wood, while Eilian has made its way to Wales from Mongolia – a traditional, hand-painted Mongolian ger.
Also made from the wood of the valley, the treetop cabin offers spectacular views and total privacy. The woodland panorama is quite striking when viewed from the inside, and equally enchanting from the balcony where you will find a hammock and seating. The cabin is perfect for a couple but also suitable for three, with an additional L-shaped day bed along with a comfy double. Again, you are kept warm the old-fashioned way with a wood-burning stove, and you also have a small fridge and tea and coffee facilities. A wooded glade and burbling stream are found below, with a seating area by your barbecue fire pit.
The shared facilities are pretty special too, with a woodland kitchen and dining area ideal for cooking and socialising. There’s a hot, gas-powered shower and composting loos, and the treetop cabin has one of its own too.
If you fancy having a go at some traditional crafts, woodworking and silversmithing courses are held regularly at Redwood Valley, which lies just south of the Shropshire Hills and not too far from the Brecon Beacons. You can easily reach book paradise Hay-on-Wye in about 40 minutes and Hereford in around 50, with Snowdonia and the Welsh coast around 90 minutes away, but well worth the trip.
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We have a 2 night minimum stay. However if you are looking for a shorter break, do check the calendar and get in touch as we are occasionally left with 1 day slots.
All prices include wood for the woodburners and campfires. We regret that we cannot accept pets (except service dogs) or accommodate stag or hen parties due to the quiet nature of the site. Please click here to read our full Terms and Conditions.
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