Hidden Valley Yurts Glamping Monmouthshire
Hidden Valley Yurts, Lower Glyn Farm, Llanishen, Chepstow, Wales, NP16 6QU
MONTHS OPENApril, May, June, July, August, September, October
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In a secluded valley, invisible to the outside world, lies Hidden Valley Yurts and Lake House at Lower Glyn Farm in South Wales. Our glamping site contains 5 Mongolian yurts (3 for 7 people and 2 for 5 people) stretched along the top of a beautiful, south-facing meadow alongside a stream and The Lake House is our new all year round accommodation now available to book in 2018.
Within easy reach of Monmouth, Tintern, Raglan, Usk, Chepstow and other notable spots along the picturesque Wye Valley in South Wales, Hidden Valley Yurts and Lake House is a well-located base for taking in the kind of sites that made the likes of Wordsworth and Turner produce masterpieces. A designated area of outstanding natural beauty, this corner of Wales has definitely been blessed by Mother Nature. But once ensconced in this beauteous valley, tucked away from the outside world at our unique site, it’s hard to tear yourself away. So hard, in fact, you might just wish that the buggy runs out of juice before it takes you back to your car!
Step through one of the brightly coloured doors of these innovative homes and you’ll find they are light, cosy and warm. Lovingly decked out with beds, chairs, lights, rugs and wall-hangings each yurt is equipped with a wood-burning stove with kindling and wood for fuel.
Inside the muffled confines of the sheep’s wool felt lining, each yurt feels intensely private. Comfortable and unique they entreat you to curl up and unwind, having spent the day wandering around the magical woodland, wildflower-peppered meadows and fields belonging to the farm’s 80 acres.
Outside, you can relax on your own decking with ample seating and stunning views. A large communal kitchen and bathroom area boasts the kind of veranda that would make Gone-With-The-Wind-type southerners jealous, and provides just the spot for whiling away evenings watching the sunset or playing a board game. Below there’s a boules pitch, badminton net, campfire area, wood-burning pizza oven, safari style dining tent and chicken run where you may collect fresh eggs each day.