By The Wye
By the Wye is a unique treetop glamping retreat, hidden in the woods on the edge of Hay on Wye.
- 5 tents, 4 sleep 5, 1 sleeps 2
- Stays available 3 nights (Fri-Mon) and 4 nights (Mon-Fri) or 7 nights (Mon-Mon or Fri-Fri)
- Prices from £130 – £295
- BBQ/ and firepits
- Kitchen with gas burner
- En-suite luxury
- Wood burner
- Off road free parking
- Family Friendly
- Dog Friendly
- Easy distance to local pub
- Local walking areas
- Linen, towels & toiletries included
Tucked away in the heart of Hay on Wye, these safari tents offer you the perfect place to relax and unwind in style perched up above the forest floor. Guests can sit on their private deck as the River Wye runs past, taking in the marvellous views of the Brecon Beacons.
The safari tents have been carefully positioned to ensure you are guaranteed plenty of privacy during your stay. Each tent combines the rustic, eco-friendly practicalities of a campsite, with super-comfy, stylish furnishings to guarantee you an enjoyable break. These tents offer friends, couples, and families the chance to enjoy the luxury of a boutique hotel with the comforts of home, all under canvas.
Beautiful beds offer a great night’s sleep, whilst roaring campfires ensure that you can stay toasty long into the evening. The tents even come with their own en suite bathrooms, that are complete with hot running water, a flushing loo, a power shower, and a basin. So you really are spoiled when it comes to amenities.
The campsite itself is cosy, comfortable and environmentally friendly. Entirely off-grid, the site makes use of Solar Energy and generators and is designed to minimise its impact on the environment in the surrounding woodland, with some areas having been left untouched. This means you may be lucky enough to see some lovely wildlife during your stay, as an array of critters come passing by.
The campsite is a short hop from the amazing town of Hay on Wye. Located on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Hay on Wye well known as The Town of Books, and hosts the annual Hay Literary Festival. However, you also have a number of lovely, charming cafes, pubs, and shops on offer, so be sure to go for a wander around the town. Lovers of the great outdoors are also spoiled for choice when it comes to walking routes, with two national trails, the Offa’s Dyke path and the Wye Valley trail, passing right through the town. You have the protected countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park on your doorstep too, so make sure you pack your hiking boots. There is also a place to hire canoes a five minute walk away.