Cabins are one of the best accommodations to stay when looking for a glamping experience. We bring you 12 of the best cabins in Herefordshire. 


1. The Queen Bee Cabin Herefordshire

The above picture does not do The Queen Bee Cabin justice. Visit their website to see a detailed picture about this beautiful cabin. Located in the village of Much Birch, Herefordshire this cabin will appeal to people who love wood.  Built around 4 magnificent handcrafted oak beams, this shepherd’s hut style cabin boasts of all  modern facilities you can think of.


2. Pax Cabin

Situated on the Wales England border, Pax Cabin is  just a stone’s throw from some of the best hikes in the Brecon Beacons.

If you fancy getting active, go with a bike or a kayak, or just your best boots and explore the Wye Valley, the Black Mountains and even the woodlands at the bottom of the hill. The Hereford Way is a few steps away, the Offa’s Dyke path not much further and there’s simply endless possibility for bright and breezy days out. The cabin itself is a labour of love, crafted by owners Sarah and Chris with the help of their son, set among replanted orchards and restored hedgerows, where there used to be nothing but chicken sheds. 


3. Drovers Rest Safari Tent

Drover’s Rest Safari Tents are located  at the foothills of the Black Mountains. Majestically African in looks but purely Welsh in spirit, enjoy a glamping holiday you won’t forget.

Thrusting you into the outdoors, set in a grassy wildflower meadow, overlooking pastures dotted with black sheep. You will be thinking where exactly does the camping end and hotel living begin!! A theme that carries on throughout the farm.

The site is the proud winner of ‘Best Glamping Site in the UK’ at the Staycation Awards 2019.


4. The Greedy Gander Yurt

The beautifully crafted shepherd’s hut is your bedroom, with a separate hut for your kitchen and shower room. Centred around an impressively large French antique bed, the yurt can sleep a couple or a group of friends or family. Around you are the Malvern Hills, Black Mountains as well as the historic black and white trail, beautiful scenic villages and Market towns including Ledbury and Hay on Wye.


5. Brook House Wood’s Whittlers Cabin

The Whittlers Cabin is a wood cabin giving you a little bit of luxury deep in the woods. This sweet cabin features a king size bed, feather duvets and pillows, a wood burner, fairy lights and a sitting area around a private fire pit. The cabin sleeps two people and has a private compost toilet, shower with a view of the woods and private kitchen. It’s the perfect place to lay your head for the night and cuddle up with your partner.


6. RedHill Glamping Dome

Redhill Holidays offers unique glamping offerings in Herefordshire, with four luxury domes to choose from, each Dome has a unique view and super facilities including your own personal hot tub and shower room.

It’s great that the outdoor space is so well-equipped because let’s be honest, you stay here for the views.


7. White House on Wye Glamping

One of White House Farm’s real gifts is a mile-long stretch of the River Wye that idles its way south-east across the farm. A shallow, pebble beach runs down to the water – a beautiful spot for evening barbecues – and fishing is allowed. However, canoes are not provided, so you need to bring your own to make the most of this ideal landing and launching spot, but you can rent them for day-trips nearby if you need. 


8. Dragon Gate

The Dragon’s Gate offers three luxury cabins nestled between two mountains looking down the Monnow Valley & over to the Black Mountains. Each self-contained unit has an ensuite bathroom and a kitchenette as well as a fire pit. It’s a quiet spot and perfect place for you or you and lover to relax and take in the local area by foot or bike. 


9. Cynefin Retreats

Cynefin Retreats is an immersive destination offering an incredible indoor-outdoor getaway experience. Perfect for families or groups of friends. The three lodges offer spacious bedrooms and open plan living areas to enjoy time together, whilst having space to breathe.

Built using pioneering wood technologies, the iconic lines of the timber clad lodges reflect the local environment, with each one offering privacy with views of the surrounding countryside and plenty of outside space.


10. Upper House Glamping

If you’ve ever fancied a glamping break in a cosy shepherd’s hut, then this brand new hut ticks all the boxes. It’s fully connected to mains electricity, and has hot and cold water. It even has a flushing loo, yet it’s in a field location so you feel off grid and away from it all.


11. Darnells’ Safari Lodges

Safari Lodge is one of the best Herefordshire glamping options for larger groups, located in the heart of one of England’s most beautiful counties. It’s in its own idyllic location away from the crowds but close to an array of outdoor and indoor facilities for the family, including the actual West Midlands Safari Park, steam train rides, great British castles, a World renowned Birds of Prey centre with flying exhibitions and canoeing/boat trips on the River Wye. The lodge comes complete with a shower room/toilet and separated washroom and toilet, kitted out with Egyptian cotton towels and sundries.


12. White House Glamping

Named as one of the top glamping spaces in the UK by The Sunday Times, featured in places like The Telegraph and rated 4.8 stars on Airbnb, White House Glamping come with everything that you need for your luxury Wye glamping trip. You can relax in the evening with the outdoor cinema or spend your day exploring the River Wye on the farm. Other activities you can enjoy include fishing, canoeing, camp fire, walking in the Wye Valley Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, exploring the historic towns of Ross-on-Wye & Hereford etc.