The Cider Camp is a magical getaway.
Inside the hut, you will be greeted with lovely countryside charm.
The beautiful bell tent pays respect to a traditional glamping style!
Cook and dine al fresco in the 'field kitchen'.
Enter the enchanting hut...
Thoughtfully crafted, the hut can sleep a family of four.
The top bunk bed and sofa can be made up as two single bed upon request.
The most idyllic breakfast spot.
With a lovely wood-burner to keep you cosy.
Your beloved pooch is warmly welcomed at The Cider Camp.
With plenty of wonderful space to roam!
You'll find two single beds in the bell tent.
Such a lovely little den!
The quirky outdoor kitchen is a lovely place to cook, dine and  relax.
Gather around the table and indulge in some holiday delights!
Fully equipped with everything you'll need for your glamping getaway.
The chiminea is a lovely feature.
Toast marshmallows and stay cosy beside flickering flames.
Head down to your own private spot by the river.
A balmy summer's eve never looked so good...
To the left, you'll find the separate WC and open air shower.
A beautifully crafted, quirky feature!
Shower in the wilds...
Say hello to your friendly neighbours.
Nestled on the bank of the River Wye, its location is utterly special.
Wander the city of Hereford for scenes out of a storybook.
Head to the market town of Ledbury for a selection of independent shops and lovely eateries.
Visit the quaint village of Pembridge.

The Cider Camp

5280

7.3 miles W of Hereford / Sleeps 4 (no children under 2)

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From £130 per night

The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Conveniently located in the picturesque Wye valley, The Portway Inn is a 16th century coaching inn with large gardens for al alfresco dining. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, vegetarian options are available.

Nearest walk

Created in the late 18th century, this beautiful National Trust location includes 10 acres of riverside gardens, ancient trees, Roman ruins, picnic areas and a walled garden. The paths can be steep in places so may not be suitable for all. Take a look at the National Trust website link for further information.

Nearest town

Situated on the river Wye, the cathederal city of Hereford is centrally located in the country of Herefordshire. Wander the pretty streets with half-timbered houses and enjoy shopping on Church Street with a fabulous selection of independent shops and eateries or make your way to the Old Market for shopping, dining and a cinema. Head to the Wye for a relaxing stroll along the riverside, there really is something for everyone here.

Also nearby

Centrally located in the village of Preston on Wye, The Yew Tree is a delightful traditional pub with cosy interiors and a wood-burner. Outside there is seating for al fresco dining. Real ales are available and the Yew Tree has a great reputation for its food!

Not just a farm shop, Oakchurch also has a restaurant and garden centre, bursting with over 10,000 local plants! The farm shop has a great selection of fashion items, homeware and toys as well as local food and drink, the perfect place to stock up on your holiday supplies!

Here you'll find a traditional village inn with a pretty beer garden surrounded by rolling countryside. Food is freshly cooked and dogs are welcome in the Map bar and garden.

Burghill Valley Golf Club is situated in delightful Herefordshire countryside just 4 miles from the city of Hereford. Take a look at their website for visitor information and to book a tee off time.

Here you'll find a restaurant, bar, lounge and cafe all open daily and serving classic and modern dishes. Whether you are looking for an afternoon tea treat or pre-dinner cocktails, this centrally located hotel offers all the options.

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