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A hidden gem tucked against the Welsh border & the Brecon Beacons, there's so much to see and do in Herefordshire you will need to keep coming back again and again.

Newbridge Farm Park 

A day for the little ones! With a hay bale barn, swings, sandpit, zipwire, adventure playground and soft play, if a visit here doesn't tire them out, nothing will. 

Postcode: HR8 2QG   What 3 Words: reception.field.dressings

Haugh Woods

At nearly 350 hectares, Haugh Woods is nationally important for butterflies and moths, with over 600 species recorded, and is a designated SSSI. There are two waymarked butterfly trails of an easy grade and marked by green arrows.

Postcode: HR1 4QX   What 3 Words: highlighted.ticket.bigger


Hereford Canoe Hire

Offering half, full and multi-day trips, Hereford Canoe Hire is only a 13 minute drive from our glamping site. All trips are one-way with all transport to either your start point upriver, or from your end point back to the start. Unfortunately, children under 4 years of age are not accepted and children under 12, must have one adult  per child. Small breed dogs accepted.

Postcode: HR2 6QH   What 3 Words: remarried.spit.upcoming


MFA Bowling Hereford

Offering free parking and an on-site cafe, spend a couple hours indulging your competitive side. 

HR1 1BB   What 3 Words: thank.lately.filer

Flip Out Hereford

Burn off your kid's excess energy with a 1-hour Family Time Experience or opt for 2 hours if you have the energy! Book via their website.  

Postcode: HR4 9SP   What 3 Words: fonts.guilty.laws

Go Ape

You'll discover whether or not you're brave when you swing from the high ropes course with zip lines!

Postcode: GL15 4HD   What 3 Words: diverts.undercuts.prom

Ice Quest

Not just offering ice skating on real ice! You can enjoy escape rooms and laser quest as well. Choose from four rooms and try to escape in 60 minutes. The laser quest experience takes place over a two-floor area and once hosted the European Championships of Laser Quest. 

Postcode: WR14 1BU   What 3 Words: fingertip.knee.loaning

Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre

Open every day, view the collection of miniature, rare and friendly animals that call the farm park home. Interact with and feed the pygmy goats, blacknose sheep, donkeys, and miniature horses. If you're a fan of something smaller, there's guinea pigs, rabbits, finches and canaries. Visit the Owl Garden and Owlet Room and see the one of the finest breeding collections of owls in Europe. 

Postcode: HR5 3HF    What 3 Words: branch.overruns.tribes

Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo*

Walk through the heated glass house and marvel at the exotic butterflies that flit about you. Observe the life cycle from egg to caterpillar, to chrysalis and finally to butterfly. You may even see butterflies emerge from their cocoon!

Postcode: HR9 6DA   What 3 Words: purse.laptop.round

The Amazing Hedge Puzzle* 

Fancy some alone time? Visit the maze at Jubilee Park and unless you have a great sense of direction, that just might happen! With a romantic temple at the centre you're desired destination point, enjoy the traditional hedge maze and race your family to the centre. 

Postcode: HR9 6DA   What 3 Words: campus.treble.ignites

Wye Valley Miniature Golf*

Set amongst the fantasy ruins of a roman villa, discover who's the sore loser in your family. Score cards, balls and clubs provided. Featuring an all-weather artificial turf playing surface, the course is wheelchair accessible with assistance, and ball-lifting aids and soft or short putters are available. Extra rounds are half-price.

Postcode: HR9 6DA   What 3 Words: campus.treble.ignites

*The Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, Amazing Hedge Puzzle and Miniature Golf are all situated at the Wye Valley Visitor Centre. Discounted rates are available when visiting more than one attraction. 


Symonds Yat Viewpoint

Once the site of an Iron Age hill fort, it is now an internationally renowned viewpoint. Frequently featuring on television programmes and as a filming location for 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1'. William Wordsworth visited the Wye Valley as part of his grand tour.  Home to peregrine falcons, badgers, fallow deer, foxes and otters, be sure to bring your binoculars and enjoy a picnic or visit the café onsite. Facilities include disabled access and disabled toilets. Dogs are welcome. Parking chargeable. 

Postcode: GL16 7NZ   What 3 Words: hunt.gossiping.shot

Frome Valley Vineyard

Tours and Tastings are open again for the summer Wednesday to Saturday and run in the morning and afternoon. You will enjoy a tour through the demonstration vineyard and hear about how grapes are grown in different locations and climates. Once into the main vineyard, you will learn about the specific challenges of growing grapes in England. Then it's off to the winery for a taster and an opportunity to purchase your favourites. Tours are £20, last for approximately 2 hours, and can be booked via their website (click the link above ). Children and dogs are welcome but are not able to taste the wines. There is on-site parking and the site is wheelchair accessible, however, there is no disabled loo in the listed buildings.  

Postcode: WR6 5BJ   What 3 Words: reveal.excavated.perfect

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