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Caplor Glamping & Lodges is situated on the Hereford to Ross-on-Wye stretch of the Wye Valley Walk with the route actually passing through Caplor Farm.

The 136-mile (219 km) Wye Valley Walk intersects the border between Wales and England along the winding Wye Valley.


This scenic route offers a reflective walking experience through dramatic limestone gorges and rolling countryside, protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Red kites, peregrines, and herons are native to this haven for wildlife.


Historic towns like Monmouth, Hereford with its famous cathedral, and Hay-on-Wye dot the trail, along with medieval Tintern Abbey and Goodrich Castle’s ruins. The terrain varies from riverside strolls to short, steep climbs through forest tracks with panoramic valley views from dedicated viewing platforms. Surprisingly little tarmac surfaces the largely wild and rural landscape, leaving intact remnants of past paper mills and railways among the tributaries. Following the river to its source rewards walkers with a blend of mellow villages, dense woods, and airy field tops.

Should you be walking the Wye Valley Walk and wish to stay with us, we are happy to accommodate your needs such as accepting baggage drop-off and pick-up, and one night stays exclusive to walkers of the trail, 

Please call the office direct if you are walking the Wye Valley Walk and wish to discuss your requirements with us. 

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