Seren - Redwood Valley


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5 Guests
1 Bedroom
No Pets

Seren - Redwood Valley

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*** Any day arrival *** Min 2-night stay***

The site contains 2 secluded yurts Eilian and Seren, and the spectacular Treetop Cabin, all quietly nuzzled between the ancient trees, while the Redwood Valley site can also be booked as a whole. The glamping accommodation is privately positioned, with only a limited number of guests sprinkled amongst the wilderness. The facilities are simple but perfectly adequate - you'll have everything you need for a self-catering escape beneath the stars.

Quietly nestled on the Welsh borders, this secluded 25-acre site is a magical wonderland of wildflower meadows, ancient woodland, hidden valleys and pure, uninterrupted tranquillity. Here is a place where you can truly escape the laborious routine of modern-day life. Wander through this idyllic wilderness at your own gentle pace, leaving behind the stresses and strains of the outside world and immerse yourself in this beautiful natural haven.

Featured in the Times and The Telegraph as one of Britain's top luxury glamp sites this eco-friendly, family-run site is an experience for the senses. Listen to the gentle chatter of birds singing in the trees and the soothing flow of the brook trickling across the rocky riverbed. This is relaxation in its purest form.

Seren is a Turkmen bentwood yurt made from locally-sourced ash by Henry Dowell. The bentwood yurt gets its name from the distinctive steam-bent ends to the roof poles. The structure is lighter than Eilian, a traditional Mongolian Ger, but equally beautiful and romantic, while its elegant structure is reflected in simple wooden furnishings.

On-site, guests can participate in a variety of courses, including Green Woodworking, Birdwatching and Ring-Making. Further details of the courses can be found below. If you would like to book a course, please call to discuss your options, or liaise with the owner after your booking is confirmed.

The site is well placed to visit Hay on Wye and Ludlow - around 20 miles away - two of the UK's most beautiful towns. These cultural hotspots are renowned for their great collection of independent shops, award-winning eateries and historical buildings. What's more, outings to the Shropshire Hills, Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia are also within easy reach, creating a variety of options for the more adventurous traveller.

However, this is truly a place you won't want to leave, with a huge variety of gorgeous natural wilderness on your doorstep. Amble around the giant redwood and ancient oak woodland and see the spectacular bluebell bloom in spring or take a stroll to the enchanted local waterfall.  This is a site of true natural splendour - a place to completely disengage from the outside world and enjoy life's simple pleasures.

Check-in  2 - 4 pm / Check- out  11 am 

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