Our unique glamping in Herefordshire experience is designed to deliver the ultimate in rest and relaxation. With stunning views of the surrounding countryside and all the creature comforts you could possibly desire, we’re confident you will have a glamping holiday to remember.
Each of our domes is strategically positioned to soak up the stunning views across Herefordshire. On a clear day, you can see across the Malvern Hills and as far as the Cotswolds.
Glamping in Herefordshire with breathtaking views at every turn is perfect for that well-deserved getaway to the countryside.
We have four luxury domes available, each named after their unique view of Herefordshire countryside.
Each dome is designed for absolute luxury, with a private outdoor area for relaxing and taking in the views either from the comfort of a sun lounger or from your own private hot tub. Yes, thats right, this is not just glamping in Herefordshire, this is glamping in Herefordshire with a hot tub.
Inside each dome are all the luxury comforts you would expect from a 5-star hotel, only with a better view. Including all the amenities you could possibly imagine, such as a double bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table, open wardrobe, table and chairs, log burner, TV, power sockets, and lighting.
If you have ever been to Herefordshire then it needs no introduction, from rolling hills and countryside to quaint towns and villages, there is always something new to explore.
To help you with your exploration we’ve put together some information on Herefordshire, it’s surrounding areas and some of the most popular activities our guests have enjoyed. With everything from local walks and mountain biking to explore the countryside, the nearby towns of Bromyard and Leominster and their national trust properties, to local pubs and restaurants offering the very best food and drink from the area.
Your next herefordshire glamping adventure is just a click away.
Visit our “Things To Do” section for a full list of all the activities available to you during your stay at Redhill Holidays. With everything from local walks, in dome massages, and body treatments to local days out, we’ve got it all.
For more information on local amenities including local shops and pubs and the local towns please keep reading.
Take advantage of your fully equipt kitchen and fire up the BBQ or cook an evening meal under the stars.
The closest shop during your stay is Whitbourne Village Shop which sources a range of locally produced foods and is run by volunteers, with all profits going back into the community.
Or try Legges of Bromyard, suppliers of quality local meat for the BBQ, and the Redhill breakfast pack.
Alternatively, there is a Co-Op in Bromyard just 6 miles away and a little further afield Worcester and Hereford both have a wide variety of supermarkets and convenience stores.
The Fox and Hounds at Lulsley, recently refurbished by Tom and Emily, has lovely local food in a great pub atmosphere.
The Baiting House, Upper Sapey is nestled in glorious Herefordshire countryside and offers a great dining experience.
An 18th-century pub in the middle of Bringsty Common, Herefordshire is a great pub to have lunch over the weekend.
Located in Martley, a lovingly refurbished 17th-century inn renowned for its fine country cooking.
The Royal Oak at Broadwas on Teme offers a superb carvery daily as well as pub classics.
The Talbot at Knightwick – Has its own brewery and hosts beer festivals throughout the year.
Visit Bromyard to experience a traditional small town with a modern twist!
Walk the Heritage Trail, and see all of the different styles of buildings in this quaint market town – including half-timbered inns and galleries.
Browse through shops, have a coffee while you explore, or check out the local pubs and restaurants for some great food!
The medieval and Tudor architecture in Leominster is still very much present, with many narrow streets that have half-timbered houses.
There are also Georgian-era terraces found on Church Street or Etnam street which were built during this time period. The Black & White village trail leads you around some of these villages including Mortimer Country where visitors can explore an old coaching inn known for its ghost stories!
Herefordshire is perhaps best known for its cider, which is made from apples grown in the county. It is also great for cycling, hiking, and fishing. Redhill Holidays is the perfect place to stay if you want to enjoy all that Herefordshire has to offer. With luxury glamping domes situated in some of the most beautiful scenery in Herefordshire, we provide everything you need for a relaxing and enjoyable break away from home.