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Campsites in Herefordshire

Herefordshire is the historic county with something for everyone. Foodies will revel in market towns with local produce and homebrewed ciders; outdoor enthusiasts will love the breath-taking countryside, angular rock faces and River Wye; and literature-lovers will be right at home with a visit to Hay-on-Wye’s famous bookshops. Bordering Wales, this English county is rich in art, poetry, history and literature with festivals and events to awaken every sense. When it comes to camping, Herefordshire is equally diverse with traditional campsites, luxury glamping and quirky yet brilliant places to pitch a tent or park up a campervan. Whether you want a relaxing riverside retreat, luxury camping for the literary festival or a base for adventure, you’ll find it among our hand-picked Herefordshire camping and glamping sites.

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The Best Campsites in Herefordshire

As one of the most rural and sparsely-populated counties in England, Herefordshire offers perfect country camping and glamping. The beautiful Wye Valley, which curves through the county, is one of its chief attractions. You can walk on the river’s edge, take to the water by canoe or explore the many towns and villages that cling to its banks. There’s Ross-on-Wye with a lofty position over the river, Hereford itself with its gothic cathedral and, just over the border in Wales, Hay-on-Wye, with its famous literary festival, to name just a few. In the north-west of the county, there’s a string of medieval villages which are just as fascinating to explore. But more than anything, Herefordshire is an outdoor lover’s paradise.

Situated on the border of England and Wales, it has protected landscapes in every direction. In addition to the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its southern edge meets the Forest of Dean, the Malvern Hills reach its eastern edge, the Shropshire Hills are to the north and the Brecon Beacons National Park to the west. All are great places to explore and, of course, camp. There are campsites and glamping sites to suit all tastes too; from simple places where adventurous campers can pitch their tents amid all this rural scenery to glamping sites where luxury is second-to-none. The Cool Camping approach to camping does not endorse the old adage that bigger is better. We tend to look for places that offer a special atmosphere, location or a particularly warm welcome: often these are smaller, more independent sites and, thankfully, Herefordshire has plenty of them.

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