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Fishing Hut

  • Herefordshire, England
  • Open all year
  • From GBP £150 per night
  • Cabins
  • Sleeps up to 4 guests in 1 units
  • Log Fired Hot Tub
  • Pizza Oven, Gas BBQ, Fire Pit
  • Private Secluded Site
  • On the River
Booking Enquiry

“An off-grid luxury riverside cabin with hot tub in a wonderful private setting, right on the banks of the River Wye in Herefordshire.”

Description of Fishing Hut

A wonderful private setting right on the River Wye, with comfortable beds and cosy sitting room.

Sit on the huge deck watching the swans swim by or do some fishing, this is glamping at its very best!

Outdoor cooking options abound from gas BBQ to Firepit to Pizza oven, or take a stroll with a along your own river bank to your own private picnic spot.

Light up the hot tub and amaze at the view with a glass of champagne and you will feel you have arrived in heaven.

Accommodation Highlights

Fishing Log Cabin
  • 1 Unit
  • Sleeps: 4 Persons + 2 extra bed(s)
  • Toilets (Private) , Showers (Private)
  • Towels(Yes) and Bedding(Yes)
  • Self Catering

This is an off-grid luxury riverside cabin which sleeps four +2 on sofa bed.

Communal Areas

  • None, everything is private

Shared Amenities

  • None, everything is private

What to bring?

  • Basic Provisions

Bring clothes appropriate to the season, food and drink and a sense of adventure.

Contact Fishing Hut

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Camp details
  • Katherine Cotterell
  • Herefordshire, England
  • 01981 590 227
  • Camp Fires Allowed
  • Child Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
  • Large Groups
  • Wheelchair Access

Fishing Hut has advertised on Go Glamping since:

September 11, 2017

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Locations

Europe: Croatia, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales