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Looking For A Getaway This Summer? Why not try Glamping
It’s getting to that time of year where we’re all thinking about our yearly summer holiday. However, with the Government guidelines still warning against non-essential travel and isolation rules making most travel impractical, the chance of having a summer holiday abroad is very far away. In fact, it seems more and more likely that 2020 will be the year of not straying too far away from home.
So, if you’ve already done the ‘all-inclusive, beach getaway holiday’, why not make this summer the year you rediscover the countryside? With lockdown forcing families to venture closer to home for their summer holiday, Wye Valley glamping might be the perfect retreat.
Where to go glamping?
Glamping is a great way to experience the outdoors without having to sacrifice on luxury. It’s, in other words, the more glamorous version of camping where you don’t have to worry about cramping in tents and sleeping on the less-than-uncomfortable ground. With stunning mountain views, idyllic rivers and acres of space, Wye Valley is a hidden gem for glamping - you’ll be spoilt for things to do.
Situated in the heart of Herefordshire, you’ll find White House on Wye; a luxury glamping site set on a small apple cider orchard. With starry nights, beautiful scenery and nature right on your doorstep, it’s a great place to escape to the piece and quiet.
The retreat itself has 5 tipis all spaced away from each other to give you the ultimate privacy, as well as being fully accommodated to give you the most luxury stay. Relax in the evening under the stars and spend the day exploring the great outdoors by, either, canoeing down the river Wye; walking through Wye Valley or locating the secret pebble beach.
During these COVID times, there couldn’t be a safer holiday than glamping; it gives you the freedom you deserve while staying respectful to the Government guidelines.
The beauty of glamping is that the sites are often located in secluded areas. The lack of tourists gives you the perfect opportunity to stay safe while relaxing in the Wye Valley countryside. Better yet, the White House on Wye tipis are totally private and well-spaced out, making them ideal for a socially-distanced holiday. Even the day-to-day activities - canoeing, hiking, fishing - means that you can enjoy the rural outdoors without breaking the 2-metre-distance rule.
For those who are looking to have a break from it all; want to go on a well-deserved holiday or just simply need a change of scenery, you can rest assured that you’ll have a safe and luxury glamping trip.
So, the only thing left to decide is...when’s the trip?
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