Nestled in Wye Valley, close to the River Severn, NDAC Wooden Wigwams invites travellers to enjoy camping based on accommodation in wooden wigwams. Surrounded by natural beauty, the site provides easy access to various outdoor activities such as horse riding and cycling or something more adventurous, like climbing, mountain biking and scuba diving.
Standard Wigwams boast hospitality trays with complimentary tea and coffee, kettles, electric sockets, heating, as well as stone base fire pits and barbecue facilities. Communal shower and toilet facilities are available on site.
Deluxe Wigwams come complete with bedding, kitchens and cooking facilities, TVs, and hospitality trays and boast shower facilities with complimentary toiletries, as well as outdoor private decked areas.
Overlooking the Chepstow quarry, the View Cafe Bar serves up a selection of meals which can be complemented with beers, wines or freshly ground coffee.
Groupon’s Guide To The Wye Valley
Located at the border between England and Wales, the Wye Valley is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is famous for its protected landscapes, woodlands and archaeological heritage.
Extending a welcome to intrepid anglers and ramblers alike, this area beckons with nature reserves including the deserted village of Lancaut, part of the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.
Visitors can take a trip to the town of books, Hay-on-Wye, or take advantage of the 18 holes on one of the golf courses in the area. With the Welsh border and the Brecon Beacons just a skip away, guests can get their hike on with one of the many country walks and bracing hilltops to triumph over.