A few days at Two Valleys Retreat is a few days of the most perfect peace and quiet you could wish for. You climb up Burfa Bank to where the canvas lodge sits just outside the treeline and settle into the countryside views without another soul in sight. The landscape is your stunning backdrop everywhere you go. You can fold the walls back or sit out on the deck for a scenic breakfast, cook up a BBQ feast and eat on the bench just up the hill, or fire up the hot tub and watch the stars come out in the region’s incredibly unspoilt skies.
More Than Just a Setting
Staying at Two Valleys Retreat is an experience in itself, but the area is more than just a setting. The woods just behind the tent are rustling and tweeting with wildlife and you might see the resident roe deer out cropping the grass on the hillside and red kites wheeling above. The trails through the trees are good for days of exploring and you’ll soon discover the Iron Age fort of Burfa Wood. For a more lengthy hike, the Offa’s Dyke path runs right across the bottom of the hill and you can follow it for miles or use it to drop you off at The Harp Inn – a dog-friendly pub with great views and food.
Historic Kington, cultured Hay and foodie Ludlow are nearby, there are farm shops to raid for great local produce and a wealth of entertainment from castles to canoeing. There’s also the rare chance to just idle in the countryside, never leaving Two Valleys Retreat, busting out some board games, soaking up the silence and staring at the stars.
A Dream Playground for Youngsters & Older Guests Alike
The surrounding area is a dream playground for youngsters and older guests alike, with acres and acres of meadows, farmland and forests. What better way to leave behind the routine of life in the city than by scrambling up a wooded hillside, taking a long ramble with staggering views, and rounding it off with a quick pint in a brilliant local pub?