Dear lovely people, people who have stayed with us in the past or maybe want to stay in the future.
We came to Wrigglebrook 4 years ago and it's been magnificent. We have had 3 years of meeting the most amazing people and managing a pandemic and then a flood. This year (unless frogs or locusts turn up - then we know we are in trouble), we are going to have a bit of rest. We are going to do some different things. Sarah is going to be working from home and that feels great. The road is finally going to be fixed in June. Lots of places need a lick of paint but most of all we need a rest! So this year we are going to sit in the sunshine (we hope), outside the Showman's wagon and have cup of tea and watch the world go by. When we are back, we will let you all know.
Sarah and Justin.
If you are looking for a romantic break or an unusual place to stay, you have come to the right place.
We are situated in the Heart of the Wye Valley in one of Britain's most stunning areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This is glamping for all seasons in magical accommodation. Where every little thing can be provided for you.
The traditional wagons are nestled into a small valley, in about an acre of gardens, adjacent to Wriggles brook. With farm land on one side and wild hillside on the other.
The wildlife is abundant and you may be lucky enough to see such creatures as Otter, Fox, Kingfisher, Peregrine, Sparrowhawk, Buzzards and many more.
The peacefulness of the valley provides a safe haven for human creatures too.
Dogs are welcome, just please let us know in advance.
Hoarwithy is a half a mile down the lane from the Wagons, following the Brook towards the Wye. The New Harp Inn, a cosy local pub, serves local ales and cider, good food and has a very friendly welcome.
The New Harp Inn also houses the village shop, extensively stocked with all the basics and more from fresh meat, cheeses, butter, bacon, milk and eggs, to tins, homebaked bread, fruit and vegetables, even toiletries. They also carry postcards and stamps. The shop is open every day, the same hours as the pub.Read More
The Wye Valley is packed full of interesting walks and bicycle rides, there are canoe's to hire on one of England's few wild River's, 2 golf courses nearby, pony trekking and much more. Or simply stroll less than half a mile, gently downhill, to our village pub!
Hay-on-Wye is renowned for its literary heritage and festival and many book shops and is a 26 mile drive away.
Ross-on-Wye (a much loved market town) is 7 miles away!
Hereford is 8 miles away and is a city with a market town feel.
Perhaps you would rather just chill, light a fire, swing in your hammock, read a book...or do nothing.Read More