Camp Hillcrest Bunkhouse, Camp Hillcrest, The Common, St Briavels, Gloucestershire GL15 6SH

Call Corinna on 01594 531220 or 07919 385886

Quirky Bunkhouse in the Wye Valley

Quirky, funtastic bunkhouse in the beautiful Wye Valley just off Offa's Dyke.

Camp Hillcrest Bunkhouse has so much to offer walkers, outdoor enthusiasts and the young at heart. Sleeping 16 across 3 rooms the bunkhouse can be booked by the bed, the room or for your group's sole use. There's a well-equipped kitchen & communal lounge with a log burner. For your entertainment in the evenings there's a pool table and a fab cinema screen. Outside in the 2 acres of grounds you'll be amazed at the range of facilities on offer, as well as the stunning views. Enjoy the giant wood-fired hot tub, the covered skate park, the high rope course, the fire pit and pizza oven, not to mention the menagerie of animals that delight their young visitors. (Please note there is an extra charge for some of these).

Other things to note: Group bookings only at weekends. Mid-week bookings during term-time won't have access to the site between 10am & 2 pm.

Dogs welcome. Breakfast & meals can be provided by prior arrangement. Please enquire for help with local canoe & mountain bike hire, River Wye swim tours and other activities.

Extra accommodation on site can be booked together with the bunkhouse or separately. Choose from: a converted horsebox with two doubles. A self-contained flat with one double, one king, one bunk & two sofa beds or camping in the grounds.
Quirky bunkhouse in the Wye valley just off Offa’s Dyke. Sleeping 16 in 3 rooms, it can be booked by the bed, the room or sole use. The perfect base for walkers, cyclists, outdoor enthusiasts & the young at heart. Enjoy the pool table, cinema screen and 2 acres of grounds with hot tub, skate park, high rope course, fire pit, pizza oven and animals. Camping, flat and converted horse box also available.
Quirky, funtastic bunkhouse in the beautiful Wye Valley just off Offa's Dyke.

Camp Hillcrest Bunkhouse has so much to offer walkers, outdoor enthusiasts and the young at heart. Sleeping 16 across 3 rooms the bunkhouse can be booked by the bed, the room or for your group's sole use. There's a well-equipped kitchen & communal lounge with a log burner. For your entertainment in the evenings there's a pool table and a fab cinema screen. Outside in the 2 acres of grounds you'll be amazed at the range of facilities on offer, as well as the stunning views. Enjoy the giant wood-fired hot tub, the covered skate park, the high rope course, the fire pit and pizza oven, not to mention the menagerie of animals that delight their young visitors. (Please note there is an extra charge for some of these).

Other things to note: Group bookings only at weekends. Mid-week bookings during term-time won't have access to the site between 10am & 2 pm.

Dogs welcome. Breakfast & meals can be provided by prior arrangement. Please enquire for help with local canoe & mountain bike hire, River Wye swim tours and other activities.

Extra accommodation on site can be booked together with the bunkhouse or separately. Choose from: a converted horsebox with two doubles. A self-contained flat with one double, one king, one bunk & two sofa beds or camping in the grounds.

This accommodation is featured on our map of Central England and Shropshire and here is its own website.

Availability

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Details

  • Beds & Rooms:

    28:Bunkhouse 16: 1x8,1x5,1x3. Flat 8. Horsebox 4. Plus camping.
  • Open:

    All year
  • Price per night:

    Bunkhouse: Weekends £100+£30pp, midweek £25pp. Horsebox: w/e £80, m/w £60. Flat: w/e £80, m/w £60 (2 guests) extra guests £25pp. Pets £4
  • Directions:

    The easiest way is to put Camp Hillcrest on Google maps. It is the highest property on the common, look out for big metal gates and a big polytunnel.
  • Public Transport :

    Closest train stations are Chepstow and Lydney. There is a regular bus, the 69 from Chepstow or Monmouth that takes you to Brockweir. One hour walk from there all call us we maybe able to help. Very minimal bus service from St Briavels village from Coleford and Chepstow.
  • Walks :

    Offas Dyke Path Trans Euro Trail Wye Valley Walk
This accommodation is featured on the following pages
National Landscape Eco Hostels Close to a Pub Dog Friendly Bunkhouses Individuals welcome Camping Hostels with firepits and campfires Accessible to disabled people Hostels with Camping Pods or Glamping Featured on David Attenborough Wild Isles BBC program Accommodation for Cyclists Breakfast Evening Meals Stag and Hens Discount for Sustainable Travel Mid Wales & Welsh Borders

This accommodation is available at the following peak times

Available May Day Bank Holiday 2024 Available Spring Bank Holiday or Half Term 2024 Available August Bank Holiday 2023 Available October Half Term 2024 Available for Christmas 2023 Available New Year 2024 / 2025 Available February Half Term 2025 Available Easter 2025

Facilities

aMixed dormitories
bSingle sex dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
rAccessibility features
dBedding provided
gFully heated
mMeals available (with notice)
nBreakfast available (with notice)
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
'Bike/equipment store (lockable)
iDrying room
jShowers
[WiFi
ZDogs by arrangement

r Accessibility Info

Care has been taken at Camp Hillcrest to make this quirky, fun-loving bunkhouse as accessible as possible. ..Click for photos and more

Map

Map showing the location of Camp Hillcrest Bunkhouse

News & Offers from Camp Hillcrest Bunkhouse

Wye Valley National Landscape / Tirwedd Cenedlaethol Dyffryn Gwy

April 4th 2024

At the heart of the Wye Valley National Landscape flows the river Wye, which has created one of the finest lowland landscapes in Britain. In the north, the river flows through softly rolling countryside across the Hereford plain. Downstream from Ross-on-Wye the river races over rapids and through stunning gorges. The Wye marks the boundary between England and Wales, and the route of Offas ancient defenses can still be seen along the landscape. Offas Dyke long-distance park and the Wye Valley Walk provide great walking routes and a way to view the landscape. High above the Wye, just off Offa’s Dyke and close to St Briavels Castle, the quirky bunkhouse at Camp Hillcrest offers access to the national landscape by providing good value hostel-style accommodation. It can be booked by the bed, by the room or for sole use of the whole bunkhouse.

canoeing on the river Wye
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It’s a first: A hostel with it’s own skate park!

March 30th 2023

If you love the quirky things in life, you’ll love Camp Hillcrest. There’s an indoor & an outdoor skate park, a wood-fired hot tub (you pay extra for this, but it’s well worth it) and a friendly relaxed atmosphere where chickens & dogs run free and the resident pigs are there to be stroked. Top this up with fabulous views, a stunning setting and great hosts and you’ve found the place where everyone, whatever their age, will love to stay.

Choose to stay in the bunkhouse, you can book by the bed or the room, or book the whole place.  Alternatively, there’s the converted horsebox, the self-contained flat or you can camp in the grounds.  Why not book everything, father friends and/or family and have a fun-filled get-together?

Skate park
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Outside of the bunkhouse with a garden chess set

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