Woodlands Bunkhouse, Glasbury on Wye, Powys, HR3 5LP
Woodlands Bunkhouse is a converted stable in the grounds of Woodlands Centre, a late Regency building, set in 10 acres of grounds. Overlooking the River Wye and with wonderful views of the Black Mountains.
Woodlands is within easy reach of the spectacular limestone area to the south. Nearby is the historic town of Hay on Wye, famous for its vast array of bookshops. With its modern facilities, the Bunkhouse provides comfortable accommodation for families and a variety of groups. With recent renovations increasing the capacity to 22, the ground floor has a well-equipped kitchen and dining room. There are 3 bedrooms on the ground floor, one with en suite facilities and six first floor bedrooms and shared bathroom facilities on both floors. Camping is also available in the grounds. The bunkhouse can arrange courses in outdoor activities which are individually designed to suit groups of all ages and abilities run by their fully qualified instructors.This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
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On the B4350 just through the village of Glasbury accessed via the A438 Brecon road.
Trains to Hereford. A local bus then runs from Hereford to Glasbury on Wye, service 39.
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Overlooking the River Wye and only 4 miles from Hay, Woodlands bunkhouse provides comfortable accommodation for couples, families and groups.
Sleeps up 22 with well-equipped kitchen and dining room and 9 bedrooms, one with en suite facilities. Find out more about the Hay on Wye festival HERE.
Glasbury-on-Wye, home of Woodlands Bunkhouse, is the highest canoe hire point on the River Wye
Glasbury-on-Wye is a great place to start a canoeing holiday on the higher reaches of the River Wye. From Glasbury-on-Wye you can take a half day paddle to Hay-on-Wye ( 5.5 miles) or a full day to the Boat Inn at Whitney-on-Wye ( 11 miles). Or take a multi day trip to Preston on Wye, Hereford, Ross-on-Wye, Symonds Yat, Monmouth and ultimately Chepstow.
Lôn Las Cymru runs for over 250 miles down the whole length…
Up for a challenge?
Lôn Las Cymru runs for over 250 miles down the whole length of Wales from Holyhead to Chepstow or Cardiff. It can be broken down into shorter traffic free and challenging sections and is said to be on of the toughest long distance routes on the National Cycle Network. Find out more about this brilliant route here. If you’re interested in this route, we are the ideal stop over destination. We are set in 10 acres of grounds and are overlooking the stunning River Wye, just give us on a call on 01497 847272.