Come for a Hay-cation Holiday in Hay on Wye!
The treetop glamping accommodation in Hay on Wye is as beautiful as it’s riverside location. Thoughtfully positioned safari tents are elevated on stilts so you sleep up in the tree canopy. Combining the rustic eco-friendly practicalities of a campsite, we allow families, friends and couples to enjoy the luxury of a boutique hotel with the comforts of home, under canvas. Each eco-friendly glamping tent has its own en-suite bathroom, complete with hot running water, flushing loo and basin and power showers.
Our treetop glamping site offers luxury accommodation under canvas with all the creature comforts and the wilderness on your doorstep. Come for a holiday and escape from the world.
The Safari Tent Accommodation
By the Wye is a camping holiday with one important difference, the treetop is already pitched when you arrive. Safari tents come with roaring campfires, beautiful beds, sumptuous sofas, running water, flushing toilets, eco-friendly toiletries and fully equipped kitchens. A holiday at By the Wye Treetop Glamping the ultimate in luxury glamping and is enough to tempt even the most reluctant of campers out into the woods on holiday. We have 5 tents sleeping 2-5 guests. Outside the glamping tents is a covered deck area with seating to make the most of the incredible riverside views, there is also a separate picnic table and fire pit for alfresco dining and cooking, except for The Ivy which has a BBQ on the deck instead on a firepit.
By the Wye Treetop Glamping in Hay on Wye is cosy, comfortable and environmentally sustainable being off grid with everything running from Solar Energy and generators. The glamping site is designed to minimise impact on the environment in the surrounding woodland, as such many areas left been left untouched as nature reserves and SSSI’s attracting an abundance of wildlife.
Come for a Hay-Cation
The town of Hay on Wye is a stone’s throw from the campsite. Situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Hay on Wye is famous as the town of books, and for the annual Hay Festival.
Today Hay-on-Wye – or Y Gelli Gandryll as it is known in the Welsh language – is friendly, lively and vibrant and, unsurprisingly for a town with such individuality and literary associations, is twinned with Timbuktu, which itself has the oldest Islamic library in the world.