Discover the best holiday ideas for the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean! There's something for everyone staying at one of BHHL homes: Explore picturesque landscapes, visit iconic attractions, and enjoy exciting activities for all ages, even for your dog! Find inspiration for your trip with our blogs, including:
- Tintern Abbey: Marvel at the ruins of this medieval monastery
- Symonds Yat: Stunning viewpoint, rock climbing, and canoeing
- Puzzlewood: Enchanting ancient forest, perfect for family outings
- Monmouth: Charming market town, explore historic sites and independent shops
- Wye Valley Walk: 136-mile trail showcasing the area's natural beauty Plan your perfect Wye Valley adventure today!
Immerse your group in the tranquility and adventure of the Wye Valley with our spacious holiday homes, the perfect group accommodation. Nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes, these accommodations provide an inviting retreat, complete with ample space and comfortable amenities. Experience the region's natural wonders, whether through thrilling canoe trips on the River Wye or enchanting hikes through rich biodiversity. After your day of exploration, unwind in our homes' welcoming sanctuary, blending privacy and shared spaces. Moreover, discover the charming towns and savor local flavors, creating cherished memories. Choose our holiday homes for your unforgettable group getaway in the stunning Wye Valley.
Escape the mundane and immerse yourself in a weekend of fun family celebration at one of our big house rentals. Uniquely suited for large families, these houses are not just accommodation but spaces where timeless memories are crafted. Explore the charm and history of 'The Anchor', the tranquillity of 'River Wye Lodge', and the elegance of 'Pencraig Court'. From cocktail-making to heartfelt conversations, experience the magic of togetherness that transforms a simple stay into an unforgettable family break. Welcome to your home-away-from-home where laughter echoes, stories are shared, and bonds are strengthened.
Hereford is renowned for it's cider making and anyone visiting the area should make time to discover all the different types that are on offer in this beautiful area. Happily there are professional tours and visits that you can book for your holiday, or you can use the many trails that you can take on foot or by bicycle to immerse yourself in the glorious countryside while tasting the delicious tipples.
Discover Abergavenny, a picturesque town tucked away in the south eastern corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by the majestic Black Mountains, this charming destination offers a rich history, vibrant local food scene, and countless outdoor activities. Lets explore Abergavenny's allure, unveiling the top attractions and experiences that await you in this enchanting corner of Wales.
If you're a dog owner, you know that there's nothing quite like the joy of exploring the great outdoors with your four-legged friend. The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean are ideal destinations for dog walkers looking for picturesque routes, breathtaking landscapes, and a wealth of history. In this blog, we'll take you through some of the most spectacular dog walking trails in the area, complete with maps to guide you on your adventures. Remember to keep your pooches on a lead where needed
Picture this: a big, beautiful holiday home nestled in the heart of the Wye Valley, surrounded by lush forests and rolling hills. It's the perfect setting for a large family get-together, with everyone from toddlers to grandparents joining in on the fun. But as idyllic as it may be, you know the real challenge will be keeping those ever-elusive teenagers entertained and engaged during your stay. Don’t worry, we’re giving you a comprehensive guide to activities in the area with a special focus on activities sure to captivate even the pickiest of teens. So, grab a cup of tea, settle in, and let us lead the way as we explore the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean activities to keep those teenagers smiling (yes, it's possible!).