Maddle Brook Safari Tent Retreat


  • Enjoy a secluded stay in the gorgeous countryside of England
  • Sit around the fire pit under the stars
  • Reconnect with nature in a luxury safari tent
From £180 per night
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What you'll do

Chill out and enjoy the seclusion and privacy of the Safari tent’s peaceful location, it’s like being on your own island, as the camp is in a bow of the brook and accessed via a small bridge!

A walk through the orchard takes you to your own private picnic and campfire spot on the banks of the river Wye, with easy access for canoes.

There is heaps of room in here for four where you can enjoy family meals at the dinner table or relax on the sofa. There is a solid wooden floor, private double bedroom with an extremely comfortable hand made bed and a separate curtained-off den with bunk-beds.

A log burner is all set and ready to fire up, and the quirky kitchen facilities of this unusual place to stay are functional and fun, just about everything you might need is here.

Miles of private walks, fishing for those that want to try their hand (for an extra charge) and plenty of picturesque local spots to explore if you feel the need to get ‘out and about’.

Your bathroom facilities are only 10 metres away in separate cabin, hot shower, flushing WC and hand-basin with hot and cold water. Shampoo and towels are provided.

Maddle Brook Safari tent is totally off-grid. Heat your tent via log burner, with the wood provided, included on a fair use basis. Lighting via solar and candles all add to the sense of adventure!

There is a lovely large fire pit for sitting around at night, stargazing, which can be used for cooking too.

What's included


  • Essentials (towels, soap, shampoo)
  • One double bed and one set of bunk beds in separate rooms
  • Kitchen with fridge, hob and cooking equipment
  • Dining area with table to seat 4
  • Wood burning stove
  • Private bathroom in separate cabin
Your local host


We offer glamping at four individual camps on our family estate, set on the borders of England and Wales along the Wye Valley. A member of our friendly team is always available to contact during your stay.

We offer glamping at four individual camps on our family estate, set on the borders of England and Wales along the Wye Valley. A member of our friendly team is always available to contact during your stay.


You will be staying in Byford, a beautiful village along the River Wye in Herefordshire. You will be provided with exact location details when you have booked.


What should I bring?

Come prepared for an outdoor adventure! In wet weather, the paths to the sites can get muddy, so appropriate footwear is a must.

Is food provided?

No, food is not provided however you have a kitchen with adequate cooking facilities and a fridge.

Can I bring my dog?

Well behaved dogs are allowed, but please be aware that there may be fields with sheep very nearby. There is a £15 extra charge per dog.

Where do I park ?

You will be met at a meeting point and then guided up to the camp.
Parking is available nearby for winter months and you will be transferred in an appropriate vehicle, or you can follow if you have the car that will get there.
You will be given a brief tour and then left in peace. 

What time is check in and check out?

Check in is any time after 3pm, check out is before 10am.

Can I go fishing?

Fishing is available by arrangement and for an extra charge paid directly to the gamekeeper on the estate.

Does the camp have electricity?

Please be aware that these camps are OFF GRID and there is no normal electricity. We do have solar for light, wood for heat and cooking, gas for cooking and hot water. Each camp has a fully flushing loo and a small solar-powered or gas-powered fridge. There is no wi-fi at the camps and no electricity sockets.

How accessible is the camp?

Access to the camps is complicated but you will be escorted by a lead vehicle. Guests should be aware that they will need to drive off-road. It's all doable in a regular car, but no low-hung sports cars please!

How do I get there?

2 days before arrival, Susie the Manager will contact you to discuss your ETA and also arrange the meeting place (postcode HR4 7JU). From the meeting point you'll be escorted to your campsite/accommodation. *Please note, guest mobile numbers must be given to the host upon booking to ensure an easy meet up.

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