Wye Valley Tipi & Bell tent camps

Our tipis are traditional Crow Indian style tents, they are handmade locally and a pleasure to spend time in. Small fires are possible in a central fireplace giving a nice warmth and ambience. Each group has their own outside fireplace with some rustic wood benches around and a picnic table. Our Bell tents are really nice Soulpads and provide excellent sleeping accommodation.

Our Monmouth meadow group site

Our site is a lovely, clean, tidy meadow site on the riverside on the edge of Monmouth, next to the A40 access is easy. It's just 10 minutes walk into the town along the river where there are plenty of pubs, restaurants and shops . Facilities are portable toilets and a single hot shower unit, these are regularly serviced, our Useful Info & Map(see below) shows the location of the site, walking route to town, the canoe centre and includes locations of shops.

Our Tipi & Bell tent camp setup options:

SIMPLE Camping setup: coconut matting, sheepskins.

Capacity 5 per tent: 1 tipi for each group plus bell tents. Ex a group of 5 will have 1 tipi, a group of 14 will have 1 tipi, 2 bell tents.

Cost £38pp for 1 night, £58pp for 2 nights, minimum 4 people

COMFORT Camping Tipis: coconut matting, sheepskins, luxury sleeping mats, comfy yoga floor chairs, fire grate, fire kettle and an outdoor shelter per group.

Capacity 5 per tent plus a dedicated communal tipi: 1 tipi for each group plus bell tents. Ex a group of 5 will have 1 communal tipi with yoga chairs and 1 bell tent with sleeping mats, a group of 14 will have 1 communal tipi with yoga chairs, 3 bell tents with sleeping mats.

Cost £55pp for 1 night, £79pp for 2 nights, minimum 4 people

DIY BBQ deliveries: Please see menu for our excellent DIY BBQ delivery service, an evening setup is £14pp, breakfast is £8pp. Minimum order £100 for this service.

What to bring on your tipi camping adventure

To be well prepared for your tipi experience the best thing is to come prepared for camping, excluding your tent.

Remember: it's unusual for it to be warm at night when camping in the UK!

You should bring:

Clothes

Clothes

Bring waterproofs, spare clothes, spare shoes in case you get wet and warm clothes for the evening outside. Waterproof shoes are perfect if the grass is wet from dew or rain.
Sleeping Bag & Mat

Sleeping Bag & Mat

It's cold at night when camping, if you only have a thin sleeping bag bring a blanket too. Mats are included with COMFORT Tipis
Torch

Torch

Important, there are ropes, poles, benches and wolves to catch you out at night!
Water Bottle

Water Bottle

Each group is provided with water on their pitch each day in 25L containers for convenience as the water source is a little distance away.
Cooking Kit

Cooking Kit

To make a brew or cook with. If you are having a Diy BBQ Breakfast delivery the tea and coffee will only be available at breakfast time as the setup will be collected for cleaning after.