PLACES TO STAY

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PRIEST CHAM­BERS, LINTON, HERE­FORD­SHIRE

Ly­ing just out­side the AONB, this 600-year-old cot­tage has two sit­ting rooms with wood­burn­ing stoves, a spa­cious kitchen-diner and three bed­rooms. Ex­posed beams, colour­ful rugs and an­tique fur­ni­ture give plenty of char­ac­ter through­out. From £530 per week (wye val­ley­hol­i­day­cottages.co.uk).

MAD DOGS & VIN­TAGE VANS, BRAMPTON ABBOTTS, HERE­FORD­SHIRE

Choose from three beau­ti­fully fur­nished old car­a­vans and a mil­i­tary wagon in a wild-flower meadow at this glamp­ing site, which looks out onto the Black Moun­tains. Open from early May to the end of Oc­to­ber. From £140 for a two-night mid­week stay (mad­dogsand­v­in­tagevans.co.uk).

TU­DOR FARM­HOUSE, CLEAR­WELL, GLOUCES­TER­SHIRE

The 20 rooms of this chic For­est of Dean ho­tel are mod­ern coun­try in style. Soak in a roll­top bath be­fore feast­ing on a break­fast in­clud­ing fresh eggs from hens in the or­chard. Dou­ble B&B from £130 (tu­dor­farm­house­ho­tel.co.uk).

WHILE YOU’RE IN THE AREA…

An­other lovely thing about the Wye Valley is that it’s just an hour’s drive from the beau­ti­ful Ge­or­gian city of Bath. Not only home to the Royal Cres­cent, Pa­rade Gar­dens and iconic Ro­man Baths, this UNESCO World Her­itage Site is also the lo­ca­tion of Coun­try Liv­ing’s first ho­tel. With beau­ti­ful rooms full of de­sign de­tails cho­sen by the CL team, plus a charm­ing li­brary and restau­rant serv­ing de­li­cious lo­cal food, stay­ing at the Coun­try Liv­ing Lan­sdown Grove Ho­tel feels just like you’ve stepped into the pages of the magazine. To find out more or book, go to coun­tryliv­ingho­tels.com.

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