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Accommodation Options

All of our places have hot tubs and fire pits where you can sit in the evenings toasting marshmallows. The meadows surrounding the Hop Garden are full of wildlife including deer, rabbit, pheasants and badger.

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Group Bookings

Exclusive hire of the site is available with use of all our accommodation sleeping 8 people.

What our guests say

  • We had the most wonderful anniversary weekend at Pioneer. Arriving from London on a boiling hot day and in lots of summer traffic; the Kingstone Brewery ales were a wonderful touch! We had perfect blue sky days, and the green canopy of trees gave us beautiful shade and coolness from the heatwave. We loved being able to cook and eat outdoors – the barbecue A-frame grid was great! The interior of Pioneer has been carefully, and thoughtfully planned out. It is cosy and welcoming, and has everything you need. A lovely touch is the trivia games left for guests to enjoy, and we spent our evenings quizzing each other with some after-dinner riddles. We felt like nature’s guests and observed (and heard) beautiful birdlife. It was the perfect city break. The nearby village of Tintern is charming, and the Wye Valley won us over immediately. We would definitely return..


  • It was super relaxing and definitely needed that space away as we currently living with my parents. The hot tub did take a long time to heat up when we checked in and by the time it was ready it was around 9:30pm. I then made it too hot the next day so couldn’t enjoy it as much but equally still a very peaceful environment. The village just down the road is easily accessible with lots to do. There’s plenty of stuff supplied with the accommodation to help you relax.


  • We stayed for two nights on a very cold January weekend. I got the train to Chepstow and ran there along the route Offa’s Dyke path. On arrival, I got the fire on, ready for my wife to arrive. I discovered the imperial stout – a very good post run beer, so I was very happy with that. Had a nice hot bath and heated up a stew for dinner. Next day, we got up early and did a 15 mile circular walk to St Braivals. Had a pint well before 12 but it felt much later, so who’s counting. Walked back along the Wye Valley Path on the other side of the river valley. Was disappointed by the pubs in Tintern. The Rose and Crown did the trick though for a post walk pint. Fire on and baths when we got back in. Tortellini, a glass of wine and an earlyish night. Up and out the next morning well before the 10am checkout time. Went for a 9 mile walk from St Braivals to Redbrook. I may have told my wife it would only be 5 miles, so she earned her Sunday roast that day. A very enjoyable weekend all in all. Will definitely be heading back to the Wye Valley to explore some more.


  • It was so relaxing. We were in a lovely cabin at the top of a field,surrounded by trees in total privacy. We sat outside to have our meals, with a campfire in the evenings. Listening to birds and watching them and the rabbits. Beautiful and peaceful. Half an hour walk from Tintern,a walk along the river Wye. Really comfortable bed. We had a lovely verandah to sit out on with an amazing view and a lovely big tree to sit in the shade of.



Kids & Pets

Children are very welcome. Sorry, no pets.

Cooking Facilities

  • Gas cooker
  • Fridge
  • Private fire pit next to accommodation

Washing Facilities

  • Small shower room with overhead shower in horsebox
  • Flushing toilet

Heating, lighting & bedding

  • All our accommodations have electricity.

Hot Tubs

All of our accommodations have a wood fired hot tub. Initial supply of firewood for the hot tub.