Kingstone Brewery is a real hive of activity that comes with all the hustle and bustle you’d expect of a working micro-brewery. You’ll usually find Ed giving tours and talking malts with guests or prepping pizza dough for the wood-fired oven. But fear not! Hop Cabin sits in a quiet and secluded patch at the bottom of the land, so you really get the best of both worlds.
Inside the cabin there’s a comfy double bedroom, a living room, kitchen and an ensuite bathroom with a big bath and plenty of hot water, so you could well just lounge around the woodburner all day and only venture out to stock up on bottles of treacle-coloured ale at the brewery shop. But you might be tempted to hop out again for a tour of the brewery itself, or for an evening of a pasta or bread making – perfect fuel for a canoe trip down the River Wye!
**The on-site bar hosts a monthly wood-fired pizza night. If you’re looking for a lively evening of pizza-eating with other campers, call to find out dates**
**Brambling Cross, a cabin at the very top of the land sleeping two, will be the only other occupied space during your stay but there may be visitors to the brewery and pizza nights**
1 kingsized bed
Space for 1 baby no charge. Please bring own travel cot
Space for 2 adults from £50 per adult per night sleeping in Goldings Shepherd’s Hut
- Private ensuite bathroom with hot shower, bath and flushing loo
Heating, lighting & bedding
- Electric lighting
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Plug sockets available throughout
- Small library of books
Food and Drink
At Kingstone Brewery
There’s a bar & shop on site where they do a great range of Kingstone beer. There is a monthly pizza & beer event on the first Saturday of every month. If you give her some advance notice, Tori can also arrange some supplies ready for when you arrive, or perhaps a chilled bottle of something sparkling!
There’s also the farm shop with cheeses, chutneys and other local bits and pieces.
Going out – a few pubs & restaurants worth a try
The Brockweir Inn in Brockweir – (3 miles) a lovely friendly local pub that serves quality home cooked pub food! The Anchor, Tintern – just beside the grand old Abbey, it is a great setting for a relaxing meal.
The Whitebrook at Whitebrook – perfect for if you are looking for something a bit special for a treat – it’s Michelin starred too!
Wye Valley Hotel, Tintern
Moon and Sixpence, Tintern
Lion Inn Trelleck
Lamb Inn, Clearwell
Wyndham Arms, Clearwell
Boat Inn, Redbrook
A visit to Tintern Abbey is really amazing and once you are on the inside you will be surprised by its size. It is a wonderfully majestic site.
Tintern is also a lovely village to walk around with unusual and fascinating little shops! Tori’s favourite is Stella Books as they have over 30,000 rare or out of print books – you will be bound to find a memorable story there!
For the adventure seeker: there is mountain biking, tree top zip wires, kayaking and wild river swimming! If any of these interest you then Ed & Tori will be happy to let you know all about them.
Clearwell Caves – 4500 Years of mining history in an amazing cave system.
Puzzlewood – magical woodland in the Forest of Dean.
Dean Steam Railway – Dean Forest railway.
A day out at Go Ape! Forest of Dean, 11 miles away, is always recommended for Tarzan swings and epic zip wires.
Ask Ed & Tori for more information on the local area.
- Sleeps 8
- Suitable for children
- +8 bring you own tent
- En-suite bath with shower
- cooking facilities
- own fire pit
CHECK OUT: 10 am
~We had an amazing time at Kingstone Brewery this summer. Probably drank too much of their beer but it was too good not to!!! The accommodation was great, simple and rustic … What you’d expect for glamping… The area is stunning, the hosts just want to make sure you are happy. We did a bread making course with Tori and loved our supper, Ed gave us a tour and tasting through all his ales( which he obviously likes 🙂 ) loved the space…. So relaxing and naturally stunning.