Glamping Herefordshire, West Midlands, England
Enjoy the view from a wood-fired hot tub

Many people choose to stay in the UK to holiday & Hot Tub Breaks are becoming ever more popular. Herefordshire is located in the West Midlands; we are on the border with Wales in the county of Hereford, a place rich in tradition and a cathedral city, no less.

A romantic retreat and place to relax. Take a rest from your hectic busy life. Our gorgeous Swedish-style hot tub offers the ideal places to stay to recharge your batteries and restore some much-needed calm and tranquillity.

Recline in the shepherd’s hut exclusive wood-fired hot tub, while soaking up exquisite views of Hay Bluff, watching the sun go down over the beautiful countryside while something sizzles on the BBQ. By the time you get home, you’ll feel like a new person! 

Holidays with a Private Hot Tub

Luxury Hot Tub Glamping is a real glamping experience in a Shepherd’s Hut with stunning views of the countryside. A Romantic getaway & location to Unwind.

Perfect hideaway for a romantic break or when you need to holiday from the stress of ordinary life.

Discover one of the most amazing hot tub places to stay in the great outdoors. Located in the West Midlands nestled in the heart of the UK countryside in Herefordshire close to the Welsh border, our guests select us for a private experience for two people, a romantic weekend away or a longer glamping adventure.

As you roll out of the king-sized bed and swing back the top half of the stable door, you get a distinct farmhouse feel from the  shepherd’s hut and its exclusive, wood-fired hot tub.

Inside is all warmth and wood, outside the fields stretch away from your door and you’re likely to be greeted by the free range hens and maybe some curious sheep. Ask Sarah and Charlie to introduce you to the menagerie, or for a tour of the incredible gardens, which featured on the cover of the Royal Horticultural Society magazine.

Wilder scenery awaits on the hiking trails of the Black Mountains, kayak adventures down the river Wye or pony treks (not on the Shetlands) through the hills around the farm. Make a stop on the way home at one of Hay or Ludlow’s many great eateries, including your hosts’ favourite pub, The Griffin. With the woodburner lit, end the day listening for the owls and the sounds of the countryside settling down for the night

The Shepherd’s Hut 2019 Rates

Sunday to Thursday night is £100/night.
Friday & Saturday night is £120/night.
Minimum 2 nights stay.

The Shepherd’s Hut 2020 Rates

£130 per night.
Minimum 2 nights stay.

Glamping in Herefordshire Glamping in West Midlands

Hot tub weekend breaks are for relaxing, so why not chill out with a hot tub break for 2? The shepherd’s hut comes with your own private wood-fired hot tub to gently unwind in. 

As hot tubs go, the tub at Midland Farm is one of the best! The hygienic, easy-to-clean liner ensures the heat is retained, and because the wood burner is sited outside the hot tub there is no loss of room, making our tub a generous size for two people.

Add the wow factor to your holiday with your very own private hot tub – just add a glass of something bubbly to set the perfect scene. 

Hereford Shepherd's Hut Holidays

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Booking Your Holiday

If you prefer not to book online then call us on 01544 318 575 or email

Check-in is from 4.00pm. Check-out is by 10.00am. 

Hot Tub holiday FAQs

Relaxing your muscles or improving circulation taking a soak can have some physical benefits. However, if you have a known respiratory or circulatory problem it can be dangerous so its always best to exercise caution. Taking a bath outside under the stars has a psychological value.

The advantages of being in a hot tub can include improving your sleeping relieving stress and tension and lowering your blood pressure. In combination with glamping outdoors and getting back to nature, the benefits cannot be understated. If you where given the choice what would you prefer? Wild swimming in the river for an invigorating icy cold dip or holding a glass of something nice without the shivering?

It’s a personal preference, the goal is to relax. The right hot tub is around 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit). Many hot tubs have a thermometer floating around to monitor its increase. Hot tubs can heat unevenly so it’s important to stir the water as the heat rises to the top. There may be cold water down at the bottom. You don’t want a tepid lukewarm tub, so ensure you mix the colder water at the bottom with the hotter surface water then when you take the plunge your tub will be lovely and warm.
You have to plan ahead a littler as it can take around 3 hours to really get your hot tub up to the ideal temperature, so its important to ensure you get the fire started early, a good time is around 5pm if your planning to take a dip after dinner. This time can vary due to the size of the tub, the ambient temperature of the water before hand or what the weather is like outside. Celebrate the beginning of the new year, or the winter months even if snow begins to fall, get in early before its fully booked.
It’s not recommended and you should avoid hot tubs throughout your pregnancy owing to the high temperatures. Taking a swift dip may distress your baby, so it’s best to be cautious. Not to worry though, as there are so many other things to do while glamping, like enjoying the natural environment, relaxing by the open fire, or just having a drink with someone in the hot tub.
Children under the age of five should not go in a hot tub. It can be a safety issue owing to the water depth of water, the water temperature is a safety risk even if you consider the water depth to not be a safety issue for your child.

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