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Escape to nature





Nature & nurture

Medley Meadow is a family run glamping and conservation site set in 9 acres of natural meadows and woodland glades. We are nestled in the rolling Monmouthshire countryside between the Wye Valley and the Brecon Beacons National Park.


A haven for our guests as well as the wildlife, escape the stresses of modern life and get back in touch with nature. Surrounded by ancient indigenous trees, experience the outdoor life and hear the calls of the wild with all the comfort and convenience of home. We have just four safari tents and a restored train cabin. Perfect for relaxing and unwinding during the day and star gazing by the fire at night. 

With award winning pubs, castles, canals, vineyards and fantastic hill walks on our doorstep, we are set in the perfect spot to explore the great outdoors.

Family friendly

Dog friendly

Eco friendly

Private bathrooms

Fire pits

Small & secluded

"A perfect location for a little getaway. Couldn’t fault anything with the host or accommodation. Would 100% recommend and stay again" - Sep 2020


Safari tents

Luxurious, private & spacious. Each tent has everything you need to relax and unwind and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. With just four screened-off safari tents, our large, central field is surrounded by ancient oaks, ash, alder and willow trees. The field gently slopes away towards the sun in the south with views of the rolling hills beyond the treeline.

Safari tent

Your stay

Everything you need to know about your stay and how to find us. What's included, what's nearby and a few hints and tips on what to bring with you.

Cooking & eating in

Cook and eat inside in the fully equipped kitchen and dining area, barbecue on the fire pits or grab a takeaway. Eat al fresco on the deck or feast at one of our picnic spots dotted around the meadows.

Image by Tuân Nguyễn Minh

Pubs & eating out

Cosy, country pubs with roaring fires to Michelin Starred restaurants. Discover some of our favourite local spots to relax with a drink in a beer garden or tuck in to hearty meals and fine cuisine.

Things to do

Explore the nature trails in the meadows, enjoy a dusk wildlife watch or venture out and discover castles, abbeys, vineyards and more. Walk the hills, cycle the National Park, discover historic towns and villages and fun days out with the family.



Check out some of the photographs taken around the meadows over the changing seasons.


Naturally restored meadows, wetland habitats, wooded glades, natural springs, babbling brooks. Rich in wildlife. We take our conservation very seriously.

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