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Radnor Forest

Radnor Forest is famous for Water-break-its-neck Waterfall , which is etched into the Jurassic landscape of the woodland. Local girl Ellie Goulding, who grew up in Lyonshall, was schooled in Kington and went to Hereford Sixth Form College, filmed parts of her Your Song video at the waterfall, as well as Hereford train station!


The waterfall is located in Warren Wood, and is just 6 miles away from Hush Hush Glamping in Kinnerton. The wood was named after the labyrinth of rabbit warrens that kept the locals fed for centuries. Beeches, oaks and conifers planted in the 1800s provide immense scenery and fascinating walking trails meandering through the trees.


Legend tells that Radnor forest is home to the last dragon in Wales, who sleeps undisturbed in the forest. A ring of churches built around the forest, each dedicated to St Michael (the angel who defeated the dragon), are said to contain the sleeping dragon... 

Stay in our Award Winning Glamping for Grown-ups 

Featured in The Daily Mail as one of the five best farm stay holidays across the UK and The Telegraph as one the best back-to-nature UK breaks, Hush Hush Glamping provides the most scenic setting for a digital detox, as well as the ideal glamping base to explore the Radnor Forest! 


Set within a 90-acre farm in mid Wales, Hush Hush Glamping provides the perfect place to truly relax and unwind. Located at 1,300ft above sea level, Hare’s Form overlooks the spectacular Radnor Valley and Black Mountains in company of friendly alpacas, sheep, red kites and the occasional deer. Sleep under the stars and wake up to nature in this stunning dark sky area.

A 10-minute walk on foot through our fields from Hush Hush Glamping takes you straight into the Radnor Forest. Or, hop in the car for a 15-minute journey to Warren Wood, the home of Water-break-its-neck Waterfall.