The General’s Hideout

4 Guests    2 Bedrooms    3 Beds    1 Bath

Welcome to the General’s Hideout

This unique amalgamation of real-life military equipment – including an army safari tent, tipi and a bomb shelter bathroom – combine to create this wonderful themed woodland hideaway. The beautifully secluded site sits high on the hillside with breathtaking views of the Herefordshire countryside and offers a whole range of brilliantly themed army zones. Whether you’re looking for a unique romantic getaway or fun-filled family escape this fabulous woodland camp has so much to offer.

The Space

The main living quarters is a genuine ex-military safari tent, which comes complete with two woodburning stoves, Chesterfield sofa, double bedroom and a fully functional kitchen. The super army tipi contains two single beds plus another woodburner, which makes a great second bedroom for kids, friends or another couple.

The bathroom is styled in the form of an air raid shelter, beautifully installed with a shower, toilet and hot running water, while the transparent roof looks up towards the trees protruding into the sky, creating a really magical outdoor experience.

We also have a wonderful wood fired hot tub for guests to use – fabulous in the evening under the stars.

An open plan kitchen tent, with fully recycled army equipment, of course, is perfect for a family feast, while the barbecue and fire-pit outside offers another place to dine amongst the majestic woodland setting.

In addition, the lookout point offers yet one more seating area to enjoy, with mesmerizing views through a clearing in the trees, while a woodland walk mapped out through the trees has been installed with several shooting targets for your own personal firing range. No firearms are provided for safety reasons, but children (and adults too!) are free to bring their own BB guns or water pistols and tuck and roll their way between the undergrowth.

This multi-diverse site is brilliant fun and makes an amazing place to get away for couples or families alike.

Guest Access

You will be met at a prearranged meeting point. Parking is available nearby.

Check-in: Winter months: 3pm / Summer months 4pm. Check-out: 10am

Interaction with guests

There will be someone to call throughout your stay if you have any questions or problems.

Other things to note

There is a gas powered fridge, and solar lighting for the evenings. There is no WiFi available.


Essentials (Towels, Soap, Shampoo)

Well behaved pets welcome Kitchen

Family Friendly Wood Burning Stoves


Booking and Availability

Search available dates and book online below!


“This was an awesome escape for my 7yr old son and his best friend. They loved it…and I think my husband and dog loved it more. Amazing cake had to get a mention too.”

Sara, June 2019


“A really unique glamping experience. Perfect for the young at heart and adventurous kids. The army theme was so well thought out and it was such a quiet spot with amazing views and walks. Tents were surprisingly warm with the log burners, even though it was October. Great hospitality- a lively Victoria sponge and a Bannock bread mix waiting, as well as a pint of milk. Thoroughly enjoyed our weekend.”

Frances, October 2018


“This is an amazing place to stay. I really could not have booked anywhere better for us. We had two children with us, a girl and a boy and they had an amazing time. The trail through the woods gave them hours of amusement and the camp is immaculate. We had everything we needed, and the space was unbelievable. This cam is not just for those that want to ‘play army’ The beds are super comfortable and everything is spotless and clean. If you are lucky enough to stumble onto this place online – just book it! The wildlife around the camp at night is astonishing – deer, badgers and more – right by your tent. “

Philip, September 2018


“Such a fabulous idea and, for us, supremely romantic. We couldn’t have wished for a better venue in which to spend precious time together in splendid isolation. We would visit again at the drop of a hat.”

Fuzz, September 2018