A great base for outdoor adventure, the Burrow is available for family and friends year round.
The Burrow Family Camping
The burrow is a unique building, set into the hillside. Behind those huge front doors you’ll find an open plan central area. To the rear is the kitchen area, comprising a sink with cold running water and worktops, with a four-burner inset gas-hob. The wood-burning stove adds a warm homely touch.. Tables and benches in the centre provide a dinning and social space.
Winter evenings will be chilly, but the wood burner is a lovely focal point. Sit and chat, play games and enjoy a nice warm cup of hot chocolate.
Along each side canvas panels form the bedroom areas, each with several bunk beds. You’ll need to bring your own sleeping bags and bedding. The Woodburner is the only heating, so do keep in mind you’ll want warm PJs and sleeping bags for a cosy night.
For a truly outdoor experience the whole roof can slide back into the hillside, letting in the sun or giving you a great view on a starry night.
Please bring with you all that you need for your stay. Lighting on site is limited so a torch is essential although The Burrow itself does have solar lighting. You’ll also need to bring along your own toilet roll and soap.
While indoors and out of the worst of the weather the burrow can be draughty and is heated by the wood burner. You’ll need warm clothes and bedding for your visit.
Campfires are welcomed in the existing fire pits, please include firewood in your booking at a cost of £10 per night.
Please do not forage for wood in the surrounding forest and DO NOT attempt to light any fires within the woods.
The forest is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and needs to be protected.
Ensure that BBQs are kept of the ground. Bricks are available if needed.
Please note that there is no reliable mobile phone signal on site. Network signal is available at the King Arthur’s Cave car park, at the top of the access track.
Please note that there is no shower in the burrow and no access to any of the other toilet blocks on site over the winter months.
Access to the site is not suitable for caravans or motor homes. We do not have hard standing pitches, chemical toilet disposal or electric hook up.
Only registered assistance dogs will be allowed to camp, or stay in any of the buildings at Biblins.
The only permissible access to the River Wye, from Biblins Camp Site, is via the Canoe Launch facility. This is for access to the river in boats only and is NOT to be used for swimming. At all other locations the bank and shore of the River are in private ownership and access is NOT permitted. This includes the beach area, downstream of the bridge.
Campers are asked to keep to our quite time, from 10pm – 7:am. No amplified music is permitted at any time.