Camping in the woods and fields is a great experience for all the family. With a range of outbuildings, plus assorted yurts in a variety of sizes, mostly with wood-burning stoves, Wild Ways is suitable for staging events in all weathers and throughout the year.
Downstairs in the Long House is ample seating around long polished English oak and mulberry tables, made by Garth. This is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends.
Heated by a wood-burning stove, whether it's summer or winter, Theo's room provides an ideal venue for workshops and indoor rituals.
The Henge Yurt is set in one of the lower fields. It makes a wonderful space for gatherings, workshops and dancing.
Wild Ways' ecologically-grounded philosophy of gentle management and sustainable development extends to every aspect of life, including that of waste disposal. As well as the usual recycling of household waste, Wild Ways also provides visitors with dry loos.
After a hard day exploring the woods, what better than a relaxing sauna? this traditional pine-built sauna tucked among the trees.
The Sky Lodge is a yurt-like construction with opening windows, double wooden doors, a wood-burning stove and, yes, carpets!
The Worcestershire -based Cornovii Grove, with the British Druid Order and many fine helpers, have built a 22ft diameter roundhouse. It offers a beautiful, magical venue for retreats, ceremonies, workshops, talks and bardic performances.
The Wild Ways Stone Circle construction was completed in August 2010. It is a 'site specific' circle. This means we have planned the circle to compliment certain stories and features of the area.