Toad Abode

Hertfordshire, England

Toad Abode

If tents aren't your thing, Toad Abode Glamping is proud to bring you Toad's Hut. Hand built by our resident craftsmen here at Toad Abode, Toad's Hut is timber framed and fully insulated from ceiling to floor. Complete with a log burning stove, it's the perfect place for you and a friend to get cosy all year round.

Grounds and nearby

Nearby Ware is set in some of the most beautiful countryside in the Home Counties. There are walks along the River Lea and the New River and along the valleys of the rivers Ash and Rib. The towpath of the River Lea gives access to Nature Reserves on both sides of the town - the Meads between Ware and Hertford and the Amwell Nature Reserve which is now visited and enjoyed by bird-watchers nationwide.

Ware has been described as "one of the oldest, continuously occupied sites in Europe". It grew up beside a ford across the River Lea, carrying the ancient trackway that later became Roman Ermine Street and the Old North Road, the main road of medieval England. ... Kings, abbots and pilgrims stayed in the Ware inns. Evidence of coaching inns are easy to see in the High Street and it is pleasant to walk along the adjacent river, where you can walk to Hertford.