Traditional Orchards and Magical Woodlands
The name Haugh, which is pronounced “Hoff” is derived from the name of a Saxon owner. Indicating that this is the site of an ancient wood. Haugh Woods, is nationally important for butterflies and moths, with over 600 species recorded within it. It is one of the top 10 woods in the country and is designated as a SSSI due to the presence of these invertebrates.
The ancient woodland at Haugh woods is full of beauty and charm and is a haven for cyclists, walkers, nature lovers and photographers. With over 850 acres to explore walking, cycling, and butterfly trails, this is a popular destination for families and dog walkers. The two most popular walks are the Three Choirs Way and the Wye Valley Walk which skirt the edge of the woods.