Bank Holiday Availability
23rd March 2017
We’ve got one tent available for both the May Day Bank Holiday and the August Bank Holiday. Imagine yourself relaxing with your feet up on the platform. Snuggle up to the roaring log burner should British weather do its worst. Perfect for a recuperative long weekend in beautiful surroundings.
We provide everything you will need from bed linen(luxury of course) to board games, butter to bathroom toiletries. We can even make catering easy with our fresh home-cooked meals or recommend an excellent local pub.
Get away from it all
With about 100 metres between our two tents you will truly feel you have left normal hustle and bustle behind. Live life in the slow lane for a weekend. Relish the owls hooting or the pheasants clucking. Watch the buzzards soaring overhead. Hear your children running through the meadow. Stride out over the private farm paths. See the natural world up close.
What our guests say
I’m not just giving you the hard sell. This is what one of our guests wrote:
“We have camped many times before but this is a completely different experience – superbly comfortable beds (fabulous duvets and pillows) with top quality linens and towels, a very well thought out kitchen, with everything you need (including properly sharp knives), a lovely sitting and dining areas and a superb bathroom with an excellent hot shower! And the view… The tents are located in the most perfect English countryside and the outlook is astonishing. This is glamping at its very, very best.”
If you haven’t sorted your bank holiday weekends now is the perfect time. BOOK NOW
We’re so delighted to be welcoming guests again. Here’s a quick note from one of last week’s guests: “We had a lovely stay, such a lovely tent and surrounds!” September is a great time to visit us. The crops have been harvested and there’s lots of field work to watch as the fields are prepared […]
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