***Any day arrival *** Min 3-night stay July & Aug ***
Tucked away in a private woodland glade this luxurious glamping accommodation offers a delightful collection of extravagant treats in a glorious geo-dome structure. The serene countryside setting is a natural utopia, with views across the gorgeous 45-acre woodland estate, which guests are free to explore at their leisure. Despite its secluded location, the site is delightfully located near the fascinating historical town of Ludlow. Sheltered by Mortimer Forest and the Clee Hills, the town is filled with a multitude of listed buildings that meander alongside the banks of the beautiful river Teme and was famously described as "probably the loveliest town in England" by poet Sir John Betjeman.
This luxurious glamping abode is equipped with a fabulous king size bed plus two singles, a steaming hot shower with snuggly bathrobes, as well as a comfy sofa to cuddle up on. The outdoor barbecue and full kitchen facilities provide everything you need for a self-catering holiday. Spend your evenings gazing at the stars in a magnificent Scandinavian wood-fired hot tub available (extra charge £60 per stay) or tuck yourself up next to the warming flames of the natural fire in the cosy dome. Pure glamping bliss.
Check-in - 3pm / Check -out - 11am
Outside the dome has a private balcony with mesmerizing views across the natural habitat, outdoor seating and a Scandinavian wood-fired hot tub. There is also a private garden for guest to enjoy the tranquil surroundings and a 45-acre woodland estate to explore.
The historical town of Ludlow is just 6 miles away, which provides plenty of artisan shops and gastronomical delights, the famous Ludlow castle, plus a host of other interesting attractions. Stumble across a number of award-winning Michelin Star restaurants, the famous Ludlow market, Wycliffe Common and a variety of stunning cafes and river walks for a wonderful day trip.
Also in the area, discover a variety of designated areas of natural beauty including The Clee Hills, Mortimer Forest and The Shropshire Hills, which are popular with walkers, cyclists and activity enthusiasts.
For another interesting day trip visit Stokesay Castle, Berrington Hall National Trust with its stunning gardens and grounds or the Shropshire Wildlife Trust.
For children, there are a number of exciting activities available. Within reach is the famous Severn Valley Railway, Ironbridge, Rays Farm, Wyre Forest, Millie Millers Playbarn, Severn Valley Quad Trecking, and of course the famous West Midlands Safari Park which is just a 30-minute drive away.
The geo-dome is delightfully equipped with a King bed, 2 Singles, all with luxurious duvet and pillow sets.
Cooking facilities are available with a small kitchenette, grill, cooking utensils and a child's high chair. However, the main way of cooking is on the four burner BBQ outside.
Heating is supplied by the Fireplace and Woodburning stove. Electricity and Satellite TV is also available.
En-suite bathroom with hot shower, washbasin and flushing toilet. Towel set, bathrobes and washing essentials are all provided.
The dome is also equipped with all the relevant safety equipment including Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit, Smoke Detector.
As a little extra, treat yourself to a delicious hamper, including a local produce hamper, a celebration hamper and an Afternoon Tea for Two Hamper. Please contact the owner before or on arrival to order.
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