A retro-style cabin perfectly sited for glamping in Glastonbury
- located in a quiet paddock it faces towards the famous
Designed and built by a local craftsman it represents the outline and dimensions of a Fibonacci spiral, which coincidentally is also in our logo.
N.B. There is a 3 night minimum stay over any bank holiday & a 4 night minimum stay over the festive season.
A double bed and comfy mattress (bedding included), a heater, storage, hanging rail, kettle, toaster, small fridge, tea & coffee making. Don't worry about being cold, it is very well insulated (we stayed there in November and were very toasty all night!).
A private bathroom is about 40 meters away with a wet-room shower, flushing loo, & washbasin. Towels are provided.
There is also a simple washing up sink (shared with 'Eve') for plates etc on this side of the bathroom building.
There is a generous covered deck area with kettle BBQ and views towards Glastonbury Tor - it's a very cool place to chill out. The Eve cabin is about 10 meters away - the two cabins sit on the edge of a paddock adjacent to a small holiday cottage hamlet.
16 acres to explore including a stream and woodland. There is a large heated swimming pool in the hamlet, and if you're feeling sociable the outdoor oven is lit on Wednesday evenings for a communal pizza night.
The owner, Jill, also keeps horses so if you fancy horse-riding American style she'd be delighted to take you out.
Glamping is a great way to experience Glastonbury and the Abbey ruins, Chalice Well, crafts, quirky restaurants, cafes and some pretty cool shops! It's a great base from which to explore Somerset too.
A thirty minute stroll away is Glastonbury town with Abbey ruins, Chalice Well, crafts, quirky restaurants, cafes and fascinating shops.
This is a groovy little cabin, just the ticket for glamping in Glastonbury and well placed to explore the County of Somerset!
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