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Nestled alongside the Somerset Levels, this calming
estate only 10 minutes from Glastonbury offers four luxurious
Safari Lodges, perfectly equipped for a relaxing break beneath the
The bespoke accommodation has been carefully designed to combine comfort, style, and functionality. Each lodge sleeps up to 6 with a well-equipped kitchen, comfy lounge, luxury bathroom, and a private veranda with cast iron BBQ. The log burner will keep you lovely and toasty while the atmospheric lights, stylish decor, and Egyptian cotton sheets create a luxury feel throughout.
Outside enjoy a variety of plant life from towering trees that line the entrance to the apple and pear trees sprinkled through the little orchard. The glamping field sits amongst a blooming wildflower meadow with manicured paths meandering through the seasonal flowers. There are designated spaces to gather with friends as well as a few tranquil corners to linger quietly in the wilderness.
The communal games/dining room is a great addition for those who like to play pool, table tennis, or simply hang out with family or friends, while there is another communal area nestled amongst the orchard. Here you will find a wood-fired pizza oven, seating, and fire-pit for gatherings beneath the starry skies.
What's more, bicycles are available should you wish to see the Somerset countryside in style. This glorious location is steeped in myth and legend with historical artefacts and areas of natural splendour abound. From Glastonbury Tor and Cheddar Gorge to the enchanting Mendip Hills, you won't be lost for things to do. Or, you may simply want to relax and indulge in this calming glamping oasis.
1 King, 1 twin and 1 double cabin bed with luxury Egyptian cotton linen provided.
Private luxury bathroom, with heated towel rail, flushing toilet and hot shower (towels provided).
Fully equipped kitchen with sink, fridge, hob, oven, cooking utensils and a few basic essentials.
There is no internet access in this property.
Heating and Lighting
Mains electric and log burning stove.
2 Dog welcome (£25 each).
Grounds and Nearby
Decked veranda overlooking the wildflowers, seating and cast iron BBQ. A variety of communal areas including a games room, outdoor pizza oven, picnic tables, footpaths and a small football pitch.
Parking available near the lodge.
Check in from 15:00 and check out by 11:00
Main transport links to Glastonbury (10 mins drive).
Sleeps 6 - one King Bedroom, one Twin Bedroom, and one Double Cabin Bed. Beds are made up with Egyptian cotton bed linen and cosy duvets.
Fully equipped kitchen with crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils and a few basic essentials such as milk and teabags.
There's a mains supplied sink, fridge, hob, and oven.
Homemade, prepared meals are available on request.
The bathroom contains a hot shower, flushing toilet, basin and heated towel rail. (fluffy white towels are provided).
Lounge with 2 chesterfield sofas, including extra cushions and blankets to keep you extra snug.
Log burner with a starter pack of wood. (additional logs can be purchased on-site if required).
A selection of games is also provided.
Outside enjoy sitting on your veranda overlooking the wildflowers, or cook up a storm with the cast iron BBQ.
The small orchard is complete with seating area, fairy lights, wood-fired pizza oven and fire pit, perfect for celebrations or just spending quality time together. We ask guests to be considerate and keep noise to a minimum after dark.
Pizza nights can be arranged on request with 24 hrs notice. If you need a demonstration of how to use the oven, please ask!
The Games Room
A large indoor space in the main farmhouse, where there's a pool table, table football, and tennis table. The games room can also be hired out and re-organised so there is a large dining table, perfect for group get-together's. Just let the owners know if you would like to book it for an occasion and they will do the rest!
Onsite Food & Drink
The onsite shop stocks delicious home-cooked meals as well as a few basic essentials should you run out. Guests are also more than welcome to forage blackberries, sloes, apples, and pears from the grounds depending on the time of year!
Set in the heart of rural Somerset the site makes a great base to explore the local area. The site sits just ten minutes from the unique town of Glastonbury, and only a short drive from the tiny city of Wells, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, plus the Mendip Hills - A Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Nature enthusiasts will love Shapwick Heath - a beautiful wetland reserve - while seafaring folk can make a day trip to the famous Jurassic Coast for a variety of spectacular beaches and seaside towns.
Walking & Cycling
There's no shortage of beautiful walks and bike rides on the doorstep, with a climb up the Glastonbury Tor an absolute must for a beautiful panorama of the gently rolling landscape. A handpicked guide of the best walks and cycle routes from lazy ambles to ambitious hikes are provided in each lodge.
Towns & Villages
With the cathedral city of Wells (England's smallest city) and the fascinating market town of Glastonbury a short drive away there's plenty to discover. What's more, there's no shortage of cosy West Country pubs where you can relax with a pint of Somerset cider.
Day trips to the Dorset coast offer dramatic scenery and some of the UK's best beaches. We recommend a visit to West Bay, the famous backdrop to the TV series Broadchurch, or West Bexington - a mackerel fishing haven, and Durdle Door - an iconic symbol of the Jurassic Coast.
The lodges are surrounded by working farmland, while a variety of birdlife, butterflies and small mammals frequent the site at various times of the year. Visit Shapwick Heath for bird spotting, otters and Britain's largest dragonfly. Farm tours are available at Chew Valley Country Farm and Fern Animal Sanctuary. If you're after something a bit more exotic, Longleat Safari Park is a forty-minute drive away. In addition, the Avalon Marshes and Westhay Moor offer fantastic bird watching opportunities.
Visit, The Red Lion in the idyllic village of Babcary for a traditional pub experience with a great menu of locally sourced ingredients. A full list of local restaurants and take-aways can be found in the lodges.
To really unwind after a long walk, head to Charlton House and book in for a premium treatment in a decadent spa in a stunning country house. Alternatively, appointments can be arranged with a local beautician for hair and beauty treatment in the comfort of your lodge - just ask the owner for details!
Somerset is famous for its cider! For an authentic experience, visit Mugley Cider Farm for proper scrumpy and amazing cheese. Or for something a little more sophisticated, Somerset Cider Brandy Company in Martock is excellent.
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