Our Campsite10 Pitches in 10 Acres
En-suite camping & glamping
The Meadow field consists of nine pitches, all of which have a campfire, a sheltered kitchen dining area with a sink & picnic table, a hot shower and a compostable toilet. Two pitches have a fully furnished 5m bell tent which sleeps up to four people and the remaining seven have a level mown area for you to pitch your own tent. Adjacent to the Meadow field lies the paddock where you’ll find our new converted lorry, which sleeps up to five people and is completely self-contained.
Each of the ten pitches have something different to offer from views across the south of the county to woodland campfires and sunken kitchens. The pitches are generous to allow plenty of room with a communal open space and woodland welly walk leading to a perfect picnic spot next to the stream.
The site has its own private access with off road parking that lies alongside the site, this means the meadow is vehicle-free apart from on arrival and departure days, this meaning freedom to roam wihtout the worry & noise of cars.
Bell tent glamping
This pitch is a fully furnished, luxury lorry conversion, with plenty of space to relax and unwind.
This pitch is a fully furnished bell tent and is pond side on the top hedge line of the meadow, with plenty of space to relax and unwind. Named after the first Gin that was enjoyed in the shelter on Beth’s birthday – a classic Gordon’s & tonic.
This is the second fully furnished bell tent pitch, and has a lovely, rounded feel, the top of the pitch has a nature splash that has seen dragonflies, toads and even a heron. Named after our, (not so) faithful tractor which was instrumental in getting things rolling in the very beginning, before we invested in our nifty quad bike.
This pitch is a firm favourite for Beth, the shelter is right on the edge of the wood, meaning you can enjoy that morning coffee or afternoon Welsh ale looking into a magical woodland, all from your own ‘tree chair’ (cleverly cut by Luke). Woodland got its name for obvious reasons and on a still day you can hear the gentle peaceful trickle of the stream.
This pitch is on the lower side of the meadow and gently rolls into the woodland, the kitchen area of this pitch is dug into the ground giving it a very special and secluded feel. Badminton got its name as this part of the farm used to be used to train horses for cross country events and the grandest cross-country event of them all is Badminton.
This pitch is a corner pitch along the top hedgeline of the meadow, and has the added advantage of a double sized shelter. Cornel, which is the Welsh translation for ‘corner’ is spacious with a grass field to one side and a native woodland on the other.
This ‘bring-your-own’ pitch has a beautiful back drop of “Michael’s” wood. Another perfect pitch for roasting marshmallows and slurping on hot chocolate, it’s up to you if you lace it with Baileys. Darcy is named after that memorable storm we encountered in February, albeit testing, we battled through the elements with our terrific team.
This is a further ‘bring-your-own’ pitch, the view into the wood and natural surrounding is truly breathtaking and helps make an ideal place to relax and unwind. Mr. Coles got its name from the former owner of the farm who Luke’s family bought it from back in 2004.
Ranger is a real sunspot and is set against the wood and on the bottom side of the Meadow. It’s gained itsname from a near-miss incident involving a tree and Luke’s Ford Ranger, but that’s a story for another day (but you’ll find the offending tree trunk lying to the side of the pitch!).
This spacious pitch lies at the bottom of the hedgeline of Michael’s wood, and being in the corner means it’s naturally tucked away from the sites top pitches. Martin’s pitch got its name after Martin (Beth’s Dad) gave some strong inspirational words after helping build this final kitchen shelter – not to be repeated!