Our 4 luxury tipis are tucked away in the apple orchard, providing ultimate privacy with a cosy interior and outdoor eating and relaxation area.
We have 2 sizes of tipi – ‘Regular’ and ‘Large’. The regular has room for 4 people and the large, room for 5.
Large 5 person tipis have a (very comfy) king sized bed, plus 3 singles.
Regular 4 person tipis have a double bed, plus 2 singles.
Outside the tipi, there’s an eating area with handmade pallet furniture where you can lay out breakfast bits of locally sourced produce to snaffle in the morning sunshine.
The tipi capacities are for 4 – 5 people. Enough room for a family of four or five per tipi.
- Bed linen (Sheets + Duvet + Blankets) and Towels included.
- Comfortable beds and pillows: King size bed + Single beds
- Handmade furniture
- Electricity/power supply
- Running water
- Bathroom facilities (showers and toilets)
- NO wifi and poor mobile service – how relaxing does it sound?
- Complimentary tea + kettle
- The tipi is lit with lights and fairy lights at night
- Indoor heater – don’t worry it will be warm 🙂
- Extra blankets
- Private outside seating areas
- BBQ / fire-pit (per tipi)
- Wood for the BBQ and firepit (no charcoal provided)
- Cooking Utensils (Cutleries, plates, glasses and mugs)
- Camping stove with pots and pans
- Outdoor Cinema (Projector + movies + screen) – please give notice if you’d like to use it.
All tipis are adequately spaced from each other amongst the orchard’s apple trees. Enough to give you privacy, but not too far away if you’re booking as a group.
You can see the map below which shows the layout of the site.
The red line shows the route from the entrance to the glamping area.
Meet our tipis:
Bramley – 4 person – our original 4 person tipi. Born in Essex but has travelled the world (he even attended Burning Man festival in Black Rock Desert, USA.). what3words exact location: ///processes.salsa.motion
Please ignore the caravans shown in the image – the orchard used to accommodate for caravans, but no longer does (Google maps is a little outdated!).
Prices And Check-In
On the farm, we’ve been trying our hardest to become as ‘green’ as we can. You’ll find the roofs of our barns covered in solar panels. The heating for our houses is provided by a bio-mass boiler. We aim to be as low-impact as possible, from recycling your waste from the glamping site to sustainably sourcing the wood poles for the tipi.