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New to Host Unusual: Lantern & Larks Luxury Glamping sites

3 October 2016

If you are looking for a luxury glamping experience with all the comforts of home, new Host Unusual members Lantern & Larks could provide the answer.
With four separate glamping sites to choose from in Rutland, Suffolk, Somerset and Lancashire, each destination offers the same high levels ofcomfort and luxury but with its own unique qualities.
The homely canvas-wrapped three-bedroom retreats are perfect for families, and for an additional fee your four-legged friend can come along too.
Furnished front terraces, open-plan living areas, spacious bedrooms, private bathrooms and individual fire-pits arejust some of the features you can expect to find on a stay with Lantern& Larks – but as each site is so unique, after a stay at one, you’ll want to visit the rest!
Lantern & Larks Exton Park
Setwithin the historical Exton Park, Rutland, you’ll find much to explore at this Lantern & Larks site; 14 miles of public footpaths and bridleways weave their way through the 500-hectare grounds! A Grade II-listed, walledgarden slopes down to a wonderful ornamental lake, and on your walks youmay also discover Fort Henry, anexquisite gothic folly. Beyond the park one of the largestartificial lakes in Europe, Rutland Water, provides ample activities forsporty types. The many stately homes and charming villages nearby allowyou to enjoy the area at a slower pace.
Lantern & Larks Sweffling Hall
Basedclose to the small market town of Saxmundham in Suffolk, this Lantern & Larks destination isperfectly positioned in Suffolk’s golden triangle, between Southwold, Framlingham and Aldeburgh – ideal for those who like to enjoy both countryside and seaside in equal measure. A day out at Southwold’s quirky pier, a visit to Easton Farm Park to meet a Suffolk Punch, or a trip to Sutton Hoo to discover the area’s Anglo-Saxon history make for atruly memorable break.
Lantern & Larks Kittisford Barton
Onlyhalf an hour from Taunton, this Lantern & Larks location is an organic farm onthe Somerset-Devon border, with the idyllic Blackdown Hills -an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – as a backdrop. There are 260 acres of farmland to explore here, with ponds,woodlands, fields and trails to discover. Children will love meeting thefriendly farm goats and chickens. If you are heading out for the day, miles of beaches, the Jurassic Coast and a wide range of tourist attractions are on your doorstep.
Lantern & Larks Bleasdale
This Lantern & Larkssite within the Bleasdale Estate is just 20 minutes away from bustling Lancaster but will certainly feel far from city life. Set beside the Forest of Bowdale with rolling pastures and the spectacular Bowland Fells as a backdrop, guests can explore the stunning countryside via the Estate’s direct access to the local footpath network. For a morelively experience Blackpool is just 30 minutes away, with its Pleasure Beach, the famous Blackpool Tower and a host of tourist attractions on offer. 


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