Mill Farm Glamping and Treehouse
Luxury camping is taken to an organically opulent and lively new level in the wondrous Wiltshire countryside.
Perfect for families, couples and groups alike, an escape to Mill Farm Glamping is the ideal excuse to gather together some of your favourite people and head for the natural bounty of the countryside!
Idyllically set on an organic farm in Wiltshire, the friendly owners have been welcoming glampers for over a decade, meaning they know exactly how to make your stay seriously special. Not only that, but you'll be surrounded by the finest scenery nature can provide, with soothing pastures, babbling streams and ancient oak trees all providing a sumptuous setting for your escape from everyday life.
Make firm friends with the resident chickens, ducks, cattle and donkeys as you explore your fresh new surroundings, then choose from a selection of stylish glamping accommodation that includes luxury glamping lodges and King Arthur's Willow - a roomy and exquisite treehouse fit for its legendary namesake himself!
You'll find four spaciously chic canvas glamping lodges, each sleeping up to six people and privately positioned in an enchanting meadow. The lodges are perfect for those who enjoy nature's comforts while still wanting to indulge in hotel-style luxury.
Discover a living and dining area made for relaxation, with its own oven, chest fridge, hob and woodburning fire that ensures you'll be kept warm and cosy whatever the weather.
A master bedroom and bunk barn provide the perfect setting for a peaceful night's sleep, and there's an individual flushing toilet and gorgeously hot shower cabin to the rear deck of your lodge - no late-night loo queues here!
Enjoy endless al-fresco meals surrounded by pure air and birdsong, from the comfort of your lodge's very own covered veranda. For a naturally-inspired treat, stay up late and watch the stars appear in the night sky, accompanied by a glass of something lovely.
Representing the UK's very first two-floor canvas lodge, Squirrel's Lodge is a extra-special place to stay if you feel like adding an extra injection of luxury. Designed and equipped in the same exquisite style as the canvas lodges, it also includes a four-poster bed and a brand-new bunk barn featuring wagon wheels!
For those who aspire to a life amongst the leaves, King Arthur's Willow is a treehouse with an indulgent difference. Featuring panoramic views of the meadow, you'll find you're perfectly located next to a gently running stream for a setting worthy of the dreamiest of daydreams.
Suitable for up to six people, the brand-new King Arthur's Willow is luxuriously equipped with five stunning rooms - including three bedrooms - that are similarly furnished and styled in the manner of the canvas lodges. A whirlpool bath adds an extra touch of treetop luxury!
For those who prefer a traditionally homely stay, Mill Farm House itself is a stunning holiday cottage available all year round, accommodating up to eight people.
Enjoy cooking a hearty breakfast from farm-fresh eggs, then why not begin your stay with a wander through the farm? Farmer Joe's organic farm tour is the perfect way to get to know the resident animals and your new surroundings, which include an ‘honesty shop' and guest information centre packed with fresh local produce and books and games to borrow.
You'll also find an events blackboard which will tell you about all the daily happenings down on the farm, including donkey rides, laser sports, horse riding and much more.
Further afield, the countryside surrounding the farm's glamping meadows is perfect for rambling, through trails and footpaths once trodden by Wiltshire's renowned historic highwayman Thomas Boulter. Visit the local pub, The Raven Inn, with a fresh 30 minute walk, or if you prefer, with Mill Farm's exclusive King Gator pub taxi service that delivers you from your lodge to The Raven in five minutes!
Further afield, why not take the opportunity to pack a picnic and visit Stonehenge or Longleat, both under half an hour away by car?
With a stay at Mill Farm Glamping, you'll soon find that farm life doesn't come more luxurious, so if you want to get back to nature without compromising on a shred of style, then what are you waiting for?
Things to note
Check-in time from 4pm, a maximum of 2 pets per lodge are permitted, minimum stay 2 nights. Low season breaks start from £350 for a 2 night stay, up to £3,300 for a week's break in August.
Region: Poulshot, Wiltshire
Cost (from): £350 (2 nights midweek)
Sleeps: Up to 6 per unit
Bedrooms: 3 per unit
Bathrooms: 1 per unit
Minimum stay: 2 nights midweek
Property ref: 392
FacilitiesFour canvas lodges sleep up to 6, master double bedroom, twin room, bedding & towels provided, shower cabin, toilet, cooking stove, wood included, chest fridge, organic eggs provided, free WiFi, lounge/dining area.
Squirrel Lodge is a 2 floor lodge sleeping up to 6, master bedroom with four poster bed, 2 double/twin bedrooms, wood burning stove, kitchen with fridge and four ring gas hob, bunk barn, lounge area, shower and toilet.
King Arthur's Willow treehouse sleeps up to 6, master four-poster bedroom, 2 twin bedrooms, bathroom/wet room, whirlpool bath, rain shower, kitchen area, living/dining area, outer deck, table, gas BBQ.
Onsite: farm tour, badger watching, donkey riding, horse riding, laser clay shooting, gator rides. Offsite: cycling, golf, Stonehenge, safari park, forts, ruins, hiking, galleries.
At a glance
- Organic Wiltshire farm, offering a selection of luxury glamping accommodation including canvas lodges and a stylish treehouse, all sleeping up to six people.
- Mill Farm House is a traditional farm cottage sleeping up to eight people, and the accommodation can be booked together by larger groups.
- Easily accessible by car, with on-site parking available.
- Wood, linen and fresh farm eggs from the resident chickens are included in your stay. The site includes an ‘honesty shop' packed with fresh local produce.
- There is a daily activities board including farm tours, donkey rides and laser sports.
- The local pub is 30 minutes' walk (or 5 minute farm taxi ride!) away, and there is plenty of countryside to ramble in. Further afield, Stonehenge and Longleat are each under a half-hour drive from the site, with plenty of other local attractions nearby.