- Sleeps: 2 per unit
- Bathroom: 1
- Minimum stay: 1 night
Infused with myths and legends of ancient times past, you’ll find Middlewick Glamping luxuriously nestled by the ancient oak trees Gog and Maggog – believed to be the entrance to the to the Ancient Isle of Avalon – with the majestic Glastonbury Tor right on the doorstep, offering a direct walking path into Glastonbury itself.
It goes without saying, then, that the views are particularly breathtaking from this magical part of the world, with an unrivalled vista across the Somerset levels to Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills ready to greet you as you wake every morning. Middlewick Glamping truly offers you the chance to get back to nature in the most tranquil and naturally luxurious way possible!
Comprising sixteen acres of lush garden, horse paddocks and an orchard, Middlewick haven’t compromised on a shred of luxury, with the site including a heated indoor swimming pool and steam room for guests to enjoy.
Perfect for couples and groups alike, the luxury glamping accommodation can be booked individually or together – you’ll also find a range of holiday cottages on site that together with the glamping have a combined capacity of 48 – ideal for corporate groups or large families looking to celebrate an extra-special occasion.
Choose your ideal glamping setting from three deluxe, dog-friendly E-den camping cabins (featured on George Clarke’s ‘Amazing Spaces’ and aptly named Adam, Eve and Apple!) or a charming Shepherd’s Hut. Both sets of accommodation are discovered in a serene paddock, by ancient apple trees that bear plenty of fruit for you to forage during an Autumn stay! For extra luxury, each glamping option includes its own private wet room with a blissfully hot shower – not to mention plenty of fluffy towels.
The dome-shaped, fully heated and insulated E-den cabins are truly welcoming homes-from-home that each feature a full-sized, freshly-dressed double bed… that looks right out to the sunrise and the stars through a large window. You’ll find a barbecue for cooking, and there’s no better place to enjoy your al-fresco meals than on your cabin’s private decking, with canvas awning to protect you from the elements.
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At a glance
- Three E-den glamping cabins for two (featured on TV’s ‘Amazing Spaces’) and a cosy Shepherd’s Hut, located in a quiet paddock by Glastonbury Tor, Somerset. The site also features a selection of holiday cottages that sleep 48 people if all booked together.
- Easily accessed by road, rail and air. Bristol Airport and Castle Cary/Bristol Stations are the nearest to the site.
- Each glamping option features its own private wet room with shower. A heated swimming pool, steam room and farm shop are available on site.
- Linen and towels are provided. Please bring your own camping stove if staying in the Shepherd’s Hut.
- Close to a range of local attractions, including Glastonbury Tor/Town, with plenty of walking and cycling opportunities.
- Dog Friendly
- Family Friendly
- Large Groups
- Swimming Pools
E-dens sleep 2, double bed, bedding & towels provided, skylight, private shower room, heater, kettle, toaster, fridge, crockery, utensils, BBQ, outdoor deck, bean bag, table, chairs, WiFi.
Shepherds Hut sleep 2, double bed, bedding & towels provided, private shower room, heater, kettle, toaster, fridge, crockery, utensils, WiFi.
Wildlife spotting, bird watching, hiking, cycling, farmers markets, cathedrals, palaces, caves, safari park, railway, museums, shopping.
The Shepherd’s Hut, available during summer, is cosy and cheerily decorated accommodation for two, featuring a comfy double bed and its own private shower room. Bring your camping stove and get ready to prepare plenty of mouthwatering breakfasts in the fresh open air.
There are plenty of naturally opulent facilities at Middlewick that will make you feel as though you’ve arrived at a five-star holiday complex. The swimming pool, heated by bio-mass boilers, is perfect for relaxing in or catching up on a few lengths – whichever you prefer! The steam room is a blissful experience at the end of a long day exploring the area.
An on-site farm shop is packed with the best quality local produce, including home raised pork, eggs, honey and preserves. Why not treat yourselves even more by ordering a Traditional or Continental breakfast in a box?
Informal pizza nights for guests are arranged throughout spring and summer, all cooked in a wood-burning pizza oven in the heart of the Middlewick complex. Pizza evenings can also be arranged for large groups, and for family reunions or corporate groups looking for meeting space, the Function Room is the ideal setting, with an adjoining catering kitchen available.
You’ll soon find plenty to keep you active in the surrounding area, with Glastonbury Tor just 20 minutes’ walk away – perfect for a climb with a view! Glastonbury Town also awaits you, with plenty to see and do all around. Whatever you do, we recommend you bring a bike or a pair of strong walking boots… preferably both!
Slightly further afield are a selection of exquisite nature reserves, or how about a trip to Cheddar Gorge and Showcaves for a cheesy day out?
With so very much natural luxury all around, Middlewick Glamping is the perfect place to sit back, relax… and get ready to reconnect!
Things to note
Dogs are accepted upon prior arrangement, single night stays are possible, but a £10 surcharge applies, use of onsite facilities including the swimming pool is included.
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