- Sleeps: 2 per unit
- Bedroom: 1 per unit
- Bathroom: 1 per unit
- Minimum stay: 2 nights
Naturally peaceful and beautiful, Two Hoots Glamping Site is home to diverse visiting wildlife – most of whom have names – and adults-only accommodation with plenty of wide-open space to savour.
You’ll find the picture-perfect site nestled on a Hampshire hilltop, with panoramic views that lead your gaze across lush green fields, all the way out towards the South Downs National Park.
A mere five-minute stroll from the historic Watercress Line; a heritage steam railway line first opened in 1865, there’s plenty to explore in the local area. Yet you’ll have to leave Two Hoots Glamping Site first, and that could prove a challenge!
Simply make your choice from two cosily-furnished shepherd’s huts and two inviting glamping pods, each sleeping two adults in welcoming home-style comfort.
Named Lazy Days and Keeper’s Cosy, the shepherd’s huts each boast a furnished veranda for scenic morning coffee (perhaps with the occasional visit from Frank the pheasant!) and a wood-burning stove and Smart TV for snuggly evenings in.
You’ll have a kingsize bed to curl up in at the end of a long day’s exploring – or doing nothing, whichever you prefer – and there’s an en-suite shower room for invigorating morning freshen-ups. Meanwhile, romantic feasts can be whipped up in the fully-equipped kitchen, or out on the barbecue stand… perfect for a sizzling supper by sunset.
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At a glance
- A peaceful glamping site, rich in natural beauty and abundant visiting wildlife, nestled on a Hampshire hilltop with panoramic countryside views.
- Choose your accommodation from two self-contained shepherd’s huts, and two furnished glamping pods with access to communal kitchen and shower facilities.
- All accommodation sleeps two adults only – pets and children are not permitted.
- There is ample outdoor space to relax in… why not see how many wildlife-visitors you can spot?
- Located in the village of Bighton, the site is a short stroll from the heritage Watercress Line, with the market town of Alresford and the South Downs National Park just 10 minutes away. There is a pub and restaurant in walking distance.
- Adults Only
Shepherd’s huts: kingsize bed, en-suite shower room with toilet, heated towel rail, and hand basin, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, wood-burner with first night’s supply of logs, matches, and firelighters, electric heater, kitchen with electric oven, twin hobs, toaster, fridge with freezer compartment, kettle, tea, coffee, milk, sugar, fairy lights, large enclosed veranda, patio and lawn with bistro table and chairs, barbecue stand, sun loungers. Towels and linen provided.
Glamping pods: kingsize bed, toilet and hand basin with hot and cold water, tea/coffee-making facilities, full use of guest kitchen and showers, fenced-in lawn area and access to wooded copse. Towels and linen provided.
Walking, cycling, riverside picnic spots, stargazing, wildlife-watching, boutique shops, pubs, steam trains, historic sites.
Lazy Days shepherd's hut
- Adults Only
Keepers Cosy shepherd's hut
- Adults Only
Equipped with a downy kingsize bed and an electric heater, you’ll also have hot drink-making facilities and a private toilet with hand-basin, so there’ll be no awkward morning queues or midnight dashes. Since linen and towels are provided too, you can pack perfectly light.
Simply make your way to the well-equipped guest kitchen and piping hot shower block for meals and freshen-ups… maybe saying a friendly hello to the Squezzles – or the cheeky resident squirrel family – on your way!
Wherever you choose to stay, there will be many more wildlife visitors for you to meet, including swooping red kites, Kanga the hare (so named because he looks like a kangaroo when standing on his back legs in the wild meadow field) and Stealth the majestic stag, who often appears in the fields when you least expect him to!
If you’re keen to get out and about, there’s a wealth of walking, jogging, and cycling routes to explore, while the pretty Georgian market town of Alresford, peppered with boutique shops and friendly pubs, is just ten minutes away.
The site itself is set within the sleepy village of Bighton, in easy walking distance of a pub and a restaurant. Let someone else do the cooking for a change; timing your return to Two Hoots Glamping Site just as the stars – and the resident glow worms – herald another magical evening.
Things to note
Check in from 4-8pm, check out by 10am. There is a no-noise policy from 10pm to 7am. Please bring disposable barbecue packs for the barbecue stand and any firewood needed in addition to the first night’s supply (which is provided). Please note that more accommodation units are being added (pods, tents) which will also include family-friendly accommodation. Also to note that there are ongoing building works to a neighbouring property, so some building noise may occur.
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What the guests of Two Hoots Glamping say
“Amazing site which has recently been upgraded by the current owners. Stayed in one of their luxury Shepherd’s Huts which has an enormous enclosed lean-to building to chill in and gaze across the wild meadow. So peaceful & quiet. I’ll definitely be back.”
“Brilliant getaway experience. The accommodation and facilities were fantastic. The location is as the description says. Waking up in the fields was so peaceful and relaxing. We enjoyed great weather and the whole place to ourselves. Highly recommend for a quiet getaway. Many thanks to the host for everything”
“This is a gorgeous place to stay. Amazing location and a very cosy hut with everything we needed. The bed is huge and comfortably and the fire is lovely in the evenings after being out all day. It is clean and beautifully decorated, and Michele was a great host with fast responses to any questions we had. The location is stunning with amazing views over the hills. It is so quiet and peaceful. It is close to lots of attractions and lovely villages to visit. I would highly recommend this place.”