Westley Wood Glamping
- Premier host
- Frampton Mansell, Gloucestershire
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- Sleeps: 2 or 2 (+2) per unit
- Bedroom: 1 per unit
- Bathroom: Private external
- Minimum stay: 2 nights midweek
Featured in a wealth of publications, including the Times, the Daily Telegraph, and the Observer, Westley Farm is a “perfect pastoral idyll” comprising 70 sublime acres of Cotswold countryside.
Beautifully nestled amongst the farm’s ancient woodland, each luxurious Westley Wood glamping haven is blissfully secluded in its very own dell, surrounded by glorious views that promise to transport you far away from the daily grind!
For true holiday convenience, each self-contained retreat is also equipped with a private compost loo, and a well-equipped field kitchen with a two-ring gas burner.
The Far Out Yurt (sleeps 2+2)
Lovingly crafted on the farm from the surrounding trees, the Far Out Yurt occupies a whole world all of its own.
Elevated on a platform that extends into the trees, you’ll feel completely at one with nature… particularly when you fire up the gorgeous outdoor shower. There’s also a wood-fired hot tub on the deck that’s ideal for stargazing.
Sapperton Yurt (sleeps 2+2)
A unique, sumptuous blend of opulence and quirkiness, Sapperton Yurt was handmade to a traditional Kyrgyz design, and is tucked beautifully away under the woodland canopy for dreamlike views.
Boasting a wood-burning stove, supremely cosy beds, and butter-soft throws, you’ll be as snug as bugs in rugs inside. Yet outside awaits a scenery-showcasing roll-top bath housed in a former horse box, a hammock… and a private ‘loo with a view’!Keep reading
At a glance
- Individually secluded glamping havens, nestled amongst 40 acres of ancient Cotswold woodland on Westley Farm.
- Ideal for small families, the Far Out Yurt, Sapperton Yurt and Yurt Reynolds each sleep 2 adults and 2 children.
- Gold Rush Cabin and Zen Den each sleep 2 guests, ideal for romantic couples.
- Each glamping retreat is uniquely styled and self-contained, with private kitchen and bathroom facilities.
- The nearest pub is just 20 minutes’ walk away, and there is a wealth of fresh-air activity and sight-seeing opportunities in the surrounding area.
- Dog Friendly
- Family Friendly
- Hot Tubs
The Far Out Yurt (2+2 guests): double bed, Egyptian cotton linen, blankets, 2 roll-up single futons for kids, wood-burning stove, compost loo, wood-fired hot tub, towels and robes, fully-equipped camp kitchen with gas hob, small fridge, barbecue, outdoor shower, solar power.
Sapperton Yurt (2+2 guests): one double bed, two single futon beds for children, towels and linen, wood-burning stove, fully-equipped field kitchen with 2-ring gas burner, small fridge, barbecue, deck, firepit, Dutch oven, mains electricity. Horsebox bathroom with roll-top bath, compost loo.
Gold Rush Cabin (2 guests): double bed, towels and linen, wood-burning stove with logs, solar-powered lights, fully-equipped field kitchen with 2-ring gas burner, small fridge, barbecue, deck, firepit with Dutch oven, hammock. Watering can cowboy shower, cedar hot tub, compost loo.
Zen Den (2 guests): double bed, towels and linen, wood-burning stove with logs, solar-powered lights, fully-equipped field kitchen with 2-ring gas burner, small fridge, barbecue, deck, firepit with Dutch oven, hammock. Outdoor shower, Ofuro hot tub, hammock, firepit, compost loo.
Yurt Reynolds (2+2 guests): double bed, Egyptian cotton linen, 2 single futon beds for kids, towels and robes, fully-equipped field kitchen with 2-ring gas burner, small fridge, barbecue, deck, firebowl, Bath hut with roll-top tub, wood-fired hot tub, compost loo.
Walking, hiking, cycling, pubs, restaurants, golf, gliding, swimming, water parks, historic sites
The Far Out Yurt - sleeps 2 (+2)
Gold Rush Cabin - sleeps 2
Zen Den - sleeps 2
Yurt Reynolds - sleeps 2 (+2)
Sapperton Yurt - sleeps 2 (+2)
Gold Rush Cabin (sleeps 2, dog-friendly)
Paying homage to the owners’ former life in the American west, Gold Rush Cabin evokes the thrill of panning for gold in them thar hills!
Inside the rough-hewn timber haven awaits a myriad of delights, including cow hide chairs, a huge sheepskin rug, and a comforting antique wood-burning stove. Outside there’s a rustic camp kitchen, a cowboy shower with tin walls, a hammock, and a Western Red cedar hot tub to help you relax after a hard day’s prospectin’.
Zen Den (sleeps 2)
…and breathe! Part designer chic, part woodland-hippy, Zen Den is a unique retreat that’s remotely secluded for the ultimate in soothing tranquillity.
Boasting windows on seven of its eight sides, you can view the woodland at all times of the day – ideally from the comfort of the giant beanbag, or cosy floating bed. Relax in the hammock on lazy afternoons, and as the sun sets, step into the Ofuro soaking tub and await the arrival of the stars in style.
Yurt Reynolds (sleeps 2+2, dog-friendly)
You might have guessed that this yurt plays tribute to the late Hollywood actor, Burt Reynolds. But you may not have guessed that Burt was one of the pioneers of outdoor living, and an early yurt enthusiast.
A 16-foot diameter retreat that’s rich in all things rustic, you’ll be surrounded by stylish-yet-quirky furnishings. Outside there’s a gorgeous wooden bath-house with a roll top tub just waiting to be soaked in, plus a hammock for enjoying a good book, and a wood-fired hot tub for stargazing.
With the nearest pub a mere 20-minute walk away, a wealth of activity practically on the doorstep, and classic Cotswolds hotspots to visit, your picture-perfect scene is set for a holiday to remember.
Things to note
Glamping is available from April – October. Check in from 4pm, check out by 10am. Up to 2 well-behaved dogs are welcome at Gold Rush Cabin and Yurt Reynolds, for a small additional charge per dog.
Where you'll be staying
Frampton Mansell, Gloucestershire
What the guests of Westley Wood Glamping say
“We had the most glorious time at Yurt Reynolds! It is such a peaceful place on a gorgeous farm. It has everything we needed to stay cosy outdoors and the outdoor bath was a particular highlight! Would definitely recommend this place to anyone who likes camping and cooking outside but enjoys loads of homely comforts and luxuries.”
“Having married this year we wanted a honeymoon local to us so searched for a place to provide relaxation, privacy and grounding with local walks in beautiful countryside. The Zen Den fulfilled all of this and some! It is very well thought out with loads of touches to make the stay cosy and hassle-free. We loved our time here, thank you guys!”
“The Yurt is located in a beautiful woodland setting and is more secluded than the pictures suggest. The owners had thought of everything which meant that it was a relaxing and easy stay despite the weather being rather grotty. The whole place is laid out thoughtfully with pretty festoon and fairy lights and good equipment for the kitchen. We never got cold despite chilly evenings – great stove and an abundance of blankets available. And it has perhaps the prettiest bathroom and loo ever! Highly recommend.”