A pop-up glamping village is coming to Cotswold Farm Park this summer

Dubbed the 'easiest family holiday in the UK', Cotswold Farm Park is launching a pop-up glamping village this summer, for festival-themed family staycations in luxurious bell tents – and dogs are welcome too!

A pop-up glamping village is opening this summer at one of Gloucestershire’s most popular attractions.

Cotswold Farm Park is launching its first pop-up ‘glampsite’, offering 16 luxury bell tents, a fire pit area and space for family-friendly activities – open from Friday 9 July to Tuesday 31 August 2021.

Strawberry’s Field is usually home to dairy cow Strawberry, but while she’s having calves, her field will be transformed into a festival-themed glamping village.

Glampers receive free access to Cotswold Farm Park and two meal vouchers for breakfast and dinner – with meals such as sausage baps and stone-baked pizzas to choose from. There’s even free tea and coffee to enjoy in the central chillout tent.

Each off-grid tent also features solar-powered lighting and USB power banks, and the field also has access to luxury glamping toilets and showers.

And you don’t have to leave your furry friends behind either – with each tent accommodating up to two dogs (for an additional £5 each), although they won’t be allowed into the Farm Park itself.

Cotswold Farm Park’s luxury bell tents starts at £175 per night for two people, with a maximum of five people per tent, including children and infants. Additional guests cost £35 per person, per night. Under 2s are free of charge.

For more information, and to book, visit cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk.

© SoGlos
Monday 28 June 2021

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