A village of festival-themed bell tents is popping up at Cotswold Farm Park for the second year running, with the attraction offering a glamping staycation that could just be ‘the easiest family holiday in the UK.’
Throughout August 2022, families will have the chance to stay at the popular Cotswold attraction’s impressive ‘glampsite’, which first appeared in Strawberry’s Field last summer.
This year, Strawberry the cow has kindly loaned out one of her paddocks to be transformed into a bell tent village once again, to provide a hassle-free glamping experience for families.
Strawberry’s Field offers 16 luxury bell tents, each sleeping up to five guests, with solar-powered lighting and USB power banks. Holidaymakers will benefit from exclusive-use of the glampsite’s luxury shower and toilet block, too.
Every guest will receive two meal vouchers to redeem per night’s stay, with options spanning breakfast baps to stone-baked pizzas – not to mention unlimited access to tea, coffee and soft drinks from the central chill-out tent.
Happy campers will also get free entry to Cotswold Farm Park for every day of their stay, where children can get stuck into feeding hungry goats, practising their acrobatics on the bouncy pillows and letting loose on the adventure play areas.
After a fun-filled day, gather around the firepit to watch the sunset, or kick back in the chill-out tent – with regular kids’ activities, outdoor games and live music on selected evenings to look forward to at Strawberry’s Field, too.
As a bonus for pet-lovers, dogs are welcome at Strawberry’s Field, with each tent accommodating up to two pups. Four-legged guests aren’t allowed in the Farm Park itself, but are welcome to enjoy the Wildlife Walk and visitor centre.
Strawberry’s Field glamping holidays at Cotswold Farm Park start at £175 per night for two people, with additional guests costing of £35 per person, per night. Children under two can stay for free.
To book a staycation at Strawberry’s Field for August 2022, visit cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk/strawberrysfield.
By Annabel Lammas
Wednesday 08 June 2022
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