Glamping Wagons

Campsite Glamping Wagons

All wagons are supplied with tea and coffee making facilities including electric/gas kettle, heating if needed but all wagons are insulated and keep very snug.

All linen for bedding, towels, cutlery, crockery, pots and pans etc are provided, with running water available in the 3 largest wagons. The Old Shepherds hut has a easy to carry water container. All wagons are connected to the campsites main electric circuit providing light and electric points.

The Wagons are positioned along the hedge line of the campsite, all with stunning views over the 40 acre field called the Worthies and fields behind the site. The whole campsite can be hired out for special parties, and private occasions which will include all 4 wagons, 2 extra electric points, parking and campsite facilities. Minimum of 2 nights.

Please be advised that all recyclables are to be taken home (cans, glass, bottles, cardboard etc). Food waste can be placed in bins provided. We only have a domestic waste collection every 2 weeks and this helps to keep the price down.

No dogs allowed in the Glamping wagons

Olde Hut

A warm welcome awaits you when you arrive to stay in our original 19th Century Wiltshire Shepherds Hut. Hopefully memories of peace and comfort will stay with you. No TV, internet, just the natural sound of Farm and Country life. The Shepherds Hideaway is 9ft6” x 6ft x 7ft8” Creep up the steps, open the stable door and step back in time to a shepherds home (well more home comforts now).

Very carefully restored and keeping many original features, although I had to remove the old log burner, but framing the invoice from the purchase of it.

Insulated throughout with a 5ft10” x 4ft10” double bed which through the day can be folded back to make a comfortable seating area. There is a electric point for lighting and for boiling the kettle for that afternoon tea.

Weavers Wagon

This wagon was pulled behind the old steam engines and has seen several rallies. There is a small double bed with storage underneath and single bed above. There are small kitchen units, sink and cold running water from a 20 litre container under the sink and small toilet room with a porta loo. There is plenty of storage under the bed and a storage seat inside, with a fold away table and chairs which can also be taken outside where you can sit out and have your breakfast or supper on the decking.

The selling point to this wagon is the log burner. I supply the burning logs for this for a small cost. Please be aware that if you use the log burner, you do not go to sleep with it still lit, please make sure the fire is completely out. The stable door allows you to sit and gaze over the beautiful views overlooking the Worthies.

Worthies Wagon

The largest of the Glamping Wagons, literally a house on 4 wheels with everything you need for a cosy stay. Can sleep 4/5 people. Built several years ago on a old hay trailer with a few improvements added over the years. Look out over the campsite and wonderful views of the Worthies to the Historic Abbey and famous Abbey House while sitting and eating breakfast.

The seating area in the day can be changed into a comfortable double bed at night. There is a fully kitted out small kitchen area with work surface, gas oven with grill and 2 hobs, fridge, sink with hot and cold running water.

The small toilet room has a sink with hot and cold running water and small porta loo. Lay in bed and look out over the back field with the farms cattle grazing away. It is a double bed with a single bed underneath. There is plenty of storage and pine chest of drawers to store away any clothing for longer stays.

Whychurch Wagon

Bought several years ago as a flat bed trailer this was self built little over 3 years ago.
There are large units that have a big surface area and a sink which has cold running water from a 20 litre fresh water container underneath, and plenty of storage for bags etc
The double bunk has a single bed underneath, comfortable enough to fit 3 people in and great fun for the little people of your lives who feel like they are in their own little world when you can pull the curtain across the beds.
The table sits underneath the window with great views of the campsite and opposite wash up in the sink overlooking the next door fields.  Or just sit with the doors open to look over the magnificent views across the Worthies to the Abbey.

There is a little room with a Porta Potti too.  You have all you need for your stay here, and the shower facilities are only a few meters away.
  

Paddocks Pod

Bought this year and placed in the bottom corner of the camping site making it very private with unrestricted views across the Worthies. The double front doors open up onto a little decking where you can enjoy the peace and if you’re lucky enough, see our family of roe deer.
There are kitchen shelves with a sink which has cold running fresh water from a 20 litre container, a small fridge and all the appliances you need for your stay. There is a small toilet room with pumped cold water, seating area and a door which leads into the cosiest double room. You also have a nice large window to view out the back of the Pod.