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Canvas or stone?

We have two safari tents which sit on hand-built platforms, high above ground level with spacious decks looking out over the field below. The two tents are approximately 50m apart and separated by a hillock and a copse of beech and apple. If canvas isn’t not your thing, accommodation is also available in a private wing at our quintessentially English, Grade 2-listed cottage with Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams.

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'Toadsmoor', tent 1

  • Sleeps 6

  • Fully fitted kitchen, wood burner, bathroom cabin

  • Hot tub

  • BBQ area and outdoor kitchen & bar

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'Middle', tent 2

  • Sleeps 8

  • Fully fitted kitchen, wood burner, bathroom cabin

  • Hot tub

  • BBQ area and outdoor kitchen & bar

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Wing at the cottage

  • Sleeps 2

  • Private wing of cottage with own entrance

  • Oak-floored drawing room

  • Spiral staircase leading up to the double bedroom and ensuite bathroom

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The two tents are named after the original workers’ cottages on the site.  Both have fully equipped kitchens, log burning stoves, proper beds, hot tubs and bathrooms with flushing loos. Decoration is evocative of a bygone era with brass lights and upcycled features, helping transport you back to simpler times.  New for 2024, we have added outdoor kitchens, each with a bar and space for a pizza oven.

 

Middle Lypiatt is perched on the South-facing side of the Toadsmoor Valley in the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds is the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England, running from Bath in the South to Chipping Campden in the North. It’s known for its pretty villages, dry stone walls and steep sided valleys crisscrossed with footpaths and bridleways.  

 

The Glamping is set in 12-acre field, part of a small holding including the cottage and pony paddocks. It's a haven for wildlife with jays and woodpeckers in the woods, a family of buzzards often seen soaring over the treetops, owls hunt at dawn and dusk, deer and muntjac graze in the field, and if you’re lucky you’ll spot foxes and badgers. Stroud, well-known for its farmers’ market, is three miles away. Cirencester and the spa town of Cheltenham are both within a 30-minute drive.  

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