Mezzanine Eco Glamping Pod
The Owner Says
The pod is an open space with a living area, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor.
The bedroom is on a mezzanine level, accessed via a rustic spiral staircase.
Fully off-grid, solar panels power all lighting and kitchen appliances.
Parking is close to the farmhouse and a short walk to the pod. Unfortunately due to the terrain and to protect the habitat we don't allow guests to drive to the pod. However we will happily transport your belongings for you.
The pod is off-grid but has been set up to provide lighting and power to make your stay comfortable. Please note: there is no Wifi at the site.
Features & Facilities
- Currently we have three flushing toilets and one shower in a shared block. Some of our glamping units have private toilet and shower facilities - please check the individual listings for details. For our campers there is an outdoor sink for washing up, and a mains water tap
- Campfires are only allowed off the ground, so please bring a firepit or similar (alternatively you can rent a BBQ or firepit from us)
- Disposable BBQs are not allowed unfortunately due to the damage these cause to the grass
- When restrictions are lifted we plan to offer space for group bookings - please get in touch if this is of interest
The farm is situated on a hill overlooking the Aylesbury Vale and is a short walk from Rushmere Country Park (recently featured on BBC1's Countryfile). Rushmere is an ancient forest with a visitor centre and cafe (check directly re: opening times), lakes and several trails for running/hiking, mountain biking and horse riding (permits needed for horses and bikes - these are sold at the visitor centre. Rushmere hosts a Parkrun every Saturday (expected to resume on June 5th) which is a 5km run. It adjoins Stockgrove Country Park which has its own picnic area and kiosk selling hot and cold refreshments.
Also close by are Alders Farm shooting range and fishery and an 18-hole golf course with bistro (The Three Locks Golf Course).
The Grand Union Canal has miles of walkable towpaths with many pubs along the way and is about a 15 minute walk from the farm.
Food & Drink
Within one mile of the farm there are two great pubs - the Three Locks and The Old Red Lion Great Brickhill. The first is canalside and the other has a garden with expansive views over the surrounding fields. Both are walkable and serve excellent food. Slightly further away is The George in Little Brickhill - about 2.5 miles by car. This is a family-run pub with a large garden and is close to a play area. There is a butcher (T.H.E. Best Butcher) in the next village selling a wide range of locally-produced meat and other items. Hunters Farm Shop sells fruit, vegetables, gardening supplies and deli items.
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Our closest village is Great Brickhill. We'll provide detailed driving directions after booking and also let you know of any road closures!
If arriving by train, the closest mainline stations (in order) are Leighton Buzzard, Bletchley and Milton Keynes Central. All are about 30 minutes journey time from London and a 10-20 minute cab ride away (£10-25)