At Farrs Meadow
Cowgrove Road, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, BH214EL
- Sleeps 4 (max 2 adults, 2 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Cosy accommodation with a log burning stove and double bunk-beds
- Outdoor seating and a fire pit help make the most of the countryside views
- Just five minutes' walk to the river - great for wild swimming, pond-dipping and fishing
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Our shepherd huts are the perfect getaway for a couple or small family. They can can comfortably accommodate two adults in a double bed and have space for up to two children as well. There is a stove and wood burner and outdoor seating with fire pit... fortune telling is optional! During your stay, you will have use of our eco loos and hot showers which are housed in upcycled horse boxes.
Farrs Meadow looks out across the Stour Valley and is perched on a hill and surrounded by woodland. It is a only few minutes walk by footpath to the River Stour where campers can swim and fish. The pretty Vine pub, in the thatched hamlet of Pamphill, is a short stroll across the fields and it is only a 15-minute walk to Wimborne Town centre, with all its facilities and visitor attractions.
Our site also lies on the National Cycle Network, Route 25. A selection of great routes can be followed by those wishing to explore the area by bicycle.
We can also arrange fly fishing on one of Dorset's finest and most private chalk streams, the River Allen, on the Deans Court's beat. Course fishing can be arranged on the River Stour, again on the private banks of Deans Court Estate.
Perched on a hill just outside the pretty market town of Wimborne, with far-reaching views across the Stour Valley, Farrs Meadow is a rural camping gem with a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere. It's a perfect choice for anyone looking for a touch of wilderness that's not too far from civilization.
Glamping Site Facilities
Toilets: 4 Long drop loos. Showers: 3 Hot Showers; All in upcycled horseboxes. They aim for the site to be as close to wild camping as possible: Spot the deer and foxes in the early hours, buzzards and owls at night and enjoy natural cooking on the firepit and barbeques. There are rope swings, woods to build dens in and a secret garden with an orchard, greenhouses and a small pond to sit by. Throughout the season goats and alpacas are on grass mowing duty.