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Dingle View (Fully Furnished) Bell Tent

At Hidden Valley Camping

Hidden Valley Camping, Bine Farm, Eastham, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire WR15 8PA

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
Fully furnished bell tent in Worcestershire’s gorgeous Teme Valley, with plenty of space and a laid-back family ethos.
  • Wood burning stove to keep you toasty if the evenings get chilly
  • Private kitchen shelter
  • Cooking tripod with a Dutch Oven, so you can cook anything from bread to a roast dinner.

This information was supplied by Hidden Valley Camping

Our 2 gorgeous five metre Bell Tents are set on individual plateaus on the east facing slope of the valley. They are sumptuously furnished with just about everything you’ll need and come complete with their own wood burning stove, fire pit, grill, kettle, and a cooking tripod with a Dutch Oven in which you can cook just about anything from bread to a roast dinner.
New for 2018: Each bell tent now has it's own kitchen shelter.
There is a double bed, plus camping beds available upon request for extra guests. There is also a double ring gas stove in our new kitchen shelter, plus all the pots, pans and utensils you’ll need for your stay. Best of all there is a wood burning stove to keep you warm if the evenings or mornings get a bit chilly. We provide an initial ‘fire pack’ comprising of a basket of logs, a bundle of kindling, fire-lighters and a box of matches. More of all of these can be bought from our honesty shop.
We suggest you bring a torch and a battery powered light for use inside the tent and for those midnight toilet trips, as well as sleeping bags for the kids, wellies, warm clothing, towels, tea towels, dish cloths or sponges, and food.
The incredible generously spaced pitches at Hidden Valley Camping give each tent its own privacy and plenty of level space to sit outside around the campfire and enjoy the stunning views. The Bell Tents are just a stroll from the toilet, shower and washing-up facilities and are just a short walk from the carpark. The site itself is car free and off grid (no power in the tents). Wheelbarrows are available to cart your belongings from car to tent.
Minimum booking for our bell tents is 2 nights (3 nights over Bank holidays).
Hidden Valley Camping is a small, family run glamping and camping site located in the beautiful Teme Valley, in a spectacular "you could be anywhere on the planet" setting.
If it's camping under the stars that you're after, then look no further; we boast an enormous dark night sky - forget the stars, you'll be spotting galaxies!
Dawn brings the most amazing spectacle; just as the sun starts to peak through the canvas of your tent, the thousands of birds that you share Hidden Valley with say their good mornings with an incredible dawn chorus - something that must be heard to be believed.

About Hidden Valley Camping

A family-run back-to-basics, campfire-friendly camping & glamping site with plenty of space for each pitch and a laid back family ethos.
Off the beaten track, and tucked away in a rural corner of the beautiful Worcestershire countryside, we welcome you to Hidden Valley Camping.  Set in an ancient orchard on our small working farm, we offer wild-ish camping and glamping, with unrivalled views, huge dark skies, and an abundance of wildlife. With just 3 bell tents and a handful of camping pitches, you are guaranteed your privacy and plenty of space to sit, relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Glamping Site Facilities

All off-grid: 1 composting toilet, hand basin, gas-powered hot shower, washing up station with hot water and solar lighting. A small honesty shop sells drinks, tinned goods, charcoal, local meats, ice creams, sweets, chocolates, the obligatory marshmallows and logs for your campfire. Firepits are available to hire, but you are welcome to bring your own as long as they are off the ground. OS maps are available to borrow for those who enjoy a ramble (access to miles of public footpaths right from the site) and there are wheel barrows to carry your camping gear to the pitch.

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