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Gold Hill Glamping

UK England South West England Dorset Shaftesbury

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • 24hr+ ventilation between accommodation guests
  • Campfires allowed
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Good walks nearby
  • Walking

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Facilities

As a working dairy farm, there are lots of cows to be seen. Our younger visitors greatly enjoyed watching them coming in for twice daily milking. Guests are welcome to come and watch the cows being milked by prior arrangement and to gain an understanding of where their milk comes from. We also have gentle farm ponies that like a stroke and a cuddle and guests are welcome to help to brush them if they choose. We have an abundance of space here and there is a public footpath walk right through the farm.

Suitable For

The site is suited for families, couples, small groups of friends, or single campers seeking peace and quiet. Sadly no dogs allowed, due to the very friendly, but territorial farm Jack Russell.

Nearby

We love the abundance of wildlife that abides at Goldhill Glamping. Hare, deer and owls are regularly seen and heard throughout the seasons. Ideally located in the scenic Dorset countryside, Gold Hill Glamping is surrounded by woodland. There are lots of things to do in the area and there are many idyllic walks directly from the bell tent. There is also a ‘secret’ forest school play area, a short walk from the glamping fields. Truly stunning in bluebell season (end of April / early May) and rather beautiful all year round. Children can play in the mud kitchen, paddle in the tiny stream, or play hide and seek in the dens. There are also a few fairy doors hidden in the trees and rope tree swings for the more adventurous. This little forest used to be a forest school, but is now available exclusively for our glampers to enjoy. The views from the farm are truly splendid over the rolling Dorset hills. We particularly love evenings at Gold Hill Glamping which may be enjoyed around the firepit, barbequing, toasting marshmallows and enjoying the star filled sky. We recommend ending the evening by snuggling up in the fairy lit tent, gazing out at the scenery, as the dusk welcomes the stars.

Food & Drink

We recommend the Fontmell Inn, which is in Fontmell Magna, a few minutes drive away. We also highly recommend the Cricketers Pub in nearby Shroton about a 10 minutes drive away. Shaftesbury has several lovely cafes / pubs to eat in. We can recommend the Grosvenor in Shaftesbury and The Salt Cellar cafe, which is nestled at the top of the famous Goldhill and was a backdrop for the well known Hovis advert.

Opening Times

April–September.

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Accommodation

Two five-metre bell tents in a spacious three-acre glamping meadow.

Hazel Belle

Bell tent Sleeps 5
Hazel Belle is a lovely lotus bell tent, which sleeps 5 (an extra child would be fine).

Willow Bell

Bell tent Sleeps 4
Willow Bell is a luxury bell tent, which sleeps 4.

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