Wixoldbury Farm Glamping

UK England South West England Gloucestershire Wickwar

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Contactless check in
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • Campfires allowed
  • Groups welcome
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Good walks nearby
  • Walking
Secluded Gloucestershire glamping site within easy reach of Bristol, Bath and the Cotswolds

At the end of a narrow, three-quarter-mile long country lane, over the speed bumps, past the alpaca farm and across the tiny stream, Wixoldbury Farm feels like it’s in the middle of nowhere. And in a sense, it is. Looking across the meadows it’s all cows, clouds and countryside as far as the eye can see but it also belies a convenient reality. Quiet but not quite remote, inconspicuous but not inaccessible, Wixoldbury is also within striking distance of Wales, Bristol and the Cotswolds, all of which are within a 25-minute drive.

Home to two charming roundhouses and ‘Popeye’ the traditional shepherd’s hut, Wixoldbury is a working Gloucestershire farm five miles from the M5. In a fenced off paddock a short walk from where you park your car (trollies are provided for luggage), the glamping area occupies a particularly picturesque spot on the farm, with nosey sheep nuzzling along the fence line and a deck outside each accommodation unit where you can sit and enjoy the view.

Each abode has a compact kitchen, an en-suite shower room and can comfortably sleep two people, though sofa beds are provided for children in the roundhouses. While the shepherd’s hut enjoys the ambience of a wood-burning stove – warm, glowing and hard to beat – the roundhouses benefit from tall, sloping ceilings that lend them a wonderful sense of space. And, whichever you choose, all guests can use the communal barbecue den and dining area, as well as gathering around the campfire late at night.

Host Jane knows the area like the back of her hand. Not just the 40 acres of farmland you have to explore but also the wider countryside. She can explain the beautiful 20-minute walk to the Rose & Crown pub – down the lane to the alpaca farm, then a half-mile footpath on an old track lined by bushy hedgerows – or give directions to Iron Acton, where you can walk the riverside trail along the banks of the Frome. For those with youngsters, meanwhile, Cattle Country Park and Berkeley Castle are both within a half-hour drive, but with Bath and Bristol so close by you’re never short of options.

Two cabins are coming for 2021... stay tuned

Details

Facilities

We are a working farm - we farm cattle and sheep and are happy for guests to help feet pet lambs/calves subject to the time of year.  We also have free range chickens which roam the site and provide fresh eggs!

Suitable For

Couples, families and groups booking the whole site are welcome. Dogs are not permitted.

Nearby

Our area is very peaceful and has a variety of wildlife

Food & Drink

We enjoy The Swan at Tytherington.   The Rose & Crown in Rangeworthy is our local pub and there is an enjoyable walk over the fields in the drier months

Opening Times

All year.

Family Friendly


The Owner Says

Wixoldbury Farm is a working farm set on 40 acres in a quiet secluded location. Situated between Bristol and Bath, there is plenty to see and do either with days our, enjoying a local walk or just relaxing on the farm with a book. Our luxury accommodation is all ensuite with it's own kitchen facilities and also a communal dining/cooking area for larger groups. Our accommodation comprises of two wooden roundhouses (which can sleep two adults and two small children) plus one shepherd hut (which can sleep two people). New for 2021 are two glamping cabins which will sleep two adults and three children. All accommodation has it's own kettle, toaster, microwave, slow cooker and fridge together with outdoor dining area and BBQ. The communal dining area has a four ring LPG gas hob. All accommodation has a fully equipped kitchen with all the home comforts you will need. Bed linen for the main/adult bed is included but PLEASE NOTE we do not provide children's bedding.  Towels are provided for all guests.  All accommodation has electricity. Both wooden roundhouses have electric fires and an oil fired radiator.  The shepherd hut has a log burner and an oil fired radiator.  The two new glamping cabins will have a log burner and radiators. Wood can be purchased for the wood burner and fire pit.

PLEASE NOTE FOR GROUP BOOKINGS REQUIRING FOUR OF OUR GLAMPING PODS, WE WILL REQUIRE THE WHOLE SITE (FIVE PODS) TO BE BOOKED TO ENSURE ALL OF OUR GUESTS HAVE THE BEST POSSIBLE GLAMPING EXPERIENCE.   WE WILL BE UNABLE HONOUR ANY BOOKINGS FOR FOUR PODS AND WILL BE UNABLE TO REFUND ANY ADMIN FEES IF WE HAVE TO CANCEL YOUR BOOKING. 

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Getting There

Wixoldbury Farm Glamping is around 10 minutes from Junction 14 on the M5 (follow signs for Cromhall and Wickwar). The glamping site name and postcode together work fine on most SatNavs. The farm is at the very end of Firing Close and sign posted ‘Wixoldbury Farm’. Please continue along the lane until you can go no further (please adhere to the 10mph speed limits on the lane). Trollies are located in the parking area for you to take luggage a short distance to your accommodation. Vehicles are not permitted on the glamping site.

Bristol Parkway Station is approximately a 15-minute taxi journey away.

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