Glamping

Ivy Grange Farm glamping offers the best combination of the camping experience – from waking up under canvas to sitting round your own campfire toasting marshmallows – with luxury and fun, otherwise known as glamping. Whether you love camping and are looking to spoil yourselves, or you’re someone who doesn’t do air mattresses, you won’t be disappointed!

The double-beds, fairy lights, wood-burning stove, hand-painted furniture and deckchairs give each yurt its own individuality and character whilst the Woodland showers (the outdoor hot water double shower) are an experience not to be missed. The safari kitchen (gas hobs under a roofed shack with windows looking out on to the meadow) offers a practical and fun solution to cooking in windy or rainy weather! The recently renovated 17th century barn offers a great space for table tennis (we have a full sized table) and table football, as well as comfy armchairs and an ever-expanding collection of books.

Cook yourselves a tasty meal, whilst relaxing on your yurt’s spacious decking or, if you prefer, the courtyard area outside the barn is a great place to enjoy a bar-b-q, and is a fantastic space for groups of friends or families taking the whole site to celebrate special occasions.

Ivy Grange Farm is a great place just to relax, sitting on your decking watching the world go by, doing things at camping pace. Once you’ve recharged your batteries, there are bikes to borrow if you fancy exploring the local lanes or heading for the coast, lots of great seaside and riverside pubs to visit, plenty of activities to interest children, local canoe and boat hire, good river and sea swimming and much, much more. We’ve got lots of info here, maps and cycle route planners to borrow and we’re always happy to recommend!

We have set out to create the type of place we’d love to stay at and we’d love you to come and try it for yourselves! After all, what could be better, as the sun goes down, than sitting round your campfire watching the bats skim the field or, as the stars come out, listening to the tawny owls start their calling.