Glamping West Midlands
Mere Hall, Mere Lane, Enville, West Midlands DY7 5JL
For an authentic glamping getaway in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, Glamping West Midlands is the perfect destination. The stately grounds of the grand Mere Hall set the scene perfectly for a weekend of relaxation. With the sights and sounds of rampant wildlife filling the reinvigorating country air, the centre-piece of this idyll is undoubtedly the farm’s tranquil lake. The surrounding smallholding is home to a whole host of convivial critters including sheep, cows, geese, chickens and llamas – yes, llamas!
The beautifully crafted twin Mongolian yurts which call this site home are kitted out with comfort in mind. The wood burning stove turns this into a cosy nest of loveliness while the air vent prevents things from getting too stuffy. Affable campsite proprietor, Chris Armstrong, is happily on hand in the evenings to make sure your stay is completely hassle-free. Her carefully put-together welcome pack includes all the essentials for your stay.
Should you need any other bits and bobs or advice on places to visit (of which there are countless - this is the Midlands remember!), just give Chris a shout. And with just two yurts on site, you’re free to enjoy your new nest in perfect peace and quiet (bar the odd bleating llama!).
The Owner Says
For an authentic glamping getaway in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, Glamping West Midlands is the perfect destination. The stately grounds of the grand Mere Hall set the scene perfectly for a weekend of relaxation.
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A Fantastic Break
We have just retuned from a 2 night stay in one of Glamping West Midland's yurts and have had a brilliant time. My husband, two children (age 7 & 8) and I have had so much fun. It was our first adventure camping and I am so glad that we decided to go glamping. The yurt was beautifully decorated and well equipped with everything that we needed. Chris' attention to detail was impressive, even towels and lovely soft blankets were provided. All we needed to take was food. Despite going for a few rainy days in April, the yurts were really warm and cosy. It was great to be able to stand up in the yurt and move around easily. There was lots of space for the 4 of us and all of our bags! The facilities (showers, toilets etc) were far better than I was expecting. Very clean and easy to get to in the night. My daughter loves animals and was absolutely thrilled when Chris invited her to feed the animals (geese, chickens, ponies, llama's, pigs etc) and walk the dogs. She has had the time of her life. My husband and son had a great time lighting the fire-heated hot tub and we managed to get in it last night. It was a magical end to a wonderful holiday. The location of the site is great. Only about 15 minutes from Bridgnorth where we spent the day on the steam railway. Then we visited a local pub for dinner, recommended by Chris and had a very warm welcome. The owner of the pub offered us milk and bread incase we hadn't been able to get to the shops and even gave us a free bottle of wine! If you are reading through all the varying glamping sites and wondering where to go. I'd highly recommend Glamping West Midland's. It's in a beautiful setting and there is only 1 other yurt and a few cabins for people to stay, so you won't be surrounded by noisy neighbours.
Our family of 2 adults and 2 children stayed in one of these wonderful yurts for 3 nights. Everything was provided for us (just bring food and drink) Beautiful setting. So many lovely animals and birds, felt like I was on a little safari. Great pubs nearby. The owners are close by and were very friendly and helpful. For someone that doesn't do camping, I can't wait to go back!
Beautiful, country break
My partner and I stayed for the weekend and we loved it. A beautiful country setting. Provided everything you needed and more. The yurt is lovely. Really enjoyed our time their. The owners are super nice and made us feel really welcome. Will visit again.
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