Marsh Harrier pod

UK England East Anglia Essex Maldon Southey Creek Glamping

  • Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • En-suite bathroom/toilet
Our Marsh Harrier pod sleeps 2. Has beautiful farm views towards the River Blackwater. Enjoy the peace and tranquility.

The Owner Says

We are opening on Friday 2nd April 2021 and TAKING BOOKINGS NOW.

Our pod sleep 2 adults. It is fully equipped with everything you need for a fantastic holiday, including a large cosy bed, kitchenette and an outside BBQ.

FACILITIES:

  • Kitchenette includes: cooker, two ring ceramic hob, fridge with freezer compartment, sink, crockery, cutlery, glasses and cooking utensils
  • Tea, coffee and sugar.
  • Large bed (sleeps 2), including bedding and towels.
  • Table and seating inside.
  • Electrical points, including USB charging sockets.
  • Heater.
  • Private ensuite shower and toilet facilities (including heated towel rail).
  • A covered porch and an outside table and chairs for you to sit and unwind enjoying the peace, quiet and the beautiful views.
  • BBQ - You will need to bring your own charcoal, or purchase a pack from us when booking. BBQ utensils are provided.
  • Our pod is light and airy in the summer and cosy in the winter.
  • Free parking on site.
We regret that we cannot accommodate dogs or children (though upon request, we will try to accommodate small babies up to the age of 2 years old. Please contact us when booking. We do have 1 travel cot available).

About Southey Creek Glamping

Suitable For

Glampers, adults – yes. Campers, caravans, motorhomes, children, dogs – no.

Nearby

The farm is on the edge of the village of Mundon where there’s a pub, a listed church and a “petrified” oak forest. You can walk two and a half miles into the historic maritime town of Maldon where there are lots of shops, cafés and a couple of museums. The big attraction is Hythe Quay where distinctive red-sailed Thames Barges offer trips along the River Blackwater. There are also lots of annual events here including the well-known Maldon Mud Race, usually held in late spring. New Hall vineyard (01621 828343) is just three miles from site in the village of Purleigh and offers guided tours and tasting. There is also a Museum of Power, five miles away at Langdon (01621 843183), and the Royal Horticultural Society’s garden at Hyde Hall (01245 402113), nine miles from Southey Creek Glamping and the Tiptree Jam Museum and tea room (01621 815407), 11 miles away (because you can't have a jam museum without having a good tea rooms with it too).

Food & Drink

You can pre-order breakfast and barbecue packages full of local produce to be in your pod on arrival (extra cost). The closest pub is The White Horse in Mundon (01621 740276) an easy countryside stroll away. There are lots of places to eat, drink and buy supplies in Maldon, under three miles away, including a choice of two micropubs which both brew their own beers, the Farmers Yard (01234 567890) and The Mighty Oak (01621 843713), and The Queens Head, which offers a seasonal menu and views of passing barges. The Bell in Purleigh (three miles away; 01621 828348) is another recommended pub serving food and there’s a lovely little community shop there with heaps of local produce. For a cream tea, where better than the tea rooms at the Tiptree Jam Museum?

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Location

Southey Creek Glamping is located at Bramble Hall, Mundon Road, Mundon, Maldon, Essex CM9 6PN

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Getting There

From Chelmsford, take the A414 towards Maldon. After about nine miles, on the outskirts of Maldon, at the roundabout take the third exit on to the B1018, Limebrook Way. Go straight over at the next roundabout and take the third exit at the next one on to Mundon Road. After about a mile, look out for Bramble Hall on the right.

The closest railway station is at Hatfield Peverel which is connected to Chelmsford (six minutes away), London Liverpool Street (40 minutes away) and Ipswich (40 minutes away). From there, it’s advisable to book a taxi for the onward journey as there’s no direct public transport route. There is a bus stop a few hundred metres from the driveway which links with Maldon and Chelmsford, via the number 31 bus by First Group.