'Wild Glamping' Bell Tent
- Sleeps 6 (max 3 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
The Owner Says
This is a booking for one of our nine 'wild glamping' bell tents and camping equipment, set on a woodland pitch.
Wild Boar Wood Campsite's glamping pitches all include a spacious pre-erected five-metre bell tent, standard double bed and additional comfortable camp beds. Each bell tent has a picnic table, cooking equipment, kitchenware and directors chairs. The pitches have their own campfire with grill, as well as a wood-burning eco/rocket cooking stove. You must bring your own linen, pillow, duvets and sleeping bags, towels and tea towels.
The two 'Faraway Bell Tents' pitches are set a distance from the main campsite. (Request one of these in the 'notes' section if you want added privacy and we will allocate one if possible).
We provide a bag of logs per night of your stay. Additional bags may be purchased or brought by you to the campsite. You must not collect wood from the campsite and it's woodlands. Sorry NO DOGS or PETS are allowed
FOR BOOKINGS of more than 4 adults, or for group inquiries, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us during office hours on 01273 401100 so we can advise on the appropriate set-up for you.
Also provided on the campsite: a central washing up area, eco bucket showers with hot water, flushing toilets and a central parachute covered campfire area. We also provide washing up liquid, hand wash and body wash. Please note this campsite is off grid. The Car parking is a 5 minute or less walk from the pitch - wheelbarrows are provide. Cars may not access the campsite.
About The Secret Campsite Wild Boar Wood
Suitable ForFamilies. Chilled out adults. Groups and full campsite bookings — yes. Dogs — no.
Wild Boar Wood is located right on the High Weald— a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ashdown Forest is also close to the site and is famously known as the home of Winnie the Pooh. This stunning area has an enviable array of walks and cycle routes and, should you wish to explore in a more laid-back way, the Bluebell Railway is a charming steam locomotive that travels from Sheffield Park to East Grinstead. The Capability Brown designed Sheffield Park and Garden is well worth a visit and can be reached by car in about 10 mins. Borde Hill, one of the country's most magnificent gardens, is around 5 mins drive away. Other attractions include Heaven Farm and the Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum. If its restaurants, shops and nightlife you seek, boho beach town Brighton is only a 30 min drive away.
Food & Drink
There is no shop on sight but some excellent pubs and farm shops are within walking distance. The most notable of these is the award-winning High Weald Dairy; why not take part in one of their cheese-making courses? There are two great pubs within a mile and a half of Wild Boar Wood. The Sloop Inn is a traditional Sussex pub serving up classic pub fayre using locally sourced produce. The Green Man in Horsted Keynes is the quintessential English pub— right on the village green.
The Secret Campsite Wild Boar Wood is located at Wild Boar Wood Campsite, Horsted Keynes, Haywards Heath, East Sussex
Nearest Station: Haywards Heath (five miles away), taxis from the station take 12-15 minutes. Trains run regularly from London Victoria and London Bridge and take approximately 40-45 mins. Trains from Brighton take 13-20 mins. Bus: The nearest bus stop is in the village of Horsted Keynes. Bus Route 270. Walk: The walking distance from Horsted Keynes is approximately 1.5 miles.