Middle Stone Farm

UK England West Country Somerset

Brompton Ralph, Somerset TA4 2RT
Luxury glamping with hot tubs on the eastern edge of Exmoor National Park

It seems fitting that Middle Stone Farm have named their three brand new safari tents after birds of prey – Buzzard, Hawk and Kestrel. Positioned between Exmoor and the Quantock Hills, this remote patch of rural Somerset is an ideal sanctuary for wildlife. A resident barn owl hoots from the old barn opposite Catherine and Patrick’s farmhouse and house martins arrive beneath the eaves every summer, twigs in their clutch, ready to start building. Then there are the more catered-for critters: rare-breed pigs, sheep, chickens and alpacas grazing the meadow. All give the farm it’s unpretentious, backcountry atmosphere – an agricultural escape that’s ideal for families.

The safari tents are firmly at the upper end of the luxury scale, fully kitted out with everything you need, and housed beneath the forest green wingspan of their canvas roofs. The kitchen has cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils – best put to work on the artisan wood-burning oven – and there’s even a small fridge located beneath the aptly named ‘cupboard bed’: a two-person cubbyhole in the wall that children particularly adore. Each safari tent has an en-suite shower room at the far end and a south-facing sun deck out front, plus a bubbling wood-fired hot tub you can relax in.

In its own private corner of the farm, a wooden glamping cabin offers an alternative to the three safari tents, and can be booked on its own, or if you're quick, the tents and cabin can all be booked together to accomodate a larger group. The whitewashed deckhouse sleeps a family of four in a king-sized bed and separate bunkroom, while a large, open plan living space has a slightly retro feel. It makes a nice contrast with the modern shower room and a smart new wood-burner, adding its glowing warmth to the light and airy interior.

Evening campfires remind guests that, despite all the luxuries, this is still very much a camping holiday. You can purchase meat from the farm shop too, if you want something to sear over the crackling flames. For a proper pint, though, it’s a fair trek along the Somerset footpaths to the nearest local watering hole. But then, the real gift of this campsite is its off-the-beaten track location. Hop in to the car to get to the beaches of the Bristol Channel a few miles to the north, Exmoor National Park to the West, the Quantock Hills to the east and the market town of Taunton just south. Off the track it may be, but you needn’t drive far for heaps of options.

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The Owner Says

Middle Stone Farm in rural West Somerset offers three luxuriously furnished safari lodges and a wooden cabin each complete with their own private wood fired hot tubs and views of the surrounding hills.
The safari lodges each sleep up to six people, they are spacious and comfy and equipped with everything you need for your stay.  With ensuite bathrooms, hot water from an artisan water heating stove, large wood-burning oven for cooking and heating the tent, a mini fridge-freezer, charging sockets and high quality furnishings, these exceptional safari tents represent the very best in luxury UK glamping.
The Deckhouse cabin is on a different area of the farm, perfect for couples or families seeking a bit more privacy.  It looks out onto rolling farmland with geese, sheep and alpaca.  It also has its own wood fired hot tub, a barbecue and outside seating area. 
Middle Stone Farm is ideally located for exploring Exmoor National Park and the stunning North Devon coast.  Porlock Weir, Dunster Castle and Tarr Steps are within easy reach. You could also go fossil-hunting on Kilve beach or take a trip on the popular West Somerset Railway, the South Devon beaches are only an hour's drive away.
On-site, there is a well-stocked farm shop with local foods, warm croissants in the morning, meat from the farm, local beers, ciders and well priced wine along with all the essentials for your trip.  Barbecues are provided of course, so stock up on local produce and have a zero-food-mile cook up!
On the 30 acre farm you'll see an assortment of friendly and curious animals, look out for the alpaca, rare breed sheep and pigs, in the Spring there's an opportunity to help feed orphan lambs and goats.

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★★★★★

Perfect Deckhouse

Jan 11, 2017 by Kate

We had a great New Year in the Deckhouse. The wood burner keeps it warm and cosy, and the whole place is super clean and really well designed for comfort in a small space. We appreciated the family friendly touches, and we had excellent communication with the owners throughout, whilst being left to enjoy our holiday. It was so good we have already booked again for next year!

★★★★★

Amazing

Jul 26, 2016 by kristy

Have just returned from a weeks stay at this lovely site. The accommodation was beautiful and lots of thought has gone into what guests may need during their stay. The log burner stove was lovely although alittle hot in the amazing weather we were fortunate enough to have. The children loved the play equipment and especially the goats , spent hours patting and running up and down with them. The honesty shop was a god send and reasonably priced items- you can order fresh bread, fresh meat and has a good selection of wine :0) The location is easy to find and lots to do around the area We are new to glamping have previously camped I would definitely Glamp again after this experience . I found middlestone farm to be an affordable family holiday/ break the prices are not ridicously high which will enable families to enjoy this lovely site year after year

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