We've clad the inside of three of our safaris tents this month so they're now a lot more protected from the Exmoor winds for guests glamping at the start or end of the season when it can feel colder.
This photo is Bossington Lodge (formally known as Stag, we've renamed them for 2021), it's our largest lodge and a good choice for families wanting lots of space whilst they're glamping. It has two sofas and an arm chair, a large private bathroom and second loo, good sized bedrooms and a large open plan sitting room and kitchen. Porlock and Kilve Lodges are either side of it and lovely for families to book together for a socially distanced glamping holiday. Whilst we don't know what the rules will be this summer, we are expecting more social distancing guidelines. So we're only accepting single household bookings per accommodation but we are allowing families to take a couple of lodges together so they can hopefully socialise safely outside during their stay.
We have two play areas on the farm and lots of meadow space for children to run free. Our glamping shop opens twice a day where you can pick up fresh bread, the morning papers, meat and veg kebabs for the barbecue, treats for the children, local Somerset ciders and lots more. There are goats in the glamping paddock this year and our curious alpacas (not llamas!) in the neighbouring field.
Three of our safari tents are dog friendly this year, they are Buzzard, Hawk and Kestrel Lodges. Previously we've only taken dogs outside the school holidays, but we've listened to our guests who are keen to return with their pets and we look forward to welcoming them to the farm. Exmoor has brilliant dog walks, most of the Somerset and Exmoor beaches are dog friendly and so are the majority of our pubs. For any guests who have allergies we have dog free lodges too!