There are 4 tents to choose from all measuring 9m x 5m and are built on top of fully lined wooden platforms that offer insulation from the ground. There are a couple of solar powered lights in each tent and bathroom, with wood burning stoves for water heating.
Each tent can accommodate 6 people in 3 rooms; a double, twin and bunk all including duvets and pillows. Tents also include a well equipped kitchen with food preparation areas, a gas hob, fridge, sink with running cold water tap, open plan living and dining area, large table and comfortable seating area. On the wooden platform there is also a separate log cabin bathroom with flushing toilet, basin and hot shower; the water is heated by its own wood burning stove.
Cedars tent is located on the edge of woodland and offers complete privacy so is perfect for families as the woods are right there to explore. Cedars has its own flint circled campfire just outside and a huge oak table for you to eat around.
Beeches, Oaks and Firs are in a separate field next to a small wood. These are all quite close to each other so are perfect for groups of Glampers. Firs is a little distance from Oaks and Beeches so can be a private tent or easily make up as the third group tent. The bathroom set up is the same as Cedars for each tent and there is also a fire pit for each tent or a large communal fire pit for larger parties. There are picnic tables, hammocks and swings dotted about as well.
We are in the process of adding a communal yurt to the group area which will be on a large deck in the same field for a slight extra cost. Full of bean bags for hanging out as a group and with a large dining table for communal meals, this will be a great addition to your stay; especially in compromising weather conditions. It can also be used as extra accommodation for larger groups.
Other facilities and activities (some of which are at an extra cost) include:
-Extra linen and towels
-Clay Pigeon Shooting
The nearest train station is Petersfield, which is about 5 miles away; from there you can get a short 10 minute taxi all the way here.
From London take the M3; turn on the A331 to Farnham, next turn onto the A31 towards Alton, then the A32 towards Farnham. At the West Meon Hub pub take a left; you’ll go through a tunnel, and then turn right after 1 mile at a signpost – East Meon 2.5 miles and Bereleigh 1 mile. After a mile you’ll see the entrance to the estate on the left – brick and flint wall, lodge house and a tarmac driveway.
From London taking the A3; exit onto A272 for Winchester, drive through Stroud and Langrish, ignoring the sign post to East Meon in Langrish. When you see the “East Meon 2.5 miles and Bereleigh 1 mile” sign turn left and follow instructions as above.
Luxury large yurt, inc Hybrid car for 2-6 guests
From €2100 - €2730 per accommodation per week