Back in September we spent a lovely week Glamping down in Devon at the wonderful Wood Life. They have 8 acres of woodland in the middle of a big field near the village of Kenn (Broken link ~~https://maps.google.co.uk/?ll=50.657297,-3.526182&spn=0.017711,0.045447&t=h&z=15~~). The main feature of the camp is the big (10 x 5 meter) Albion Canvas (Broken link
http://www.albioncanvas.co.uk/) safari tent, which has a nice wood burner and a couple of bedrooms with proper beds! There is a gas hob and a sink with running water, which takes some of the pain of camping away, as well as a big dinning table and a sofa in a lounge area. Outside there is a toilet and shower hut, the shower being gravity fed from a tank up in the trees and heated by a small wood burning boiler. In the middle there is a nice camp fire with logs for seating and for the kids there is a tree house, see-saw and a massive swing, hung from one of the trees. We had a great time down there, but having to light a fire in the mornings to warm the place up was a bit of a shell shock when you come from a nice house with central heating!
Below is a panorama I took of the camp which you should be able to move about with your mouse, you can see all the bits of the camp from there.
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