As travel and tourism slowly bounce back after more than two years of pandemic-related restrictions, glamping becomes more popular than ever as it allows people to enjoy the great outdoors in comfort.
Wild Woodland Retreat, nestled on the outskirts of Elham (England), is a family-run farm that offers opportunities to escape from the daily hustle and bustle.
Guests can opt to stay on the farm’s shepherd’s huts and the Lotus Stargazer and Touareg Tent glamping that features a fully equipped outside kitchen, shared composting toilet, vintage horsebox showers, and a fire pit.
According to its website, Wild Woodland Retreat offers the ultimate Kent glamping experience with its shepherd’s huts and bell tents that are heated by a wood burner, have hot running water, and an ensuite bathroom with a luxury shower and composting toilet.
The shepherd’s huts can accommodate two adults and two young children and are perfect for people who want a wild tranquil escape. They are half a kilometer away from the nearest road and dwelling.
The breathtaking views outside are also best paired with the farm’s supply of bread, jam, butter, and milk from a local dairy. They also offer various teas and filter coffee, porridge oats, and cornflakes.
Kids and kids at heart will also enjoy goat walking around the farm! Farm goats Custard, Mustard, Carrot, and Parsnip enjoy strokes and cuddles.
From walking, exploring, goat walking, glamping, or even mere sitting and enjoying a cup of tea or coffee, Wild Woodland Retreat provides a tranquil holiday that people of all ages can enjoy.
For more information, visit https://wildwoodlandretreat.co.uk/.
Featured image from Wild Woodland Retreat.