A planning application has been submitted to construct three glamping pods in a former beer garden in Dry Doddington (United Kingdom).
As per a report, The Wheatsheaf Inn on Main Street, Dry Doddington, has asked permission to improve and relocate its beer garden closer to the pub’s building and use the original beer garden area to build three glamping pods for holiday accommodations.
Each pod would be made from timber and would have a covered veranda at the front with a studio living area/kitchen/sleeping area inside and a bathroom with a shower and toilet.
According to its website, The Wheatsheaf Inn at Dry Doddington is a small village pub found in Dry Doddington, halfway between the historic market town of Newark and Grantham, the home of Isaac Newton.
It overlooks Dry Doddington’s St. James Church, whose tower out-leans the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
If granted, relocation of the beer garden will allow for the installation of covered seating boots, timber decking, and additional seating.