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Bluecaps Glamping & Llama Farm

Our Location

Sleepers Stile Road,Cousley Wood, Wadhurst,East Sussex,TN5 6QX

Contact Us

Tel: 01892 785 119 / 07711 663800

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A stay at Bluecaps Farm Glamping offers a quiet and secluded countryside experience. You'll find space, comfort and serenity amongst lush fields and dense woodland, a home-away-from-home where you can relax and unwind in the beautiful surroundings of the High Weald countryside. Bluecaps Farm is less than an hour away from the bustling city of London and a short drive to the historic town of Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Wake up in nature, soak up the stunning views of neighbouring Bewl Water and roast marshmallows around the camp fire. And if you fancy an animal encounter like no other, join us for a llama trek! Perfect for large groups, family breaks or romantic getaways.

Bluecaps Farm Glamping boasts three luxury boutique Bell Tents for our guests to enjoy. The tents are pitched in an enclosed field backing on to woodland. Each tent measures a generous six metres in diameter, providing enough room to sleep four people comfortably. A range of facilities are provided for guests, the field has a communal kitchen area, with designated facilities for each tent.

In addition to the Bell tents, Bluecap are very proud to present new for 2016, 2 Shepherds huts. Extremely cosy, the Shepherds huts are equipped with everything you need for your holiday; including outdoor seating, B-B-Q / Fire-pit . Both are available all year round.

Poppy sleeps up to 2 people, with enough extra space for a travel cot. It has its own integral kitchen & wood burner, solar energy & mains electricity.

Forget-me-not sleeps up to 4 people with extra space for a travel cot. It has its own integral kitchen & wood burner, with mains electricity only

Bluecaps Farm Glamping is part of Bluecaps Farm; a family run business in Cousely Wood, near Wadhurst, a working farm, with approximately 200 acres of grassland, arable and woodland. We breed a range of animals and make our own hay. We also run a successful llama trekking business, which you can read more about on our website

The farm is home to an array of animals. In addition to our llamas, we breed the endangered Fell Pony, a native pony to the UK. We also have a range of other equines including four miniature horses, a Shetland pony and a Welsh pony. During your stay you may also spot foxes, deer, buzzards and owls, all of which are frequent visitors to the farm.

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