Birdholme Glamping


  • #Safari Tent
  • #Camping
  • #Glamping
  • #Groups
  • #Hot Tub / Outdoor Bath
  • #Romantic
  • #Woodland
  • #Family
  • #Rural
  • #Modern
  • #Lakes
  • #Wifi

£181.50 up to £285.00 per night as of 22/02/2024

Enjoy a luxury glamping experience set among more than 17 acres of rich woodland and meadows in Nottinghamshire at Birdholme Glamping. Nature is the perfect backdrop to this getaway, with a pond and a winding stream working its way through the site. There are five self-catering safari lodges to choose from, which sleep up to four adults and two children. Each interior is stylish and elegant in its decoration and furnishings, with the open plan lounge acting as the social hub. A log burner and underfloor heating keeps the lodges toasty and warm, while a TV and WiFi throughout provides the entertainment. This flows into a dining area and a fully equipped modern kitchen, fitted with a hob, fridge, and dishwasher. Each lodge has one double and one twin bedroom, as well as a further double mezzanine which is ideal for children. There is a bathroom, which includes a shower, basin, and toilet. Outside is a private hot tub on the veranda, accessed by glazed patio doors. This can be enjoyed all year round, whatever the weather. The natural woodland is responsibly maintained, with the lodges designed to have as little impact on their environment and the wildlife as possible. Those staying can sit back with a drink or a good book and take it all in, or choose to explore a little further afield with many great walks right on the doorstep. There are also great pubs and restaurants nearby. Meanwhile, there is plenty to discover in the thriving county of Nottinghamshire. The historic city of Nottingham offers a variety of different attractions. The Lace Market is home to some of the city’s best bars and restaurants hidden along pretty cobbled streets. There is also St Mary’s Church, which features in the ballads of Robin Hood, and the National Justice Museum. Its history is brimming, with caves dating back to Anglo Saxon times and the castle. Stretching from Nottingham to Worksop is 30 miles of woodland and heathland known as Sherwood Forest. Made legendary by the famous outlaw Robin Hood, there are now many nature walks and trails to discover - as well as the many grand houses and country park estates.