Description of Bluecaps Farm Glamping
Bluecaps Glamping is a family run site at Bluecaps Farm in Cousley Wood, near Wadhurst on the borders of Kent and East Sussex.
Our farm is a working farm. We work the land and make our own hay.
We also breed llamas and run llama treks from our farm.
Surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the High Weald, we are neighbours of the extremely picturesque Bewl Water.
We also breed Fell Ponies, a native pony of the UK which is also an endangered species.
In addition to our Fell Ponies we also have a range of other equines including four miniature spotted horses and a Welsh pony. We also take in liveries.
Finally, to complete our family, we have two dogs and four cats.
We currently have three luxury boutique Bell Tents available.
Each tent measures a generous six metres in diameter, providing enough room to sleep four people very comfortably.
The tents are pitched within an enclosed field backing onto woodland.
We are very happy to welcome small family groups and can accommodate up to 12 people – 4 people per Bell Tent.
A two night minimum charge applies although for an additional £20 per unit, guests can stay for one night only.
These bookings would only be taken nearer the chosen date if there was availability.
We are afraid that we are unable to accommodate unaccompanied groups of under 21s.
Six metre diameter Bell tents
- 3 Units
- Sleeps: 4 Persons
- Toilets (Shared) , Showers (Shared)
- Towels(No) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
All tents are equipped with a double bed, 2 single camper beds, sofas, ottoman, drawers, wood stove, fire pit with BBQ & dutch oven. There are additional furnishings depending on the style of the tent chosen.
There is a communal kitchen area which comprises individual gas cooker per tent plus cool box & all utensils. Each tent has its own table & seating on its plot.
All crockery, cutlery & pots & pans are provided as is bedding but guests need to bring towels.
Other Accommodation at Bluecaps Farm Glamping
Last year saw the arrival of Poppy and Forget me not Shepherds Huts which are 2 and 4 berth respectively. They are available for all year round Glamping.
Poppy is luxuriously kitted out for two people with a large double bed (5’ x 6’ ) a wood burning stove complete with kindling and wood free of charge.
There is a small kitchen area with pumped running cold water, a single induction hob and a battery powered cool box. Apart from the solar power operating lights etc, there is also mains electricity. Kitchen utensils include kettle, toaster, slow cooker, a set of 3 stainless steel steamer pans and frying pan.
Forget me not is the same spec as Poppy but as well as the double bed has the addition of 2 adult sized bunk beds. Mains electric only.
All crockery and cutlery provided. In addition there is an outside seating area with firepit/BBQ. First Aid kit is provided.
All you need to bring is towels, slippers and wellies.
- Shared Showers
- Shared Toilets
Although there are no Wi-Fi facilities, the owners are happy to charge mobile phones.
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions
- First Aid Kit
In the event of inclement weather, wellington boots would be essential.