Description of Tall Trees Glamping
On the edge of the Somerset Levels, in a stunning area full of myth and legend, our four luxurious Safari Lodges offer the ultimate rural escape.
Our lodges are situated in a large field with a variety of trees and plants, a wild meadow and of course, the little orchard itself, which is the main communal space.
There is no agenda here. You can kick back and relax, immerse yourself in activities and games or explore the local area.
Sit back on your veranda and enjoy beautiful countryside views and comfortable seating. Each lodge has its own cast iron bbq for cooking up a storm on long summer evenings.
The Mendip Hills, an Area of Natural Beauty and home to Cheddar Gorge and Caves can be reached in thirty minutes.
The picturesque smallest city in England, Wells, is also a short drive away.
We are twenty five minutes from Shapwick Heath, the beautiful wetland reserve, perfect for nature lovers.
There are plenty of beautiful Dorest beaches within easy reach for a day trip, Burton Bradstock being a personal favourite.
We are thirty five minutes from Junction 23 of the M5. Two hours and forty five minutes from London.
Tall Trees Glamping offers it all and more.
- 4 Units
- Sleeps: 6 Persons
- Toilets (Private) , Showers (Private)
- Towels(Yes) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
Each lodge sleeps 6 people and up to 2 dogs, in a King Bedroom, a Twin Bedroom and Double Cabin Bed.
All the beds are made up with Egyptian cotton bed linen and cosy duvets. Each lodge has its own bathroom, complete with shower, flushing toilet, basin and heated towel rail so you don’t need to sacrifice on your creature comforts.
Hot water is provided on tap, as well as your very own log burner to keep you toasty!
Each lodge has a private kitchen and bathroom.
- Fruit Trees
- Sports Fields
We have a large indoor space in the main farmhouse, where there's a pool table, table football and tennis table as well as wifi access.
There is also a shop which stocks the basics.
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions
We provide all the basics but recommend bringing warm clothing!