Terms & Conditions
-No smoking inside the pods.
-Dogs -maximum 2 dogs (smaller breeds). Not permitted on the bed or sofa. Must not be left unattended at any time. Please provide all bedding, towels, dog bowls etc. You must clean up after your dog inside & out of the pod. It must be kept on a lead & under control at all times.
- No shoes allowed to be worn inside the pod.
- We don't allow disposable barbeques, we can provide charcoal.
- No candles
- Any damage or breakages must be paid for.
- This is a quiet site, please keep noise levels to a minimum.
- And lastly, please show respect & consideration for the other glampers.
Type Glamping & Camping
£75 - £85 per unit/pitch per night
Luxurious en-suite glamping pods with kitchenette set in the Cheshire countryside with unspoilt views of Malpas. We offer an upmarket, adults only glamping experience open year round.
We have 4 en-suite pods all with their own private patio & bbq area. Each pod has a bathroom with shower, toilet, sink, heated towel rail & towels. A double bed with bedding & bed linen. TV, sofa bed, heating, kitchenette with kettle, toaster, microwave, coffee machine & fridge. Crockery, cutlery & other kitchen essentials & table & chairs. A welcome pack awaits you with, milk, a sweet treat, water and ice, loo & kitchen roll, washing up liquid, soap & cleaning spray. Meadowsweet pod is wheelchair friendly and suits guests with limited mobility, we also accept well behaved dogs in this pod (maximum of 2 smaller breeds) Cowslip & Honeysuckle pods follow on and Harebell pod is the last. Parking is outside the pod field with a short walk to the pods. There is a fire pit in the centre of the wildflower meadow. All pods have a double & a sofa bed, the idea being that 2 friends can come to stay without having to share a bed. It is a quiet site, adults only, open all year round. Perfect location to visit Chester, Shrewsbury, North Wales with Liverpool & Manchester an hours drive away. We are 1.5 miles off the Sandstone Trail.
Additional Directions Information
1 mile south of Malpas on the B5395
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