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    Type Glamping & Camping
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    Units/Pitches 4
  • £65 - £85 per unit/pitch per night

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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 having opened in August 2018. Each pod has a bathroom with shower, loo, sink & heated towel rail & towels. A double bed with bedding & bed linen. TV, free WiFi, 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. 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.

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1 mile south of Malpas on the B5395

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