In its second year, some of our families are given the opportunity to spend precious time together and to experience a ‘Glamping’ holiday in Wigwams at the amazing Chawton Park Farm

Families travel down to just outside Alton, and spend three days on a working sheep farm and experience the beautiful Hampshire countryside, in luxury timber cabins. 

Thank you 

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We were fortunate enough to be invited to go on a Glamping holiday last summer. We did not know quite what to expect. We knew Glamping was a posh form of camping but how different from camping we didn’t know.

We discovered that differences between camping and glamping are vast. The wooden hut we stayed in was fully equipped. It had a flat screened TV with an internal DVD player, a two ring cooker, fridge, microwave, hot water, shower room with wc and the most important thing for a British summer holiday...heating! Externally there is a outdoor table and a BBQ. Plus a field for any energetic young person to run around in.

We had a fantastic time there. On our first night  we had a BBQ. Then on our second day we drove into the village of Chawton to visit the home of the famous author Jane Austen. The location of the Glamping site is situated just off the dual carriageway. This made it easy for us to drive to Winchester, which has plenty to see and do.

My daughters and I had a wonderful time. We came away feeling rested and more closely bonded. 

Rachel (mum), Tiffany and Chloe (twin sisters)