The saying is that’s ‘Three’s a Crowd’ but when it comes to glamping, 3 is most definitely the magic number!
We firmly believe that a three-night stay is the best option when you visit us. Why? Quite simply, because there is so much to do locally and lots to keep you entertained whilst staying in the huts, with a shorter break you might miss out!
Here is our guide to what you can do in the local area on a 3-night break:
If you arrive on a Monday:
Monday: As you won’t arrive until 4.30 pm or later, you may not have time to enjoy the hot tub on your first night. That’s because it takes several hours to heat, so by the time it is warm enough it will be bedtime! On the first night it is better to arrive and settle in, listening to the wildlife as you drift off.
Tuesday: On your first full day, we’d advise exploring the local area in the morning. If you don’t fancy cooking breakfast (although come on, you could eat alfresco!) there are several local eateries which do a great bacon and eggs. Then walk it off on one of the recommended walks in the area. After lunch, it’s time to fire up the hot tub so that you can enjoy it before (or after) the sun goes down.
Wednesday: Wednesday is Market Day in Wells, which is just a short drive away. The market is fabulous for lots of local produce, which you can enjoy for dinner. Whilst you’re in Wells we’d recommend a visit to Wells Cathedral and a walk around Bishop’s Palace. If you’re lucky there may be an organised ‘Hot Fuzz’ tour when you visit (as it was filmed in Wells), and there are often wonderful concerts as Cedar Hall, part of Wells Cathedral School.
Thursday: Today it’s time to check out – but there’s still time to enjoy a leisurely breakfast before you leave! If you’re planning to spend the day in the area before heading home, we’d recommend a trip to Cheddar. The caves and gorge are well worth a visit!
And that’s it – time to head home and book your next glamping break!