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Middlewick Farm

Glamping in Somerset

Romantic

Dogs

3 Glamping E-dens set in an ancient orchard at the base of Glastonbury Tor. Set within 16 acres of grounds with indoor swimming pool and steam room. Each E-den has double bed, refreigerator, kettle, toaster. Fully electric with lights and heating.

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  • We have 3 luxury E-den Camping Cabins. Each features a full size double bed (looking up to the stars through the large Velux window) in a Glamping cabin with deck to front and awning. Our E-Dens were featured on George Clarks amazing spaces TV show on Channel 4!

    The Edens are located in a quiet paddock to the rear of Middlewick with lovely path leading the way. We have named them Adam, Eve and Apple as they are located right by some of our ancient apple trees. If you are here in the autumn you will have endless apples to forage and eat.

  • Each E-den has its own private shower room for added luxury (you can leave your toiletries and towels in here and lock the door), a BBQ (guests to provide their own fuel for BBQ), outdoor bean bag, table, chairs, mini fridge, crockery, utensils and use of washing facilities for the dishes! Alternatively bring your own camping stove. All cooking must be done outside of the E-dens.

    The E-dens (Adam, Eve and Apple) and their respective private bathrooms are fully insulated, double glazed and have heating to keep you snug even when it is chilly out.

    The view from each cabin is up towards Glastonbury Tor. A special location and view.

    Use of all facilities at Middlewick, including swimming pool, for guests.

     

  • Prices include crisp white bedding and fluffy white towels. In true camping style, and for peace and tranquillity there are no TV’s in our Edens.

     

    Price Per Week is £430-£472. Price For Mid Week is £250-£285. Price per night £65-£75

     

     

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    Middlewick is in a spectacular location in Somerset; sitting by the ancient oak trees Gog and Maggog which are thought to be the entrance to the ancient Isle of Avalon, and backing onto Glastonbury Tor. It has unrivalled views across the Somerset levels to Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills. It is a peaceful and tranquil location in an area steeped in history, myth and legend. Nestled in a sixteen acre blend of gardens, horse paddocks and orchard, Middlewick is a wonderful place to relax, with the added bonus of a heated indoor swimming pool and steam room a well stocked farm shop. We have several dog friendly cottages: Springfield, Pippin, the Annex and Tor View.

     

    You can walk directly up the Tor from Middlewick and then into Glastonbury itself! It is a very special route to take.

    As well as catering for private holidaymakers and those on short breaks we can also cater for family groups, special interest groups, groups on retreats and corporate retreats. We also have limited dates available for Wedding Receptions when the whole Middlewick Complex can be taken over. Through the year we also host 10 week long Vital Detox Retreats.

     

    Enjoying Somerset’s Finest Foods!
    One of the Best parts of a holiday is enjoying the Local Food and Drink. Fortunately, Somerset is bursting with Artisan producers so you are spoiled for choice. Our On Site Farm Shop sells a wide range of local products so you can try for yourself when you come to stay.

    Eggs – we always have plenty freshly laid eggs courtesy of our 21 free range hens. If you are lucky we may have white or blue ones available alongside of the normal brown eggs. We have 1 little white hen that lays blue eggs, 6 white hens that lay white eggs and the brown ones come from the selection of brown and black hens. All have amazingly yellow yolks and taste delicious. Once you have had our eggs you may not eat supermarket eggs again.

    Depending on the time of year you visit you may find our own home reared pork and lamb for sale. If not ours it will be from one of our neighbours’ farms. We also stock Beef and Lamb by White’s of Wick, the next door farm. Our vegetable garden always has kale and salad that you can pick yourself. Our other vegetables come from local Somerset farms, carrots and potatoes grow very well in our area.

    Autumn brings us an abundance of pears and apples from our orchards. We also produce our own apple juice and cider that can be purchased in the shop. We normally have plenty of milk, bread, cereals, snacks, cakes and much more. You can also choose to order our breakfast boxes, either when making your reservation, or by phoning a few days before you arrive.

    For a more extensive selection, enjoy the wonderful quality and flavour of locally produced and organic foods delivered to your door by Somerset Local Food Direct.

    Being Somerset, there are of course regular Farmers markets:

    Glastonbury 4th Saturday every month 9am to 2pm
    Wells Market every Wednesday and Saturday 9am to 2.30pm
    Axbridge 1st Saturday every month 9am to 1pm
    Cheddar 3rd Friday every month 9am to 1pm
    Frome 2nd Saturday every month 9am to 1pm

    middlewick farm shop

     


  • Cycling

    The SusTrans Route 3 is the Long distance National Cycle Network route connecting Land’s End in Cornwall to Bristol. Middlewick is a stop along the way.

    We are also a great base for the annual Tour of Wessex which takes place on the last bank holiday weekend in May.

    There are many cycle routes in the area, see Where to Cycle in Somerset and Sustrans websites for more ideas. For young children the paths along the Avalon Marshes are a nice safe place to learn how to cycle.

     

    Fishing

    There are several places to choose from – some of the closest being…
    Landsend Farm Fishery, Wedmore
    The Sedges, Bridgwater
    Cheddar Reservoir
    Westhay Lake
    www.go-fish.co.uk has all the details you’ll need.

     

    Riding

    Wellow Trecking Centre Nr Bath 01225 834376
    Divicky Riding School Nr Shepton Mallet 01749 880233

    Ebborlands Riding Centre Nr Wells 01749 672550

     

     

    within walking distance:

    Glastonbury Tor - The Tor is a leisurely 20 minute walk from us and then a little climb to reach the top, but well worth it for the fantastic views. If you are feeling a little more adventurous, sunrise and sunset are even more spectacular.

    Tor is an ancient word for hill and this hill is considered by many to be one of the most sacred sites in Britain.

    Glastonbury Town - Glastonbury is a name you hear almost everyday. Many people connect it to the world famous Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, but this is only a relatively recent addition to the colourful history of Glastonbury and the surrounding land.

    Gog and Maggog - Gog and Magog are 2 ancient oak trees. They are the last 2 remaining oaks of what is believed to have originally been a Druidic avenue that ran up the base of Glastonbury Tor. The row of trees were cut down in 1906 to clear way for farmland.

    They are located adjacent to our property, just a 5 minute stroll from the complex. Past the E-den’s and across the back field.

     

    Chalice Well and Gardens - Chalice Well is one of Britain’s most ancient wells, nestling in the Vale of Avalon between the Tor and Chalice Hill. For over two thousand years this has been a place where people have gathered to drink the waters and find solace, peace and inspiration.

    Many legends are attributed to this ancient well where the waters flow ceaselessly at a steady rate and temperature that never varies.

     

    Glastonbury Abbey - Hidden away in the centre of this ancient market Town are the awe-inspiring ruins of what was one of the largest and richest Abbey’s in England. Set amongst 36 acres of beautiful Somerset parkland and ponds, to tempt the nature lover in all of us. The Abbey ruins are magnificent, spend an afternoon wandering through the remains of this ancient building, filled with history, legend and myth…

     

    The White Spring and Well House - At the end of Well Lane, just next to the Chalice Well Gardens, you will find the mysterious White Spring Cave. This Well house was built by the Victorians. Inside there are a series of pools that have been built according to the principles of sacred geometry. The White Spring is a candlelit sanctuary, a place of prayer, meditation and reflection.

     

    Eating: We are fortunate to be a walk, drive or a nice bike ride from some great Somerset pubs, cafes and restaurants serving fantastic local food. Most of them are independently owned with friendly staff and great chefs. Many are dog friendly and all are child friendly. They are definitely worth the effort to venture out to. Please make sure and phone ahead to check opening time and especially food service times. Unlike the city food often stops around 9pm and a number of pubs do not serve on a Sunday evening.

Get in touch

Middlewick Farm

Tel: 01458 832 351

Web:

Wick Lane, Glastonbury, BA6 8JW

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