Four luxury off-grid Safari tents in a secret Rutland location; where enchanting woodland scenes are waiting to be uncovered.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
A Little Bit Of Rough Safari Tents is owned and managed by Nick and Sarah.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Nick and Sarah.
These four safari tents are exclusively for you and have a secret location in England’s lush Rutland County. Hidden in a 20 acre private woodland and with nothing but wild animal friends to greet you, it is a true sanctuary where you can escape and renew. Stroll through the enchanting woodland paths or unwind beneath star-studded vistas.
All four tents are lifted up off the woodland floor and have waterproof canvas roofs and rustic chic interiors. Beautiful handcrafted furniture is sprinkled throughout along with idyllic views that can be watched by candle light.
The lodges have spacious open-plan living areas with a country-style kitchen and dining area. Sit back on the sumptuous leather sofa or relax on the covered deck before watching the captivating sunset and its mesmerising glimmers. A large wood-burning stove is on hand for your meals, along with a single gas hob for those morning cups of tea. Fresh running water can be enjoyed from the vintage farmhouse sink, or from the private en-suite bathrooms that have modern luxury facilities.
These wood-floored tents sleep up to six people (max 4 x adults) and have three charming double bedrooms with a sophisticated finish. A master king-size room is the largest of the three and is joined by a cosy twin room and a cute double cabin. Hidden behind shuttered doors off the main living area, the cabin room is a snug little hideaway where you can rest in peace and tranquillity.
Here's a brief overview of each tent:
Oak Lodge - sleeps 6 (max 4 x adults). Situated at the edge of the wildlife pond, Oak has a wood-fired hot tub, a wood-fired pizza oven, fire pit and hammocks.
Ash Lodge - sleeps 6 (max 4 x adults). Located on the hillside and reached by a wooden bridge, Ash has a big decked area, stunning sunset views, a wood-fired hot tub, wood-fired pizza oven, fire pit and hammocks.
Willow Lodge - sleeps 6 (max 4 x adults). Nestled in the woods, Willow Lodge has views across the trees and the Rutland countryside from its deck, plus its own wood-fired hot tub, wood-fired pizza oven, fire pit and hammocks.
Birch Lodge - sleeps 6 (max 4 x adults). With trees on one side and hammocks on the other, Birch has a deck with lovely views at the front, a private deck with al fresco twin bathtubs to the rear, a wood-fired pizza oven and a fire pit.
Located in a picturesque spot in the rural Rutland area, there is an abundance of colourful fauna and flora waiting to be discovered. The Spindleberry Woods have all sorts of magnificent creatures, while the famous Rutland Water centre has an array of outdoor activities. The historic town of Uppingham is also just a short drive away and is just one of the traditional market towns to be found in this East Midlands area.
If you don’t want to leave your serene woodland retreat then there are all sorts of board games, books and bug-hunting kits to keep you and the kids entertained. So whether you curl up beside the fire or fall asleep beneath clear moon-lit skies you’re sure to forget about the stresses of everyday life.
For further details on each lodge, their facilities and prices please visit our website www.alittlebitofrough.co.uk
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