Safari tent lodges with sea views on the Isle of Wight
Quality Unearthed present a collection of five stunning new safari lodges on the Isle of Wight offering an unbeatable island experience.
“Fresh air, freedom and space are here for the taking! This is glamping at its best... who wouldn’t enjoy sitting on a veranda with a drink watching the sun set over the sea, I did when I was there” says Tim Rees, owner and founder of Quality Unearthed.
Set on a family run 400 acre sustainably managed working farm, the owners are happy to share their love for the land and show you how it all works - see the cows being milked and (from June) collect fresh eggs for your breakfast.
The friendly owner is a rich source of local information and even gives clients hot water bottles to keep toes warm at night!
The details considered at this site are all in keeping with luxury camping: a top quality spacious tent hosts a double and bunk bedroom (proper beds - not an air mattress in sight!), a fully equipped kitchen (with fridge!), a wood burning stove in the heart of a spacious dining/living room.
Each of the 5 tents have their own private hot water shower room.
There is a paddock for games and barbecues and a locally sourced food ''welcome pack'' is provided.
Things to do nearby:
Festivals: The Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival, Rhythmtree World Music Festival, Minghella Film Festival, The Garlic Festival, The Folk Festival.
Activities: Surfing of all kinds, kayaking, fishing, horse-riding. You are never far from a beach here including nearby favourites Compton and Freshwater Bay.
Visitor Attractions: Robin Hill Adventure Park, Island Adventure Activities, The Owl and Monkey Haven, Carisbrooke Castle, Ventnor Botanical Gardens, Dimbola Museum & Galleries, The Needles Park at Alum Bay.
Each of the 5 safari tents sleeps 6 people in 1 double bedroom, 1 bunk bedroom, 1 double wooden cabin bed. Dogs welcome.
Visit qualityunearthed.co.uk for more information.