Staffordshire Welcomes New Glamping Site!

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Staffordshire Welcomes New Glamping Site!

Staffordshire’s newest glamping site is ready to welcome guests with an opening date of 3rd June 2019!

Wigwam® Holidays Saxon Meadow is a brand new business and is the latest glamping site to open in the Tamworth area.

Set on a 300-acre working farm in the historic village of Seckington which has connections back to the Saxons, Wigwam® Holidays Saxon Meadow includes six handcrafted timber cabins all of which en-suite, fully heated and insulated. Three of the cabins have luxurious outdoor hot tubs and dogs are welcome in three cabins while the others will be pooch-free.

This beautiful site has easy access to main roads and is close to towns and cities including Tamworth, Lichfield and Leicester. Several wedding venues are within very close proximity and the site is already taking bookings from wedding guests attending ceremonies in the area.

The glamping cabins are close to the on-site Beauty Barn where guests can book for a relaxing massage and refreshing facials, perfect for a friends’ reunion, birthday celebration or pre-wedding treat.

Site co-owner Sarah Thirlby said: “We are so excited to be launching our new Wigwam® Site ready for the summer season!

“From seeing the cabins at an agricultural show and attending various Wigwam® Holidays seminars, we knew the cabins were perfect for our location.

“Our location is steeped in history as the village has a motte and bailey castle believed to date from the 11th century, along with numerous attractions nearby. These include the National Memorial Arboretum, Twycross Zoo, Drayton Manor Theme Park and the Tamworth Snowdome. If you love the outdoors, the Conkers family attraction is a short drive away in the National Forest.”

Opening Special Offer - Stay two nights or more before the 30th June 2019 and receive 10% off!

Wigwam® Holidays Saxon Meadow

https://www.wigwamholidays.com/saxon-meadow

PHONE:  0777 389 3738