At Wight Bells we aim to offer the romance and simple pleasure of camping without any of the hassle. Our canvas bell tents are set on a small campsite in beautiful countryside and are spacious enough to comfortably sleep a family. Each tent is on a wooden deck and furnished with a memory foam bed, futon, rugs and plenty of storage.
Our canvas bell tents have a vintage look and are spacious enough to comfortably sleep a family or cosy enough for a romantic getaway for two. Each tent is set on its own wooden deck and is furnished with a memory foam bed, futon, rugs and plenty of storage. There’s an outdoor table and chairs for alfresco dining or you can lounge in a deckchair under the shared gazebo.
All the camping essentials are provided and in your own outdoor kitchen you’ll find a camping stove, pots and pans, utensils and a washing up bowl. Inside there’s real crockery, glasses, cutlery and a cool box. All the tents have electricity so you can make a cup of tea in the morning before you poke your head out of the door! Finally the bell tents are finished off with a few stylish extras such as lanterns, fairy lights and board games.
Our bell tents are set in an enclosed area of a small traditional campsite based close to the seaside town of Shanklin. The campsite offers hot showers, toilets, washing up facilities, a play barn and small playground for the kids. There are countryside walks from the site and a five minute drive takes you to the sandy beaches on the south coast of the Island.
The Isle of Wight is a short ferry ride and a whole world away from the mainland. Often called the Garden Isle due to its amazing scenery and warm climate; half of the Island has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From dramatic cliffs to beautiful countryside, enchanting woodlands to sandy beaches, its all here in abundance.
The Island offers an eclectic mix of things to see and do. Families will find something for all ages including theme parks, animal sanctuaries and zoos, farms, museums, stately homes, castles and a steam railway. Beach lovers can explore the Island’s 70 miles of coastline or just find a perfect spot to relax for the day.
For walkers there are over 500 miles of well maintained footpaths and an acclaimed walking festival taking place every May. Or if you prefer pedal power there is a great network of cycle tracks, bridleways and quiet lanes to explore. Out on the water, activities including sailing, kite surfing, canoeing and water skiing are all available for beginners to experts, or just spectating if you prefer. If you’re a foodie, you’ll find some of the UK’s finest local produce here available to sample at the many farm shops, cafes, delis and local restaurants.
- Name : Donna Rossall
- Address : Old Barn Touring Cheverton Farm Newport Road Apse Heath Sandown Isle of Wight PO36 9PJ
- Phone (work) : 07811 706921
- Phone (mobile) : 07811 706921
- Web address : http://www.wightbellscamping.co.uk
- Visit listing on British Holidays Direct