Glamping in the Cotswolds

Glamping in the Cotswolds

Cotswolds for luxury glamping

Book a stay in an en-suite Wigwam Cabin in the Cotswolds and be charmed by this tranquil part of the world and its beautiful honey-coloured towns and villages.

Evenlode

It is hard to convey the beauty and charm of this area and the surrounding Cotswolds. Your stay at Wigwam® Holidays Evenlode, nestled in the heart of our 400 acre farm, will be a luxuriously rural escape. Each of our six heated wigwam® cabins are situated in the old ridge and furrow field with spectacular views of the sunrise over Adlestrop Hill to the sun setting over the ancient market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Two of our deluxe wigwam® cabins have a wood fired hot tub included allowing you to relax and unwind after a day of scenic walks, fishing down by the river, kite flying, picnics, cycling, horse riding or just enjoying the large open spaces and life on the farm with all the animals.

Mid-Week Summer Savings
Stay 4 nights for the price of 3 this Summer at Wigwam® Holidays Evenlode
Offer valid Sunday to Thursday until the 31st of October 2018

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If you’re planning a heritage tour, there are plenty of castles, stately homes and historic gardens to keep you busy. This is also a foodies' paradise with a rich harvest of local produce to sample.

 

Its market towns, such as Chipping Camden and Lechlade on Thames, are a roll-call of some of the prettiest places in England. For those seeking a more active holiday, there’s the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to walk, cycle and enjoy.

A warm welcome

Our Wigwam® Sites across the region include Wigwam® Holidays Evenlode, which overlooks the ancient market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. They’re all sited in picturesque locations and make a cosy base for families, groups and couples seeking a great holiday in the great outdoors.

Use the map and filters below to pick your ideal Wigwam® Site for a glamping holiday in the Cotswolds to remember.