Wiltshire Glamping: 2 Night Bell Tent Stay with BBQ kit PLUS day out at Longleat Safari Park from £50pp based on a family four / £55p based on Fam 5 via Groupon
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Wiltshire Glamping: 2 Night Bell Tent Stay with BBQ kit PLUS day out at Longleat Safari Park from £50pp based on a family four / £55p based on Fam 5 via Groupon

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Found 7th May 2016
Wiltshire Glamping: 2 Night Bell Tent Stay For Up to Five With BBQ Kit at Botany Camping from £99 (Up to 5 people can stay) but i've based everything on 4 people as included safari park, you can obviously change the numbers and price to suit. - See 1st comment for safari tickets (Purchase all day tickets)

Fam four is based on 2 adults / 2 Children - Fam 5 is based on 2 Adults & 3 Children (Approx prices)

Safari park is approx a 5 min drive from where you'll be staying so works out well

Nestled in the Wiltshire countryside, Botany Camping is a 5-minute drive away from Longleat Safari and Adventure park and a 25-minute drive from Stonehenge.

This family-friendly campsite provides spacious tents with homely comforts to ensure a carefree outdoorsy experience, solar fairy lights and barbecue.

The five-metre bell tents come fitted with beds, rugs, lighting and cooking kit including gas cooker.

Groupon’s Guide to Wiltshire
Wiltshire is a county in South West England covering an area of approx. 3,500 square km. One of the most famous attractions in the region is Stonehenge, a huge prehistoric monument built around 5000 years ago, and one of Britain’s greatest national icons. Other well-known attractions are the Salisbury Cathedral, one of the finest medieval cathedrals in Britain, and the Wiltshire Museum, where holidaymakers may find artefacts from antique and medieval times. With many villages and traditional towns, Wiltshire also delights shopping enthusiasts with many local markets and shopping centres.
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No woodburner's in the tents?! You better hope it's a warm evening...

(I say that having returned a couple of weeks back from 'glamping' at Port Lympne. We had a log burner - but even so, it was laughably cold. We looked forward to getting in the car each day just to get warm.....or in the shower, as if we spent long enough in there, it would become a sauna !)
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No woodburner's in the tents?! You better hope it's a warm evening...(I … No woodburner's in the tents?! You better hope it's a warm evening...(I say that having returned a couple of weeks back from 'glamping' at Port Lympne. We had a log burner - but even so, it was laughably cold. We looked forward to getting in the car each day just to get warm.....or in the shower, as if we spent long enough in there, it would become a sauna !)



Camping is generally warmer in the summer.
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Jonnyblock

Camping is generally warmer in the summer.



Indeed it is - but that still doesn't negate the need for heating.

I went down with my partner to West Kellow Yurts in the SW in late August a couple of years back. It was around 25 Celsius during the day - yet v.chilly at night. The roaring log burner was used every night.....and a most welcome thing in the early morning too.
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