Family Glamping in Lincolnshire with Wigwam® Holidays Millside

glamping in Lincolnshire

Glamping with kids is one of the easiest and best ways to get your children enjoying the outdoors at this time of year.  We were lucky enough to be invited to Wigwam® Holidays Millside near Grantham recently and I was super excited to be able to take the girls glamping in Lincolnshire and spending some quality time with them in the fresh air.

We decided to leave Daddy at home and make it a real girlie weekend away for myself, Brook and Indie.  Wigwam® Holidays Millside provides luxury glamping near Nottingham so it was literally in the perfect location for this trip.  I packed the girls and everything we needed for glamping with kids into the car and we arrived at Wigwam® Holidays Millside within 45 minutes of leaving our house.

glamping in Lincolnshire

Family Glamping in Lincolnshire

When we arrived at our Running Water Deluxe Wigwam® Cabin I literally couldn’t believe that holidays in Lincolnshire could be this good.  It felt like we were a million miles away from the city we had left behind and yet Wigwam® Holidays Millside was so easy for us to get to. To make sure we had a lovely weekend break, the sun had also arranged to shine and the skies were blue for miles around.  All we needed to do was sit back and relax!

In my opinion Wigwam® Holidays Millside is probably one of the best glamping sites in the UK for a short family break.  It was perfect in every way and ticked a lot of boxes for us from the moment we arrived. There are only 6 Running Water Deluxe Wigwam® Cabins on this Wigwam® Site at the moment so it’s really small, which is great for people looking for a quieter glamping experience.  There are plans to put 3 more glamping pods on the site, and it wouldn’t surprise me if the owners add one or two hot tubs as well, as I think these would go down very well with future guests.

Wigwam® Holidays Millside

Each Wigwam® Cabin has it’s own car parking space, and as there are only 6 glamping pods there are very few cars on the Wigwam® Site, even when it is full.  This makes it a really safe glamping site for children to play freely and make the most of their time outdoors.

Glamping with a Toilet!

There’s a couple of other features to this site I’m really excited to share with you, and I’m not sure which to pick first.  I’m sure you would all love to know what it’s like inside the Running Water Deluxe Wigwam® Cabins, so I’ll begin there.  The luxury glamping pods at Wigwam® Holidays Millside have a shower room with toilet which we loved!

I don’t mind having to walk across a field first thing in the morning to use the toilet block, but if I don’t have to it’s a bonus, especially when I’m in sole charge of 2 small children.  As well as the excitement I felt over having a toilet, sink and shower there was also a heated towel rail which is perfect for both before and after using the shower and if the weather is a little on the cooler side.

glamping with toilet

The Running Water Deluxe Wigwam® Cabins sleeps 4, with a double bed in the rear and a sofa bed that converts into a double bed as well.  For cooking and eating facilities the glamping pod really excels with everything you need packed neatly into an incredibly functional kitchen space.  There was a kettle, toaster, microwave, 2 ring hob and a small fridge.

There was also everything we needed in terms of pots, pans, crockery and utensils.  We very comfortably enjoyed breakfast and dinner at our glamping pod and can safely say they are a great option for a self catering weekend away with a family.

glamping with kitchen

As well as all this, there was also a dining table with 4 chairs and a small flat screen TV with DVD player.  We didn’t use the TV a lot, as the weather for the whole weekend was glorious, but if it had been wet it was nice to know it was there.  It did come in handy though when I was trying to get the girls to eat their dinner or calm them down ready for bed.

If the TV hadn’t of been there I would have struggled to get them to come inside and finish a meal or even consider getting ready for bed, that’s how much fun they were having playing outside with their new friends at Wigwam® Holidays Millside.

A Great Games Room Too

As well as the glamping pods, there is also a games room at Wigwam® Holidays Millside which was very well used by all the kids at the site.  Everything inside the games room is free for families to use and includes a football and snooker table, air hockey and a selection of outdoor toys.  There are also some very comfy sofas for anyone not wanting to play games and a corner of toys, books, DVDs and games perfect for younger children to use.  It was a great facility to have on the doorstep and made the site feel very welcoming, especially for families with children.

games room glamping

As well as great facilities, Wigwam® Holidays Millside is set in the most beautiful countryside.  The Wigwam® Cabins look out over uninterrupted views of the Lincolnshire countryside and your only neighbours for miles around are cows and sheep.

There are circular walks nearby and you will find maps to point you in the right direction inside your welcome pack when you arrive.  This is also dog friendly glamping, so if you want to enjoy the fresh air with your pooch Steve and Fiona are versed at making your 4 legged friend feel welcome too with a basket of dog treats for them to enjoy during their stay as well.

dog friendly glamping

Things to do: Belton House

The other great thing about the location of Wigwam® Holidays Millside is it is just 2 miles from one of the Top 20 National Trust properties in the UK, Belton House.  The girls and I can vouch for this as we spent a day at Belton House while we were staying at Wigwam® Holidays Millside and we were very impressed.

When we arrived at Belton House, we headed straight for the adventure playground.  It’s huge and perfect for kids of all ages who like climbing and exploring. There is also a miniature railway, which of course we jumped on, which takes you around the play area.

We also spent time in the arts and crafts centre and in the indoor play area.  The indoor play area has a cafe so it made for a great stop for lunch for the 3 of us.  The girls played quite happily while I enjoyed a coffee (and cake) while they weren’t looking.  We also spent time exploring inside Belton House, the beautiful gardens and the maze, all of which the girls and I loved.

Belton House with Kids

It was a very busy and active day by all accounts and it was nice to be able to head back to Wigwam® Holidays Millside, which is literally just around the corner and spend the rest of the day relaxing in the sunshine while the girls played with their new friends.

I cannot speak highly enough of our experience at Wigwam® Holidays Millside as it made for the perfect short break for the 3 of us.  I love the idea of camping holidays and letting the kids enjoy the outdoors but in practice we just aren’t organised enough for these kind of trips all of the time.

When I was a kid we were always outside playing in the nearby fields or heading off for picnics on our bikes in search of adventure.  Even though times have changed, I’m passionate about letting my daughters get as close to these experiences as possible and glamping is a way of making this happen for them on a more regular basis.

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We were provided with a complimentary 2 night stay at Wigwam® Holidays Millside in exchange for this post but all thoughts and opinions are our own. 

Zena Goldman

Zena Goldman is a UK based travel, family & lifestyle blogger who left her 9-5 job behind in the not-for-profit sector to follow her creative dreams and enjoy a more flexible family life. She began writing Zena’s Suitcase in 2011 and shares the holidays and adventures she goes on with (and without) her 2 young daughters. She wishes her son would join them more often but he’s carving out his own dreams now and enjoying university life. Since beginning Zena’s Suitcase she has worked with a number of brands and also has a regular monthly feature in the ASDA Good Living Magazine feature, ‘Ask The Expert’ where she shares helpful parenting tips. In 2018 she was also a finalist in the prestigious BIBs Awards for Social Media.

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172 Discussion to this post

  1. Kellie Steed says:

    I would love to go because it looks absolutely beautiful and I spent so much on my son’s birthday gift holiday last year, that this year we can’t afford one. A little break in the countryside with a bit of luxury would be massively appreciated by all of us. Thanks for the opportunity, fingers crossed!

  2. Lucy C says:

    Looks wonderful! Hoping I’ll be lucky 🙂

  3. Karen says:

    Never been to that area . I would take members of my family to have fun.

  4. Rena plumridge says:

    I would take my husband who would love to explore the countryside with his camera

  5. jamie Banks says:

    i would take my daughter , looks very nice and peacefull x

  6. Zoe C says:

    It looks lovely and would be fun for the family, would love to take them

  7. Ellen Wilson says:

    We live in Nottingham too and so this location is perfect for our family! We have 21 month old twins and would love to take them glamping!

  8. karina henderson says:

    beautiful spending time in the sunshine with the family and making memories

  9. Kat F says:

    Looks like a great family holiday location.
    Would take my OH and LB

  10. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    I would take my hubby, I have relatives in Lincolnshire so would combine with a visit whilst also enjoying a much needed relaxing break.

  11. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Stunning location – luxurious accommodation – love to treat my neice and her daughter

  12. Jennie says:

    No better way to spend family time x

  13. Zoe says:

    I’ve just entered the comp it sounds amazing and not far from where I live

  14. MM says:

    it’s a part of the UK that we have never visited. And i think that there will be plenty of things to see and do there that the kids will really enjoy.

  15. Fiona K says:

    I’d love to visit for the sense of adventure, to get to know the surroundings and to take my mum so we can enjoy walks together

  16. Abbey benbrook says:

    We really want to visit this site. We took our little one to a wigwam site in cornwall and it was lovely. We didn’t have the running water wigwam so that is on our dream holiday list! Have never been to this part of the country and Hubby would love to take his telescope to see the stars, our son would adore the open air and games room (especially as it looks like it caters for toddlers with that lovely chair and tables, just the right size!!)
    And me? Well, I just love camping, glamping and spending time in the beautiful English countryside. Just need a decent cuppa from the kitchenette and a realxing shower from the en suite and I am a happy bunny!

  17. Lucy Barlow says:

    I’d love to take my partner and his two girls – he’s never taken them away on holiday and this would be amazing – just enough distance and adventure – not too much stress about keeping them safe!

  18. EMMA WALTERS says:

    looks like the perfect way to escape work & school! not to far, so no long journey and plenty of nature and countryside to enjoy for everyone!

  19. This looks fab, I love that it has its own toilet and shower – so much better when you have kids in tow. It looks like you all had a lovely weekend x

  20. Elizabeth Gaskell says:

    I live in Nottingham so this would be brilliant for my family. Looks amazing. Great competition, thanks for the chance to win.

  21. Sheena Batey says:

    It would be a lovely break for my husband and I. Love the fact the pod has a toilet

  22. Christine Dodd says:

    I’m a country lover and really like the idea of a glamping break with hubby Steve.

  23. Isabel O says:

    I’d love to go because we are such a short drive away it would be a lovely easy break, plus the countryside and animals look so lovely and peaceful.

  24. Katie walters says:

    Never been glamping or camping with my children, and I think they Would love it. We have never been to that part of the uk and love that you still get amenities like a toilet

  25. Katie Blackmore says:

    Would love to go to switch off the electronics and reconnect as a family in the great outdoors

  26. Lorraine Tinsley says:

    We have been camping, but not glamping and this site looks lovely.

  27. Yolanda Davis says:

    I’d take my sister and our sons. They would love it, so fingers crossed.

  28. Karen R says:

    I’d love to go with my hubby and kids. We’ve never done this type of holiday before – so it’d be quite an adventure xx

  29. mike anthony says:

    I would take my two best friends
    thanks

  30. Ren Taylor says:

    This looks like it would be a great family adventure and we deserve it ??

  31. Sarah morris says:

    This looks amazing , my brother lives In Grantham so would be lovely to go and visit them and belton house is fantastic I would take my hubby and 2 kids

  32. Steph says:

    I’d love to visit with my boyfriend (and dogs if allowed) as its a totally different experience!

  33. Rich Tyler says:

    Looks like so much fun, my 2 boys would love it

  34. terri kelly says:

    It looks so lovely! I’d love to go for a relaxed short break with my hubby 🙂

  35. Emma Maslin says:

    We love camping but have never tried glamping! This looks fab!

  36. Nikki Easton-Campbell says:

    oh wow. It just looks gorgeous doesn’t it. perfect for all the family. We’d love to go on some family walks exploring the countryside. what a treat!

  37. Amy says:

    I would take my wee family! Looks amazing ?
    Hope I win because am already picturing my holiday there!!

  38. Liz T says:

    Glamping beats camping and I’d take my husband and son. Magic!

  39. lisa evans says:

    It looks amazing,I’d love to take my children and husband!

  40. lisa evans says:

    It looks amazing,I’d love to take my children and husband! What a treat!

  41. MARIA ROGERS says:

    I would love to take my daughter, her hubby and my granddaughter for some quality family time in the gorgeous British countryside

  42. Sian Buckingham says:

    I’d love to take my kids and partner. We haven’t managed to go on holiday yet due to a number of different reasons and it would be amazing to be able to do so. Thank you for the chance <3

  43. Kristy Brown says:

    I would love to go as this family needs some back to basics time out rather than the crazy hub bub that we are in atm. I would take the hubster and kids.

  44. clair downham says:

    it looks a lovely place to go for a long walk followed by a nice family meal in the pub

  45. michelle o'neill says:

    i would love to treat my hubby and my grandaughter as its unlikely we will be getting away this year

  46. melanie stirling says:

    This look like a lovely place to go with my husband and we have never been to Lincolnshire before.

  47. Alice Colling says:

    I would take my daughter for some mother-daughter time!

  48. Jen says:

    Looks fabulous! Thanks for sharing Zena, nice to know about these hidden gems!

  49. Hayley Payne says:

    I’d love to go with my husband and sons and visit Belton House.

  50. Ruth Wollerton says:

    I would take my son for a great Lincolnshire adventure.

  51. Bryony Wilson says:

    Great prize!

  52. Thomas Buchanan says:

    i looks lovely and relaxing and we do not have any holidays booked at the moment, so would love to go.

  53. Natalie says:

    I want to go!

  54. Kelly Morgan says:

    Looks like a beautiful location. I would take my family

  55. cheryl hadfield says:

    I would take my hubby and 2 daughters, would be a wonderful experience

  56. katrina walsh says:

    Id like to go with my hubby and 2 kids. We’ re not far from here and its a beautiful part of the country

  57. Elaine Shaw says:

    This sounds quite restful and idyllic, with the natural dynamics of as much fun as you want to add in. I love the location, would be perfect for a break with my Husband and the Grand Children, and brilliant that we could take our little dog; a real family affair….Truly wonderful

  58. Solange says:

    I’d love to visit because of the stunning location and I’d take my family.

  59. Katy Hacket says:

    I would take my husband and daughter. I would love to go to give my daughter a nature adventure but with some home comforts!

  60. Lorna Ledger says:

    The facilities, and the surroundings looks gorgeous. A really posh camping site! I like how accessible it is, and all the fun and relaxing things we could do…..and like everyone else , I would really really REALLY love a family holiday this year 😉 Thanks for the chance

  61. Kelly Lee says:

    This would make the perfect family holiday ? we have stayed in wigwams before, but only basic ones, they look amazing ?

  62. I have 2 young boys who just love being outdoors, so I think they would love a wigwam stay!! I’ve been to Lincolnshire before, and stopped off at Belton House too, so I’d love the opportunity to be able to spend some time here too! Good Luck Everyone!

  63. amy bondoc says:

    Ive always wnated to go glamping, we as a family love camping being in the outdoors no tech back to basics is super, but this little added luxuries sounds great

  64. We’d love to win a we’ve always wanted to go glamping as camping is too ‘tenty’ but hotels are too expensive x
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  65. Hannah Wood says:

    Would love to visit and see all the amazing sites and places around would take the kids and Husband.

  66. Fleur says:

    Sounds fab. Would love to have a break away with my little one. She would love this!

  67. Helen Stratton says:

    It would be lovely to get away with my family and enjoy being outdoors.

  68. Suzanne Gaulton says:

    I’d love to take my two lovely munchkins here cause looking at their website reminded me of childhood holidays – staying on farms, exploring the area by walking, paddling in streams etc. Looks and sounds beautiful and took me back in time! Thanks for the memories, x

  69. Emily Smith says:

    This looks great. I’d take my friend Gary for a nice little break.

  70. Natalie Gough says:

    I would love to visit with my daughter and husband, it would be a real treat.

  71. Emma Wilkie says:

    Husband , son, fun , exciting , new experience , family time

  72. Tasha says:

    The views look stunning would love to treat my partner to a break

  73. Mary Mayfield says:

    Looks like just what I could do with right now – and I can bring our dog 🙂

  74. Holly Edmundson says:

    Id love to win just to spend some time with my family since starting my nursing degree i havent seen much of them so this would be lovely xxx

  75. Kelly Hirst says:

    I’ve always fancied camping in a wigwam & this would be really fun to spend time with my husband and daughters

  76. Michelle Sykes says:

    It looks so relaxing I would love to go with my partner Peter

  77. Mel Turner says:

    I would love to visit as I’ve never been and it looks amazing. Id take my children

  78. wild bunny says:

    I would take my son and my dog with the sole purpose being to relax. He’s a great son, and deserves a nice treat.

  79. Helen Thurston says:

    Would love a relaxing break and to reconnect with nature for a few days. I’d take my family.

  80. Kate D says:

    I’d love to visit because this is only up the road from me so it’s not only super convenient but would feel like we were a million miles away!
    As I’ve got older I’m finding that I’m appreciating nature a whole lot more, and how satisfying it is to be outdoors and enjoying the fresh air, without technology, but just being content with friends and family.
    I would bring my fiance with me (we are newly engaged so this would be a real treat for us!).

  81. Jen Jackson says:

    Id love to visit to experience glamping and i would take my boyfriend

  82. simon tutthill says:

    I would take my family with me as i know it would be fantastic to just relax and chill

  83. Angie Fletcher says:

    I’d love to take my family…..the husband, daughter and doggy! I know my husband would love us to go camping together as a family but the thought of sleeping in a tent fills me with horror so this would be perfect! I get the comfort (and glamour) of a cabin and he gets the nature…..plus he can always sleep outside in a sleeping bag and me and our daughter can share the bed if he really wants the full camping experience!!

  84. Jade says:

    I would love to take my fiance and children as its where my fiance grew up, looks amazing!! Would be a perfect getaway for our little family ☺ xx

  85. James Harris says:

    I would love to be able to treat my family to a glamping holiday as we normally just use our tent. This would make a nice change.

  86. Toni W says:

    I love Lincolnshire and have never glamped before so where better than here, I would love to take my Mum and nephews! ?

  87. Sheila says:

    This looks really good!

  88. Linda Curtis says:

    it looks fab we have done camping for many years
    now we have th grandchildren i would love to give the the experience
    but i think now at our age glamping is the way forward for us
    this looks wonderful and the area itself looks and sounds great
    somewhere we would love to visit

  89. Michaela Turner says:

    I’d love to visit with my hubby and 2 children because i know they would love this site, they just love being outdoors and this looks like the perfect place

  90. Anneka says:

    I’d take my best friend Helen and our daughters away – we are both single mums doing our best at life and everything it throws at us! What I love best is that the site is dog friendly and has some seriously cool facilities! Just being surrounded by nature is appealing! The reviews and your post contribute to the overall wow factor! Count me in!

  91. P Williams says:

    We’d love to explore Lincolnshire so this would be a perfect break

  92. I’d take my daughter and 2 grandchildren for a couple of days in the countryside with fresh air, exercise and no stress.

  93. Sarah Addey says:

    Never been and it looks such fun

  94. Lori Darling says:

    I would take my family who all really enjoy the outdoors and would love to camp in luxury for a change

  95. Emily Smith says:

    I’d take my friend Gary as it would make a change to our camping trips. No need for the tents.

  96. Natalie White says:

    I’d take my partner and parents! It sounds absolutely lovely – I can just imagine having a picnic outside 🙂

  97. L.Mark says:

    I would love to take my mother who has CFS and my partner for a getaway/respite! I’ve neveer been to the area so would love to explore.

  98. Caroline Cordery says:

    I hate the faff of putting up a tent and taking it down again- here you’ve got the rural beauty and quiet without having to give anything up, like electricity..

  99. Gina Camacho says:

    i would love to visit because it seems so beautiful and peaceful, kids would love it as it has plenty of outside area to explore and i would love a bit of relax too 😉

  100. ElizM says:

    I’d go with my kids. The thing that normally puts me off camping is having to trudge across a field to use the communal loos – own loo makes all the difference!

  101. becci cleary says:

    I love how this place sounds so serene and peaceful…the farm and countryside is a complete polar opposite from the streets where we live. Would love to take my partner and our 2 girls

  102. donna l jones says:

    looks lovely l would take my husband

  103. Susan Willshee says:

    I love the ‘get away from it all’ feel of the place. I’d take Daisy (aged 7) and Leo (aged 2) because they would get so much fun from ‘having a splash in the river’ and trying out the stepping stones along the way

  104. Hayley Caroline Stuart says:

    this looks amazing would love to win this 🙂 <3

  105. Jacqueline Roberts says:

    I’d love to go with the kids, we haven’t been away in ages, be such a treat

  106. melanie allen says:

    someone looks like they will be having a fab time with this competition

  107. TANIA STANNARD says:

    The area is so versatile. If the weather is clemant you can walk on the beach or in the woods if it isnt then spent a day checking on one of the many tourist attractions. i go with my Fiance Darren.

  108. Caroles says:

    I’d love to go to that area and it looks lovely. I’d take the family!

  109. Tracey Hallmark says:

    It looks like an amazing place to have a family adventure in the beautiful outdoors, nothing beats living simply whilst enjoying and making the most of every day, the added comfort the glamping pods offer is a lovely bonus. Thanks so much for the chance I’d be absolutely delighted to surprise my family.

  110. Michelle Ferguson says:

    I’ve always wanted to go glamping and i would take my hubby

  111. Samantha Lee Ann Buntain says:

    I would like to visit here as it absolutely beautiful and I would visit with my son and partner x

  112. Cathryn Crawshaw says:

    looks wonderful would love to experience with my family

  113. Evette Gabriella Williams says:

    I would love to visit with my husband and daughter. Always wanted to try glamping.

  114. Angeline Gregory says:

    I would take my two daughters. We’re (very) slowly trying to work our way around seeing all that our lovely country has to offer. So far, we’ve only really explored the south but we’d love to venture further north and this would be a perfect way to spend a couple of days.

  115. Marie Rungapadiachy says:

    I would love my girls to experience nature without me having to go back to basics. This looks perfect and amazing.

  116. Laura Pritchard says:

    The countryside there is just stunning – I’d love to take my husband & 2 kids and watch them running around there!

  117. I love the look of the rolling Lincolnshire hills – such a beautiful rural retreat!

  118. Jackie Talbot says:

    Looks stunning, would be a great break for the family

  119. Bev Cannar says:

    I love the great outdoors and this likes idyllic, so me and my boys could have fun exploring

  120. Lee Dowling says:

    It looks so amazing, I’ve never been camping as I don’t think it’s for me, but glamping is a whole different kettle of fish. I’d finally be able to say I’ve been camping in mega style. I’d go with my hubby, my niece and my great neice, it would be wonderful to spend some quality time all together

  121. Emma C says:

    I would take my husband, we love spending time outdoors but rarely go camping because I hate not having good access to a toilet and a shower – but this isn’t a problem with these so sounds like the perfect combo!

  122. Mrs Kay Young says:

    It looks so luxurious – camping with a proper (en suire) bathroom. Much less stressful than dashing across a campsite to a shared block in your flip flops! I would take my husband and toddler for a family adventure!

  123. Carolynn Woodland says:

    We would take our grandkids and would all have a great time whilst giving their parents a little treat.

  124. Jenette ogborn says:

    I would love to take my children as this would be an amazing experience for them both. Also me and my husband could enjoy family time in beautiful scenery

  125. Veronica says:

    The opportunity for a lovely break in the countryside with the family away from the hustle and bustle. Plenty of fresh air and adventures to have.

  126. richard field says:

    It is boiling here in London and this would be a godsend. I would take my wife Rebekah.

  127. olivia kirby says:

    I would take my kids and husband, it’s only half an hour so a perfect weekend away (Belton is our local NT)

  128. Lindsey Bray says:

    Stunning holiday loction6

  129. Ruth Kromkamp says:

    I would take my husband and daughter with me to visit Nanny and Granddad who live in Lincolnshire 🙂 Would be a perfect base!

  130. A.E. ADKINS says:

    It looks a gorgeous setting and the boys would have a ball there

  131. Claire Appleton says:

    I would love a WigWam holiday with my family (partner & 3 children) because the sites look gorgeous & the whole thing would be a truly unique experience. I know we would all have an incredible time…whats not to love?! Thanks for the chance:)

  132. Maria Jane Knight says:

    We would absolutely love it here (me, my fiance and our son ) , we are outdoorsy people and love a rural setting. This would be so magical and fun, and a total break away from normality.

  133. Lee HARDY says:

    looks like a great place to explore with my wife & daughter, ye please.

  134. debbie jayne Davies says:

    I would love to visit here with my hubby and 15 year old son. My son is getting to an age now where he would prefer to be out with his friends so i really feel that we wont have many more holidays with him and that makes me feel so sad. Its lovely having quality time with him and we have never been glamping so would be something different for us.

  135. Tamsin Dean says:

    looks so wonderful and relaxing, lovely place to go and explore

  136. joanna brand says:

    pure and simple, precious quality family time!!

    with my partner and daughter x

  137. Caroline Tokes says:

    It looks lovely and peaceful, i would take my partner and 2 sons

  138. Saran Benjamin says:

    I would love to whisk my hubby away for our 30th wedding anniversary in such great accommodation and a lovely place to explore.

  139. Pauline Dring says:

    I would love to enjoy glamping at this site because it is not too far from our home. We are looking after our 8 and 9 year old grandchildren in the summer holidays so this would be a great place to take them, plus the en-suite facilities are a definite bonus!

  140. Samantha Hardy says:

    We’d love to visit just to escape the daily grind of everyday life. I would be joined by my children, Zac, Poppy and Scarlett. The Wigwam Cabins are fabulous – they take you back to being at one with nature with with added luxury.

  141. Helen Robertson says:

    SUCH A CUTE LOCATION <3

  142. Deborah Clarke says:

    I would take my wonderful fiance Mark awww and his lil grandkids. He works so hard to look after us all and deserves a treat and what a treat this would be. Just what the Dr ordered. Thanks for the chance to be your lucky winner

  143. charlotte says:

    i’d love to go as it looks lovely and also not too far from us!

  144. Katie says:

    I would love to try glamping. I would take my 9 year old sister as my mum is going into hospital to have surgery for cancer so they have had to cancel their holiday. It would be lovely for her to have a couple of nights away in the school holidays.

  145. Vicki Weston says:

    We have never been glamping but would love to take the kids and they would love the river with stepping stones near by

  146. Nicola S says:

    What a lovely place. Perfect for a break with my husband and 2 children!

  147. Vera Bahounkova says:

    This would be a great way to spend some quality time with the kids.

  148. Jessica Barber says:

    It looks amazing! I’d love to go as I’ve never been to Lincolnshire and would enjoy visiting the area, but also love the the glamping is based on a farm! It’d be a great way for kids to learn about farming too. Love that there is lots to do nearby as well the Stag Pub sounds great! I’d take my family!

  149. Adrian Bold says:

    I would love to take my sister and her family as it looks like great fun. We’ve never tried glamping.

  150. Rebecca Powell says:

    I’ve always wanted to give glamping a go and these wigwams looks beautiful

  151. Nicola Andrijauskas says:

    Looks beautiful! Would love to spend time in the sunshine with my family making memories ❤

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  152. Theresa Thomas says:

    It looks lovely and would be fun for the family, would love to take them. We’ve stayed in a wigwam before at Clumber Park (Nottinghamshire), so much easier than camping but just as fun.

  153. Anthea Holloway says:

    I would love to experience the open air life with my children and grandchildren!

  154. Anthea Holloway says:

    I would love to experience the open air life with my children and grandchildren! What a lovely prize this is.

  155. Ryan Painter says:

    Never been to that part of the country and i would take the family.

  156. Nancy Bradford says:

    I’d really like to take my partner here. We’ve never glamped 🙂

  157. Amanda w says:

    Id love to go with my hubby and 2 kids. If never been clamping before but have been camping lots of times so would be fab to try it! You get all the fun of camping but with lots more luxury!!
    My 2 and 4 year old would love it! Especially waking up to the farm animals! Fingers crossed were lucky enough to win! If not looks like I’m nagging the hubby to book it for us!! X

  158. Catherine McAlinden says:

    It looks like a beautiful place! I’d love to take my husband, and children who are 8 and 7.

  159. Katherine Lucas says:

    I would love to visit as it would be the perfect escape from the daily routines and time to recharge

  160. Purmala Shrestha says:

    I would love to take my partner and I would love to explore Nottingham.

  161. Claudia Carroll says:

    I would take my husband and children. We love camping but have never tried glamping but it looks wonderful!

  162. Craig Hindle says:

    I would love to go as I haven’t been here before and a break is long overdue, it looks great. I’d take my mum and aunt and uncle, all been well.

  163. Christine Hindle says:

    I would love to go as it looks amazing. I would take my son and sister and brother in law.

  164. Jodi hill says:

    Oh it sounds incredible… perfect little getaway for my other half, 2 kids & myself 🙂 would be bliss after the stress of moving home.

  165. Jennifer Baker says:

    This would be a lovely adventure for my little people! Love this xxxxxx

  166. jodie w says:

    These pods look brilliant, these ones look particularly well furnished compared to others ive seen. It looks delightful and my husband and 4 yr old son would love coming here

  167. Andrew Seaman says:

    A great adventure. Would take my amazing family.

  168. Sarah Gray says:

    I would love to win this – never been glamping, neither has my other half. We love trying new stuff, and the area its set in looks amazing.

  169. Cristín Williams says:

    I would love to visit with my husband and my two kids, my husband has been to Lincolnshire before and tells me the cycling is great. The photographs on the website look glorious, well worth the drive from cornwall I believe.

  170. ellie spider says:

    I’d love to take my niece it looks like a brill introduction to camping for little ones without all the difficulties of camping (like tripping over pegs!)

  171. joanne cox says:

    I’d love to take my children and they all love rambling and camping! it ‘s great to be away from home!

  172. Andi Gurney says:

    It looks an amazing place, such luxury a great family treat

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