Fire pits to borrow
Click the link at the bottom of the page for the full availability & booking link! If your selection doesn't come up, I'm afraid it's not available - all allocation is up to date.
See our events page for what's on in the tipi during 2022, where we match up with outside caterers to present a fun evening. email email@example.com to get onto the mailing list so you won't miss out on anything!
Coffee Hut Potting Shed is open Saturday & Sunday morning (served from 9am-12.30)
Camping / Glamping
Open date: We accept tents and small motorhomes (under 6m in length), & we will accept small caravans Monday to Friday, but no longer can welcome caravans in the main summer season or weekends from June onwards, due to their size & the turning circle required, if you are part of a group wanting to come & someone has a caravan, please email me to see if the size can be accepted.
DOGS - Well behaved dogs are welcome on site but regret, not in glamping units, (dogs must be on leads when on site at all times & must never be off the lead and walked off site, check the T&C's for breeds).
FIRE PITS - we also allow fires BUT only in our own fire pits providing they are off the ground & only ever used by responsible adults
Not much disturbs the peace here in Medbourne apart from the babbling brook or blackbird song, the Nevill Arms is back open and serving lovely gastro food. For pub grub, seek out The Fox at Hallaton.
The village shop & Post Office sells essential items including home baked bread, milk, eggs, bacon, sausages, newspapers etc. and you are assured of a warm welcome here.
The village boasts much historical architecture too and a walk round is worth it, there are some lovely walks (seek out the Blaston track, a field road from Medbourne to Blaston, perfect for dog walking & is a great “off road” cycle track, or walk the hill up to Nevill Holt and be inspired with the incredible views over the valley. It's a special place with much to offer & you won't be disappointed.