Cotswold Farm Park, owned by Countryfile’s Adam Henson, has announced it will open six new luxury holiday lodges, which will be built with sustainability at their heart.
The leading Gloucestershire family attraction, Cotswold Farm Park is adding to its already popular offering with the creation of 6 new luxury holiday lodges on its existing campsite. The attraction, which already offers a series of camping pods and glamping tents, is now taking bookings for the new lodges which sleep up to five people. The Park is also home to Adam’s rare and native animals including sheep, cows and horses, which are regularly featured on the Sunday evening Countryfile programme.
Built with the environment and sustainability in mind, the holiday lodges start from £180 per night and are also dog-friendly. The lodges will combine all the luxuries of modern life as well as eco-friendly aspects to make them as sustainable as possible. Lodge guests will be able to enjoy exclusive activities such as evening walks, events and live music in the farm park’s Ox Shed restaurant, as well as free entry into the farm park.
Director of Cotswold Farm Park and Countryfile presenter, Adam Henson said:
I’m really looking forward to welcoming new guests who we will know will love the lodges as well as our beautiful setting. We’re sure they’ll appreciate this special place just as much as we do. Not only do the six lodges cater on comfort, little luxuries and home-from-home facilities, they’re packed with eco-friendly credentials too.
To find out more information please visit https://www.cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk/camping.