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A 'vine' way to mini-moon

A 'vine' way to mini-moon

If you're looking for a relaxing mini-moon close to home or a hen-do staycation why not try a glamping experience? Outdoor accommodation specialist www.pitchup.com, has come up with some top camping and glamping sites in the Garden of England with the added sparkle of being located close to one of the county's popular wineries.

Far Acre Farm, Tonbridge
Nestled in its own flourishing vineyard this small campsite is peaceful and intimate, perfect for wine tasting tours with friends or family and relaxing around the firepit in the evening. The Far Acre Vineyard features a boutique winery where you can have your own wine custom made. For extra comfort, the bell tents are equipped with linen and full cooking equipment.
Stay in a four-person bell tent from only £120 for two nights in September.

Redrock Glamping, Maidstone
This adult-only campsite is attached to its own farm, with burgers and sausages available to buy and enjoy on each unit's own patio. As well as local food on the BBQ, visitors can enjoy wine from a nearby vineyard - Hush Heath Winery is a popular choice with wine and cider available at the cellar door.
Two nights in a two-person bell tent are only £100 in September.

All Seasons Glamping, Maidstone
With safari tents accommodating up to 10 people, this site is perfect for groups of friends and family. Set between acres of orchards and vineyards, explore the Biddenden and Staplehurst Vineyards at leisure or as part of one of the charity group tours or private tasting sessions. To take a break from wine, make use of the indoor pool or tackle one of the many walking trails nearby.
Galaxy Half Moon Safari Tent for eight people, costing £590 for two nights in September. Katie Half Moon Safari Tent for ten people, costing £710 for two nights in September.

The above are all available to book at www.pitchup.com

 
 
 
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