Elmley Nature Reserve Glamping is situated at Elmley and just a short drive from Sheerness in the beautiful county of Kent. We offer unique and tranquil glamping accommodation, perfect for those wishing to explore the South of England.
The Salt Box - Lie in bed looking out of the fully glazed end, and keep warm with thick woollen Romney Marsh wool throws, hot water bottles and a vintage cast iron radiator. You will also have a kitchenette, with dining/lounge area and did we mention an outside shower?! A very comfortable kingsize bed with a gorgeous reclaimed wood headboard, and views over miles of unspoilt wilderness from your cosy toes. Two children can be accommodated on a pull out bed or a hammock swinging over head. Please note this is only suitable for younger children (second child to be under 6).
Vanellus - A very special, romantic retreat. This stunning Fenman’s Hut features a floor to ceiling window and a luxurious kingsize bed with an ash branch bed frame. It is light and airy with a modern rustic character. Reclaimed wood floors, a dresser created from an old railway wagon with a zinc top, fluffy towels, bathrobes and bath products by Green and Spring.Keep warm with thick woollen Romney Marsh wool throws, hot water bottles and an electric radiator.
Little Owl - Watch barn owls from bed in this beautifully crafted, traditional Shepherd’s Hut. The hut has a wood burning stove and an en suite bathroom. The double bed can be converted in bunk beds for friends and children.
Samphire - Enjoy the best views at Elmley – wonderful sweeping vistas across the Reserve and the Swale Estuary. Samphire is our other traditionally designed, luxury Shepherd’s Hut. The hut has a wood burning stove and an en suite bathroom. The double bed can be converted in bunk beds for friends and children.
The wide expanse of grazing marsh provides an important habitat for wildlife. On a visit to Elmley you are likely to see water birds wading in the ponds, magnificent birds of prey soaring above, hares bounding across the meadows, as well as a fantastic variety of insects exploring the waterways and wildflowers. If you are lucky you might also spot a watervole hiding among the reeds or a grass snake basking by the pools.
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Groups are welcome by prior arrangement.