The five acre nature garden is set in rural Lincolnshire.
We have lived here for 48 years.
It is a 'retired' agricultural small holding which we have made into a nature reserve over 35 years encouraging a variety of wildlife...birds, bees and butterflies are everywhere in this haven.
Buzzards fly over our garden and foxes are regular visitors. Sometimes the Roe deer come here across the fields.
2000 native trees and shrubs have been planted from 1984 and many are now mature making shady woodland areas. There is a 3 acre wild meadow with mature trees, mown tracks and larger mown areas where the tent pitches are situated.
This is a garden for nature lovers and those looking for a quiet place to stay on an adult-only campsite 'in the wild'.
We have 3 non-electric tent pitches here, set apart for privacy...named 'Holly', 'Dixie' and 'Fox' after our grandchildren.