The Chilterns View Lodges Ewelme Oxfordshire
Superb, eco-friendly glamping lodges near Wallingford and Henley on Thames in South Oxfordshire and within easy reach of London. The City of Oxford and the attractions of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds such as Blenheim Palace are also within easy reach.
The Chilterns View Lodges are based on a family run farm in a beautiful quiet spot amongst the Chiltern Hills, in a designated and protected 'area of outstanding natural beauty' near the historic and picturesque village of Ewelme in Oxfordshire.
There are five lodges, each sleeping two adults in 1 king sized bed.
The lodges are private and south facing with floor to ceiling glass front doors opening onto a raised veranda, perfect for enjoying that late night glass of wine or an early morning pot of tea. Each has it’s own private side balcony, a 24hr heated hot tub for two and a barbeque for those al fresco dining moments.
The beautiful interiors feature fragrant wooden floors and wall panelling and come equipped with wood burning stoves, walk in wet-rooms, kitchens and lounge areas. Triple glazing and high quality double beds ensure a quiet and comfortable nights sleep.
Prices from £150 per night based on two adults sharing and subject to a minimum 2 night stay.
For availability please call 07890 586038 anytime and please quote 'Let's Stay Chilterns'.
Things to do in the local area. The surrounding countryside is ideal for walkers, offering everything from gentle walks through fields and woodlands along a myriad of public footpaths, to challenging hiking routes such as the Ridgeway National Trail and the Chiltern Way both of which pass close by. In late April and May woodlands all across the Chilterns are renowned for their spectacular displays of bluebells - a perfect time to stay at The Chilterns View lodges. The Thames Path which is also within 1 mile of The Chilterns View lodges, will take you to local Thameside towns such as Wallingford, Dorchester, Pangbourne, Marlow and Henley on Thames, home of the world famous Royal Regatta.
The local area is also well known for it's connections with film and TV. The church in the village of Ewelme was used as a setting for Les Miserables, the Vicar of Dibley was based in the lovely village of Turville and many local towns and villages have set the scene for episodes of Midsomer Murders.
A little further afield are attractions such as Windsor Castle, Legoland and Blenheim Palace.
Activities such as fishing and shooting can be organised by Rachel and David, your hosts at The Chilterns View.