Botany Camping and Glamping : Beautiful Bell Tents
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Please tell us the name of your glamping destination!
Botany Glamping and Camping. You can find us in real life at Botany Farm, Bradley Road, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7JY and on the internet here : http://botanycamping.com/
What’s great about your set-up?
We are completely off grid, and we have a number of beautiful 5m bell tents in nine colours – apple green / flamingo pink, circus (blue /purple stripes), sky blue, rainbow, cookies and cream, latte (sandstone), chocolate and royal purple. Our tents are beautiful pastel shades especially now that they’ve been lightened by the sun! All you need to bring is bedding and food.
Whereabouts are you?
We are five minutes drive from Longleat Safari park in Warminster, Wiltshire (England). We’re only a half hour drive from world heritage sites Stonehenge and Bath.
What’s the number 1 activity that most glampers do at your location?
Chill then eat – or visit the fabulous safari park at Longleat…..
What’s the best piece of advice or most commonly asked question about glamping with you?
Bring wellies (wellington boots) – it does rain sometimes and wet feet don’t assist the experience (lol).
When did you start the business?
May 22nd 2014
Is it your first business or what did you do before?
Before we started Botany Camping we were partners in a marquee hire business.
What is your favourite place to go camping?
Durdle Door – on the World Heritage designated Jurassic coast in Dorset, England.
Freestyle – tell us something that isn’t public knowledge!
I could be called an expert firestarter…