‘Say yes more!’ is the motto of the folk that run The Big Sky Hideaway, in the Lincolnshire countryside 10 minutes’ drive from Boston.
There are options to stay in a converted American school bus or London decker, a Landpod or even your own tent in the spacious camping meadow. And that's if you don't want to try a night in a hammock or sky tent!
There are alpacas to meet and firepits for evenings out in the open admiring the big starry skies. All of this is part of a family farm owned and run by Em and Dave, who’ve set their site up to be a place where you can escape everyday stresses.
The practicalities of this feelgood site have been well thought out too: pitches have been mown into the long grass in the vehicle-free camping meadow, and each one has been provided with a firebowl. The whole site is powered by renewable energy and kept eco-friendly with compost toilets and a special shower system. Once you’ve settled in at your pitch, take a stroll around the woodland to find one of those hammocks to hang out in, sign up for an alpaca experience or ask for a tour around the newly planted orchard, garden and tiny forest. Or of course you could leave the site – perhaps for a ride on nearby National Cycle Route 1 (which passes about 100-metres away).
Lincolnshire's beaches aren't a long drive away either. If this isn't enough of a sell, you could find out all about Dave and Em's journey to set up the Big Sky Hideaway on Channel 5 Catch-Up. Look for Season 2, Episode 2 of Ben Fogle's Make a New Life in the Country! The Big Sky Hideaway is open to visitors from mid-March through to mid-October and also offers exclusive site hire for large-scale events, weddings, small festivals and much more, included in this hire is a selection of glamping accommodation or day-time hire.
The Big Sky Hideaway offer exclusive use of their campsite and state-of-the-art facilities for corporate events or exclusive celebrations.
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