Set in pristine, rural marshland between Kent and East Sussex, Waypost Farm Glamping offers quirky, vintage-flavored accommodation in 2 tenderly restored units: a horse lorry and an original shepherds’ hut.
The brainchild of Sam and Leon Coates, two specialists in renovating vintage accommodations, Waypost Farm Glamping consists of two distinct units – The Strawberry Shepherds Hut and The Strawberry Roan. Although different in style and personality, both accommodations come with private facilities, wonderful views of the countryside, and lots of charm.
Overlooking the Romney Marsh, The Strawberry Shepherds Hut has been beautifully decorated with handmade furnishings and floral fabrics to create a romantic, vintage atmosphere. The unit is equipped with log burner, private toilet facility, as well as outdoor table and chairs for relaxing and stargazing.
Equally enchanting, The Strawberry Roan Horsebox features rustic chic interiors with an equestrian touch. In terms of facilities, the revamped Bedford TK horse lorry has a comfortable King-size bed, a wood burner, an outdoor fire pit, BBQ, and a delightful swing.
Waypost Farm Glamping is an idyllic countryside retreat, and with plenty of walking and cycling routes nearby, you won’t get bored. Moreover, the glamping site is conveniently close to the towns of Tenterden and Rye, and a nice pub serves food and drinks only a 5 minute walk away.