- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Ensuite toilet and shower room with hot running water.
- Proper beds in three separate bedrooms (two of which are private).
- One of six evenly-spaced safari tents at this prime Devon location.
The Owner Says
At Lower Keats we’ve thought of everything, even an additional double burner gas hob, for that early morning cuppa or cooking without the need to fire up the stove, so that all you will need to do is sit back, relax and enjoy your stay.
As we are nestled in beautiful countryside and only a 15 minute drive from the amazing Jurassic Coastline, we have chosen to theme our lodges ‘Coast and Country’. Three lodges are named after local coastal places of interest: ‘The Cobb’, ‘Golden Cap’ and ‘Beer’. The remaining lodges are named after animals that you are likely to see during your stay Stag, Deer & Pheasant.
- Sleeps 6 (in 3 separate rooms) in a King Bed, Two Single Beds and a Double Cabin Bed
- Wood burning stove (firewood provided)
- Kitchen with hob, cool box and hot running water
- Ensuite bathroom with hot shower
- Travel cot and high chair available
- Decked porch
- Picnic table
- BBQ / Firepit
About Lower Keats Glamping
Suitable ForGlampers only, so no tents, campervans or caravans. Two dogs are also permitted per lodge (£25 per pooch).
NearbyThe breathtaking Jurassic Coastline World Heritage Site is just 15 mins drive away. Discover the secrets of the south west's prehistoric past at the Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre (01297 560772), being sure to visit some its lovely seaside retreats such as charming Beer and Lyme Regis whose 13th century curving harbour, The Cobb, featured in the Meryl Streep starring period drama The French Lieutenant's Woman. There's a fantastic collection of National Trust properties nearby including Barrington Court (01460 241938) and Montacute House (01935 823289) and the gardens at Forde Abbey (01460 221290) are spectacular. The classic Seaton Tramway (01297 20375) offers a wonderfully nostalgic way to explore the bucolic Axe Valley, with a three-mile route from Seaton, through Colyford and ending at Colyton. For the little ones, there's a host of animal- and adventure-based attractions nearby including the Axe Valley Wildlife Park (01297 34472), Wildwood Escot (01404 822188), Crealy Great Adventure Park (01395 233200) and Woodlands Family Theme Park (01803 712598).
Food & Drink
The onsite honesty shop ('The Lower Keats Larder') is filled with lots of lovely local and farm-reared produce, delicious artisan ice cream and freshly-baked break delivered daily. You can even pre-order a meal for your first night and have it waiting for you in the larder on your arrival. A five minute stroll up the lane you'll find the popular Tytherleigh Arms (01460 220214) a 16th century coaching inn which boasts an impressive seasonal menu (not to mention a fine selection of ales) featuring the best West Country produce such as Ilminster steak and Tremlett farm pork. Hugh Fearnley-Whitingstall's River Cottage Deli & Canteen (01297 631715) in Axminster serves everything from breakfast and healthy lunch options to a fantastic Sunday roast. River Cottage HQ also hosts regular dining events and cookery courses. If it feels like a fish night, Hix Oyster & Fish House (01297 446910) has you covered. The panoramic sea views are the perfect accompaniment to their sensational array of fresh locally-caught seafood.
Lower Keats Glamping is located at Lower Keats Farm, Broom Lane, Tytherleigh, Axminster, Devon EX13 7AZ
Lower Keats Glamping is just off the A358 between Chard and Axminster, just 20 mins from Lyme Regis and the A303. It's also a 10-minute taxi journey from Axminster station.