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Lower Keats Glamping

great social area
Beautifully appointed luxury glamping lodges that sleep 6 in a secluded meadow a short drive from the Jurassic coast at Lyme Regis. Closed in winter
Devon, England

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Mon-Fri breaks for Couples (+ toddler/baby) can enjoy £100 discount. Not available during school holidays.

Enjoy the secluded peace and quiet of the site mid week. Beaches are quieter, tables can be booked in the best places. Kick back and relax.

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Indulge yourself with a charming luxury country holiday stay in one of 6 beautiful canvas lodges in the Axe Valley near the Jurassic Coastline. Coast & Country themed interiors are spacious and stylish, the lodges have ensuite toilets and shower rooms with hot running water in both, proper beds and their own kitchens with a wood burning stoves with an oven to keep you snug and warm.

At Lower Keats, they have 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! Treat yourself with luscious body products and fluffy towels in the bathrooms and complimentary drinks in the superbly equipped kitchen. Tea towels, foil, cling film and kitchen roll and oils are all provided.

Each lodge can sleep up to 6 guests in 3 separate rooms - in a king sized bed, 2 single beds and a double cabin bed. Beds are made up with luxury linen duvet covers, 13 tog hypoallergenic duvets, pillows and hot water bottles. Cots, high chairs, changing mats etc can be provided for babies and toddlers. There is solar lighting in the bedrooms, dining and sitting areas.

This idyllic and spacious meadow is in the heart of Devon's Axe Valley, between Axminster and Chard, is alongside the River Axe and a short drive from the coast.

You can meet and feed the animals, collect the eggs, brush the pigs, feed the lambs, stroke a duck and help with farming duties or simply use it as a base to explore the beautiful countryside.

Meals and breakfasts can be sourced through The Larder at Lower Keats which also stocks delicious local produce, drinks, ice creams and other essentials.

Dog-friendly glamping - please enquire about bringing your pets. Logs provided in sufficient quantities for the duration of your stay, further supplies available at £5 per net.

Each tent also has a decked area with reclining furniture and a BBQ with picnic table.

3/4/7 night breaks are available with Monday and Friday changeover days. Short breaks 3 & 4 nights from £595-£935 and 7 night stays from £950-£1545 depending on the season.

Closed from November until mid-March.

Please click the Booking Enquiry link above to get in touch and make a booking. Groups possible for up to 36 people.

Room Types:

  • Family Rooms (2 Adults / 2 Kids)
  • Accommodation for 5+


  • Medium £85-£220

Nearest Airport: Exeter


  • Car parking
  • Family friendly
  • Pets Welcome
enjoy farm life
great views
spacious airy bedrooms
glamping on the farm
open plan
en-suite facilities
king sized bed
shower room
luxury glamping
great outdoor space
large open space
relax on the decking
al fresco dining

Amazing place
by Nichola Claydon
on October 9, 2017
We stayed at Lower Keats Glamping over a weekend mid september and it was amazing. We are a family of 5 with a 9,8 and 2 year old and we also brought our family dog. The children never got bored (there are charging stations for electronic goods but we didn't need to charge the children's iPads) they just took themselves off to feed the animals, play in the field with the supplied games or sat and played a game indoors that was supplied (UNO went down a treat). The accommodation is lovely and cosy with a some moaning they were too warm and the shower was warm and powerful and the children loved watching the water trickle down through the floorboards. Linda and Gary have thought of everything down to putting hot water bottles in each bed and hot chocolate supplies. The honesty shop stocks everything you need and there is also a shelf in the big fridge for your barbeque food and bits that you don't want to store in the coolbox. You can also order fresh goods and send the children down the lane in the morning to get them. We are hoping to stay again next summer even though it is very close to where we live but it feels like a million miles away, any children will love the trains going past every so often and will be excited to see if the chickens and ducks have laid any eggs.