GGuest reviews of the Bell Tent

A wonderful 4 night stay!
The Green Bell Tent is set in it’s own very private and very well equipped garden.
Think double hammock, Outdoor Cooking equipment, picnic bench and luxurious sleeping quarters.
The sheep and lambs will come to the fence when called and allow you to pet them. Partial to a custard cream!!
Views across to Bowderdale and the North edge of the Howgill Fells, golden fields of wild flowers and two very good pubs within a short and pretty walk.
Seriously well thought out and well executed. Comfortable glamping that offers privacy and a genuine feeling of a connection to nature and the outdoors.
Thanks all.

Toby H., June 2021, published on Campsites.co.uk

A beautiful, well kept, clean and peaceful campsite. We stayed in the Bell tent which is isolated from the rest of the campsite and a perfect hide away for couples.
The firepit is fantastic to cook and sit by in the evening.
Waking in the morning to make a cup of tea is amazing when you look around at the surrounding hills and valleys.
Overall this is was a stunning break for us with walks a plenty and bicycle rides around the nearby village.
Would recommend this whole heartedly to anyone wanting a break from the bustle of modern life.

Wayne L., June 2021, published on Campsites.co.uk

Had an absolutely lovely stay. Looking forward to returning again hopefully!. The Low Greenside Farm really knows how to provide the finishing touches to a glamping stay, with a stunning, bell tent situated in our own private enclosed area. Magnus is a fantastic host, very helpful, and we were made to feel welcome. We were equipped with the necessary luxuries which included  fire pit, 2 person hammock and toilet. Inside the tent, there’s a comfy bed fairy lights and solar-powered charging unit for mobiles, etc. The nice touches make the bell tent feel cosy and luxurious. Didn’t have time to relax in the hammock, hopefully, next time. The showers were a short walk across the site and were immaculate. We loved the eco-friendly efforts such as the composting toilet, planting of trees and recycling. The site is surrounded by stunning 360-degree panoramic views. The Kings Head is a 5 min walk and is warm and welcoming, with great food, ales, wine and gin selection. During our stay, we did the fantastic Ravenstonedale and Smardale walk on foot from the campsite, which featured stunning views and crossed the impressive disused viaduct that traverses the valley. Highly recommended.

Laura H., 2020, published on Google