Glamping pod /shepherd hut

To anyone considering such a diversification- Ask yourself the question - would you be happy using communal facilities that are likely cold, damp with a plug hole of someone else's hairs if you're paying upwards of £100 / night ??

PS - it is the Glamping Show at Stoneleigh Today & Tomorrow (thurs fri sat)

Glamping show is next thurs-sat
 

CollCrofter

Member
Location
Isle of Coll
Our glamping pod here has plumbed toilet and electric shower... Bit snug but does the job
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Landrover

Member
Sorry to jump 8n on this thread, but about to start in the winter a small caravan site, but there's one thing I seem to be struggling to find info about ! What do I need in for emptying chem toilets into ? Is there a universal type fitting, what have others done for this sort of thing ? Septic tank with soakway ? Any help appreciated
 

CMiddy87

Member
Hi all,
My partner and I are looking to set up a new Glamping site and wondered if any of you might be interested in discussing options for a long term lease of some of your land? It could work as a lease option per acre per year and or profit share opportunity.

Flexible on location in Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Dorset, Sussex, Somerset, East Devon, Hampshire

We have been planning for the last year, we were going to buy a property with land but have decided that leasing land is a better option. It would mean that you make way more than the £150 Per Acre/ Pa but without the set up costs and work involved with running the site.

For more information about who we are and what we're looking to do please look through our attached proposal.View attachment Proposal for leasing land.pdf

Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you and seeing if this might be mutually beneficial.

Chris and Esther
 

lloyd

Member
Location
Herefordshire
Hi all,
My partner and I are looking to set up a new Glamping site and wondered if any of you might be interested in discussing options for a long term lease of some of your land? It could work as a lease option per acre per year and or profit share opportunity.

Flexible on location in Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Dorset, Sussex, Somerset, East Devon, Hampshire

We have been planning for the last year, we were going to buy a property with land but have decided that leasing land is a better option. It would mean that you make way more than the £150 Per Acre/ Pa but without the set up costs and work involved with running the site.

For more information about who we are and what we're looking to do please look through our attached proposal.View attachment 933703

Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you and seeing if this might be mutually beneficial.

Chris and Esther

Reading your proposals you must be willing to invest
hundreds of thousands if not millions into this project .
Is this the case?
 

Hampton

Member
Location
Shropshire
Friend of mine bought an old horse lorry last winter, did it up, one double bed, kitchen, small table and shower/loo.
It was full every night but 3 between 1st April and 15th Oct. charging £140/night
About 3 miles from wolverhampton
 

CMiddy87

Member
Reading your proposals you must be willing to invest
hundreds of thousands if not millions into this project .
Is this the case?

Hi Lloyd,
Thanks for your comment. We have a created a three year cash flow and are confident/ happy on the figures.
Not Millions no.
 

Andy54

Member
Location
derbyshire
I’d like to think so 😂 when I get the time to make a start I will put the pics of the construction on here for max scrutinisation ha
Did you ever get to make a start on this or is like a lot of projects here that never get past the idea stage? Recently been asked to build a chassis for someone to build there own shepherds hut and am looking for inspiration.
 

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