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Located on the Cotswold Way, Star Glamping offers the freedom of camping without the hassle of ropes, tent pegs or rain.
That’s because our camping pods – built from environmentally friendly and sustainable wood – provide all the comfort you need while being the perfect base to enjoy relaxing rural walks, bike rides and hikes.
The site is especially convenient for those walking the Cotswold Way National Trail.
We currently offer three types of glamping accommodation:
The Shire House, an oak timber building complete with a wooden double bed and mattress;
two camping pods sleeping one or two people;
and a family camping pod that can sleep from one to four persons in single beds.
You will be required to bring everything you would usually need for a tent holiday (bedding, toiletries etc), and a nearby facilities building provides access to toilets and showers.
Star Glamping is run by The National Star College:
Founded in 1967, National Stars aims have remained simple:
to give people with disabilities the support, skills and opportunities they need to be prepared for the best that life can offer.
For some, that can mean going on to further education and possible employment.
For others, being at National Star may mean discovering how to communicate using state-of-the-art technology, developing their skills for independent living or learning how to get around by themselves.
Every year our committed staff enable hundreds of people with learning and physical disabilities and acquired brain injuries to achieve their goals and become active members of their own communities.