Dog-friendly safari tents in Savernake Forest

With ancient oaks and tangled woodlands, this fairy-tale forest is one of Wiltshire’s best.

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11 top dog-friendly safari tents sites in Savernake Forest

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Cotswolds Glamping

3 units · Glamping12 acres · Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, South East England
Fun, laid-back, glamping that's ideal for groups, with silent discos and wood-fired hot tubs.
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£149
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Dernwood Farm Wild Camping

17 units · Glamping, Tents70 acres · East Sussex, South East England
Camping and glamping in Sussex meadows and woodlands
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£16
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Bozedown Boltholes

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Reading, Berkshire, South East England
A single, self-contained safari tent with its own acre of land on the edge of the Chiltern Hills
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£257
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Brocklands Farm

2 units · Glamping1 acre · Petersfield, Hampshire, South East England
Reconnect with nature in a spacious safari tent, overlooking the hilly downlands of Hampshire’s Meon Valley
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£170
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Deer Barn Retreats

3 units · Glamping6 acres · Taunton, England
Dog-friendly glamping on the Somerset-Devon border
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£85
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Seven Hills Hideaway

1 unit · Glamping50 acres · England
Dog-friendly glamping with your own hot tub in the stunning countryside of Monmouthshire, by the Brecon Beacons. A set of luxury, en-suite canvas lodges, each sleeping from two up to six guests comfortably. Tucked into a 16th century farm, Seven Hills Hideaway is the ideal place for families, couples and groups to get away from it all and find adventure by the Brecon Beacons. Whether your idea of holiday heaven is unwinding in a charming country pub after a day of hiking, exploring the rich local history or indulging in a Michelin star dinner, there is something for everyone. On the farm, little ones can pay a visit to the farm’s resident alpacas and goats, explore the woods and paddles in the steam. While the children embark on their adventures, you can spend your time relaxing. Sink into the soothing hot tub or unwind with a captivating book on the veranda, all whilst taking in the breathtaking views of the Brecon Beacons. If you want to explore the local area, there are plenty of choices whatever the weather. * Mountain walking * Close to the Offa's Dyke footpath * Michelin starred restaurants nearby * Explore the market town of Abergavenny * Charming local cafes * Day spas * Visit a local vineyard for a tour and some wine tasting * Paddle boarding, gorge scrambling and canoeing * Welsh Salmon fishing * Visiting the Brecon Beacons waterfalls * Visiting the many historic castles * Local museums * Shopping - local markets and craft fairs
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Nature's Nest

7 units · Glamping1 acre · Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, West Midlands
Welcome to Nature's Nest! For family and group escapes –the ultimate luxury glamping experience. Nature's Nest boasts 4 beautiful canvas cottages that melt into the glorious Herefordshire countryside. These self-catering glamping accommodations are nestled on a natural spacious site with uninterrupted views over the rolling countryside, and River Wye in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Relax in your own hot tub, cosy by the fire and you can bring your dogs too.
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£300
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Medley Meadow

4 units · Glamping9 acres · Monmouthshire, Wales
Safari tent stays in nine acres of re-wilded meadows in Monmouthshire
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£145
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Darnells Farm

4 units · Glamping1 acre · Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, West Midlands
White sheets and wellies combine at this small, high-end glamping site on a working farm near Ross-on-Wye.
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£93.33
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Lower Keats Glamping

6 units · Glamping1 acre · Devon, South West England
Luxury safari lodges in a prime Axe Valley locale, with the best of the West Country and Jurassic Coast to explore
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Gilestone Glamping

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Talybont, Wales
Three luxurious, spacious safari tents with hot tubs set on a working farm in the Brecon Beacons National Park
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Dog-friendly safari tents in Savernake Forest guide

Overview

Towering beech trees, ancient oaks, and twisted roots provide a dramatic backdrop for woodland walks in Savernake Forest. Enjoy nature walks or leisurely bike rides along the tree-lined trails, venture off-road to explore the wooded glades, then find a shady picnic spot beneath the trees. Highlights include Capability Brown’s Grand Avenue, the bluebell woods at Little Frith, and the Big Bellied Oak, one of the country’s oldest trees. There’s no camping in the forest itself, but there is a campsite right by the northern entrance, where you can pitch your tent or park your caravan within strolling distance of the forest trails.

When to go

These woodlands are photo-ready at any time of year. Visit in spring when bluebells and wildflowers blanket the forest floor, or in fall when the autumn leaves transform the trees into a sea of red, yellow, and orange. Summer (July-Aug) weekends can get busy—make an early start to avoid the crowds and snag a picnic bench. The trails can get muddy when it rains, so wellies or hiking boots are a good idea.

Know before you go

  • Savernake Forest is located about a 10-minute drive south of Marlborough along the A346. The main entrance is at Postern Hill at the northwest end of the park, where free parking is available.
  • There is no entrance fee to visit the forest.
  • The forest has picnic and barbecue areas, and restrooms (open from Easter through October only). There are no other facilities within the park, so bring everything you need with you. 
  • There are some paved paths in the forest that are accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

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