WELCOME TO A1 GLAMPING

Set in the beautiful village of Sutton-On-Trent, A1 Glamping offers a tranquil, relaxed holiday venue

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DELUXE WOOD CABIN

From £75.00pn

Lindens Farm is a small caravan and glamping site set around a lake set in a mature landscaped environment. The site is contained within a landscaped bound to aid privacy and provide shelter. The site is secure having extensive CCTV and gates which are locked overnight.

CARAVAN SITES WITH HOOK UP

From £20.00pn

Want to experience our tranquil site, but have your own caravan? We offer you a place with Electrical hook up for only £20 per night including the use of the lake*.

*Single person usage. Additional persons only £10

SECURE STORAGE

Please enquire for price

Our secure storage is covered with extensive CCTV and is in a large locked and gated yard, ofset from the main road. Use of the Caravan site can be arranged as well.

Lindens Farm is a small caravan and glamping site set around a lake set in a mature landscaped environment. The site is contained within a landscaped bund to aid privacy and provide shelter. The site is secure having extensive CCTV and gates which are locked overnight.

The wider part of Lindens Farm also hosts caravan storage and the Roy Walker Furniture Store where you can browse and buy bespoke handmade furniture beautifully crafted from reclaimed wood.

Newark is an attractive traditional market town which is located around 8 miles south of Sutton on Trent. It has a pleasant cobbled Georgian market square which hosts markets on most days, including Wednesday which is the main market. The town still hosts a traditional cattle market also on a Wednesday.

 

It is a market town steeped in history with a dramatic castle and two museums, including the new state of the art National Civil War Centre. Oliver Cromwell fought battles against the Royalists just outside Newark and King John was poisoned and died at the Castle.

Newark has a year-long programme of events – from Continental Markets, Jazz & Food Festivals and Carnivals to Civil War re-enactments.

 

Newark -on- Trent plays host to Europe’s largest Antiques Fair, which is held six times a year.  Newark Showground is a venue for many interesting events including the national Lamma event (the UK’s largest agricultural machinery show).

 

The castle is well worth a visit with its superbly kept grounds and its beautiful walls, it’s the perfect place for a picnic on a sunny afternoon or after a stroll down one of the many lovely river walks. The town also hosts a beautiful Church just off the Market Square.

 

Newark is also a great location for antique shopping or you can take a walk around the Civil War Trail. In the evening a visit to the Palace Theatre or the Odeon Cinema or a quiet meal at any of the range of restaurants are on offer.

Sutton on Trent is a pretty village lying on the eastern bank of the River Trent, the countryside offers a network of public footpaths and quiet lanes to explore. Footpath access to the River via the Holmes is available.

The village services and facilities include:

  • Lincolnshire Co-operative Food Store (Open 7am-10pm every day)
  • Butchers and Deli
  • Hairdressers
  • Library
  • All Saints Church
  • Methodist Church
  • Retired Greyhound Trust
  • Garage and Filling Station
  • Hadleys Farm Shop
  • Lord Nelson Public House
  • Sutton on Trent’s annual Steam Threshing Festival held over the first weekend in September

Carlton Walled Garden Nursery – Carlton on Trent

Great Northern Inn – Carlton on Trent

Milestone Brewery Gift Shop – Cromwell

OK Diner – Cromwell

Square and Compass Public House – Normanton on Trent

OPENING TIMES

We are open all year round

Come along and relax

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