The glamping accommodation is based on an estate which was once home to Captain John Hanning Speke, a Victorian Explorer credited with ‘discovering’ Lake Victoria Nyanza, the Source of the Nile in 1858. The estate is surrounded by lush fields and nearby is a wonderful woodland.
From the shepherd hut, you can see deer grazing and pheasants flying overhead, amidst 300-year-old specimen plane trees. The glamping site really is the perfect place to escape from the pressures of modern life.
While staying with at Jordans Estate Glamping, you can visit lots of superb attractions in the local area:
Perry’s Cider Mill.
Forrest and Brown Smokery.