About this listing
The Tentsile Connect is a 2 person tree tent (a.k.a. portable treehouse). With a removable fly sheet, it offers you and your partner the chance to connect with nature and with each other.
Bring all your normal camping equipment, but leave
A tree tent suspended off the ground. Its basically two hammocks with a roof and a few pockets. There is a rope ladder for access. A fire pit is available for you to have a campfire. Wood may be available to buy extra or bring your own. You must bring all your own camping gear like sleeping bags, blankets etc.
The tent is situated on Wardley Hill Campsite. You will have access to a composting toilet and drinking water.
Interaction with guests
We are on the campsite everyday, ready and willing to give advise on local tourist attractions, where to eat and not.
We are situated on the very southern edge of the Norfolk Broads in the Waveney Valley. There are lovely walks over marshes, quiet lanes to cycle and some super real ale pubs to sample.
The bus stop in Kirby Cane is a ten minute walk away. The bus links us with Diss & Norwich which are only 5 stops on the train from London.
Other things to note
As the tent is suspended in the air, it is not suitable for people who would struggle to pull themselves into it. Its a bit like lifting yourself onto a kitchen worktop.
As its part of a campsite, courtesy to other guests is essential. No pets in the tent or smoking. Your car may be parked nearby in the campsite carpark.
Wardley Hill Campsite is a new ecological campsite in the Waveney Valley. Wild flowers and grass are left to grow to encourage butterflies and bees, although there is still plenty of space to throw a frisbee or perhaps have a game of rounders.
Our six-acre site has some woodland, three ponds, a stream and a spring. Our car free camping field is exclusively for tents while campervans are also welcome to stay with us in a separate area.
Our facilities on site offer an authentic back-to-basics camping experience with clean composting toilets for guests to use. Campfires are encouraged and dogs on leads welcome.
We would like you to be able to camp how you want, choose where ever you want to pitch your tent and stay for as long or as little as you like.