Botany glamping & camping



We are a small family friendly campsite offering pitch only for tents or campervans, and Eco glamping in ‘safari themed ‘ furnished 5m bell tents. We are very near to Longleat House and Safari Park, Warminster in Wiltshire, and Frome in Somerset. We are 30 minutes drive from the Unesco World Heritage site of Stonehenge and Bath, and 25 mins drive from Stourhead house and Gardens and Salisbury.

Our campsite has 22 glamping pitches and 22 camping pitches, which are ideal for glamping holidays, giving an intimate and cosy atmosphere, and we can look after you personally


Take the stress out of camping!

We put up our spacious 5m Bell tents for you and provide home comforts inside and out. Just bring bedding (sleeping bag or duvet, sheets, pillows) / towels and food and we provide the rest, so you come and enjoy your safari with us.

Inside the tents we provide beds, cosy furniture, lighting , kitchen box with cooking / eating equipment, cool box with ice  / 1.5 KW tent heater / gas stove.

Outside the tents there is a seating area with table and chairs,  as well as BBQ with fuel.

Where To Find Us

Our Address: 111 Bradley Rd, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 7JY, UK

07713 404 233

10% of all listing fees go to the Gift Of A Wedding charity

"Quite simply, our charity is about bringing joy, love and happiness to those with a terminal or life-shortening illness. We do that by gifting wedding services and vow renewals to people regardless of age, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation with the help of the generous UK wedding and hospitality industry and gifted volunteers all around the UK."


“We decided on a ‘Just us’ elopement wedding over-looking the Lake Windermere”

It was perfect from start to finish! Naturally, we were a little apprehensive but we needn’t have been, everyone was so incredibly welcoming and helpful. The whole day went without a hitch, it was completely stress-free having no guests to worry about or consider. It also meant we got to spend the entire few days together to enjoy being ‘husband & wife’. We wouldn’t have changed a single thing and recommend eloping to everyone- after all a wedding is about two people not two hundred!! We didn’t even miss out on the celebrations as we had organised an evening of celebrations with our family and friends on our return!