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Wight Bells

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Might you like a stay on Wight? In a swish and fully-furnished retro bell tent where everything’s supplied including the kitchen sink? OK, it’s a washing-up bowl rather than the kitchen sink, but the point still stands…the bell tents at Wight Bells near Shanklin and Sandown are for travelling light, with everything there for you when you arrive from duvets and pillows to crockery and cutlery (you can hire bed linen too if you don’t want to bring your own).

As they’re made of canvas, these Isle of Wight tents are cool by day and warm by night, and they’re strong enough not to leak whatever the weather (always handy for British hols, we find…). Each bell tent comes with a double bed, double futon and storage space, and has similar floor space to a tipi or yurt so will suit families as well as couples. Pack your fairy lights too: the tents are hooked up with electricity for cuppa-making and gadget charging, and each is on its own deck with seating outside. Communal showers, loos and washing-up facilities are a short walk away.

Wight Bells is on a quiet corner of The Old Barn Touring Park campsite, named after the seventeenth century barn at the entrance which is now a games and TV room – kids should also have a quacking time flapping around the duck pond or swinging about the play area. For food, there’s a garden centre with café just at the entrance of the park and a supermarket just down the road.

Please note

We can only accept bookings from family parties and couples.

Outside school holidays, we offer weekend (Fri to Mon), midweek (Mon to Fri) and weekly stays (starting on a Friday). During school holidays we offer weekly stays (starting on a Friday).

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Depart: (2 nights)
Party:2 adults

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Age brackets: infants (0-2); children (3-17); adults (18+).

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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the Pitchup.com terms and conditions.

We can only accept bookings from family parties and couples.

Regrettably, we cannot allow dogs or any other pets in our bell tents.

Guests and visitors agree to be considerate tenants and to take good care of the tents and facilities during their stay. Guests and visitors agree not to act in any way which would cause disturbance to other guests. In particular, no loud instruments or radios/music systems at any time and campers are requested to be quiet between 11.00pm and 7.00am. Should any facilities, equipment or inventory be damaged wilfully, as a result of inappropriate usage or behaviour, or as a direct result of failing to respond to instructions from Wight Bells you will be held responsible for the cost of repair or replacement of that item. Wight Bells cannot accept responsibility from any loss, damage or expense arising from industrial action, terrorist activity, adverse weather conditions or any other event outside the control of the company.

By booking and coming to Wight Bells and Old Barn Touring Park you agree to be responsible for your children and any children you are in charge of, and your own welfare and to take all reasonable precautions against personal injury, injury to others and damage to the campsite, facilities and tent, such as regarding litter, fire, noise after 11pm. Anything you bring to the campsite and any damage or loss to your possessions is at your own risk. You use the facilities and amenities at the campsite at your own risk. Candles and tea lights that are used in the tents must be within the candle holders and containers when alight. Wight Bells accepts no responsibility from any loss or injury arising from being in the campsite. By booking, acknowledging these terms and conditions, you are aware of the risks, hazards, and dangers of personal injury in entering the campsite.

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