Boldscan in Demand for Expanding Glampsites

Albion Canvas GlampingFollowing its launch at the Glamping Show in the autumn, Boldscan’s first Etosha Lodge from the Albion Canvas range will soon be installed at Middle Stone Farm near Taunton, Somerset. Owners Catherine and Patrick Heard already have three Tsavo safari-style tents from the range and are expanding with the Etosha, in a traditional sand coloured canvas with green flysheets, and a further two 6m wide Tsavos.

The Etosha has been designed to give a truly flexible space, allowing easy disabled access, en-suite bathrooms and four or more bedrooms, sleeping eight to 10. Varying the bedroom layouts can increase this to 12. The covered front deck can be used for alfresco dining, and additional side decks for a hot tub or second bathroom.

The extra wide Tsavos offer enough space to manoeuvre powered wheelchairs and for hoist equipment. The internal canvas partition doors have also been widened to 900mm and can be made wider if required.

Luxury coastal glampsite Glamping the Wight Way on the Isle of Wight is also increasing its capacity with the addition of two huge 12m Grand Tsavos, complete with the latest add-ons including bifold doors.

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