From Exeter, head towards Podimore roundabout and take the 2nd exit (A37) towards Lydford-on-Fosse for approx 2.5 miles.
From London/Andover head toward Podimore roundabout and take the 4th exit (A37) towards Lydford-on-Fosse for approx 2.5 miles.
At the Lydford Traffic lights (crossroads) turn left onto the B3153 and continue into Keinton Mandeville, as you leave Keinton Mandecille keeping the village shop on your left take the right hand turning signposted Bart St David and Butleigh (Barton Road). Stay on the same road and travel through Barton St David keeping the Barton Inn on your left, carry on past the Barton Inn through a sharp bend onto Jarmany Hill towards Butleigh. Continue for just under a mile and after the signpost for Butleigh the road forks, take the left hand turn onto Banbury Lane and Banbury Meadow is the first entrance on your right.
From the M5.
Take junction 23 for Puriton, continue for 1 mile, at the bottom of the hill turn left at the traffic lights for Glastonbury the old bath road (A39).
Travel for 20 minutes to Walton (Main Street), take the 2nd exit at Sainburys' roundabout onto westway, continue towards Glastonbury, at the 2nd roundabout take the 1st exit onto the Causeway and then the street road, at the 3rd roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A361 and continue past Morrisons to the mini roundabout, take the 2nd exit (right turn) up the hill towards Butleigh, at the top of the hill turn right onto the Butleigh road and continue across the levels to the T junction then turn left to Butleigh Wooton (Butleigh road). Continue towards Butleigh for 3 minutes, travel through the outskirts of the village, just as you start to leave the village you will see the Rose and Portcullis Pub on your left, at the Rose and Port Cullis pub, turn left (Barton road) continue for 500m and take the 2nd turning on the right, (Banbury Lane) and Banbury meadow is the 1st silver field gate on the right.
Banbury Meadow is a tranquil glamping retreat managed organically as a nature reserve, situated on the village fringe of Butleigh, less than a ten minute drive from the historic town of Glastonbury, overlooking Glastonbury Tor and within the ancient Vale of Avalon.
We are a small responsibly run Glamping retreat that will especially appeal to people with an interest in treading lightly on the earth and reconnecting with nature.
Banbury Meadow is a 'No children', 'No Dogs' Glamping experience, tailored to meet the peaceful requirements of our guests with access to a fully equipped kitchen, piping hot shower, sumptuous four poster beds and cosy wood burners!
We can offer our guests the opportunity to experience the wealth and beauty of an ancient wild flower meadow with a breathtaking view of Glastonbury Tor, nestled within the Dove constellation of the Glastonbury Zodiac, including a stunning 180 degree view of the Mendip hills and Somerset levels, renowned for the RSPB reserves at Shapwick near Glastonbury that harbour a multitude of birds and wildlife.
Our accommodation is located so as to not disturb the wild flower meadow but still allowing our guests access during their stay, although we have a licence for many units we have limited ourselves to only two 6 meter Yurts because we wish to keep our site peaceful, exclusive and as low impact as possible.
Things to do
Toilets Showers Adult only site Bus service Local taxi's Local pub
Composting toilets on site, No chemical toilets to be used on site.