Biblins Burrow is a unique and very special space.
The Burrow has been designed to give a standard minibus load of young people, with no tents, a chance to experience camping with nothing more than sleeping bags and cooking equipment.
The Burrow is constructed into the slope of the field next to the Bunkhouse and is completely contained within a hedged field.
This is particularly suitable for groups wanting defined boundaries for their youngsters. All the facilities are self-contained in the building and the doors can be closed securely at night.
The living area
The living area has folding tables and benches. The unique feature is a sliding roof so that during good weather you can experience that outdoor feeling and connection in the atrium. Given the British climate however, the roof can be pulled back over if rain arrives.
At the rear there is a sink with cold water supply and stainless steel benches for your stoves and cooking equipment. Within the building there is a self contained toilet with disabled access. A log burner brings a little warmth and focal point to this lovely building.
To either side of the atrium, under a sedum roof are the dormitories. These are set out with six bunks and four bunks, divided by canvas. There is one bed suitable for those with limited mobility.
The bunks have wooden bases with camping mats fixed in place so only sleeping bags are required.
The rear burrow wall has been painted and mosaics added to give colour to the space. The addition of artificial grass in the living area gives a more 'outdoor' feel.
The Burrow is so unique you will probably need to visit - see the How to book page for details and to download the booking form.