About Lee Wick Farm Cottages and Glamping

Could this be the only glampsite in the country where you can get a side order of spuds when you stay? – the farm focused on potato production before branching out into holiday cottages, glamping and touring – and spuds are still grown on site. Say hi to Robert in the farm office at the top of the lane, where he’ll often be found fulfilling his role of potato merchant. You might also find him around the Livery yard – Lee Wick Farm has stabling for around 12 horses, which should keep equine enthusiasts entertained. Or maybe you’d prefer to cast off instead at the farm’ fishing reservoir, or bag a free pass to the neighbouring Essex Wildlife Trust Colne Point Nature Reserve: the road beyond the farm leads directly to the reserve.
The site welcomes well-behaved canine campers too!

Robert and Emma on a very cold day!

We have just returned from a weekend stay in a camping pod at Lee Wick Farm and had a great time. The pod was comfortable, clean and very tranquil with lovely views. We sat on the veranda watching the sun set drinking champagne and having a bbq. Bliss. Definitely would stay again.
I stayed in pod 3 with 2 teenagers and a 7 year old, it was perfect, there was plenty of space for all of us, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, the pod
is ideally situated and was very clean and tidy. It made it extra special being able to sit and watch the horses. We will definitely recommend to
friends and family and looking forward to booking again!
The whole place was lovely so peaceful! Had our dog with us and he had loads of space! Pod really clean had everything we needed! People where
lovely too! Pods have plenty of space between them! Great facilities inside!