12th of April 2021- 30th Sept 2021
Experience the great outdoors in comfort and beautiful, tranquil surroundings.
Adult Only Peaceful Site
Friday for 3 nights
Monday for 4 nights
We are taking bookings for this season - book early to avoid disappointment !
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Located just one mile away from Delamere Forest in the heart of rural Cheshire we offer a Family run,
truly unique camping experience at our lakeside glamping site.
We offer traditional canvas Luxury 5 metre Bell Tents, each nestled within its own private area near to one of our well stocked lakes.
New Shower and Toilet facilities are a short walk from your tent.
We are a walk 5 mins walk from Mouldsworth train station which sits between Chester and Cuddington on the Chester to Manchester Line, (station collection can be arranged if required. Trains did run every
hour (please check) to the Historic City of Chester which is approximately a 10 minute journey.
OUR LUXURY BELL TENTS
Enjoy romantic nights under real canvas with the comfort of luxury beds and a few little comforts!
All our Deluxe 5 metre Bell tents have built in ground sheets and are carpeted with recycled cotton Chindi rugs ethically sourced from India.
We love a good nights sleep so insist on superior award winning mattresses and high quality 12 tog feather & down duvet for extra snuggly nights all made up and ready for your stay. There will be plenty of eco friendly fairy lights and solar lamps to create an ambient relaxing atmosphere during the evening.
Please remember to bring a torch for late night visits to the bathroom.
Just a short walk from your Bell Tent you will find modern and clean toilets and a hot shower. Alternatively you can use the toilets by the lake which may be closer to your bell tent.
The facilities are inspected and maintained throughout your stay, we are a small site with up to 9 other couples so we request that you please respect your fellow guests and keep the facilities clean and tidy.
What to bring
We highly recommend you bring a torch for late night trips to the loo, and lots of cosy layers for when the sun goes down!
Walking boots, wellies and flat shoes are recommended. Heel's can be a little tricky to manage on grass and can damage the inner tent. That isn’t to say don’t bring them for a night out, just be prepared to walk to your car to put them on.
There is a local Shop and Pub / Restaurant within walking distance.
You are welcome to bring your own cooking equipment or you can hire a cooking pack from us for the duration of your stay for a small fee. The pack includes gas stove, pans, kettle, plates, cups, crockery etc.
Enhance Your Stay With Breakfast Packs & Our New Extras Options for 2021
Our popular locally sourced breakfast packs and BBQ packs are available, please add to your booking under extras. For the 2021 season we are also offering an extended range of Extra Options, all bookable at checkout when you make your booking.
Staying on Lloyds Meadow Fishery is a very special experience, and the chance to get close to the sights and sounds of wildlife in natural habitats.
We do ask you to remember this and use your common sense during your stay: please stay on footpaths and within the allocated glamping area, lake swimming is not permitted in our lakes, however we can point you in the right direction of local natural swimming venues. Please recycle and clear up your litter.
We do not allow smoking or cooking inside the Bell tents.
Guests are asked to abide by a Code of Conduct during their stay and your booking will be taken as understanding and acceptance of this. We kindly ask you to respect the environment and leave the glamping site clean and tidy.
Stay 3 nights with Friday check in or
4 nights with Monday check in
Check In from 4pm / Check Out by 10 am
If you want to stay longer please add early arrival or late departure as an extra when booking.
We Look Forward To Welcoming You
Sarah & Danny
THINGS TO DO
We are proud to support our local rural economy so all the information about local activities will be in your online welcome pack
There are plenty of rural activities within the local vicinity, we are located on Delamere Road leading directly into the heart of Delamere Forest 1 mile away. You can drive, cycle, walk or even catch the train from Mouldsworth to Delamere station or simply relax next to one of our lakes, and take in the wild life including otters, kingfishers, families of ducks, bagers, foxes.... too many to list!
Like to ride your bicycle ?
Cheshire’s got the lot for cycling holidaymakers – flat routes for eating up the miles, exhilarating hills for the energetic, tarmac, tracks and tow-paths, quiet lanes and bustling market towns, and a calendar’s-worth of scenery, from woods and pasture to miles of moor. Plenty to go at if you’re a good map reader, but all this variety is on a plate if you choose to follow all 176 miles (282km) of the signed Cheshire Cycleway.
Local Bike Hire
Or a High Ropes Adventure?
Staying in Delamere forest there is the exciting Go ape high ropes course and also Segway off road experiences There is a café in Delamere forest at the visitor centre serving a range of food and drinks at reasonable prices.
Fishing on our Stocked Lakes
We offer all of our guests the opportunity to fish in the lakes we have, we are happy to provide tuition and can help to arrange Rod licences if required.
Manley Mere (2.5 miles away) has a great number of outdoor pursuits: Paddle boarding, Power Boating , Canoeing & Kayaking Windsurfing & Sailing. It is also one of the local Open Water Swimming venues, The new Aqua park Inflatable course, think of a non mechanical wipe-out course its not just for kids!.
The on site 'Chameleon Bar and Restaurant serve food from 9.30am-5.30pm'.
Chester Racecourse, known as the Roodee, is – according to official records – the oldest racecourse still in use in England, established in 1539.
Chester Cathedral Falconry and Nature Gardens
This attraction gives you the chance to see some of the most spectacular birds of prey, right up close, in the heart of the city and learn all about birds, reptiles, ferrets and more.
Chester Town Hall
Chester Town Hall dates back to 1865 and is rich in architectural beauty. The Gothic Revival Town Hall was officially opened in 1869 by HRH The Prince of Wales, Earl of Chester (later King Edward VII).
Cheshire Military Museum
The Cheshire Military Museum, in Chester, tells the story of the Cheshire Soldiers from the 17th Century right through to the present day.
Travel to the city of Chester for the day by rail for shopping and eating out with a Roman backdrop! An exciting mix of designer brands, independent gems and high street favorites make Chester a shopper's paradise.
Chester City Centre Walk
Straight from Chester Railway Station, this walk provides you with fantastic views of the city from the magnificent Roman walls of Chester. Explore this lovely city with its stunning Cathedral, medieval buildings and fantastic shopping. Map and further route details can all be found in the guide below. Download the Chester walking guide (PDF) 10 Top Tips for Great Walks.
Chester museum offers a great insight into the interesting history of the city. From the Romans galleries explore life in the Roman fortress of Deva and its displays of the largest group of inscribed and sculpted Roman stones from a single site in Britain. The paintings and sculpture in the Art Gallery span half a millennium of art.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
— Elaine P. / 5th Sept Facebook
“Just returned from 2 nights at Lloyd’s Meadow what a wonderful place, the tents are really well thought out and equipped the surroundings are wonderful having a pair of kingfishers as a neighbour is quite special. Sarah and Danny are super hosts and nothing is too much trouble. Can’t recommend this site enough..”
Lloyds Meadow, Delamere Rd, Mouldsworth Chester CH3 8BD
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We are an adult only site
Tel: 01928 740710