The Oak House and the Forest Ark are now available to two-household groups for long weekend breaks over the summer.
The mission of Hazel Hill Trust is to promote sustainability, resilience and wellbeing by bringing people into contact with nature at Hazel Hill Woods. As lockdown eases, what better way to nurture wellbeing than to invite households to spend time at the woods this summer?
Hazel Hill is a 70 acre woodland and nature sanctuary situated seven miles from Salisbury, Wiltshire. On site we have a number of off-grid eco-buildings that are set up to accommodate groups of people who want to spend time in the woods.
In response to the Government’s latest easing of lockdown restrictions, we are now able to make two of our buildings available to self-catering groups. Each building is available to a two-household group to book. The two buildings are the ten-person Oakhouse and the slightly more luxurious six-person Forest Ark. The buildings are spacious enough to permit groups to maintain one-metre indoor social distancing. Outside, there is plenty of space to spread out.
Here’s a quick overview of what we are offering:
- Available for bookings for long-weekends (Thursday 6pm to Sunday 5pm).
- We are taking bookings for the period 23rd July to 6th September inclusive.
- Booking fee is £600 per building. This is a promo rate for this summer. It is also a flat rate – it stays the same whether you stay for one night or three.
- The Oakhouse and Forest Ark are available for booking in parallel. This means that if you book one building, another group is likely to have booked the other. The buildings are self-sufficient and are sufficiently far apart for privacy. There is lots of space outdoors to ensure you maintain your distance from the other group.