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Knight's Glamping at Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle offers families, couples and groups the chance to escape to the countryside for a glamorous camping holiday with a difference. Enjoy the luxury of a four poster bed, warming wood burning stove, crisp cotton bedding and snug furry throws. But the real luxury is not having to bring any special camping kit with you, just food for your evening feast.

What makes a stay at Knight's Glamping at Leeds Castle unique?

For those wishing to experience lazy summer evenings outdoors and eat as Medieval knights would have done before battle, use of the cast iron griddle over an open fire pit is included in your stay. A short stroll from the campsite, up the garden path to nearby Knight's Cottage, guests are provided with the use of shower and washing facilities.

What is there to see and do at Knight's Glamping at Leeds Castle?

Your booking includes free access to Leeds Castle and grounds for your entire stay. Plus, from 13th April 2019 Leeds Castle will become one of the only heritage attractions in the country to open its very own adventure golf course! The course is located near the Maze and a short distance from the Glamping tents. For a small addition charge it offers another great value family activity to enjoy during your Glamping stay.

Other Information

Other activities bookable are Falconry experiences, Segway tours and our Go-Ape adventure. Segway tours can be added to your online booking Glamping booking. For Falconry and Go-Ape bookings please visit Falconry or Go-Ape to book.

Facilities & information


Parking (free)

Child friendly


Garden furniture

Woodland walks

Linen included

Open log fire

Extra info

Open Times: 10.00 am - 17.00 pm

Arrival information and directions

Address: Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent, MaidstoneME17 1PL, United Kingdom

Leeds Castle is 7 miles east of Maidstone, Junction 8 of the M20 motorway just 1 hour from London, 30 minutes from the Channel Tunnel and Channel Ports.

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