Sturminster Newton Glamping

Do you enjoy camping? Would you like to try luxury camping? Then call today to learn more about our luxurious Sturminster Newton glamping experience. We welcome you to our Dorset estate – will you choose one of our Withybed yurts, or is our coastal chalet more to your liking? Find out more below or book one of our options by calling 01963 23511.

Sturminster Newton Best Glamping Spot!

You couldn’t hope for a better glamping spot in Dorset. Picturesque views, a secluded setting, an estate steeped in history, and the best of British wildlife right on your doorstep – what’s not to love? Whether you’re planning a romantic retreat, a holiday for the family, or a weekend away with friends, we’re confident you’ll fall in love with Stock Gaylard.

What to Expect When You Glamp with Stock Gaylard 

What you can expect is a camping experience like no other. Our glamping areas are spread out around the estate, with each camping site around a 5–10-minute walk away from the next site. You have exclusive use of your site with no shared amenities. And we’ll provide you with everything you’ll need. Plus, we have a range of glamping options listed below.

What Other Holidays in Dorset Do We Offer?

We offer a range of experiences to suit everyone, so whether you enjoy sleeping in a converted wagon, a repurposed double-decker bus, or by the ocean, there’s an option you’re sure to love. Dorset is a wonderful place to visit, and our accommodation options showcase the best of the local countryside.

As for our accommodation options, these include:

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Withybed Yurts 

Our Withybed Yurts are near the Deer Park and face west, so expect to see some gorgeous sunsets. Our yurts are near the field edges, and you’ll often see Roe Deer out grazing and hear (or even see) Tawny and Barn Owls at night.

These yurts come with a double bed, two single beds, and a pull-out futon. There’s another yurt with single futons and a large safari tent with a living area, seating, tables, and a dresser.

Brickles Yurts

Our Brickles Yurts are located on the edge of the 60-acre Brickles Wood and face southeast, offering breathtaking views of Blackmore Vale. A gorgeous mixed wood punctuates this site with hazel coppice, stands of pine and beech, and mature oaks. While here, you’ll be treated to an array of wild visitors, including foxes and owls.

Parsons Camp 

Parsons Camp is located near Parsons Copse and Brickles Wood. Enjoy stunning views of the Dorset countryside and marvel at our rather unique camping feature – a converted double-decker bus which sleeps up to four people. There’s also a bunkhouse which also sleeps four, and a shepherd’s hut, which sleeps up to two people.

Sawpit Wagon

Our sawpit wagon is a wonderful option for couples enjoying a romantic retreat, but we can also accommodate children sleeping outside in separate tents. The wagon sleeps two with a double bed, comfortable seating, and a dining area alongside the kitchen. There’s also a west-facing elevated platform outside – inviting on a warm summer evening.

Siesta Chalet 

The Siesta Chalet sits at the top of a chalet park overlooking the Jurassic Coast. The other chalets are owned, but this chalet is available for hire all year long. It’s the perfect alternative for anyone who wants to get away but desires something other than glamping.

The Gardens

The gardens sit beyond the main house and comprise an expanse of gravel leading onto a small lawn with a central path that provides access to the Deer Park. There’s a church to the south, and the garden comprises a series of lawns with box hedging, mature trees, and herbaceous borders.

The Estate 

Our Dorset estate is home to Stock Gaylard House, a small Grade II listed building believed to have been built around 1714. Tours are available of the house throughout the year. The estate spans 1800 acres and includes a deer park and heavily forested areas left completely untouched.

The Blackmore Vale

The Blackmore Vale is believed to derive its name either from the dark aspect of its woods and its moisture and Moorish situation or from the nature of its soil, which is deep, strong, and consisting of black clay. The Vale forms part of an old English forest that once covered much of North Dorset.

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Contact Us

So, if you’re searching for the finest Sturminster Newton glamping experience, look no further than Stock Gaylard. We’ve taken camping to the next level, and we can’t wait to welcome you to our Dorset estate. For more information or to make a booking, call 01963 23511, complete our online contact form, or email

Sturminster Newton Glamping