Welcome to WildGuernsey
Only 1 weekend left until we close at the end of October: Friday 18th September for the Woodsman’s ger. Midweek stays still available to shake up that Monday to Friday feeling. Come back after work/school to dinner around an open fire, or take an early autumn sea dip at Fort grey and get cosy by the wood burner. Sleep closer to the stars!
A peaceful corner of Guernsey and the closest glamping site to nature’s swimming pool, with Fort Grey being just a pebbles throw away. We’re hidden away, accessed via a green lane or sunken path, with word of mouth being the usual way of sharing the location of our spot by the sea which keeps us a little known earthy glamping gem in St Peters.
The stars are bright here and nature is bountiful. Buzzards, fledgling birds and a rich insect life enjoy untamed wild areas. Locals who have stayed leave comments of feeling they have been ‘somewhere different’ and that time has paused.
UPDATE: We are open until the end October. The borders are closed for visitors to Guernsey so give me a call/email if you are unsure about an existing booking with us, or you’d like to be hopeful to visit from off Island and book something for this year or next. For those of you here on Guernsey, we can offer you a Guernsey Staycation. We’ve slowed down, noticed more, had time to strip things away, looking beyond what was ‘normal’, to how we want to live and can now offer this space for you too spend quality, connected time together.
Book the whole site or individual tents (Woodsman Ger, Seashore Safari tent or Barefoot Forager Tipi) . Two bathrooms in the facilities barn, one with a roll top bath, plenty of places to plug-in phones/charge things, a big fridge and heaps of places to picnic or sit around a fire. We are linking with our great friends at Go-Momo for the best local food baskets this year – afternoon tea, a ‘Luck of the day Seafood’, a ‘Wallow cured meats and pate platter’ or ‘BBQ/brunch’ basket. Contact Lisa directly to order them email@example.com. The Woodsman Ger and The Seashore Safari have private kitchens, with the Barefoot Forager Tipi for those with their own bedding and stove. If you don’t feel like cooking or a hamper then The imperial and Indian at L’Eree are a beach stroll away.
Families are very welcome, children are free to climb trees, hide and seek around the land, play field games, help out with the animals (ducklings, ducks, chickens and goats), make a fire, craft with wild things and we’re happy to give you ideas of nature based activities or ideas of wild food to enjoy together.
WildGuernsey opened around 10 years ago, run by Tara and D’Arcy, with their two young sons.