It's a space designed for people to escape the fast-paced, digitalised modern world, and reconnect with themselves and each other - facilitated by Mother Nature.
A staycation space for people to slow down, enjoy, breathe pure air, and make memories to cherish.
The glampsite has been built using reclaimed materials - by re-purposing waste from construction sites, it helps to decrease the huge amount which is sent to landfill every year. This eco-conscious attitude drives the ambition to adopt solutions for rain-water harvesting, renewable energy, and eventually a circular-space.
The Croft Farm has a colourful history, having initially started out as the ripe land of DeebsDay Music and Arts Festival, to which it hosts for a weekend every summer.
The festival ethos of "Everybody Love Everybody" is hard not to tap into whilst at the farm, and the creative quirks dotted around the space are a reminder of the charm of this home-grown festival.
The first cabin of the collection, The Jumble, started out as a DJ booth, spinning records to the dancers under the trees. The tiered decking was originally built as an auditorium dance floor, and the creation of the stage went down a treat.
In recent years, the DJ has moved from inside to in front of the cabin, and the area retains its very special energy.