Description of Glamping Units
Set off the ground on a wooden platform and draped with a canvas roof and walls, this safari-style tent offers an amazing getaway for couples in Kingston Springs, Tennessee. The open area inside the tent offers one queen-size bed. Special touches make for a very welcoming and comfortable space for glampers to enjoy. Wooden furnishings, numerous throw pillows, cozy bedding, throw rugs, fans, and candles will give the feel of being at home. A comfy chair and ottoman offer a restful place to relax and read a book or magazine. Those traveling with a furry friend will appreciate the special "sleeping quarters" and supplies made available inside the tent.
Outside, there is wrought iron table and chairs where glampers can enjoy a meal cooked over the flames on the outdoor grill. At night, guests can get the fire roaring in the fire pit and enjoy some late night treats of roasted marshmallows and s'mores. Steps away from the tent is an immaculate wooden outhouse offering toilet facilities. Adirondack chairs sit alongside the nearby creek are the ultimate place to get lost in the sights and sounds of nature. Guests can pick some fresh berries from the bushes on the property and enjoy a delectable treat with a meal or for a snack. Read More
- Board games
- Fire pit
- King-size bed
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Solar lanterns
- Towels provided
This tent is limited in its facilities, making it a true glamping experience. It is nicely outfitted with furnishings, bedding, and some modern decor, but the rest is back to the basics of camping. Running water and electricity are available on the farm but not in the actual glamping area. Toilet facilities are located in an immaculate wooden outhouse only steps away from the tent. Glampers can light the night with outdoor tiki torches and indoor, battery-operated lighting and stay cool on a warm night with the battery operated fans located on either side of the bed. For conveniences outside, there is an open-flame barbecue, a wrought iron table and chairs with other furnishings, and a fire pit (wood provided). All the cooking utensils and necessary equipment is provided
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site is set on farmland in the charming rural town of Kingston Springs in Tennessee. It is within close proximity to many larger cities. From the property Nashville is 20 miles, Dickson is 17 miles, and Brentwood is 21 miles, meaning all are within a 30-minute drive from Kingston Springs. The Interstate 40 and State Route 70 make for easy access to the town. Nashville International Airport is only 31 miles away. Although it is a small town, Kingston Springs thrives on tourism and is well-noted for its ecological preservation, diversity of species, and natural beauty. Residents of the area have chosen this as home due to the abundance of wooded and natural resources. Read More
There are a variety of venues and locations on-site that can be used for weddings, birthdays, and corporate retreats.
All-inclusive packages are available and include a camp butler, turn-down service, and prepared organic, farm fresh meals.
Guests should contact the host for availability and booking. Read More
- Bird watching
- Wildlife viewing
Glampers staying here can enjoy time spent in and around the site. Guests can laze in the cozy bed with a morning cup of coffee, curl up with a magazine or venture down to Big Turnbull Creek to relax and be soothed by the sound of the gently flowing water. Across from the creek is a piece of land called Sweetie Bottoms. It is known for its production of sweet corn and is also home to an abundance of wildlife. Glampers exploring the land are sure to come face to face with deer, turkeys, beavers, coyotes, and many native species of birds that regularly visit the area. One may even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the American bald eagle. Guests should bring a camera to capture these beautiful surroundings and rare moments.
The town of Kingston Springs is small but thrives on tourism. It is here that visitors can find shopping, dining, markets, art and live music. Downtown Kingston is a must-see for art & music lovers with its thriving eclectic community. A few miles drive from downtown leads guests to the scenic and historic sites of Harpeth River State Park and Mound Bottom area. Visitors to the park will have access to nine rivers along a 40-mile stretch. The park is very popular for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and hiking. L.L. Burns Park offers athletic fields, playgrounds, miles of trails, a nine-hole disc golf course, a fishing pond, and a splash pad. Many community events are held at the park throughout the year. Kingston Springs offers something for visitors of all ages. There is no shortage of cultural and recreational amenities for learning and exploring. Glampers may bring their canoes, kayaks, and/or fishing equipment to enjoy on the Big Turnbull Creek and Harpeth River or reserve with one of the local outfitters.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Furry friends are allowed, but they must stay off the bedding.