Sawcombe Farm Glamping

Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England

Sawcombe Farm Glamping

Ozleworth is a village in Gloucestershire lies in the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, approximately 30 km (19 mi) south of Gloucester and two miles to the east of Wotton-under-Edge. The valley, Ozleworth Bottom, rich in flora and fauna, is reputed to be one of the most beautiful valleys in the country.

At the end of this remote valley is situated the Church, St.Nicholas of Myra, now in the care of The Churches Conservation Trust. This small church is unique due to its irregular, centrally situated tower and circular churchyard. The church was known to be in existence in 1131, and the circular churchyard could denote an earlier Saxon site. Ozleworth also contains Newark Park (owned by the National Trust). Newark was originally a Tudor hunting lodge, built on the edge of a steep cliff by the Poyntz family who used stones from the ruins of nearby Kingswood Abbey.
In 1790 the noted architect James Wyatt converted the lodge into a four square castellated country house. Lovingly restored over recent years by the late Robert Parsons, it is of special architectural interest and commands wonderful views towards Hawkesbury and across to the Mendips.


Ozleworth, Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12 7PX