Lincolnshire Lanes Bell Tents offer a comfortable, relaxing getaway

Our Unfurnished Basic Glamping Bell Tents; Yan and Pethera

Yan and Pethera, named after the traditional Lincolnshire sheep-counting rhyme, sleep up to 4 people each. 

These bell tents are a new idea for 2022.

They will be situated on the near end of the rally field (i.e closest to the toilets and play area), see map (link to map). They will be not be fenced off but will have a generous amount of room around them to park and feel at home.

Each bell tent is a traditional 5 metres round tent with a suitable indoor tent flooring. The tents are empty so you can personalise your camping experience by bringing your own comfy blow up beds etc and make the space your own without packing and putting up a tent (please see what to bring below).


Only £35 per night, none electric. Minimum stay of 2 nights. 

Special Offers: 

Stay 3+ and get £5 off a night. Therefore if you book three nights for example your 3rd night will have £15 off.

Please note all glamping units are a minimum 3 nights stay on bank holidays arriving on the Friday.

Based on 4 guests. 

1 well behaved dog welcome, please add in as an extra when booking. £5 per stay

What to bring:

Think of staying in our basic bell tents as camping but without having to take the tent, so you can make the space as luxurious or as basic as you like (not an exhaustive list).

Some tips on the kind of things we’d pack:

-Everything you would usually pack when camping i.e. clothes, toiletries, towels, food (no seasonings or oil provided), etc.

-Beds (or mats) and Bedding: Sleeping bags, or quilts, pillows, blankets etc.

-Seating for eating dinner.

-A good torch. 

-20p’s for the showers in the toilet block.

-A fire pit and wood. This must be off the ground and obviously no where near the bell tent – we have bricks on site you can borrow to put underneath.

-Cool Box. We have freezer blocks you can borrow or freeze your own for a very small charge.

-Suitable footwear for camping in a grass field, i.e. wellingtons when it’s a bit wet outside.