Do you want to go on a luxurious outdoor adventure? Well, I've found the ideal location for you to visit.

Sweeney farm is located in the town of Oswestry on a family-run working organic farm in rural Shropshire, Oswestry. It has three very luxurious self-catering safari tents. Sweeney Farm is nestled at the bottom of Sweeney Mountain; thus, the views are spectacular. There are two smaller tents, Pump house lodge and Mountain lodge, which sleep up to six people in three separate bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin, and 1 bunk bed) and have a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, and spacious living area with a log burning stove.  The Breidden lodge, which is double-height beds up to 8 people in four twin rooms with two bathrooms on the ground floor. The kitchen, living room, and dining area are all located on the upper floor of the safari tent. There is also a large outside veranda with seating which has stunning views across the Shropshire plain and a large hot tub sits on the lower decking area.

It's a breath-taking destination to spend a week and a once in a lifetime experience. There is a lot to do in the area. While in the quiet countryside, it is only a ten-minute drive into Oswestry, the main city.  Your children will be able to play on the massive fields as well as visit the farm animals that are kept there. The shops are close by, and there is much for kids to do nearby.  On arrival, you will also receive a complimentary cheese block made fresh on the working dairy farm. Helen, the owner, is a wonderful lady who will gladly assist you and accommodate for your needs.

There is a lot to do in the area around Sweeney Farm. Visiting National Trust places is one of the things to do, and if you are a member, you can go for free. I strongly advise you to go to the Pistyll Rhaedr waterfalls, which are absolutely gorgeous and were a highlight of my trip there. A 30-minute hike up will give you a full view of the waterfall, which lies 100 metres below, as well as the source of the water. Another place I would recommend is the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, which is a world heritage site. If you are not afraid of heights, you can walk along the aqueduct or you can take a 40-minute canal boat ride along the aqueduct.

Sweeney Farm is situated at the gateway to Wales, within easy reach of the Snowdonia National Park. In 45 minutes, you may be in the Snowdonia mountains, exploring North Wales, which is another breath-taking location with breath-taking views all around.

I strongly advise you to schedule your visit to Sweeney Farm Glamping, where you will have a fantastic time. It was an unforgettable experience for me, and I would gladly return. For further information, send an email to or go to the Sweeney Farm Glamping website.