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Live in luxury on Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park

Luxury holidays are the latest offering at the Cotswold Farm Park as the popular attraction launches the latest in its line of accommodation.

The Park, which is run by BBC Countryfile star Adam Henson on the family's farm in the Cotswold countryside already offers camping pods and tents for glamping.

And from today, six new luxury lodges will be available to book, offering accommodation for families of five.

Mr Henson said: "Our new lodges will be such a great addition to our already popular campsite and farm park.

"We've listened to our loyal happy campers and we're delighted to be able to give them the option of a little bit of extra luxury to indulge in.

"I'm really looking forward to welcoming new guests who we know will love the lodges as well as our beautiful setting.

"We're sure they'll appreciate this special place just as much as we do."

The Farm Park say the lodges "cater on comfort, little luxuries and home-from-home facilities, they're packed with eco-friendly credentials too.

Clad in British larch, the lodges will all be highly-insulated and double glazed to make them thermally efficient.

Adam Henson said: "A lot of thought has gone into making these lodges as environmentally sustainable as possible.

"It's vital that as a business we help in facing the pressing issue of climate change wherever we can and these lodges are a fine example of how to do this, without compromising on comfort."

Lodge guests will not only have the luxury of unlimited access to Cotswold Farm Park but also the on-site facilities such as The Ox Shed bar and café as well as a shop selling local produce and gifts.

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