Tapnell Farm Yarmouth Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
The Isle of Wight has a temperate maritime climate with typically warm rather than hot summers and cool to cold winters. On average the hottest month is August in summer and the coldest is January in winter. Rainfall on average falls fairly evenly throughout the year, the wettest months are in December and January and the driest is July.
Enjoy farm living the dome
Tom's Eco Lodge is part of the active Tapnell Farm. Vast and beautiful land on the Isle of Wight, where you can enjoy spectacular views, while your kids learn all intricacies of running a farm. Resort features different kinds of glamping structures, but the glamping domes are the the main star of the event.
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The dome is well equipped and definitely a luxurious glamping option. The site can be windy at times, but we had glorious weather and the views down to the coast were stunning. On a clear night the stars are beautiful too.
We stayed for 4 nights in eco pod 2 as a family of 4. The whole family had a wonderful stay, the lodge is in a great location with the delicious Cow restaurant and Tapnell Farm. It is also a great spot to be able to explore the rest of the IOW with beautiful beaches very close by. Our eldest loved the new aqua park as did his dad! We shall definitely be back and will recommend to friends and family.
Spacious, clean and in a glorious setting. It made all for a relaxing holiday, even in these times. I'm very grateful for the excellent communication from Chloe and Tom, and all the staff at the Tapnell Farm accommodation and facilities. Utterly brilliant