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Glowing Customer Testimonial

Posted by Ben Viall on

My Lotus Belle tent has changed my entire camping experience for life! I call it my 'canvas palace' and have been stopped in my tracks from complete strangers at weddings and festivals to compliment me on my stunning tent. It certainly is the Rolls Royce of all tents.    To start with, you will not find a better company in terms of passion and enthusiasm for their product. Harriet could not have been more helpful to me with her heartfelt advice on which tent to choose for my lifestyle and budget. She went above and beyond to ensure I was happy with...

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Caring for your Lotus Belle tent.

Posted by Ben Viall on

As the days draw in, beautiful Autumn arives here in the northern hemi-sphere. This blast of dry days and sunshine we are enjoying is the perfect time to clean and thoroughly dry out your treasured Lotus Belle(s) ready for next season. If your tent is dirty then rather than sending it to be professionally cleaned (approx £150) it's less expensive and kinder for your tent (and the environment) to do it yourself by hand. Mud splatter - once the canvas is completely dry, most soiling can be easily brushed off. Any remaining marks can be removed. We have found that...

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Lotus Belle Advert (extended version)

Posted by Hari Seddon on

https://youtu.be/DbFT1QHMsp0  

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A brief History of Camping & Glamping

Posted by Hari Seddon on

The very first man-made shelters would have consisted of foliage thrown over a stick frame. This basic idea for a ‘tent’ however quickly evolved into more sophisticated forms. As early man walked north out of Africa he encountered increasingly challenging environments. The use of animal hides for warmth and durability became commonplace while the use of wooden or bone supports were invented with guy ropes made from animal hair and whittled wooden stakes for rigidity and to combat the elements.   Tents were very much a place to call home for millennia, however, with the advent of farming, more permanent...

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