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Sibbecks Farm is a family run glamping site nestled in the heart of the Isle of Wight's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  We pride ourselves on providing a luxury glamping experience, our access to the amazing nature & countryside surrounding us, and our friendly & helpful approach.


Staying with us puts you in the heart of nature, with only a canvas between you and the great outdoors.  But camping this is not!  Each safari tent has proper beds with top quality bedding, a kitchen, dining area, mains electricity, hot water, wood burning stove, private toilet and shower/bath. Our aim is to provide everything you need so you only need to bring yourselves.


The 2 safari tents are set in a beautiful 3 acre meadow, they are well spaced apart, and both have large areas that are for private use. We also have a lovely stream running through the meadow and a well managed wooded area with play areas for the children and relaxation spots for the grown ups. 

Sibbecks Farm is a small-holding and during your stay, you will be able to meet our bunnies, guinea pigs and chickens. The chickens will provide freshly laid eggs for your breakfast! 


We also have a large barn which is open to guests. In here you will find scooters, badminton, table football, & a small ‘honesty’ shop selling a selection of local goodies.  If you have time to venture out, we are happy to provide buckets and spades for the beach, a family set of Micro Scooters with our own devised sea side scoots and a My Adventure Kit pack to build dens and hang in hammocks wherever takes your fancy. 

We have moved to the Isle of Wight in the last few years and are passionate about all it has to offer visitors, from family friendly attractions, beautiful beaches, stunning walks and outdoor activities to cosy pubs, pretty cafes and excellent restaurants - we have all you could need for the perfect break.



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There is so much to see and do here on the Isle of Wight come rain or shine.


Here at Sibbecks Farm we have so much nature.  With varied habitats across meadow, farmland, wetland and stream, there are many species of flora and fauna to spot