Dimpsey Glamping wins Good Web Guide Award

Dimpsey Glamping in Chard, Somerset has won the Positive Social and Environmental Impact Website Award, sponsored by Positive Luxury, at the annual Good Web Guide Awards held in London last night.

Dimpsey Glamping, which is run by Somerset couple Emma and Andrew Warren, was described as “an all-in experience helping busy people to get some quality time. The website gives potential guests a window into the experience – showing them what Dimpsey is all about, celebrating the craftsmanship found in the Dimpsey Hut.”

Dimpsey Glamping is based on Emma and Andrew’s small farm on the Blackdown Hills in the West Country, which is shared with Dexter cows, Jacob and Zwartble sheep and a few chickens and a goose called George.

Dimpsey also recently won the Small Business Sunday award run by BBC Dragons Den’s Theo Paphitis and is featured on Sawday’s Canopy and Stars site and coolcamping.co.uk.

“Dimpsey’s site has a great modern, clean design that looks just as great on desktop as it does on mobile. The menu is easy to navigate and the large photo slider communicates the brand’s aesthetics well.”  remarked Josie Tutty of Positive Luxury, one of the Good Web Guide’s judges.

Emma is delighted with the Good Web Guide award, saying: “The idea of the glamping experience is to chill out and we have geared everything around making that happen – so from relaxing music to snuggly beds, hearing the owls hoot at night and watching the animals during the day, we’ve totally got chill out covered. We designed our website to reflect this and are delighted to win this award.

“We invested in the quality of a Blackdown Shepherd Hut, designed by a local business nearby, because it really seemed to fit with the feel of the farm, as well as being able to provide the luxury glamping accommodation we wanted to have.”

The hut is designed and kitted out to feel like a luxury hotel, and Emma and Andrew always go the extra mile to make it really comfortable , ensuring that all the styling is from British designers and adding in extra little treats to delight visitors.

The hut is 18 feet long and contains a double bed, seating, kitchen area and a bathroom with shower and flushing toilet.  Visitors can stay for £125 per night for two adults and this includes logs for the woodburner and the firepit, a welcome tea tray and eggs, bacon, butter, milk and bread for a hearty first morning breakfast.

For more information, and to book your stay, visit: www.dimpsey.co.uk

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