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Win a boutique camping bell tent

Posted by Hannah on 6th July 2012

Win a boutique camping bell tent

The lovely people at Boutiqe Camping are giving you the chance to win the ultimate glamping accessory -  a beautiful bell tent worth a whopping £450!

Bell tents have a beautifully elegant silhouette, are quick and easy to put up and take down.  The design is simple: natural cotton canvas drapes down from a central pole, and is held tight by guy ropes to create a distinctive old-fashioned shape outside and a wonderfully soft ambience within. In the sun you can roll up the sides and lounge about enjoying the breezy shade beneath.

The tent is 5m tent is perfect for a  group of friends or large families and would also make a spectacular chill-out area at any festival or summer garden party.

It comes with everything you need:

  • 285g - 100% cotton canvas Bell Tent 
  • Guy ropes (plus a spare) 
  • Heavy duty 540g PVC mesh strengthened brown Zipped in groundsheet 
  • 4 Half moon zipped windows with mosquito netting 
  • Spring-loaded, 30mm metal tent poles (plus spare springs and tool) 
  • Pes for both tent and groundsheet in matching bags 
  • Matching cotton canvas carry bag, with shoulder straps – which is PU coated to help keep water and damp out. 
  • Step-by-step instructions

All you need to do is email your name and contact number to hannah@teapigs.co.uk with the subject line CAMPING and we'll pick 3 lucky winners at random after the closing date! Good luck campers!

terms and conditions - boring but important

the competition runs from 9am Monday 16th July to Sunday 23rd midnight. Entries outside this time will not be counted. teapigs will randomly select three winners and notify them within 1 week of the competition closing. Olly from Boutique Camping would love to have your email so he can occasionally send you emails about their new stuff and latest offers. He will of course keep your details very safe and won't pass it on to anyone but if you wish for us not to pass on your details, that's fine, just put unsubsribe in the subject line.