Abbey Wood

Federation Road, London SE2 0LS | Telephone: 0208 311 7708 | View Map

  • Panoramic views from Lesnes Abbey
    Enjoy panoramic views of London from nearby Lesnes Abbey
  • A panoramic view of Greenwich and the O2 Arena
    Stay near Greenwich and the O2 Arena
  • Greenwich Naval College (also known as Greenwich Hospital), built in 1712
    Greenwich Naval College (also known as Greenwich Hospital), built in 1712 is near
  • Greenwich park is around 30 minutes from site
    Greenwich park is around 30 minutes from site
  • Enjoy a holiday in this self-contained, luxury glamping pod
  • Let off steam in the playground on-site
    Let off steam in the playground on-site
  • Pitch up at Abbey Wood in the leafy camping area
    Pitch up at Abbey Wood in the leafy camping area

Open Dates:
Open All Year

Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm*
Latest Departure Time: 10am*


• Wi-Fi available
• Wash room / toilets
• Electric and non-electric tent pitches

Why stay here

Set on the outskirts of London in wooded grounds, away from the bustling city centre, is our site at Abbey Wood. You can enjoy the best of urban living and day trips to London from our base in the Borough of Greenwich - an area that is peppered with parks and open spaces.

There are all kinds of interesting places to check out in London, many within 10 miles of Abbey Wood. Abbey Wood Station is just a short walk away, meaning you can be in central London in around 20 minutes on the new Elizabeth Line.

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Group bookings available
Please call 01342 777533 (Mon - Fri, 9am-5pm)

Accommodation at Abbey Wood

Site details

Facilities on site

• Wi-Fi available^
• Wash room / toilets
• Dish washing area
• Laundry facilities
• Playground
• Supermarkets within 5 miles
• See what's inside your glamping pod
• See what's inside your camping pod
Dog-friendly facilities available

*These are the times for glamping, for camping check-in is from 1pm and check-out by 12pm

^FREE Wi-Fi service is available in your accommodation for basic browsing and reading emails. For a faster service, you have the option to upgrade to a premium package for a fee of £5 a day or £15 a week. The free service is available on unlimited devices, the premium package is limited to one device at any one time.

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Before You Travel

We want to ensure you have everything you need in order to have a relaxing and fun glamping break away. Click here to read the latest updates and information about your campsite before you arrive.

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Activities & experiences nearby

  • Cycling Cycling

    The surrounding areas of both Greenwich and Bexley has some superb parks which are ideal for cycling and walking through. The Thames Path is a high-quality, traffic-free route for most of the length of the Thames throughout Greenwich and is part of the National Cycle Network Route. View route map on Sustrans.

  • Walking Walking

    There are some beautiful parks and reserves for you to explore in and around Abbey Wood. Enjoy a short circular route passing the ruins of Lesnes Abbey Heathland, or a slightly longer loop trail of Abbey Wood Circular, located near Bexley passing a stunning lake. The South East London Green Chain has great recommendations which includes plenty of attractions to visit as you pass through.

  • Things to try Things to try

    Experience what life was like on board the Cutty Sark in Greenwich, the world’s last surviving tea clipper and considered the fastest ship of her time. See the detailed craftsmanship used in its creation and find out how the crew had lived. After a fire in 2007, the ship was rebuilt and refurbished meaning that you can now walk underneath the hull.

    Take a stroll along the South Bank that is overloaded with fantastic restaurants and bars, but is more commonly known for being home to the National Theatre and the Hayward Gallery. Die-hard fans of the Bard should head further along the riverside to pay homage to the beautiful Shakespearian playhouse, The Globe.

    There are plenty of fun outdoor activities to enjoy too, like Indoor Karting near the Docklands, Go Ape Treetop Adventure in Battersea or simply enjoying a peaceful sightseeing on board a river cruise.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    You don't even need to head into central London to be spoilt for choice. Nearby Greenwich is stacked full of restaurants, cafes and bars to tempted all tastebuds. If you're after some fine dining, check out Craft London with it's decadent cocktail bar.

    Any lover of the artisan banger should head to Heap's Sausage Cafe in Greenwich Royal Park. For authentic homemade Italian food, head to The Prince of Greenwich Museum Pub, which also holds cinema nights and live music events regularly.

    For an afternoon away from the city, enjoy an afternoon at Danson Park and lake which is a 15 minute drive from the site, followed by a spot of lunch in the Danson Stables.


  • Family days out Family days out

    The Royal Observatory in Greenwich has been the location for the scientific study of stars for centuries. Here you can see the Greenwich Meridian Line marked out, which is where the world’s time zones are calculated. Go stargazing at the planetarium show and check out some of the incredible equipment that astronomers used, way before the digital age, to make discoveries about our universe.

    Animal lovers can not only visit the ZSL London Zoo but there are farms in London too! One of the largest inner city farms in Europe is Mudchute Farm and Park with acres of open space and a chance to feed the animals too. To get there follow the Greenwich Foot Tunnel under the river to the Island of Dogs.

    Get a 360-degree view of London by taking a guided climb up and over the O2 its purpose built walkway, 52 metres off the ground. This is a ticketed experience and not for the faint-hearted, but you will be able to see across the capital, spotting famous sites like the Olympic Park, Thames Barrier, The Shard and Canary Wharf.

* Prices based on a minimum two night stay between Monday and Thursdays during low season. Minimum stay for pods is two nights. Tent prices are based on 1 adult and a pitch. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 5x5 metres (approximately a four person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with you booking. Please read our FAQs for further booking information. Terms and conditions apply.

Location and transport

Federation Road, London, SE2 0LS
Telephone: 0208 311 7708

Abbey Wood Tube Station is just a short walk away, meaning you can be in central London in around 20 minutes on the new Elizabeth Line.  

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Bexleyheath, Greenwich
  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Abbey Wood - serving National Rail and Thameslink (plus the Elizabeth Line on the London Underground)
  • Car hire available on site

Please be aware that this site is situated within the London Low Emission Zone. Visit for more information.

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