Best Glamping Destinations in the UK
If you’ve always wanted to go and experience the best glamping holidays UK, you’re not alone. The UK is home to hundreds of luxury glamping spots and accommodations, and millions of people from all over the world visit the country for glamping getaways every year. With so many to choose from it can be a daunting task, but we have shortlisted the best glamping getaways in the UK in this article.
Glamping in the UK has also been on the forefront when it comes to market growth compared to any other country in Europe.
Glamping offers campers convenient and comfortable ways to enjoy, relax, and de-stress. It offers the adrenaline rush during outdoor experiences as traditional camping, but usually with the added benefit of coming home to a nice space, a cozy bed, and a private bathroom once the outdoor adventures are over.
These modern conveniences are at the very heart of what glamping resorts and accommodations offer to their clientele. If you’re looking for some luxurious getaways, we’re pretty sure that these top 15 glamping getaways in the UK won’t disappoint:
Hesleyside Huts, Northumberland
Inside the Northumberland National Park is a 4,000-acre property estate known as the Hesleyside Estate. Within the estate lies the Hesleyside Hall, and within its gardens lies the Hesleyside Huts.
Guests at the Hesleyside Huts can stay in cabins and shepherd huts, all with a clear and untainted view of magical fields, meadows, and forests. When you walk out of a Hesleyside Hut, you walk out to a magnificent view of the vast countryside.
The cabins at the property sleep 2 to 4 guests. The king-sized beds for these cabins are on a mezzanine floor. Each has a mini kitchen, a fire pit, and a wood-burning stove. The Holly log cabin features a full bathroom, while the Rowan cabin has an outdoor bath.
The shepherd’s huts look like old-style caravans from the outside, but inside you’ll find that they’re modernly compact and luxurious. These shepherd’s huts are handcrafted and every hut features king-sized beds. They also have en-suite shower rooms, wood-burning stoves, and fire pits. The Heather and the Bracken huts have outdoor baths, but the Bramble hut has a gas hob, grill, oven, kitchen sink, and fridge.
The Hesleyside Hall offers luxury bed and breakfasts for the stately home’s guests. There’s a bar, lounge, and a dining room in the hall as well. You can also visit:
- Carriages Tea Room,
- The Boe Rigg Restaurant, or the
- Rocky Road Café Takeaway
These are all less than 2 miles away from the Hesleyside Hall. There are even more options the farther you’re willing to go.
When you’re at Hesleyside, all you have to do is go out, be surrounded by the vast and rolling countryside, breathe in some fresh air, and relax. You can go on long walks in the woods and immerse yourself in nature. At night, you can go out of your hut or your cabin, and just enjoy the campfire while gazing at the stars.
If you’re looking for an adventure, you can drive to the Kielder Water and Forest Park where you can go fishing, mountain biking, sailing, horseback riding, water-skiing, and more.
Mallison’s Woodland Retreat, Dorset
The serene woodlands can give you a much-needed break from the comings and goings of city life. The tall trees surrounding the tipis, huts, yurts, tents, and treehouses at Mallinson’s Woodland Retreat serve as the perfect setting for a glamorous, fairytale-like experience. Glamping within the forests also provide privacy and solitude.
That’s why many couples choose to stay at these woodland glamping accommodations.
All the Mallison’s Woodland Retreat accommodations sleep a maximum of 2 people, and the area is an adult-only glamping site. All are fitted with king-sized beds with high-quality linens and electric blankets.
The workshop is popular for providing luxury amenities within the different accommodations that they offer. All yurts, tipis, huts, and tents have private bathrooms that come with eco-friendly hair shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. They also have kitchens, sofas, dressing tables, sinks, and fire pits too.
The most popular glamping accommodation on the site is the Woodsman’s Treehouse. It has a king-sized bed, a double-ended tub, a rotating fireplace, a wood fire pizza oven, a skylight, and many other luxurious amenities. It even has a sauna, an entrance lobby where you can leave your shoes and coats so the indoors can stay pristine.
The workshop doesn’t have an in-house restaurant or dining option. They do have an honesty shop system in place for some campfire necessities and a small selection of ciders and wines. There are around 60 nearby restaurants within a 10-mile radius, but you can also of course bring and cook your own food. There are local stores for food and other supplies just about around 2.5 miles away.
The Forde Abbey and Gardens border the woodlands of the workshop’s estate. The medieval monastery is definitely a must-visit for history buffs and architecture enthusiasts. There are breweries, art centers, and nature and wildlife parks near the property too.
Popular glamping activities include:
- tennis, and
The Orchard Retreat, Devon
If countryside luxury glamping is more your cup of tea, then a glamping getaway at the Orchard Retreat in Devon is one you shouldn’t miss. The property has 15 acres of orchards, woodlands, streams, and meadows – all of which make for a relaxing retreat!
The property owners are also quite eco-centric, so you can make sure that your guilt-free yet luxurious stay will leave a minimal impact on the environment.
There are 2 holiday cottages and three yurts in the property.
- Glamping Yurts
The yurts all have a bedroom and a bathroom, and can sleep a maximum of 4 guests (and 1 child if necessary). Coffee makers, ring burners, hot water bottles, fire pit essentials, and outdoor seating and dining areas are provided for the yurt guests.
- Apple Tree Cottage
This cottage also sleeps 4 guests. It has a full kitchen, a smart TV, two double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and an enclosed garden. It’s a beautiful, former animal house that has been fully renovated to offer ultimate luxury, warmth, and comfort.
- Cider Barn
This is the biggest lodging structure, and it used to be a brewing house. It has been fully renovated, and it now has two bedrooms, a full kitchen, a dining area, an outdoor bathroom, and a family bathroom. There’s also a smart TV, with radiators in the bedroom and the living room. It sleeps a maximum of 6 guests.
Only cottages have a Wi-Fi connection. If you’re planning to stay in the yurts and want to connect to the internet, you can just hang out in The Gallery – a common area where guests can play, read, and mingle.
Pet dogs are also welcome in the yurts and cottages, but the owners ask that guests keep it only up to two dogs in the cottages and only one dog in the yurts. Bringing in pet dogs will cost an additional £25 per dog.
The Gallery may be rented for brunches and dinners for a minimum of 8 people. It’s also the home of the Supper Club, where guests can dine in on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
Saturday dinners are flexible, and you can arrange these for your stay during the booking. Most ingredients are locally sourced too. You can also walk to one nearby restaurant, but there are plenty of others within a 5-mile radius.
You can relax in an outdoor tub house, hire the pizza oven, have a picnic in the meadows, take a nap in the hammock, or mingle with other guests. You can also just start a campfire, toast marshmallows, sing campfire songs, and gaze at the stars at night.
Nearby attractions include:
- Devon Railway Centre,
- Crediton Parish Church, and the
- Speakeasy Cocktail Bar.
The Dome Garden, Gloucestershire
The Dome Garden is home to 8 types of luxury geodesic domes that can sleep from 2 up to 8 people. It’s set within a magical-looking forest. Every dome can give you great views of the lush greens of the earth and the dark blues of the skies.
The domes at Dome Garden come in all shapes and sizes. Some are only as small as 12 feet across, while others can be as large as 24 feet across. The bigger domes can accommodate a family of up to 8. There are simple domes and there are domes that are just super! Here are some of their more creative lodging options:
- The Skydome
Has an elevated flying bed that offers a panoramic view of the sky, perfect for romantic nights spent talking about everything and nothing in particular and just gazing at the stars
- Hobbity Domes
Cave-like domes for tall (and regular) hobbits with full bathrooms and beds sunk into the ground for warmer winter nights and cooler summer ones
- The Super Dome
Supersized with two-levels of sleeping areas, a swinging double bed, and a circular bench warmed by a recycled oil drum
The Dome Garden used to cook meals for its guests, but since the pandemic began, they were restricted from offering these services. However, guests are still free to use the grills and the rocket stoves to prepare their own meals.
There are inns, pubs, restaurants, and cafes within a mile from Dome Garden.You can just drive around to find somewhere to eat, if you’re not up to cooking.
Some guests visit Dome Garden and enjoy:
- Whitewater rafting, and
- Mountain biking.
Others opt for nature walks and visit the garden maze and butterfly garden. The property itself is within the Forest of Dean and nature abounds.
Here you can follow the sculpture trail and take lovely nature photos. You can also visit trains, shops, and coal mines in the forest.
Happy Days Retro Vacations, Suffolk
The Happy Days Retro Resort isn’t the biggest and most luxurious resort, but it’s here because it gets plus points for creativity and for its overall carefree vibe. Who can say no to staying in a deluxe vintage caravan and being surrounded by like-minded people who just like to get together, relax, and have fun?
The resort is a family-friendly camp that can also be hired for just about anything:
- corporate get-togethers,
- team building,
- family reunions, and more!
For the accommodation, guests have a choice between 8 vintage Airstreams. They all have special stories to tell, and many made their way to the UK from the US. As they’re all quite different from one another, they have different features too. But here are some things you might want to know:
- Most have double and twin beds and some of the more spacious caravans can even fit travel cots. These beds don’t have beddings, so you need to bring your own or rent from the resort. The same goes for towels too.
- These caravans also have lightweight camping toilets, but modern showers and toilets in the site facilities are just about a 5-minute walk away. When it’s cold, they turn on underfloor heating and warm up the towel rails.
- The camper trailers run on electricity, and there are available plugs for lights, charging devices, and appliances. 4G data works on the site, but they don’t offer Wi-Fi connections at the moment.
- The resort is pretty much a carefree one, but pet dogs are only allowed for guests staying in the Nettie and the Betsy caravans.
The small resort is within a mile of Saxmundham where you can eat in restaurants, hotels, and inns. There are more than enough choices for a place to eat within a 5-mile radius.
You can also just prep and cook your meals at the resort, as each Airstream has a fridge, cooker, small oven, saucepans, and other cooking utensils.
There’s an Escape Room in the resort that can be enjoyed by 2 to 8 people aged 10 years old and above. Kids can run around the resort or have fun in the playground. Fire pits can be enjoyed by everyone as the resort provides fire pits for every accommodation.
The resort is also near the coast, so guests can go swimming at the beach. There are spas, museums, parks, gardens, and shopping centers in Saxmundham, and the resort is close to seaside towns too.
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Love2Stay is a glamping and caravan resort set in a 22-acre property in Shropshire. During the day, it’s a resort that’s filled to the brim with fun adventures and relaxing treats.
At night, it’s where you can rest easy in a wonderfully warm and perfectly cozy bed.
The glamping village at Love2Stay has 20 different safari tents and lodges. Each safari lodge sleeps a maximum of 6 people. Every one of the lodges has a flat-screen TV, a full kitchen, a full bathroom, a private hot tub, a fire pit, and a sun deck.
Guests at Love2Stay can also use the communal hot tubs, gym, outdoor pools, hot springs, beach area, and heated pool. They’re also given access to free Wi-Fi.
Dogs and kids are very much welcome at the facility, where there’s also a children’s play area, a dog park, and a dog agility course. There’s also a dog wash so you don’t have to worry about your pets roughing it out there.
Breakfasts made from locally-sourced ingredients are served in the in-house coffee shop and snack bar. Every lodge also has an outdoor BBQ kitchen where you can prep and cook your meals. The resort also makes use of a wood-fired oven to serve pizzas of different varieties.
Outside the site, you’d be able to find a great selection of Shropshire restaurants, bars, and hotels that serve breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.
Inside the resort, you can go swimming, fishing, running, and hiking. If you’re looking for a more relaxing way to spend a day of your getaway, you can get spa treatments at the resort as well. The resort also holds yoga, Pilates, and meditation sessions.
There’s also a tent cinema where you and your family can enjoy some popcorn and movies along with other campers.
If you’re ever in the mood to get out of the site and visit local attractions, the resort’s concierge can help you find whatever you want to find in Shropshire.
East Thorne Yurts, Cornwall
They say that one of the best ways to experience Cornwall is through glamping, and we think so too.
The beautiful surroundings and glamping yurts seem like a perfect match. You can just imagine the silence of the quiet countryside broken only by the sound of the waves crashing. This is what East Thorne is all about.
- Glamping Yurts
The yurts at East Thorne can sleep a family of up to 6 (of which 4 are kids) or 4 adults. These yurts are also weather-proofed and heated and are nice even with the unpredictable Cornwall weather. Some even come with wood-burning hot tubs. The yurts have outdoor kitchens, barbeques, and fridges. A private bathhouse is just a few yards away from each of the 9 yurts.
- Luxury Roundhouses
The roundhouses offer a much more luxurious glamping experience. The original East Thorne Roundhouse sleeps 2 people and is exclusive to couples, but the other roundhouses can accommodate families and their pets. These accommodations are fitted with full kitchens and hot tubs.
The cottages at East Thorne are more favorable for guests during the more unforgiving seasons. These cottages offer views of the coasts and sleep up to 6 guests. A cottage comes equipped with a full kitchen, a lounge, and a full bathroom. Outside, you can find a garden, a dining area, and a barbeque area.
You can order breakfast upon your arrival, but they definitely suggest cooking your own. They have locally-sourced produce that you can use for your meals.
You can definitely go out for meals if you’re not in the mood for meal prep.
- The Fryers Tea Room,
- The London Inn Restaurant, and
- The Pizza Ape, are all less than a mile away.
There are 4 beaches near the resort, and each one is definitely worth visiting. There are also nearby Cornish towns and villages you can visit for dining, shopping, sight-seeing, and more. The Eden Project is a hit with the kids especially.
Riverside Caravan & Camping, Wales
The Riverside Caravan & Camping Park is a small, 4-acre, dog-friendly park where guests of all ages are welcome. There are luxury lodges, bungalows, pods, caravans, and holiday homes, but visitors can also pitch in their tents and caravans for longer, year-round stays.
Riverside Caravan and Camping Park offer a wide range of different accommodations. Many guests choose to stay in glamping pods and caravans for longer stays. There’s a clean bathhouse, a laundry room, and a dishwashing area as well.
The caravans themselves are clean and modern, and the site facilities are always kept tidy by the park’s ever so helpful crew. It’s a quiet, simple park at the riverside where families can enjoy their vacations and bond over good food and campfire stories.
There’s an in-house restaurant and a clubhouse at the Riverside. On very busy days, the restaurant can fill up pretty quickly, but you can drive for 10 minutes and reach the nearest town. There are lots of dining options near the site so you can go on a food adventure during your glamping stay. Try some of the best restaurants in the area:
- Aladdin’s Indian Dining,
- Connolly’s Tapas Bar, and
- Honey Blue just to name a few.
Fishing, watersports, and swimming are popular with guests, but many go to Stratford-upon-Avon just for historical sites, sight-seeing, and cultural tours.
Hide, St Donats, Wales
Have you ever wanted to just hide from the world and discover inner peace? Hide, set at the beautiful coastal countryside of St. Donats, is the perfect place for people to just relax, enjoy, appreciate nature, and find some peace and quiet.
Hide has a range of glamping accommodations to choose from.
- Walden Lodge
You can stay at the Walden Lodge and enjoy its walk-in shower and double bedroom. Catch up with friends, family, or your loved one beside the wood burner in a lounge that shares its space with the kitchen and dining area. Outside, the house looks rustic and traditional with the lush forest serving as a beautiful backdrop. Inside, it’s spacious and practical while being lavishly modern.
- Bugail Hut
The Bugail Hut is set within the forest itself, giving you all the privacy you need for a romantic glamping holiday. It’s not your ordinary shepherd’s hut though. This hut has large windows so you can see everything that nature has decided to surround you with. It also has a kitchenette, a bathroom, and a bedroom fitted with a cast-iron stove for warmth.
- Glamping Cabans
You can also stay inside one of their three Cabans. These are fitted with double beds, kitchenettes, wide-view terraces, fire pits, and wood burners. A private bathhouse is available for guests staying at the Cabans.
Hide doesn’t have an in-house dining option, but suggests the following restaurants, pubs, and bars for their guests to try out:
- Hare And Hounds,
- Bar 44,
- The Old Swan Inn,
- Bunch of Grapes,
- Carne Arms, and
- Plough & Harrow.
St. Donats is a historic town, filled with museums, galleries, churches, castles, and other historic buildings and places. Tours around the town are popular, but Hide guests can also go biking, surfing, and horseback riding. Beach strolls can be very relaxing too!
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Catgill Farm, Yorkshire
Within the Chatsworth Estate are timber pods and bell tents that offer overnight luxury camping made even more magical by the magnificent countryside views. This is the Catgill Farm.
To provide an unforgettable glamping experience, all pods and tents are uniquely furnished and provide all the modern conveniences that modern hotel rooms can offer.
Catgill Farm accommodations all come with wood-burning hot tubs on their very own private patios. They come with outlets, fire pits, bedding kitchen utensils, and Wi-Fi access too. The timber pods can sleep up to 6 people, and the bell tents can sleep up to 4.
The pods have en-suite shower rooms, but guests in bell tents share a private bathroom with guests from 1 other bell tent. The pods even have smart TVs and USB charging outlets.
Pods and bell tents come equipped with small kitchens designed for preparing small meals. They also have pizza and microwave ovens. Less than a mile away from the farm, you can find tea houses, coffee shops, and restaurants.
The best thing about Catgill Farm is the fact that you can do all sorts of fun activities without needing to drive a car.
There are so many things to do that are just a few minutes’ walk away. You can literally just walk to an animal farm, a pub, a shop, a post office, and a priory.
The Quiet Site, Cumbria
The Quiet Site is a campsite overlooking Lake Ullswater. Their visitors stay in holiday cottages, glamping cabins, and hobbit holes. The campsite even provides seasonal pitches for caravans and motorhomes. The natural setting is very romantic, making it perfect for honeymooners and couples who want to create or rekindle that special connection with nature and with each other. It’s a family-friendly campsite that welcomes pet dogs too.
The spacious glamping cabins are fitted with sprung double beds. Each cabin has its own bathroom and kitchenette. Underfloor heaters and cabin insulation make the cabins warm during winters and cool during summers. Right outside the cabin is a wide wooden deck. Here you can find a picnic table where you can have a romantic dinner. There are also some deck chairs where you can just marvel at the views or gaze at the stars.
The Quiet Bar serves local and even home brewed drinks all-year-round. It’s a place where families can just talk, hang out, play, and have a few drinks. Kids are very much welcome to play air hockey and table football at the bar’s playroom. Those looking for a meal can visit nearby restaurants.
Local walks are some of the best ways to experience new places, and the Quiet Site recommends 4 local walks to help you do just that. These wondrous family-friendly walks are filled with awe-inspiring views of the Lake District.
Biking around the Lake District is highly recommended too. You can also visit ruins, shops, and theaters, or you can go paddle boarding, cliff jumping, and canoeing at some nearby attractions.
Mill Farm Glamping, Wiltshire
With high-end accommodations and exceptional services, Mill Farm has provided countless travelers, families, couples, and groups some unforgettable glamping experiences for more than a decade now. The serene, gorgeous countryside is perfect for a destination wedding, but many tourists visit Mill Farm so they can relax for a few days while touring the nearby towns.
It’s only a few hours’ drive away from the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge too.
You can stay at a one- or two-story canvas lodge, a treehouse, or the Mill Farm House. All of these options are spacious and some can even sleep up to 8 adults.
- Canvas Lodges
Luxury, one-story canvas lodges have a master bedroom, a second bedroom (with two single beds), and a bunk barn. There’s a lounge, a dining area with an oven for warmth and cooking. To ensure the utmost peace and privacy, the canvas lodges are generously spaced apart. Families and groups can have all sorts of fun inside and outside the canvas lodges without disturbing guests from the other lodges.
- Squirrel Lodge
The Squirrel Lodge is the farm’s two-story lodge, and it’s one of the first two of its kind in the UK. There are two upstairs bedrooms fitted with electric heating blankets, and the bedrooms can be turned into two-twin or double bedrooms.
The treehouse at Mill Farm is its newest accommodation option. The spacious deck goes halfway around the treehouse, offering an amazing panoramic view of the farm’s meadows. The dining table is carefully structured around a large sparkling tree, and there’s a nearby couch where you can warm up and catch up beside the warming stove. The treehouse has three levels and three luxury bedrooms.
- Mill farm House
The Mill Farm House, on the other hand, is a self-catering house, perfect for unbothered family getaways. It even has a game room and its own garden. It’s a home away from home in every sense of the word.
There are many local pubs and restaurants near Mill Farm. Tea Inc., the Havelli Indian Restaurant, the Raven, Brogans, the Greyhound, and the Peppermill Restaurant are just some of them. You can also cook your own food in any of the accommodations offered by Mill Farm.
You can ride donkeys and watch badgers at the farm. You can also try your hand at archery or play laser sport clay pigeon shooting. There are nearby churches, museums, and gardens, but many Mill Farm guests travel to the Stonehenge site for day tours too.
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Humble Bee Farm, Yorkshire
Family glamping getaways are Humble Bee Farm’s specialty. Here, you’ll find everything a family needs to have a relaxing yet fun-filled vacation. You can go and enjoy the different adventures offered by relaxing farms, beaches, moors, and many other natural and man-made wonders.
At Humble Bee Farm, you can stay at luxury cottages, glamping lodges and cabins, nomadic yurts, and deluxe bell tents.
You can even bring your own motorhome or caravan and pitch in the middle of a lush, green meadow.
The more luxurious glamping lodges and cabins even have electric or wood-fired hot tubs, comfortable beds, working kitchens, parking spaces, en-suite bathrooms, dining areas, and other facilities.
The luxury holiday cottages are self-catering cottages that are fitted with two en-suite bedrooms, full kitchens, and dining areas. The Merry Dale and the Swallow’s Nest cottages even come with their own private hot tubs.
During Saturdays, the farm offers pizzas made on-site. There are barbeque grills and pits available on the farm as well, so guests can cook their own meals. Nearer to the coast and about 5 miles away from the farm are well-reviewed restaurants:
- The Lighthouse Tea Room,
- The Sugarcube,
- The Boat Shed, and
Former guests thoroughly enjoyed the stories about where food comes from, and kids especially enjoyed time with the farm animals. Visitors can also go to the duck pond, use the football area, visit the onsite shop, or go on nature walks.
The local area is home to railways, pools, castles, gardens, and the North York Moors National park.
Langstone Manor, Devon
Your holiday getaways may just be for a few days, or it can last for a month or more. No matter how long you’re planning to stay, Langstone Manor’s self-catering lodging options can accommodate your holiday plans.
There are camping and caravan pitches in the park too, and campers can all use the clean bathhouses, laundry rooms, and dishwashing areas. The area is a great overall park for exploring nearby towns, markets, coasts, and beaches.
A Langstone glamping pod is fitted with a double bed, a toilet, a small kitchen, a sofa bed, and a TV. Showers are allocated per accommodation. Some glamping pods are dog-friendly, and they can accommodate up to 2 dogs with an additional fee of roughly £5 per dog per night.
Static holiday caravans can be rented for short stays or for multiple week-long stays. They are fitted with many modern conveniences like a full kitchen, shower and toilet, lounge with dining area and a pull-out bed, a double bedroom, and a twin room. Kitchen utensils and beddings are all provided, and towels are all you have to bring. Static caravans can accommodate pets too.
Wi-Fi access is available, but it’s an extra that you’d have to pay for.
There are an on-site restaurant and lounge at Langstone Manor that offer meals made from fresh and locally-sourced produce. However, it’ll remain closed until 2021. There are microwaves and grills too if your family enjoys home cooking. Some highly recommended restaurants to try out are:
- Cornish Arms,
- Peter Tavy Inn, Robertson’s,
- The Leaping Salmon, and
- Bob’s East Ends Café.
All of these are less than 3 miles away from the holiday park.
There are nearby farmers’ markets where you can buy ingredients for home-cooked meals. The Merrivale Monuments, Stannary Brewing Company, Country Cheeses, and the Tavistock Museum are some popular attractions.
Tours to the Stonehenge (which is less than a 3-hour drive away) are popular too.
Eye Kettleby Lakes, Leicestershire
The fishing lakes within the Eye Kettleby property are popular for fishing trips and camping holidays. There’s a variety of fishes you can catch within the different lakes, and the lakes pose different levels of difficulty so new and experienced anglers can enjoy their vacations. Guests of the Eye Kettleby Lakes can stay in luxury glamping pods.
After a day of fishing and other glamping activities, guests can relax inside their pods. Each pod comes fitted with a mini kitchen that has an electric grill, a fridge, a kettle, cooking and eating utensils, and BBQ equipment. The sleeping area has a thermostat-controlled electric heater, and here you’ll find a double bed, en-suite bathroom, and a sofa.
There are also some DVDs you can watch on the flat-screen TV. All pods have a private fire pit, BBQ area, and garden table and chairs.
The site has an in-house bar and tearoom, but they’re only serving drinks and cakes until further notice. You can make of the small kitchen and the BBQ grill at your pods for preparing your own delicious meals.
You can also find Italian, European, Mediterranean, and Asian restaurants within 2 miles of the site; just ask the receptionist for suggestions and any other questions.
Aside from fishing at the on-site lakes, you can also go to a nearby theme park, country park, brewery, museum, church, gift shops, and theater.
Finding the Best Glamping Holidays in the UK
Camping trips can be so much fun, but people nowadays are so used to many modern conveniences that traditional camping can force us to give up for a while. This is why glamping has become so popular over the past decade.
Glamping is a way for people to enjoy the great outdoors without having to give up the conveniences we need and the luxuries we enjoy. Glamping is a way for people to relax and immerse themselves in nature without really roughing it out.
Plan the best glamping holidays UK and be prepared for some unique experiences, crazy adventures, and lavish accommodations. Just relax, breathe in, and feel your worries just melt away.