Top 10 Glamping Hot Spots This Summer

Top 10 Glamping Hot Spots This Summer

If you're looking to get away from the daily grind, and are up for adventure in some of the UK's best rural locations, what better way than to go camping without roughing it?

Our amazing glamping properties include luxurious yurts and cosy shepherds' huts, spacious safari tents and cabins, and are the perfect way in which to embrace the great outdoors this summer.

So whether you're looking to cosy up away from it all with your significant other, or to get the whole family off the beaten track for a wholesome holiday, we know that you will love these fabulous properties.


1. The Round House, East Thorne, Bude, Cornwall

With features like underfloor heating, a wood burning hot tub and full electrics, The Round House is in a class of its own for experiencing camping life without the sacrifice of luxury. Set on East Thorne just outside Bude, it's within easy reach of some of Cornwall’s famous sandy beaches.

2. Star Suite, York, East Riding of Yorkshire

Set within North Star Club's gorgeous woodland and featuring luxuries like a roll top copper bath, Star Suite offers a wonderful glamping experience. Unwind around the communal log burner or lounge on the veranda for a while, and you'll feel worlds away from the stresses of modern life.

3. Juniper, Melody Farm, Truro, Cornwall

This shepherd's hut sits in the orchard on the beautiful Melody Farm. The hut makes clever use of space so that couples can get cosy here without feeling cramped. Additional facilities such as the indoor swimming pool and BBQ make for a wonderful break in the Cornish countryside.

4. Brae, Yurt, The Park, Newquay, Cornwall

What could be more romantic than getting back to nature with a break in a traditional yurt? Brae sits on The Park, Cornwall resort where facilities include a swimming pool, landscaped gardens, walking trails and The Kitchen café. It’s the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle.

5. Bay, Buttercup Barn Retreats, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight

This circular yurt-style lodge makes Bay a great hideaway for couples looking to get back to nature. The open plan design gives a bright and welcoming feel, and the addition of a stable door means guests can enjoy the beautiful scenery in comfort.

6. Fir Tree, Seale Hayne, near Dartmoor, Devon

Set on the beautiful Seale-Hayne estate in South Devon, Fir Tree is a spacious safari tent that makes a unique setting for a family glamping experience. With an open plan design this is the kind of spot that makes you feel right at home as soon as you step inside.

7. Penryn, Yurt, The Park, Newquay, Cornwall

Penryn is a stylish yurt that sleeps four, so it’s just right for that family escape to rugged Cornwall. With a rustic charm and on-site facilities like a swimming pool and children's play area, this property makes getting back in touch with nature a dream for the whole family.

8. Jasmine, Melody Farm, Truro, Cornwall

Wonderful attention to detail gives this shepherd's hut a warm and welcoming feel. From the wood burning stove to the array of kitchen accessories, guests will feel right at home from the start of their stay. The beautiful setting of Melody Farm makes for an unforgettable break.

9. Sansa, East Thorne, Bude, Cornwall

Situated on the East Thorne glamping resort, Sansa is a traditional Mongolian yurt designed specifically with families in mind. The option of cooking on the communal wood fired clay oven is a great way to socialise, and the shared on-site facilities will keep the whole family entertained.

10. The Cabin, Buttercup Barn Retreats, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight

The Cabin is the perfect escape for those couples looking to enjoy peace and quiet with plenty of outside space. So quaint it has something of a fairy-tale feel, you’ll find this home from home waiting to welcome you in the heart of the Isle of Wight’s countryside.
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