Luxurious UK Glamping Spots To Swoon Over |

Luxurious UK Glamping Spots To Swoon Over

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Toss away the tent pegs because these luxurious glamping locations offer everything from room service to hot tubs and saunas. From towering treehouses to cosy fireside yurts, make the most of the warm weather and head to one of these glorious UK glamping spots…

Dimpsey’s Shepherd’s Hut, Somerset

Packed with character, this cosy countryside retreat is a home away from home, complete with snuggly double bed, quaint dining area, wooden-clad walls and a toasty wood burner for cooler nights. The décor is offset by treasured vintage finds, and there’s a fire pit outside that doubles up as a sizzling barbecue station. A soak in the wood-fired hot tub is also a must.

Shepherd’s Hut for two from £125 per night.



Wild Luxury Lodges, Norfolk

For campers who love their home comforts, head to the Norfolk countryside for a safari-style stay with Wild Luxury lodges. The epitome of lavish canvas living, Wild Luxury is nestled amid charming orchards within walking distance of Norfolk’s soft sandy beaches. Inspired by Serengeti plains life, these cabins can sleep between six and 10 people – perfect for a group getaway. With double beds, showers, fully stocked kitchens, a decadent dining area for sophisticated dinners and wood-burning ranges, this is rustic luxury at its best.

Wild Luxury Lodges, from £745.



Northstar Club, York

Northstar Club offer eight unique woodland suites, all inspired by people and places in the UK. They have a cosy sitting rooms complete with double sofa beds, kingsize bedrooms and wood burners to keep you toasty in chillier months. There’s also a second bedroom with bunk beds and a spacious bathroom to relax in after a day spent exploring the wilderness.

From £455 for a two night stay.



Treehouse at Deer Park, Devon

The ultimate in luxury camping, this towering treehouse comes complete with a free-standing roll-top bath, tropical rain shower, huge double bed and a balcony boasting spectacular views of the sprawling gardens and River Otter Valley. Splurge on an in-room spa treatment if you’re feeling particularly indulgent, a spot of archery or 4x4 off-roading for the more intrepid of campers.

Treehouse for two from £295 per night.



Sapperton Yurt, Gloucestershire

Hidden in the ancient woodlands of Gloucestershire, this secluded forest retreat is ideal for a romantic getaway. The spacious yurts come with cosy double beds, wood burners and sumptuous textiles are dotted around to create a cosy, homely feel. Relax in the fabulous roll-top bath hidden in a cool converted horse trailer, whilst your village shop essentials are delivered by Chester and Teddy, the resident donkeys.

Yurt for two from £110 per night.



Otter’s Holt Yurt, Mid Wales

For a night under canvas, Otter’s Holt Yurt has it all. Stocked with a king size bed, beds and futons with blankets for up to six people, a wood burner and sky window for nights spent star gazing. Surrounded by sunny glades and beautiful walks and with a pub and shops close by, this is the perfect retreat for a fun weekend with family and friends.

Otter’s Yurt for six for three nights from £386.



Eco Pod, Scotland

If you want to glamp in style, be sure to visit Dome Sweet Dome’s Eco Pods on Scotland's west coast. Boasting panoramic views of the dramatic coastline and luxe stylish interiors – think Eames recliners, sheepskin throws and Japanese cedar wood soaking tubs – these pods are the crème de la crème of the glamping world.

Eco Pods, £950 for six nights in August, sleeping two.



Roulotte Retreat, Scottish Borders

Indulge your inner nomad with a charming stay inside a traditional gypsy caravan. Roulotte Retreat offer seven stylish roulettes each adorned with bright, colourful textiles and accessories, and set amongst a beautiful meadow of wildflowers in the Eildon Hills, Scottish Borders. The Shivanni roulotte is a particularly fabulous pick.

Shivanni Roulotte for two from £95 per night.



Brownscombe, Devon

Set in a beautiful South Devon valley with rolling green countryside and endless blue skies, Brownscombe is the ultimate in easy-to-find tranquillity. Stay in either the luxury canvas safari tents with beds, showers, toilets, kitchens and wood burners, or the cosy tabernacle – a quaint cabin where you can curl up on the rocking chair in front of the fire. There’s also an outdoor hot tub where it’s well advised relax with a glass of bubbly.

Prices start from £552 for seven nights.



Forrest Domes, Wales

Set on a former tumbledown farm just outside Cardigan, with rambling woodland trails and fields, are the fairytale Forrest domes. Sprouting from the fields, each dome has a wooden deck and kitchen hut, solar lights and handwoven charcoal grey blankets to wrap up in on cosy evenings. For thrill-seekers there are tonnes of outdoor activities available including surfing, white water rafting and kayaking.

Dome for two from £340 for a three night weekend break during September and October.




Amber’s Bell Tents, Norfolk

This small, friendly campsite has a swoon-worthy selection of decorated bell tents. Set in the beautiful grounds of Mannington Hall, North Norfolk, each tent is kitted out with beds, cooking facilities, kitchenware, lanterns and a fire pit for outside cooking and campfire fun. The tents can comfortably fit four people, or six if you don't mind getting cosy. There’s also easy access to showers, toilets and an honesty shop in case you run out of firewood or candles.

Prices for two nights range from £250.






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