17 Feb Best places to go Glamping in the UK
The Best places to go Glamping in the UK: Glamping, the new fad in UK is a luxurious camping retreat. It is essentially normal camping but with luxurious features like four poster beds, full breakfasts, hot tubs and the likes.
This extensive field is snugly right by the coastline in east Lothian between North Benwick and Dunbar. This beautiful farm sits smack in the middle of the region with the most sunshine and less rain in the UK. The glamping location boasts of quite a wide variety of activities and sights. From surfing in the white sandy beaches, to more inland activities like cycling, fishing, wildlife watching and bird watching in the conservation sanctuaries.
Accommodation is in the form of snugly fitted safari tents, protected from the wind by sand dunes. The tents are self contained with ensuite WCs, wood stoves, BBQ grills and hot showers.
Situated in south Cornwall, Polgreen is a sweet country retreat for short breaks from the city. The extensive gardens have breathtaking views, not mentioning that the retreat is only a few minutes from the beach.
Accommodation is in the form of ensuite rooms, and bell tents, all with uninterrupted views of the country and garden, with fitted digital television and a delightful communal dining area. However take note that polgreen is only open for only 8 weeks annually, so make the bookings early in advance.
The rates are £180 for seven days, plus £18 per person per night
Ecopod Boutique Retreat
Located in prime west coast Scotland, Ecopod offers one of the best places to go glamping in the UK. The main highlights are the super luxurious pods with unlimited internet, music and film library, all enclosed in a naturally lit beautiful dome. Additional luxuries include hot tubs, locally made brews and the 60s exquisite furnishings.
Rates are £385 for a weekend, breakfast included, for two.
Priory Bay Yurts
These newly opened yurts at the isle of Yurts essentially put the glam in glamping. Perks include full butler service, delightful dishes and white sandy beach, literally on the doorstep. All the yurts are discreetly tucked away in the serene woodlands, with exquisite views of the beach, golf courses and leafy woodland boroughs.
The rates are £200 per night, bed and full English breakfast.
This is one of the best places to go glamping in the UK. It is situated in the rugged moors of Land’s End Peninsula. They offer two exquisitely designed spaces, self catered, where guests can enjoy the serene sites of the landscape from the Iron Age replica roundhouse. Activities include starry night walks along the moors, absolutely delicious lunch at Gunnards head and other activities
The rates vary according to the season, but average cost ranges between £300 and £600 for two nights.