Glamping combines the words “glamorous” and “camping.” It is far more luxurious than camping, where people can enjoy the outdoors in comfort and style.
It allows you to enjoy the freedom and closeness to nature that camping affords, without the uncomfortable side. There’s nothing better than snuggling around the log burner in the evenings and then climbing in to a real bed with fluffy pillows. Plus the accommodation possibilities are endless from treehouses to safari tents, yurts and old converted buses, there is something quirky to suit everybody.
As you will know, our family loves to go on an adventure as much as possible. You just can’t beat that exciting feeling of trying
For those of you who read my blog regularly already know how much we love Glamping, especially when you get to stay on a farm.
With the COVID pandemic still at the forefront of our minds, and UK travel businesses beginning to open up, like many of you right now,
I think many of you well know by now that I am no camper. In fact, I will do what I can to avoid it
The first morning glamping in our canvas cottage at The Dandelion Hideaway, saw us lying in silence. The girls were still sleeping which meant we