Where’s the best place to go glamping?

Where camping meets glamour, glamping holidays in the UK are a great way to experience the country with all the family. There are hundreds of glamping destinations in England with amazing amenities suitable for adults, children and pets. So if you want to swim in the sea or walk through the woods, there’s something for you!

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Glamping in Cornwall

Why you should go glamping in Cornwall

Cornwall is recognised for its picturesque views, laid-back lifestyle and quaint seaside towns. This Southwest gem offers fun for all the family. From award-winning eateries and historic attractions to surfing, diving, kayaking and paddleboarding at Britain’s most renowned beaches, Cornwall offers an array of activities.

Things to do in Cornwall

Fistral Beach

Maybe the top surf destination in the UK, Fistral Beach is in Newquay and hosts many surfing events throughout the year. It is home to The International Surfing Centre and many restaurants, retail stores and surf shops.

Fistral beach is dog friendly all year round so your furry friends don’t have to miss out on the views.

St Michael’s Mount

Discover some Cornish history by exploring St Michael’s Mount in Mount’s Bay. Travel to and from St Michael’s Mount by boat or choose to walk along the ancient cobble roads to reach the summit. But be warned, it’s an uphill climb!

Cornwall Wildlife Trust

From butterflies to dolphins, Cornwall is home to some beautiful creatures and wildlife. The Cornwall Wildlife Trust is a charity that works to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and natural environment. Visit a nature reserve for a chance to see nesting birds, seals, frogs, deer and many more.

Glamping in Norfolk

Why you should go glamping in Norfolk

Norfolk is a magnet for those wanting to explore the natural wonders of the world. Make memories as a family in this picturesque coastline county. Visit parks, gardens and beaches or hire a boat to explore the Norfolk Broads. You’re sure to find something you’ll love in Norfolk.

Things to do in Norfolk

Norfolk Broads

The Norfolk Broads consists of over 125 miles of navigable rivers and lakes in Norfolk. Along the way, you can take in beautiful countryside, market towns and stunning wildlife.

Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth is a joyful seaside town in Norfolk and is often recognised for its long sandy beach. Stop by the Time and Tide Museum to learn the local history before an afternoon of fun at The Pleasure Beach amusement park.

BeWILDerwood Norfolk

Let the kids let off some steam at BeWILDerwood. This award-winning family adventure park features treehouses, zip wires, jungle bridges plus marsh walks and storytelling.

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Glamping in Devon

Why you should go glamping in Devon

Devon is known for its agriculture, coastlines and famous food. Devon has a history dating back to the Stone Age and they’ve been eating Devonshire cream teas since the 11th century! For a week or weekend, of rich culture, cuisine and life-long family memories- choose to visit Devon.

Things to do in Devon

Eat a cream tea

The people of Devon invented the Devonshire cream tea over 1000 years ago and it’s still going strong. A visit to Devon is the perfect time to try the British delicacy in its home county. Cream tea is widely available in cafes and restaurants across Devon.

South Devon Railway

One of Devon’s most loved attractions, the South Devon Railway is a seven-mile railway line that visitors can ride along. Take a seat in a restored vintage carriage and ride through the Devon scenery.

The Donkey Sanctuary

The Donkey Sanctuary is an organisation that works to protect donkeys. Visitors can expect to see the donkeys and learn about their care, history, living environment and diet.

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Glamping in Dorset

Why you should go glamping in Dorset

Miles of sandy beaches and breath-taking views make Dorset the perfect family holiday destination. It has everything from the lively city of Bournemouth to the colourful seaside town of Weymouth, so matter what your preferred pace, Dorset has something for you.

Things to do in Dorset

Durdle Door

Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch and arguably the most famous arch in the world. This postcard attraction was formed around 10,000 years ago when the sea began to break down the Portland limestone.

Lulworth Castle

Lulworth Castle isn’t only one of the biggest and best castles in the UK it also features woodland walks, a children’s playground, space to walk the dog or have a picnic and often hosts an outdoor cinema.

Monkey World

An ape rescue centre where you can see and learn about the rescued primates being cared for at the sanctuary. Run wild around the Great Ape play area before settling down to enjoy a picnic on the grass or grab some refreshments from the kiosks.

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Glamping in Kent

Why you should go glamping in Kent

Home to the white cliffs of Dover and over 50 beaches, Kent attracts visitors every year looking to paddle in the sea, visit their iconic cathedrals and submerge in art and culture. Whether you’re a history and heritage enthusiast or looking to get active outdoors, Kent is ready and waiting to be discovered.

Things to do in Kent

Dover Sea Safari

A unique experience for all the family, Dover Sea Safari is a family-run business delivering water-based coastal activities. See some seals and get up close to the white cliffs as a passenger in a speed boat that can carry up to 12 adults.

Rock pooling

Rock pooling is a fun activity that people of all ages can enjoy. Take advantage of Kent’s rocky shoreline and see what creatures you can identify. Remember to return any organisms safely back to the rock pool once you have recorded your findings.

Canterbury Cathedral

One of England’s oldest and most famous structures, Canterbury Cathedral is over one thousand years old. It is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury and stands 71 feet tall.

Glamping in Northumberland

Why you should go glamping in Northumberland

Northumberland is home to many notable landmarks including Alnwick Castle, Bamburgh Castle and Hadrian’s Wall. Bursting with history, endless attractions and grand architecture, Northumberland is well worth exploring.

Things to do in Northumberland

Alnwick Castle

You may recognise Alnwick Castle from Harry Potter, Downtown Abbey and even the movie Transformers. This iconic castle has featured in some blockbuster films and has a wealth of history of its own.

Hadrian’s Wall

Built by the Roman army, Hadrian’s wall acted as a Roman frontier. It is estimated to have taken at least six years to build and runs 73 miles through Northern England.

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh Castle is an Anglo-Saxon structure that has stood for over 1,400 years. Learn to train your dragon, sign-up to the school of warriors and take a selfie with Marley the miniature pony. There’s something for everyone at this historical castle.

Glamping on the Isle of Wight

Why you should go glamping on the Isle of Wight

An island off the south coast that can be accessed by ferry or hovercraft. An amazing holiday destination any time of year, the Isle of Wight boasts a wealth of activities, attractions and A-star food establishments.

Things to do in the Isle of Wight

The Needles

The Needles are three chalk sea stacks that create a picturesque view of the Isle of Wight. Take a boat trip, enjoy adventure gold, fairground rides and a scenic cable car ride all at Isle of Wight’s number one landmark attraction.

Walk along coastal paths

The Isle of Wight coastal footpaths offer unique panoramic views of the entire island. You can choose to split the route across a few days or explore in one fun-filled day.

Steve’s Beach

A family friendly beach with sunbeds, deckchairs and beach huts available to hire, Steve’s beach in Sandown is a beautiful spot with excellent nearby amenities.


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