Like this beautiful sunshine makes you contemplating an outdoor summer vacation this year? We, too. Luckily, these days, weekends are spent reconnecting with nature no longer mean wet tents and soggy campfires – just in case the weather turns bad as long as you’re new to the activity. Great outdoor activities. Quite the opposite, in fact, today’s best frosting sites all have their own hot tubs, pizza ovens, oh, and conditioners. Allow us to present you with the 10 best in the UK.
Yurtshire, North Yorkshire
Perched on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, Yurtshire’s shiny new planting site surrounded by woodland near Lake Eavesstone is the perfect place for couples to hide. Each of the seven Scandi-chic lodges is nestled among the trees for complete privacy and features a large elevated deck area from which you can enjoy stunning views of the city. its own wood-burning hot tub. There is also a pressurized shower, flush toilet and a large open-air outdoor seating area, complete with a fireplace.
From £200 a night (minimum two nights stay); yurtshire.co.uk
Yan, Lake District
Like the sound of “glamping cuisine”? Yan, a boutique hotel at the foot of Central Fells in the Lake District, has added ice pods to its old 17th-century farmhouse just outside the pretty village of Grasmere. Each room has its own kitchen and living area with wood-burning stove, floor heating and Bluetooth music system. Once you’ve hiked to Helvellyn or Helm Crag (or both), you’ll be delivered one of its famous hearty home-cooked meals straight to your door. Think shepherd’s pie, her plate of fried steak and her broth with horseradish dumplings to fuel up for another long day of chatter.
From £420 for two people for four nights; theman.co.uk
The Nest, Lincolnshire
The Nest is an African-inspired glacier retreat in the heart of rural Lincolnshire with safari lodges that can accommodate up to 6 people, complete with a king-size master bedroom, king-size cabin bed and twin rooms, all made of fine linen. from the White Company. There’s a fully equipped kitchen and flush loo, not to mention the pièce de résistance, a large freestanding tub overlooking the lake, best enjoyed with a glass of vino. Enjoy the nearby wild swimming, great local pubs, and plenty of local trails and gardens to explore, while if the weather is bad you could be stuck in a selection of boardgames full of.
From £750 for up to six guests over four nights; thenestglamping.co.uk
Starry Meadow, Wales
Like a side of festival vibes with your glamping? Of course you have. Head to Starry Meadow at Raquety Ranch, a family-friendly festival-inspired windsurfing spot located in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. Expect chic, covered bell tents that can accommodate up to 4 people (with extra room for 2 kids) for hot baths, as well as stalls serving delicious street food, Local craft beer bars, cinemas and a packed schedule of activities, including archery, horseback riding and horseback riding workshops.
From £595 for a three-night weekend and £645 for a four-night mid-week break for a family of four; starrymeadow.co.uk
Home Farm, Hertfordshire
Craving the quiet countryside but CBA with heavy traffic on a Friday night? Home Farm Glamping is just 13 kilometers from central London or a short drive from Elstree & Borehamwood station, where regular trains to St Pancras take just 22 minutes. Set on 150 acres of private woodland, fields and lakes, it offers a great dose of holistic wellness. At SouLand Yurt there are daily yoga and facials as well as massages in the beauty tent, as well as a list of events planned for this summer, from dance classes to fundraisers for Ukraine to the textile mills. Featuring indoor hot showers, rinse aid, and hairdryer sockets, all on-site, this istown rat campsite. You can even order a delicious dinner for the night of your arrival to be delivered directly to your campfire to help ease your mind.
From £125 a night for a sleeping bell tent to four or £175 a night for a yurt for five people; homefarmglamping.com
White House, Herefordshire
Nestled in apple orchards in Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty in Herefordshire, White House Glamping is a waterfront retreat with six pubs, pizza oven rentals, a private pebble beach and Jetty for endless swimming, boating, fishing and windsurfing. Resident ecologist Bryn offers guided wildflower tours, while pups receive doggie cans filled with tasty treats and cheerful birds of prey can enjoy the feast grill both in their own outdoor dining area or down by the river.
From £139 per night for a tipi that can sleep up to five; whitehouseonwye.co.uk
Penhein Glamping, South Wales
Give yourself a well-earned digital detox at family-run Penhein Glamping – the surrounding wild Monmouthshire countryside will make up for the lack of TV or wi-fi. The accommodation is completely off-grid, although guests can enter the “cheat kitchen” right now. Set on a 450-acre farm, with wildflower meadows, an adventure playground, a stream to cool off, and adjacent to Wentwood Forest for peaceful days spent in the woods to wander, wild out and build caves. Tired heads can recline in the comfy beds of Yurts in Persia, while grown-ups can socialize and eat by the fireplace.
From £345 for a family of five; penhein.co.uk
Woolley Grange, Bradford-on-Avon
Like an added aid of creature comfort while connected to the outdoors? Then Woolley Grange, in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, is the place for you. Guests love access to the hotel’s spa facilities, including heated indoor and outdoor pools, and can enjoy treatments with products from the British wellbeing brand. Bramley. There is also babysitting on site and a pizzeria, which will serve campers a daily continental breakfast.
From £445 bed & breakfast (minimum stay two nights); luxuryfamilyhotels.co.uk
Raynham Estate, Norfolk
Heading to the land of the big sky this summer? Look no further than Raynham Estate in Norfolk, which now offers stylish accommodation in the midst of a 5-acre wildflower meadow. Each of the eight spacious tents includes a solid oak super bed (with extra bed), wood-burning stove, barbecue facilities, fireplace, private toilet and shower, and is powered with electricity to Creates a cozy glow in the space. Guests can order in-house-raised Aberdeen Angus beef for a BBQ and a locally made burger stocked with all the essentials, including wine and craft beer. labour.
From £420 for three nights for two; raynham.co.uk
House of Alexander, Scotland
After something completely separate? Take a trip to Alexander House in Scotland, whose three luxury cruise lines sit in the Perthshire hills and offer breathtaking views of Gleneagles and Ben Vorlich. Each room boasts its own wood-burning hot tub, which guests can enjoy while gazing at the starry night sky, and a private bathroom complete with a romantic roll-up tub.
From £175 a night (minimum stay two nights); alexanderhousescotland.com