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16 Wild Retreats In Britain You Must Stay At Before You Die

Get wild and cosy.

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4. Buttercombe Gridshells, Oxfordshire

Soak in the countryside without sacrificing your comfort with a stay at these unique gridshells in the Cotswolds. The lightweight and environmentally friendly pods will give you the best of modern comforts while immersing you in the wild farmland.

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6. Loch Tay, Scotland

Fantastic views and modern comfort are at peak balance in these glamping domes on Loch Tay. The clean design of the domes draws complete focus to the stunning loch view, while hardwood floors and cosy furniture make it easy to sit and look out on the highlands for hours.

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7. The Hideaway at Baxby Manor, York

Positively adorable bell tents and eco pods dominate the ground of Baxby manor. The cosy, open air tents will keep you cool and close to nature while offering a glam interior, and the pods offer a bit more privacy and protection from the elements.

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12. The Farm Camp, Bath

You can't get more of an open plan kitchen than the lovely outdoor cooking units attached to the Farm Camp's comfy bell tents. Just a half mile down the road from the tents is the Church Farm, where guests can enjoy a swimming pool, game room, and laundry facilities.

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14. Lantern and Larks, Lancashire, Rutland, and Suffolk

Lantern and Larks takes glamping to the extreme, offering cabins and tents that are practically full houses, but still nestled in woods and meadows to offer a natural escape with all the comforts of home.

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