16 Wild Retreats In Britain You Must Stay At Before You Die
Get wild and cosy.
1. Loveland Farm, Devon
These stunning camping domes in north Devon combine the comforts of home with incredible natural views for a signature luxury camping adventure.
2. Warwick Castle, Warwick
Step back in time and glamp like a king in these medeival-themed tents at Warwick Castle. Bookings also include priority entrance to the castle and themed activities if you fancy it.
3. Wild Luxury, Norfolk
For a stripped down but still highly comfortable wild getaway, head to these luxurious bell tents and cabins in Norfolk.
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.
5. West Stow Pods, Suffolk
Cosy up in the woodlands of Stow in these small but comfy pods. Equipped with showers, electric, and an outfitted kitchen, you'll instantly feel at home in the wild.
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.
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.
8. Riddlesworth Park, Norfolk
This charming site in Norfolk opened its grounds for glamping just this month and is a definite winner for cosy and chic camping.
9. Glamphotel, Dorset
Escape is style with a stay at the glampin tents in Rowlands Wait Touring Park in Dorset. The lovely Glamphotel offers roomy and airy elevated bell tents with hardwood floors nestled among the woodlands.
10. Rushall Organics, Wiltshire
These picturesque riverside hits in Avebury are quaint but well-equipped, offering the comforts of home but in a much more charming atmosphere.
11. Crafty Camping, Dorset
The Crafty Camping glamping yurts look suspiciously like the inside of the Gryffindor common room, so you should probably move into one permanently. With a warm and snug ambiance, the yurts are the perfect retreat from the outdoors.
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.
13. Knight's Glamping, Kent
Knights Glamping offers a fairy tale holiday on the grounds of Leeds Castle. Facilities include roomy tents with luxurious four poster beds, a wood-burning stove, and lovely countryside views.
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.
15. A Little Bit Rough, Rutland
Glamp in serious style at A Little Bit Rough's stunning lodge tents. Built in to the hillside for spectacular views, the spacious lodges are the perfect blend of luxury and nature.
16. Storm Pods, Isle of Islay
These modern glamping pods are tucked along the hills and beaches of Islay and although small, offerall the home amenities, from power outlets to showers.