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There aren’t many experiences quite as magical as glamping in the UK. These luxury camping rentals fuse the gap between spectacular nature and keeping cozy, without waving goodbye to comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms or powerful mini-heaters. Whether you’re camping in the heights of Scotland or the depths of Wales, the coasts of Cornwall or the Kent coastline, these luxury camping rentals in the UK will make you look at camping vacations in a whole new light. Read on for some of our favorite glamping Airbnbs.
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The stunning setting of this luxury campsite will whisk away any previous notions that camping vacations have to be boring and cold. This beautiful glamping spot is set in its own private grounds with its own lake in the center, with space for personal tents all around. A brilliant spot for couples, this tent – if you can really call it a tent – comes with exclusive use of all facilities, surrounded by an abundance of wildlife in the peace of the Yorkshire countryside. Each tent features one bedroom and space for up to two people, promising a date night with a difference. Each cozy tent also comes with all of the essentials: a double bed with plenty of blankets, a personal bathroom and shower attached and a heater to ensure you’re always toasty. The best part? Each tent has its own personal hot tub, too. Set in 30 acres of private woodland, your only neighbors will be the white peacocks and exotic ducks nearby.
You’ll forget you’re camping in England once you’ve set up camp inside this heated Tipi. While it might be a camping spot, it comes with everything you’d expect from a classy hotel getaway: stunning views, concierge service, food delivery and wine options to go with the on-site kitchen and private bathroom facilities. This one bedroom tent is designed for two people, with a heated outdoor shower and cedarwood fired hot tub. Nearby, you’ll discover a kitchen with two burner cooktop and fridge, an undercover dining area and private bathroom facilities. There’s a BBQ for outdoor dining as well as matching outdoor seating and a hammock. To complete your secluded space, there’s even a selection of board games for those warm summer evenings. With plenty of wood supplied for the hot tub or toasting in front of the fire pit, you’ve everything you need here for a quiet, relaxing stay in the countryside.
You might not usually associate the UK with safari breaks but that’s exactly what you’ll find at this beautiful glamping spot. These larger tents are designed for groups, with space for up to eight guests across four bedrooms with eight beds in total. Each safari tent comes crafted from timber for a truly authentic experience. This might be semi-outdoor living but the tent comes with everything you need for an effortless stay, like power, lighting, hot water, a fitted bathroom and shower as well as a well equipped kitchen with a cooktop, sink, fridge freezer, microwave and kettle. The fun continues outside of the tent, too: there are lakeside gardens which are absolutely stunning and guests are also welcome to swim in the lake.
Oak at Broadwash takes things back to basics when it comes to glamping, but still in a way that you’ll marvel at as soon as you’ve arrived. Each of these tents has space for up to three guests, making them ideal for small groups of friends to visit or couples looking for a little extra space. It’s an adults-only campsite, which means the only sounds you’ll be woken up by in the morning are those of the birds and surrounding nature. Each bell tent is beautifully appointed with luxury furnishings, cotton bed linens and a wood burning stove to ensure you’re always feeling warm and cozy. Lighting and power come in the form of bedside lights with USB ports for phone charging. Each tent also has its own private kitchen with a small bar, as well as a ensuite bathroom and, most importantly, a wood-fired hot tub.
This safari tent is one with a difference: a glamping spot set on a campsite with panoramic glass walls and three bedrooms with space for up to six guests. This off-the-grid experience promises a chance to relax, rest and enjoy the tranquility of the Somerset countryside, in a location that’s just as ideal for couples as it is for families with children. There’s a sizable kitchen with a wonderful wood burning stove, which is perfect for cooking and keeping you warm on colder days. When you’ve finished preparing your meal, you can sit back and enjoy it in the communal area, where you’ll find games for all ages. At the back of the tent there’s a hot shower and separate toilet as well as oil lamps and candles for light. While this tent might not have electricity, the owners can provide battery powered phone charging packs. But, with views this incredible all around, it’s unlikely you’ll want to spend much time online.
This forest cabin takes things back to the good old days, with a setting that looks like something out of a fairytale and a quaint design that seems almost storybook-esque. This glamping site is one designed for couples, with one bedroom and room for two guests. It’s set within the forest of Culdees Castle and promises a truly unique space with complete privacy. Sure, it’s pretty remote, but it’s also a seriously special romantic getaway. Come here and sip champagne in the hot tub, taking in the peaceful surroundings that the Scottish Highlands provides. Inspiring, homely and authentic, this glamping experience has complete privacy within the entire cabin and surrounding forest space, as well as access to the private gardens and lawn areas. Nearby, you’ll find a golf course, an award-winning restaurant, a local pub and various takeout places.
Llechwedd Glamping offers a range of safari tents, but one look at this place and you’ll realize it’s far more than just a simple tent. For a start, the walls are made from wood and glass, with picturesque views overlooking the Welsh countryside and nature in every direction. Each glamping lodge comes well equipped with all the essentials, like space for up to five guests and a fully stocked bathroom. There’s a log fire to keep you toasty at all times, as well as endless warm-toned blankets dotted around for optimum coziness. A kitchen inside the tent comes with everything you need for bottomless hot drinks and delicious meals, which are best enjoyed sitting on the terrace outside overlooking Snowdonia National Park. It’s glamping for the adventurous, or anyone who enjoys waking up to the simple sounds of nature.
This popular glamping site calls its tents Shepherds’ Huts, which are individually hand-crafted buildings with underfloor heating, a wood burner, a spacious kitchen and a wood fired hot tub. Each one comes ever so slightly uniquely designed, with room for four guests across three beds and plenty of luxury facilities for all to enjoy. Tucked away within eight acres of woodland within a beautiful corner of East Devon, this is a glamping site for those who wish to switch off among some of the best views in the whole of England. This family-friendly campsite is best suited to those with young children, as two of the beds are in bunk bed form. When you’re not gazing outside at the woodland all around, there’s a BBQ area and fire pit for cozy evenings spent chatting away with your family.
Hampsley Hollow is just as cute as its name suggests: a campsite where the sun always seems to shine and the people there are perpetually cheerful. This boutique campsite has space for up to 12 guests, making it a great getaway location for groups of friends who want a glamping experience together. Each luxurious canvas tent comes complete with beds, duvets, pillows, cushions, blankets, plus the campsite’s own finishing touches. Just outside the tents, you’ll find a covered coal BBQ, a fire pit and picnic benches, for sunny afternoons sat around chatting. Elsewhere on the campsite, there are more cooking facilities, like a fridge, freezer, kettle, toaster, microwave, utensils and crockery and cutlery for up to 20 people. While this place is designed to be booked out in its entirety, you will be sharing with a few extra guests: the chickens, cows and dogs that live there, too.
Camp Quaives is set in one of the most beautiful parts of England: a large, private patch of land with a lake nearby and plenty of fields and trees to explore. Here, you’ll stumble across 20 hardy canvas bell tents pitched in the secluded fields at the eastern edge of the 19 acre Quaives estate. With up to 60 beds in total, you’re free to book as many or as few as you like. This is a place just as equipped for romantic breaks as it is for larger groups or families to enjoy. Each tent has a simple yet stylish design, as well as power so you can charge your phone and all other necessities while you’re there. There’s easy access to a toilet and shower nearby, which is stocked with zero-waste products. Tennis courts are the final cherry on top when it comes to entertainment here.
This secluded tent is a breathtakingly gorgeous spot that acts as a perfect backdrop for you and your other half. Three bedrooms offer room for up to four guests, with surrounding views of the glamping site and all the amenities needed for a wonderful adventure. The tent is tucked away in a long stretch of Kent countryside, surrounded with rolling fields and honey-toned buildings. As well as the tent itself, there are private toilets and showers, fresh linen and towels, superfast broadband and full heating. The glamping site also boasts more of those properly luxurious facilities, like an on-site chef, who can provide a full gourmet food and drink menu. It’s perfect for families, friends and couples or anyone who’s seeking a base to explore the local area by bike, hike or car.
Six Berth Bell Tent is a glamping site designed for groups of friends looking to spend a lot of time in nature, together. While this tent might only have one room, it’s large enough for up to six guests to sleep in with five beds throughout. This spacious glampsite is designed for those who really want to make good use of surrounding nature, thanks to the 66 acres of open space, gardens and woodlands in every direction just outside of the tent. But the fun here isn’t restricted to just the tent: staying here also comes with easy access to the onsite adventure park and the spa, if you’re feeling particularly fancy. It’s the perfect outdoor escape with beautiful panoramic views across the River Severn to Wales and the rolling hills beyond. Wi-Fi, an indoor fireplace and lake access add the final touches on this brilliant stay.