6 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Glamping Holiday

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With the cost of holidaying abroad getting more expensive (depending on where you’re planning on travelling to) and the cost of living crisis affecting the majority of us, UK staycations have become more popular. So in this post, I will be sharing 6 reasons why you should consider booking a Glamping Holiday in the UK. 

It’s suitable for everyone 

Whether you’re looking for a detox holiday for one, a romantic getaway in the countryside, a get-together holiday with friends or a family holiday with the kids, there is a glamping site for everyone. 

You have your home comforts away from home 

With glamping, you don’t have to worry about pumping up an airbed or feeling cold in the middle of the night as glamping tents tend to have most of your home comforts inside or nearby. These include a comfortable bed, a kettle, heating, electricity, running water, on-site private bathrooms and more. Obviously, each glamping site will differ from one another so double check what is provided before booking your stay. 

It’s a unique experience 

Glamping is definitely a unique experience because how often do you get to stay in a bell tent or yurt? I remember when I was younger and I used to go camping with family and friends, I always found camping really fun, I enjoyed being in the countryside as well, so I’m guessing that glamping would feel even more special. 

Becoming one with nature

Talking about being in the countryside, it’s nice to become one with nature and absorb the beauty and calmness of it all. For instance, waking up and hearing the sound of birds tweeting away and cows mooing in the fields close by is lovely to hear, especially if you’re not used to being in the countryside. So if you’re looking for a peaceful little getaway surrounded by nature then glamping would definitely suit you. 

Free or low-cost entertainment 

Local activities tend to be either free or low-cost when on a camping or glamping holiday. These can include walking/hiking, visiting the local beaches, using any on-site amenities (i.e. a park, a swimming pool), visiting a local petting zoo or checking out the local museum or art gallery. 

A good way to disconnect and go off-grid

Some glamping sites purposely don’t have electricity and/or Wi-Fi so the people staying there can truly disconnect and go off the grid for however long they want. If this is the kind of break you’re looking for then don’t forget to pack some books, board games, a journal and maybe a handheld game console such as a Nintendo Switch to keep you occupied when you’re inside your tent. 

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