Glamping is a great way to bring together a large group of people.
Glamping is a great way to bring together a large group of people. A step above the traditional camping experience, glamping adds a hint of luxury to your outdoors adventure.
From hiring out the entire site, to staying in a safari tent, here are some of the glamping sites that your group could head to next.
Canopy & Stars
With properties located all across the country, and some within a three hour drive from London, Canopy & Stars is an ideal solution for those looking for a large glamping option. From safari tents in Devon, to bell tents in Somerset and warm yurts in the Dales, Canopy & Stars has a variety of group glamping options available up and down the country.
Lantern and Larks
With glamping sites in Suffolk, Rutland, Somerset and Lancashire, and the option to book the whole site (for groups of six plus), Lantern and Larks is a great choice for those wishing to have a bit of the British countryside to themselves. Each tent can accommodate six guests, and has three bedrooms as well as a living area and an outside deck, so you will be far from cramped and uncomfortable during your stay.
Feather Down boasts over 70 glamping locations across the country, and further afield in the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, France, Germany and Switzerland. Located on working farms, the sites offer panoramic views across the countryside and provide the chance to gain an insight into the world of farming. Gather your group together for an evening spent enjoying pizza around the wood fired bread oven, collect ingredients for your dinner from the onsite Farm Larder, or take part in a range of activities set up for you by the farmers.
Located just 25 minutes from York, Bedroam’s secluded glamping site provides the ideal place to kick back and relax in nature, without compromising on comfort.
Ideal for the more-active members among your group, the site has a grass clearing for outdoor activities such as rounders or cricket, plus the option to book woodland bush craft, clay pigeon shooting and archery activities. For the days when the weather is less than desirable, or for the evenings when you’re all back together, there is a large undercover communal area.
If it is an escape from city life that you’re after, then a stay in the 200 acres of woodland that surrounds Jollydays Glamping site should do the trick. Featuring huge vintage-style lodge tents, complete with four poster beds, log burners, kitchens, toilets and even roll top baths, Jollydays Glamping is relatively far removed from the typical camping experience, yet still offers a unique outdoors experience.
Stay in the luxury tents, listen to the wildlife around you, cosy up besides the campfire and if you’re feeling up for it, get your hands dirty during one of the many team-building adventure activities available to choose from.
Glamping at Sea
For a totally unique glamping experience, you could take to the sea on board Celebrity Cruises’ specially designed glamping ship, Celebrity Flora, for a night beneath to the stars. Guests will be able to head to the top deck glamping pod to enjoy an alfresco meal, an evening spent discovering the constellations with a naturalist, and a night in one of the on-deck cabanas.
Intended to bring guests closer to the Galapagos, the one-night adventure will also include campfire-inspired culinary delights, from cocktails to s’mores. In the morning, guests will be able to enjoy a full breakfast in bed as they watch the sunrise over the sea.