The mature circles of festival-goers are being cited as the reason that glamping popularity is becoming heightened here in the UK, with internet search data highlighting that more people are Googling the term than ever before, at any time or point in history!
When you combine the beauty and magnificence of a treehouse with the historic county of Sussex then you know your glamping experience is set to be a memorable one. A luxury treehouse vacation provides a simply perfect chance for guests to indulge in a romantic break within the privacy and seclusion of their very own, uninterrupted, treehouse location.
In conjunction with National Camping and Caravanning Week (NCCW), the Camping and Caravanning Club are currently promoting the benefits of getting out and enjoying the outdoors by challenging families and schools to get the younger generations out of their bedrooms and into the great outdoors.
Today marks World Otter Day, a chance for Zoos, Aquariums, various organisations and you and I to not only enjoy this amazing animal, but also to raise awareness on a global scale to ensure we have them around for in the wild and at sanctuaries for years to come.
Have you been looking to find some family glamping with unique style? Well look no further! Maddle Brook safari tent’s beautiful location means it sits within 3,000 acres of the family owned Garnons Estate in Herefordshire, and being the gem that it is means that it is positively brimming with everything you could want from a glamping adventure.
In case you didn’t know, tomorrow marks the day that National Pick Strawberries Day is observed. The day is celebrated on the 20th May, annually. With the summer season on the horizon, this presents us with the perfect time to go strawberry picking while you’re on your treehouse holidays, for example!
Whenever there is a new sustainable invention that can benefit the environment too, we are keen to promote it and get the word out. So when we discovered the news of an innovative design that has the ability to save wildlife as well as increase recycling, we had to see what all the fuss was about.
We weren’t disappointed and you won’t be either…
A school in South Lakeland, Cumbria has once again been given an eco-award thanks to its hard work, dedication and commitment to sustainability and environmental work.
National Vegetarian Week 2016 is taking place all through this week and in case you didn’t know much about the event, it incorporates a celebration of stories and traditions behind the food we eat, as well as sharing recipes and other delicious vegetarian-inspired ideas.
So instead of going mainstream and simply sharing recipes, we thought we would give you a chance to live life on the veg and enjoy our top tips and advice for foraging. Why? Because it’s a great activity to get involved when you’re at one of our glamping UK abodes and it also gives you the chance to learn a new skill while taking in the amazing nature and wildlife-rich surroundings while doing so.
So here you go, get stuck these tips and see how you get on: