If you’re considering creating or redesigning a glamping abode, have you researched which features are essential in attracting visitors to stay? Apart from the appeal of staying in the great outdoors in luxury, there are certain elements that can seal the deal for prospective customers, and we have to stress that a wood burner is one of the top features.
In our modern day culture, we are busier than ever with work, education, extracurricular activities, hobbies, fitness and the all the rest of it! At times, it can be difficult to schedule in quality time with your other half or your family members. Statistics show that on average, we only spent 36 minutes of quality time with our loved ones each day, totalling to just three weeks over an entire year! It’s time to make a change and to make the little time you do spend together as special and high quality as possible, so here are our top tips to make the most of your time:
Summer can be over before you know it, and it can be frustrating for any family if you haven’t had the chance to go away for a break. Unfortunately, summer ends on the 22nd of September, and if you haven’t managed to get away this year, half-term will be right around the corner.
Britain hasn’t been too kind with the weather this year, and our summer hasn’t particularly been the one we had hoped for! As the days pass by, many of us are left wondering when we will experience the fantastic sunshine the summer season promises us.
Here at Quality Unearthed, we pride ourselves in the personal elements of our business that set us aside from the rest, from the initial viewing of each individual abode to helping the owners and customers to get the best experience possible. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about the people behind the business, our up-coming series of interviews will answer all your questions, starting off with Nia (otherwise known as the Glamping Princess)!
During the colder months, we can’t help but think of the long summer days and the warmer weather. However, as summer is now in full swing, there are plenty of reasons to love this time of year. It is the perfect time to head away on holiday and really make the most of the better weather, as well as the longer days
Summer is a wonderful season. The sun is shining, and the landscapes come to life with a wealth of wildlife. In the UK, we are lucky enough to have a diverse range of habitats that are suitable for a number of creatures. So, why not make the most of the sunny weather, if you are a nature-loving family, and head to somewhere like Somerset? Our guide to the area and events over the summer will help you plan a wild UK adventure!
You don’t have to travel far to experience an adventure holiday… believe us! There are plenty of epic journeys to be had right here in the UK, and with our glamping holidays, you can have the adventure of a lifetime. To highlight the adventurous side of the UK, we are listing some of the best spots to take the plunge and go diving in the deep blue. The UK waters are not as cold as may be thinking, with average temperatures somewhere between 15-20°C in summer, depending on location. Whilst there is plenty to see with shipwrecks and busy habitats to witness. So, what are you waiting for? Dive into our feature now…
With the summer holidays now in full swing, parents are searching for some fun, family friendly activities to keep the kids entertained with. Festivals are a perfect option for this, offering a kind of ‘mini-break’ in a vibrant environment which caters to the needs of the younger ones, but also provides an array of enjoyment for the adults too! If you’re seeking out the best family friendly festivals this summer, we’ve compiled a list of a few of our favourites (many of which has fantastic glamping UK experiences that you will simply love)! Go on, book yourself a festival this summer and give the kids an experience they’ll never forget!
Star Court is the group glamping hidden gem in Pembrokeshire that you’ve always wanted to experience; even if you didn’t know it yet!
A quintessentially beautiful yurt glamping, Wales location that gives visitors the added appeal of access to a stunning corner of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – one of the renowned and well-regarded spaces in the world!