Christmas is a time full of long-standing traditions, whether they be indulging in festive feasts, decorating the tree or leaving some treats out for Father Christmas and his reindeer. However, with more than two billion people celebrating the holidays globally each year, there are certainly some interesting variations! Here’s a list of some weird and wonderful traditions that mark the occasion from all over the world, for you to discuss on your glamping holidays this winter!
In Great Britain, roughly four fifths of the UK population reside in cities and towns. The country life you will experience when you enjoy one of our glamping breaks and yurt holidays is renowned for being unrivalled, so if you are considering going on a trip to the country and you’re wondering why people harp on about why it is such a good idea, we can help you understand more.
Here are 7 reasons why a break away to the countryside is so appealing:
On the theme of romantic breaks and all things lovely, we thought we would bring to your attention our unmistakable and rather delightful Hope Gypsy Wagon. This is one of the abodes we offer for anyone wanting to go on a luxury camping break in the heart of the South West countryside.
When people wonder, what is glamping? You can point them in the direction of Explorer’s Carriage; a true adventurer’s delight in the calm tranquil surroundings of Dorset.
We have a new property to tell you all about! Come and discover how you can feel at home at the Honeysuckle Hut, in beautiful Norfolk!
Autumn is a beautiful and enchanted season full of warming and cosy-esque features such as the brown and red-coloured leaves, accompanied by fresh, crisp winds and perhaps the first drops of rain that sound so good when you’re undercover.
So now that the summer is here for the week we’re sure to see some beautiful sunny days for all to enjoy. So plan your glamping Wales trips, or somewhere equally as appealing when the summer sun is shining, and give our simple guide to making a fun and tasty watermelon keg a go, why don’t you?
With its vast collection of sensational landscapes, beautiful seascapes and beaches, World Heritage Sites, and of course the friendly local pubs, is it any wonder that Devon has been voted as the best place in the country to live, according to a survey by Country Life Magazine?
It has been stated that more people are heading towards a more regular acceptance of vegetarian options as a result of increased social media and environmental awareness, a restaurant chain boss believes.