Sometimes, at Quality Unearthed, members of our team have to travel out of our quaint little office in the heart of Wales to meet prospective clients or go to conferences, and when we have to leave our little slice of heaven, we do not go without our latest copy of Positive News.
Glamping has come a long way in the decade of its existence. Originally originating as a joke towards the high-income travellers wanting to camp but not willing to part with their luxuries, glamping developed into a serious holiday accommodation option, and firmly cemented itself within the camping industry in just a couple of years. This was down to a few factors, including income rises that allowed customers to spend a little extra on their staycations and the importance of unique locations and trips which glamping properties offer. In addition, the expanse of glamping can be credited, in part, to the development of social media and the encouragement of sharing unique travel experiences.
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.
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.
A groundbreaking project has just begun in China, where the first ever pollution fighting city is being built. This city is a revolutionary step that has been commissioned by Liuzhou Municipality Urban planning for the north of Liuzhou along the Liujiang River. With the hopes of a better future, this forest city could be the start of a worldwide design project if successful that could change the way we live.
With our need to have unique experiences that fit our values and budgets, glamping has become an appealing option for travellers. The UK has seen also seen an increase in Brits taking staycations over the last following years, with 4 out of 5 citizens stating they would take rather have an adventure back home according to reports by Go Outdoors. It is no surprise with the rising prices of holidays abroad!
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: