Autumn is perhaps not the season most associated with glamping, with summer usually being our busiest time. Perhaps this is because not many visitors to our website do not realise that we still have a fine selection of properties available during this beautiful season or maybe many do not realise how rewarding a glamping holiday at this time of the year can be. However, throughout this month, we have made it our mission to provide some great content to show you why autumnal glamping retreats are ideal for all types of holiday groups and some resources to help you plan your autumn break such as 5 reasons why we all love glamping in autumn, October half-term in Gower and 12 months of glamping: a month by month guide.
Forgot about the 12 days of Christmas, it’s all about the 12 months of glamping here at Quality Unearthed. Each month, there are exciting events and picturesque views to be enjoyed across the breadth of Britain, and with our helpful guide, you will know exactly which glamping UK abode you should be booking.
There are many benefits to living in the city. One is the vibrant atmosphere that epitomises city life, the constant buzz of events is perfect for those social butterflies out there. City life provides great opportunities for work, and you can guarantee that no one day is the same as the next.
As great as city life can be, it sure can be draining! Plus, the air pollution is something that is really noticeable once you leave the city and make your way to the countryside. And not to dampen readers thoughts of city life, there are limited areas of green space where wildlife plays and true peace and quiet can be appreciated! It is, therefore, no surprise that many urban-dwellers are seeking rural retreats for some well-needed R+R. If this sounds like you, our helpful guide will highlight the type of rural retreats Quality Unearthed have to offer, their benefits and the type of traveller and group they suit.
It can be hard watching summer come to an end, but at the same time, one of the most beautiful seasons arrives. The weather turns crisp and the days get darker, but the colours of autumn make us feel warm. Autumn is a magical season, and instead of barbeques and relaxing on the beach, you can get nice and cosy by a fire, enjoy toasted marshmallows, carve pumpkins and go for a brisk walk in a magical and colourful setting.
These are only a handful of reasons why autumn is the best season, but in case you need convincing, we have put together a list of why we think this season just can’t be beaten.
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:
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.
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!
Lynher and Tamar are two very special shepherd huts in one of Cornwall’s most spectacular historic locations by the sea. Mount Edgcumbe Country Park comprises 865 acres of enchanting woods, flourishing fields a rugged coastline and a grand country house. Glamping Cornwall doesn’t get better than this.
Whilst it’s hard to determine the exact price of a family holiday abroad, particularly as it will differ depending on the length of stay, accommodation option and location, the average summer holiday is certainly going up in price, according to a multitude of studies. However, the Evolution Money website has concluded that an average family of four can spend around £4,792 on a two-week holiday abroad, not to mention the additional £227 per person, per week for spending! Quite astonishingly, in a report by Asda Money in 2016, it was highlighted that individuals earning £10,000 a year spent on average 10% of their salary for a single holiday. Subsequently, this report concluded that many would rather stay within the UK for their summer holidays to save money, reflected by the 31% of those who participated in the report who specified their plans for staycations.
The summer is the prime time to get out and enjoy the wonders of nature that surround us. With the sunny weather, and abundance of free time due to the school summer holidays, we’ve come up with some exciting ways that you can fuel your kids love for nature: