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.
Nestled beneath an ancient Dorset woodland of coppiced oak, Oak Apple Lodge is a spacious safari tent beautifully fitted out with every convenience for comfortable living. It even has electric heating, an electric wine cooler, a well equipped kitchen space and an en-suite flushing toilet. Luxurious glamping indeed!
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)!
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…
Summer is here, and we are seeing glorious sunny days, so now is the perfect time to plan a last-minute staycation break to make the most of the summer! For those of you that love the great outdoors and the coast (and who doesn’t?!), here are six of our favourite walks in the U.K:
The coastal scenes in the compelling tv crime drama series Broadchurch were filmed on fabulous West Bay, Bridport in Dorset.
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!
As we head into March, the flowers are beginning to blossom, the baby lambs are being born and we are starting to see some glimpses of better weather across the U.K. There is simply no better time to enjoy the spring than in Easter, when the children are off school on their Easter break, the weather is drier and spring is in full-swing!
That’s why we have compiled a list of some of the best spring events happening across the U.K to visit on your family Easter break. Whether you’re on a glamping UK break or staying in a log cabin, these are some of the best events happening across the Easter holidays:
Dorset is a beautiful county in the South West that makes up a part of the Jurassic coast. The historical stories and fantastic attractions mean that it is a perfect place to take a trip for education, beauty and excitement, no matter whether you’re going for a long weekend or a full week. There is so much to explore, from the fossil ridden beaches of Lyme Regis to the winding streets that take you to some hidden gems and the varied landscapes that the county offers. If you’re thinking of heading off glamping in Dorset, here are 10 facts that you might like to know:
The hive of natural beauty in Dorset, much of which can be found near our UK cabin holidays in the area, is something that is unrivalled, and a new exhibition that will pay homage to its greatness will offer the chance for more people to enjoy it, thanks to the local residents who have compiled the exhibit.