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.
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!
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.
There is something truly personal, special and unique about having an outdoor wedding, with the beauty of nature offering the perfect setting for romance. However, planning an entire day al fresco leaves you with a lot to think about in the run up to the big event. So we’ve put together a definitive guide to help your planning run as smoothly as possible:
When heading off on holiday, we think that it is very important that the whole family can get involved, no matter how old or young, (or how many legs they have)! Which means that your four legged friends should certainly not be forgotten when planning a getaway. Avoid that sinking feeling that you get when you leave your pooch with a friend or relative and leave them for the week by bringing them with you on your glamping holiday! Here are just nine reasons why you and your dog will simply love coming along:
Following an exhilarating episode of Cabins in the Wild, we were lucky enough to be able to speak with Bryn Dafys, one of the talented men behind the Black Hat glamping abode that featured on the programme.