When people think of heading off for a glamping break, they often associate the style of holiday with the summer months. However, over recent years it has become more and more popular for staycationers to experience a luxury camping vacation in winter.
Whether you live in a yurt yourself or decide to let it out for yurt holidays, owning one of these glamping structures can be an incredibly rewarding experience. However, if you’re particularly handy with DIY and fancy taking on the challenge of building your own yurt, we have put together this guide to help your dream become a reality.
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.
Owning a glamping abode can be an extremely rewarding experience, and can also be a fantastic investment opportunity. However, when glamping first became popular, it was often thought that glamping was just another word for camping, but this is most certainly not the case! Glamping means glamorous camping, and tents have been swapped for yurts, cabins, huts, wagons and even eco pods!
Autumn has only just begun, so not many of us may not even want to think about winter yet. However, if you own a glamping abode, you may have already thought about how you are going to get it ready for the colder months. It is known that glamping isn’t as popular during the winter, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t have any bookings at all. In fact, glamping during the winter can be just as enjoyable, especially when the owner has really made an effort to accommodate the colder weather and took the time to organise their glamping abode for winter bookings.
There is nothing down to earth about Hengoed. Far from it. This glorious treehouse is the stuff of fairytales and vivid imagination. First glimpses of its charming wooden bridge, lofty spiral staircase and quirky timber abode will transport you back to childhood. Hengoed nestles in the canopy of an ancient oak woodland with a birdseye view of Snowdonia’s ‘chair of the giant’, Cader Idris, through the broadleaf boughs.
Whether you want to live in a gypsy wagon to save money, to escape the everyday stresses or just to try something new, we can tell you all there is to know about this particular adventure you want to embark upon. It doesn’t matter if you want one as a permanent abode, or more of a holiday home, our guide is sure to give you an understanding of what to expect. If you decide that this is for you, our guide will be able to help you make the preparations needed for your new lifestyle so that you can fully enjoy your unique home.