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.
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.
Almost everyone would agree that no one enjoys getting older unless you are waiting to turn eighteen or twenty-one. But as you get older, it can be hard to find the time to celebrate a milestone birthday due to everyone being busy.
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.
Have you ever wondered where the wonderful idea for a house in a tree came from? The history of these magical abodes spans far back, through many years of being ‘on-trend’ and developing from a simple platform into the extravagant and mind-blowing abodes we see all over the world today! Whether you love a simple treehouse as a children’s playhouse or a grand structure as an alternative place to stay on your next holiday, you’ll be interested to read about the origins of treehouses!
Have you ever dreamed of living in a treehouse? Well, your childhood dreams could come true with one of the latest trends that have taken the world by storm. Although once only thought of as childish DIY hideouts, living in a treehouse is much more achievable than you may have ever thought, offering an eco-friendly, fun abode for you and your family. Our guide is here to give you an insight into what life living in a treehouse could be like!
It is easy to get swept away in the busyness of everyday life and forget to have a little time for yourself, but it is important to plan in some quality time for you and your loved one to spend together on a regular basis. If you’re looking for something a little more alternative than a traditional hotel but with just as much luxury, then take a look at a few of our favourite glamping abodes that are simply perfect for an alternative romantic weekend away. The best part is that as they are all set within a beautifully natural setting, with plenty to see and do, as well as offering cosy facilities, so that you can kick back and enjoy a short break for two!
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Humans have always felt comfortable around trees, the relationship begins when we are children, clambering in and out of them in our gardens and on walks. It is well known that people who live around trees and take the time to walk in nature are much healthier, physically and mentally. People have been building tree houses for hundreds of years, with them getting more and more creative in their designs and achievements. The treehouse is not only used for children to play in, popping up all over the world are tree top restaurants, treehouse potting sheds and even treehouse toilets.
Regardless of the time of year or the occasion, there’s always time for romance. With summer just around the corner – yes, the sun is on it’s way – it’s the perfect moment to get planning a romantic staycation to whisk your partner away to enjoy some treasured memories:
With statistics showing that glamping is a trend that is going nowhere, why not create your very own glamping adventure with a treehouse in your backyard? If you have a large area of land near your home, or you’d like to diversify your land, you might want to consider building a treehouse to allow guests a magical adventure. Here at Quality Unearthed we can help you every step of the way, from the initial building stages of your glamping abode, right up to marketing it and getting people booking! If building a treehouse on your spare land sounds like your cup of tea, continue reading to see how!