Whether you are considering living in a yurt for eco-reasons, to cut down costs or simply to try something new, our ‘how to live in a yurt’ blog will unveil all of the wonderful aspects that this lifestyle entails. It doesn’t matter whether this is simply going to be your summer retreat or your full-time home, you’ll certainly find it an interesting read. Our 10-step guide will help you to make an informed decision on whether living in a yurt is for you. If you decide that it is for you, our guide can help you to make the right preparations for your new lifestyle so that you get the full level of enjoyment from your new, unique home!
There are hidden gems located all across the UK, attractions that are found off the beaten track and often overlooked. The fact that they are not well known is often one of the biggest draws to these magical places, as their untouched beauty leaves them unspoilt. We’ve decided to share with you just a handful of our favourite hidden gems in the UK that you can explore whilst on your glamping holidays 2017:
Looking for an adventure this year? You don’t have to travel around the world to get one. Believe us. Wales has every outdoor activity you could possibly want, and many you may not have even realised were possible! There are even accommodation options that allow you to enjoy the great outdoors such as glamping; Wales is a magical country that every outdoor lover needs to explore and find out just why Wales is crowned the country of outdoor adventure!
Spring is the time of year when we start to see everything in nature ‘springing’ and bursting into a new lease of life! With the days warming up and the nights getting longer, you can enjoy the sound of the birds singing, and the butterflies floating by while you take in the beautiful fresh air.
The humble bumble bee is a very busy insect! To keep the bees buzzing we’ve put together ways we can look out for the hard workers that make tasty honey and do an incredible job of pollenating our plants.
If you are looking for breath-taking scenery and quiet coastal paths, then Pembrokeshire is the perfect place for your glamping holiday. It is tucked away from the bustle of any city or fast-paced town in the remote region of South West Wales. There are beaches, National Parks and a rich variety of wildlife, all waiting to be enjoyed on your next holiday!
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:
As the end of January approaches, the winter blues have well and truly arrived, and nothing seems more appealing than curling up inside on long and dark winter evenings. However, there are many reasons to resist the urge to hibernate and get out and about outdoors when it’s cold. We’ve looked at just three of the reasons you should head out on your glamping holidays this winter, for a unique and quirky break that will do you the world of good, as well as the ways you can combat the cold for maximum enjoyment.
With the end of 2016 fast approaching, the next few days are a time for reflection. Look back fondly over some treasured memories of the previous year as well as reflecting on the things you’ve learnt. The new year also provides the ideal opportunity to make any changes to your lifestyle or habits that will make for a healthy and happy 2017. Here is a list of some top New Year’s resolutions for you to pick and choose from:
Winter is a wonderful time to get outside and enjoy nature in such a beautiful season, so why not incorporate this with an attractive seasonal craft project that the whole family can get involved with and make an Xmas wreath from foraged materials?