Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love autumn? It’s an especially wonderful time of the year; yes the weather gets cooler, but this can be enjoyed by all with being able to wrap in lots of layers, and if you love seeing the night’s sky, then you have more chance as the nights become longer. There’s also the nature around the UK that offers one last hurrah of superb colour and activity prior to winding down until the spring sun returns again.

autumn grass outside a Quality Unearthed Yurt

As if you need any further convincing, here are reasons why we all love autumn:

 

Misty mornings

A definite upside of the cooling temperatures, higher levels of moisture in the air, accompanied by longer nights is the sight of those mystical misty autumnal mornings. There are some stunning locations, parks, open spaces, and country lanes near our glamping UK accommodation, simply waiting to be discovered and enjoyed by you.

autumn grass outside a Quality Unearthed Yurt

Nature’s gifts

Autumn is jam-packed with an array of warming colours, and happenings, not to mention the plentiful collection of fruits, nuts and seeds all over the place. When you are in the countryside, you can be your own David Attenborough as you’ll no doubt see the assortment of nature’s bounty, gleefully harvested by various species as they look to stock up before they hibernate or migrate, which is a sight to behold in itself!

 

Wonders surround us

 

Yep, it’s true, and when you are glamping you’re away from all the hustle and bustle, as well as technology that distracts us so often. By removing these distractions, you can take a look around, enjoying the meadows, gardens, and wildlife that is all around. Keep an eye out for that picturesque image of a spiders’ web delicately outlined with drops of dew- simply delightful!

 

Avian assortments are back!

 

Just when so many species escape the cooler conditions, heading for warmer climates, the avian revolving door sees a flurry of geese, thrushes such as fieldfares and redwings, swans, all sorts of duck species, as well as water and wading species which can be seen in fields and local estuaries as they settle into the autumnal times.

autumn grass outside a Quality Unearthed Yurt

A spectrum of change in colour

 

I challenge you to find someone who doesn’t find the wonder in those display of reds, golden-yellows and browns that occupies our British woodland areas at this time of year! This pallet of cosy colour is purely magical and is always proclaimed as a main highlight of the autumnal season. So when the sun comes up, head on out, and enjoy the sound of the leaves crunches under foot and feel the warmth the sight that the seasons in change bring!

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