If you ever needed to be convinced that camping and glamping UK breaks were a fantastic and popular option for anyone looking for some time away, then surely the recent news that a record four in 10 Britons confirming they enjoyed a minimum of one night out in the elements in 2016, proves it?
It’s a tale as old as time itself that being outdoors is good for the health, with the fresh air letting your endorphins run free, it is difficult not to be happy on an adventure outdoors in the wonderful world we live in. One of the best ways to experience the great outdoors is on a glamping holiday; take your pick of a Mongolian yurt, safari tent or even one of our treehouses! No matter what your preference, there is a glamping holiday out there for everyone! If you are thinking of embarking on a glamping adventure this summer, take a look at these 13 different ways that it could benefit your health and well-being:
Glamping is a trend that at first, many thought was to be a short lived fad, but it turns out that this is a trend that is here to stay. With more and more quirky and unusual abodes popping up every week and opening up the creative minds of those behind it, glamping is gaining more and more popularity as the years go on. If you have ever dreamed of creating your very own glamping abode, why not hop on board? We can help you from the planning stages to the running of it all to ensure that your dreams come true and your glamping adventure is a success! If you are stuck for ideas, here are some interesting and unusual ideas for glamping accommodation:
Parents often find that in the winter it is harder to find activities for the kids to partake in that gets them outdoors, with fears of winter colds and dangerous slides making the outdoors seem like a scary place. However, research has revealed that there isn’t anything better that you could do for your kids in the winter period than getting them outside to play! Here are just a few of the best benefits they could experience when playing outdoors in the winter whilst on your glamping holidays:
People unfamiliar or just generally curious about the humble yurt and its wealth of history and potential need search no longer as we can cure that curiosity right now with a information-packed article on yurts for you!
It’s that time of year again folks, the time to make significant changes to aspects of your life you’re not completely happy with for a healthier and happier self. That’s if you stick to them at least. One popular New Year’s resolution for 2017 is to be more eco-friendly in the upcoming year. A great way to kick start this goal is by swapping the yearly Benidorm trip for a stay in our beautiful eco cabins. Here are our top 8 green resolutions for you and your family to try out in 2017:
If you’re looking for a quirky and spontaneous way to spend your New Year’s Eve this year, why not welcome 2017 with a glamping trip of a life time in any of our fantastic accommodations in a range of sought after locations? Here are a few events that you could check out whilst staying in any of our authentic treehouses, yurts, luxury tents, eco cabins, wagons or narrow boats.
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:
Christmas is the time to eat, drink and be merry whilst spending time with your nearest and dearest. There’s only one thing that could put a dampener on the mood…a dud present. We suggest playing it safe, by booking you and your special someone a yurt holiday they’ll never forget! Check out these reasons why yurt holidays are a fantastic break away and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser this Christmas:
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?