Sleep in a treehouse or a hobbit home with

If you’re more into glamping than camping, then you might want to have a look at Their collection of 600+ glamping options in the UK and Ireland includes yurts, bell tents, safari tents, tipis and camping pods right through to shepherd’s huts and treehouses.

“Glamping is an accessible, affordable and enjoyable way to holiday,” says Leona Mills from “And we try to make it as easy as possible for people to find and book a break.”

As well as a range of really fascinating types of accommodation, the site lets you check  availability and narrow down the options by entering your destination, date, number of nights and number of glampers before pressing search. 

“Once you search, we show you all the available options with prices for comparison,” adds Leona. “The price is the total amount for the whole of the stay – not per night or per person!”

As an example, three nights glamping in Yorkshire can be as little as £40 and you can go glamping in Pembrokeshire overlooking the coast for less than £50 a night. Showers, toilet blocks, hot water and even microwaves are usually provided and some sites have added luxuries such as hot tub glamping, firepits and pizza ovens.

Have a look at this gallery for inspiration and see the full range at

Oak Yurt at Woodland Tipi and Yurts (Herefordshire)

Glamping Tents at The Slate Caverns (Gwynedd, Wales)

Couples Retreat at Ockeridge (Worcestershire)

Secluded Bell Tents at Nyth Robin (Gwynedd, Wales)

Hot tub pods at Peaks and Pods (Yorkshire)

Large group lodges at Sloeberry Farm (Cardigan Bay)

The Pod Hollow at West Stow Pods (Suffolk, East Anglia)

Sleep in the treetops at Craighead Howf (Perthshire)

Al-Fresco Bathing at Eco Retreats (Powys, Wales)

Zilda the Russian Truck at Rosevidney (Cornwall)

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