The lighter mornings and longer days of the new season always put a spring in our step (pun fully intended!) Our tents are great all year round but they really do take center stage in the springtime, especially in the Uk when they’re surrounded by daffodils and freshly cut grass - how very British! We’ve picked out some of our top favourite places to glamp this spring season…
Where to go camping in the UK this Easter
Staycations are set to be a hot trend again this spring with many searching for luxury camping spots in Scotland, Cornwall and the Peak District - this comes as no surprise as all of these locations come with their own stunning landmarks and places of beauty.
If a sample of the Cornish lifestyle is what you’re looking for this spring then The Hidden Field in Truro is the perfect place for you. You’ll be staying in a Lotus Belle tent on a family-run, small farm in the countryside near to both the north or south coast of Cornwall!
Other glampsites in Cornwall and Devon:
Ting Tang Camping
Shack & Pantry
For a taste of the east, Moat Island Glamping is a great choice! Settled on a medieval moat and with its own natural swimming pool it’s destination to be enjoyed by all. Here you can stay in a Lotus Belle tent, a cosy cabin or try out the brand new for 2022 ‘Haveringland Castle’ with 2 bedrooms, a woodburning stove and its own stargazing platform!
Other Lotus Belle tents in Norfolk:
Wardley Hill Campsite
Bamburgh is a village and civil parish on the coast of Northumberland, England famous for its landmark Bamburgh Castle. If glamping is on your list of things to do when you visit, you’ll want to check out Bamburgh Under Canvas. This luxury camping site is situated in the peaceful hamlet of Glororum, which is one mile or a 15 minute walk, to the lovely bustling Bamburgh village center.
Just a few miles from the Jurassic Coast, Coppet Hill is a family run 600 acre farm where connecting with nature is a high priority! The farm is a peaceful haven for walkers, campers and wildlife lovers alike with plenty to do and many places to explore, it’s the ultimate coastal getaway this spring.
Set in 13 acres of pasture and woodland in Wales you’ll find Ty Llewelyn Glamping. Family run by Ian and Maria with their children Nye and Berwyn. They say “We truly feel blessed to be able to fall asleep under starry skies, wake up to never ending views of rolling green hills and bird song and we hope you do too when you visit us”.
You could also stay at:
Tyn Cornel Camping
Eithinog Hall Bed and Breakfast
Further reading for glamping lovers and newbies:
For inspiration on springtime glamping read ‘longer days means more time for adventures’. If you loved your glamping experience so much that you’d like to start your own luxury camping site, give ‘Is 2022 the year to set up your own glampsite?’