Monday 17 February 2020

8 glorious glamping locations in Gloucestershire

From romantic getaways to the ultimate weekend with the kids, SoGlos has handpicked 8 glorious glamping locations in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds.

From wooden cabins and eco-friendly domes, to luxury bell tents and quirky yurts, Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds is home to a bevy of unique and beautifully-boutique glamping spots.

So, pack up the prosecco, dig out your Hunter wellies and prepare to stargaze in style, with SoGlos’s round up of eight glorious glamping locations on the doorstep.

1. Glamping at Cotswold Farm Park

The glamping tents at Cotswold Farm Park is the perfect place to enjoy a fun-filled weekend, with the chance to explore the farm by day, and enjoy a glass or two of wine around the campsite at night.

The canvas glamping tents at Cotswold Farm Park each boast king-sized beds and a single bunk bed; fresh linen, a personal barbeque and seating area; as well as crockery and cutlery.

2. Glamping at The Dome Garden

The Dome Garden is the epitome of luxury camping, with eco-lodges boasting individual en-suites with flushing loos, wood fired showers or baths, proper beds, luxury linen and a wood burning stove.

What’s more, nestled in the heart of the Forest of Dean guests can tuck into sensational wood-fired food pizzas and even enjoy a breakfast platter filled with artisan produce.

3. Glamping at Moor Farm

Situated down a tree-lined private drive and just a short stroll from the Severn Estuary, Moor Farm near Gloucester allows visitors to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind at the Feather Down Farm franchise.

Offering a canvas lodge with double beds, flushing toilets, an outdoor cooker, wood for heating and even eggs from the farm’s happy chickens, Moor Farm has everything you could need for a luxury glamping trip.

4. Glamping at Painswick Glamping

Birdsong, butterflies and blooms await you at Painswick Glamping, providing a relaxing setting for a glamping break.

With shepherd’s huts available for you and your group the Mill Pool Pod is a great spot. Nestled across the other side of a lake, the pod is complete with a fire pit, barbeque and electricity.

5. Glamping at Great Farm

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Get close to nature and enjoy some fun and games at Great Farm near Fairford, with four separate glamping sites.

With separate settings across the farm, Barn Owl Camp offers two stunningly restored gypsy caravans, a living area with mains, water and heating, a nearby river to swim in, an outdoor campfire and an electric fridge to keep the beers and bubbly cool.

6. Glamping at Wild Wood Bluebell

Situated on 200 acres of beautiful woodland, Wild Wood Bluebell in Moreton-in- Marsh offers a whole host of glamping options, with its Munday’s Meadow proving to be a popular choice.

Its Lotus Belle tents and bell tents promise a night of luxury, while the vast campsite allows for plenty of activities, with mowed pitches for football or cricket; an Indian-style tent for feasts; an indoor fire pit in the Hobbit Hut; as well as comfy sofas and an outdoor fire pit on a large wooden deck – perfect for a nightcap.

7. Glamping at Cotswold Glamping

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Get back to nature at Cotswold Glamping, with the chance to escape city life for a long weekend in the countryside on a small family-run farm near Tewkesbury.

Its private bell tents offer all the essentials for a cosy night in, including a king-sized bed, fire pit and barbecue and more, while its nearby facilities, including a swimming pool, honesty shop and bicycles for loan, provide active couples with plenty of options for exploring the great Gloucestershire countryside.

8. Glamping at Whitemead Forest Park

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Whitemead Forest Park’s mega pods offer a stylish and luxury alternative to camping in the Forest of Dean, perfect for romantic getaway.

Boasting a double bed, underfloor heating, small kitchen and outside picnic area, couples can enjoy all the home comforts of a self-catering holiday, while soaking up the sights and sounds of the great outdoors at Whitemead’s stunning fairy tale location.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 17 April 2019

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