The summer camping season is in full swing and we're loving hearing about the adventures you're all heading off on. While we love a bit of rough-and-ready last-minute camping, there's nothing like a spot of glamping with all the comforts of home, especially when you're camping with the family. Having space to sleep and move around inside your tent without tripping over each other is a bit of a novelty if you're used to camping in a cramped nylon tent, and there's nothing quite like relaxing in the evening beside a crackling fire, stove lit, fairy lights up and a glass of wine in your hand...
To help you plan your glamping adventures, we've put together a list of our favourite glamping sites across the UK. Bonus: all these campsites have our stoves in their tents, so if you've been thinking about buying one but you'd like to test it out first, you can do that - and have an extra-special, cosy glamping trip with all the magic of a woodburning stove in your tent.
Located in rural Warwickshire, Hill Farm Glamping's luxury glampsite is nestled right in the middle of their working farm. They've got an honesty shop stocked with produce from the farm, and can arrange meat, fruit and veg deliveries for you as well as fully cooked meals prepared for you. Accommodation options are Lotus Belle tents, shepherd's huts or tipis, with woodburners and outdoor showers.
Amber's Bell Tents has two sites, both located in peaceful North Norfolk. Both sites are small and family-friendly, near the Norfolk coast with lots of interesting market towns on the doorstep. Their bell tents are kitted out with beds and bedding, all the bits and pieces you'll need for cooking and washing up, and an outside firepit. They've also got Frontier Stoves fitted in their tents, to keep you cosy through the night - and for making the morning coffee on.
Treyarnon Bay's beautiful campsite is just a stone's throw away from the beach with incredible views of the sea.They have a hostel, wooden land pods, a campsite and ten lovely bell tents already set up for you to use, complete with Traveller Stoves. The bell tents are available to book between May and the end of October.
Situated in the lovely Humble Bee Farm in North Yorkshire, Merry Dale Bell Tents are nestled in the Yorkshire Wolds with lots of gorgeous countryside on all sides. They provide everything you need for a perfect glamping experience, along with outside seating areas, BBQs, firepits and an outdoor kitchenette - as well as Frontier Plus stoves in all of their Deluxe and Standard Plus Bell Tents, so you can cook in or out of your tent, whatever the weather!
This YHA campsite is set on beautiful grounds on the edge of the village of Burley in Hampshire. The New Forest offers lots to do, including pony trekking, horse riding and lots of cycling routes. They've got a hostel, campsite, land pods, camping pods and bell tents made gorgeously comfy and cosy with Satin Black Traveller Stoves.
Where's your favourite place to go glamping? Let us know in the comments below!