3 of the Best: Glamping Experiences
The Cheshire Magazine lists the best glamping sites from around the UK
West Stow Pods
In the heart of Suffolk’s scenic countryside is this beautiful family run glamping site. Situated roughly four miles from East Anglia’s historic town of Bury St Edmunds, West Stow Pods offers a range of lodging styles including four cosy MegaPods, a homely Woodland Lodge and their newest development: Pod Hollow, a halfling-inspired subterranean dwelling nestled in the side of a grassy knoll. It’s the only authentic Hobbit Hole in the country.
West Stow Pods Ingham Road, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP28 6EX
t: 01284 728136 e: email@example.com
Open all year, Mulino Pods offer three quality secluded glamping pods boasting fantastic views over the Derbyshire countryside. Located on the edge of the Peak District there is plenty of walking and cycle routes on the doorstep. With quality facilities which are fully insulated, eco-powered and heated by the farm wind turbine. The changing weather patterns create some spectacular scenes, all of which can be enjoyed and viewed from inside the cosy glamping pods.
Mulino Lodge & Pods Agnes Meadow Lane Ashbourne DE6 1JR
t: 01335 216 220 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Set in a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of the Highland town of Aviemore, the glamping pods offer campers pure luxury on a self-catering basis. Each of the four eco-pods sleep two people and each has an en-suite wet room. There is also a large communal fire pit area & kitchen / dining cabin where you can sit out or have a barbecue and socialise. For the active type, the area offers many outdoor sports and activities in the summer as well as ski-ing and snowboarding in the winter months.
Eriskay Craig-Na-Gower Avenue, Aviemore, Inverness-shire, PH22 1RW Scotland
t: 01479 810717 / 075 98580327 e: email@example.com