Carry on Glamping

on September 25, 2008 by Administrator

Some people hate camping. The thought of spending a couple of days in a canvas box with bugs crawling hither and yon over their cold, clammy body fills them with terror. Ergo, camping is often regarded as more of a convenience than something fashioned from the ethereal threads of dream and reverie.

From the music festival to the French countryside, campsites are as multitudinous as any hotel chain, and often provide their services at a fraction of the cost. Unfortunately, camping has always lacked the glamour associated with a high-priced hotel and was never likely to draw anybody with money to burn.


Glamping is a great, fun way to get in touch with the nature alongside experiencing the 'glamorous' treatment that these sites can offer. It's the best of both worlds, enjoy the fresh air and outdoors knowing that you still have a comfy bed to sleep in at night!

By Callum Pragnell on October 3, 2012

Camping in Germany this summer I was surprised (and delighted) to see that there were spas and private bathrooms in a lot of campsites! The luxury of not having to share the communal washrooms was well worth the extra £5 a night. it was even heated!

By Cat on August 27, 2012

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