Camping & Glamping – Top Travel Destinations in Great Britain UK INSURANCE

20th July 2020

With the travel restrictions lifted, we know that some people will get on a plane quickly while others (for now, anyway!) Want to stay in the UK.

What we like about camping is that you are still able to take your break while maintaining social distance. Bringing your own camping gear also means you won’t be staying in the same sheets that someone else slept in the night before, so you can make sure you are in control of any extra hygiene or safety precautions that you may have want to meet.

If you’re not good at handling tent pegs and a mallet, we’ve also added some amazing glamping sites that do it all for you.

Cornish Tipi Holidays

Cornwall is an obvious choice for those looking to stay within the UK’s borders, but housing often comes at a high cost. If you want to go offline, disconnect from your technology and reconnect with nature and your friends or family, this hidden gem in the heart of Cornwall is the place for you.

With a beautiful lawn ready to settle down next to other campers and more secluded spots if you prefer, this site offers the option to bring your own gear or rent a North American tipi to take your break.

Source: Cornish Tipi Holidays

You can swim, fish, and canoe on the stunning lake nearby, and enjoy the fire pits in the evenings (great for marshmallows if you have a sweet tooth like us!).

The closest train station is 18 miles away and a 40-minute taxi ride from the train station if you’d rather not or don’t want to drive.

You’re very close to the beach where you can take surfing lessons or kayak or buy fresh fish and scallops to cook around the campfire. Further afield there are some breathtaking walks including the Cornwall Coastal Footpath and the Saints’ Way.

There is also a cafe on site for breakfast and lunch or some lovely homemade cakes in case you don’t want to go too far. Otherwise there are restaurants not far away in town. With the option to cook from your teepee using the included grill and fire pit, the sky’s the limit.

For more information and to book, click on Here.

Woodland plush tents glamping

As an eco-friendly website based in Chichester, you can either bring your own RV or rent one of the many yurts available in this destination!

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Source: Glamping plush tents

The yurts are heated, with a wood-burning stove that is lit by staff who will then help you with maintenance, as well as hammocks, BBQ, tea and coffee, and an outdoor fire pit. You can also order luxury baskets for breakfast, lunch or dinner that can be delivered straight to your yurt – what more do you need?

The beach is not far away and you can enjoy the beautiful scenes of Chichester while strolling through the historic city. Visit the Fishbourne Roman Palace, Kingley Vale or check out the Goodwood Motor Circuit.

The website also invites guests to have a campfire together in the evening.

Unfortunately, the wood-burning hot tub and large communal yurt are currently not open due to coronavirus. However, as the guidelines continue to change this may be updated. So keep an eye on the website.

For more information and to book, click on Here.

Lazy duck

Lazy Duck is located in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park, just a short drive from Aviemore. It is the brainchild of the Dean family.

The Lazy Duck, the Cairngorms, romantic log cabins in Scotland
Source: The Lazy Duck

With the option of camping or staying in their stunning eco-lodges, your cozy country retreat is not far away.

There is a wide range of accommodation options. From a waterfront lodge on the banks of the duck nests ideal for wildlife viewing, a wooden hut in the pine forest, a viewing bunkhouse with indoor and outdoor areas, or a homestead with a flock of chickens that you can feed and benefit from laid eggs.

There are also wellbeing options such as the wood-fired whirlpool (Currently unavailable due to coronavirus, keep an eye on the website for updates) an infrared sauna, yoga sessions and massages. You are also close to skiing, water sports, mountain biking, pony trekking, and more. Depending on when you decide to visit, you may also come across Highland Games that offer more than your average sports day.

For more information and to book, click on Here.

Top of the forest

Enjoy immersing yourself in nature and speeding up the slower pace of life here in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park right on Cardigan Bay.

Source: Top of the Woods

This is the ultimate destination for camping and glamping fans with options like: your own motorhome, safari lodges, natural domes, bell tents and a stunning meadow to camp on.

As with many of these places, there is a shared fireplace, a hammock garden, meadow games, the “Hide & Seek” willow garden, the Dutch barn as a shelter and important charging stations.

The choice of food and drinks on site is almost unlimited. Pizza, Asian dishes, seafood, stew evenings, and breakfasts are available year-round, as are many cafes, bistros, and restaurants nearby.

If you are an animal lover, you will love to see lizards, bats, badgers, otters, and birds, as well as the camp cats and dogs, chickens, and Kune Kune pigs that you can feed on request.

You are also near the beach. So think of water sports, hiking and biking, as well as dolphin watching, coasteering and much more!

For more information and to book, click on Here.

Low Wray

Located on the shores of Lake Windemere in the Lake District, Low Wray offers standard camping for tents and vans as well as camping pods, safari tents and tree tents.

Source: National Trust, Low Wray

Low Wray offers discounts for guests traveling by foot, bike, bus, or water. Just keep your tickets and show them at reception to get the discount.

There is a shop on site and wood-fired pizza on certain days of the week. There are two pubs with restaurant areas within 2 miles of the site but booking in advance is recommended as these destinations fill up quickly!

If you enjoy mountain biking, there are great trails like Claife Heights and the nearby Grizedale Forest within easy reach of the campsite. If you prefer to walk, there are nearby tracks that lead through Claife Heights to Sawrey, home of Beatrix Potter.

No fires are allowed on this website as it is a National Trust website. However, barbecuing is allowed as long as they are above ground so you can still get the experience of a camping marshmallow.

For more information and to book, click on Here.

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