10 of the most luxurious UK camping sites that still have availability


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Full-sized double-beds, hot tubs and al fresco kitchens

Hen Coop Hideaway, Shropshire
Tucked away down a tree-lined lane and through a copse, you find Hen Coop Hideaway, a wonderfully remote home, sitting in front of magnificent views of the Welsh hills.
This secluded hideaway is almost too nice to be called camping, but given that you can cook outside and soak up all the joys of outdoor living, we’ve decided it counts!
Geometric Dome, Dorset
Take your luxury camping experience to Dorset, where you can choose from a geodesic dome, a yurt or a bell tent for a unique glamping escape at Dorset Country Holidays.
At the friendly family-run holiday park, you’ll have acres of beautiful countryside to enjoy, ideal if you’re getting away from city life for a night. The little luxuries include electric sockets, a Nespresso coffeemaker in the dome and TVs.
Glamping Escape Pod, Devon
This is more of a luxe studio than a glamping pod, with its own WiFi, smart TV, shower suite and full kitchen in a beautiful quiet spot in Beer.
Just 10 minutes walk from the beach and the local village, it’s the perfect blend of secluded serenity and the holiday buzz of the beach.
Lakeside Yurt, Radwell
This traditional Mongolian Yurt is beautifully furnished, complete with a wood burning stove, in a secluded position in private grounds beside a peaceful lake teeming with ducks, geese and swans.
It contains a simple kitchen, and there’s a private bathroom with basin, loo and hot shower very close by.
Copper Beech Glamping, Staffordshire
New shepherd’s hut Shepherd’s View is set on a working beef and sheep farm and is a glamping dream.

Part of the Copper Beech Glamping site, it offers white panel interiors, an en-suite shower room, handcrafted kitchen, outside seating area, a firebowl and more.
There’s a nearby allotment and henhouse to pick up fruit, vegetables and eggs during your stay for a glamping experience you’ll never forget.
The Quiet Site, Lake District
Set in the heart of the Lake District with stunning views over Ullswater, England’s second longest lake, this glamping site is pretty unique.
At the Quiet Site, you can enjoy a night of Tolkien-esque underground glamping by spending the night in a Hobbit Hole.
There are 15 on the glamping site and they blend fabulously into the natural surroundings, with a soft-sleep ledge, toilet, wash basin, fridge and kettle, so all you need to bring is your camping gear minus the tent.
Belle Glamping, Carmarthenshire
Belle Glamping is a small, much-loved family-run camp site that has been running for eight years, featuring four comfortable belle tents and a large hot tub.
Think log burners, gothic candelabras and super-squishy beds to snooze in after a day of exploring the natural beauty of the surrounded landscape.
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