Glamping has become more and more popular over the last few years and there is something about camping in luxury that just provides something special. Glamping in South East England is no different and there are a number of sites for you to experience.
Best Glamping sites in Hampshire & the Isle of Wight
Three of our top Glamping sites sit in Hampshire and with the New Forest on the doorstep, the county is an ideal place to go experience the outdoors. Two Hoots Campsite is situated Alresford and has 2 ‘Shepherds Huts’ & 4 Glamping Pods. They’re fully insulated and open all year in the beautiful Hampshire countryside facing fantastic open countryside hills & valleys with wonderful woodland walks close by. The traditionally built Shepherds Huts have mod cons & a touch of luxury inside. Including lights, electric sockets, heating, king-size bed, toilet & sink and much more. If you’re looking for something cosier, then the Glamping Pods would be an ideal choice and also includes a wide range of facilities.
South Downs National Park
Adhurst Yurts has four yurts and one canvas-roofed wood cabin tucked within one hundred acres of ancient woodland above the banks of the River Rother. Set in South Downs National Park, Adhurst provides stylish, healthy and ecologically-conscious holidays for everyone from family reunions to romantic couple to holidaying pets, foodies and nature enthusiasts. Bushcraft is included in all Friday arrivals and is taught by our team of professionals.
Alton’s Chawton Park Farm is a historic working farm in an area of Special Landscape Quality in the Hampshire countryside. The 6 deluxe ensuite Wigwams are perfect for glamping all year round and are set in a small orchard surrounded by mature woodland, overlooking the medieval deer park and with distant views over the surrounding farmland where the sheep graze. It is a perfect place to relax and escape your everyday routine, enjoy a weekend break or a longer glamping holiday. There are lots to see and do, from outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and wildlife spotting, to culture and history.
Isle of Wight
If you’re looking to go overseas then why not stay at Isle of Wight’s Tom’s Eco Lodge. Situated in Yarmouth, it is perfect for a family holiday, group of friends, romantic getaway and celebrations. An Eco Lodge is a canvas safari style lodge that offers an adventurous experience but with all the luxuries you really want. Each Lodge has two double beds and two single bunk beds perfect for 6 people for starters as well as wood burning stove for making soups, pizza or even the Sunday roast. The kitchen also has worktops and mains sink with hot and cold taps - all powered by solar energy.