A group of tipis in a field for glamping.


It may not sound terribly appealing to think about camping when the weather is quite as cold as it is at the moment but, believe it or not, in a few months’ time it will be warmer. Glamping is essentially glamorous camping. Your tent is put up for you and we use proper tipis which are much more sturdy than a typical tent. They are carpeted and you have proper bedding, while professional catering is arranged with a barbecue and a bar. Full English breakfast is a must the morning after when heads may be a little fuzzy in spite of the fresh air. It’s really not that far removed from being at a hotel and great fun.

We have various team building activities which can be laid on close to camp with popular choices being treasure hunts and country sports such as archery and Laser Clay Shooting. Sites which will cater for groups (usually we ‘take over’ the whole site or a significant part to avoid upsetting other campers) are available in such locations as The New Forest and The Cotswolds. In the New Forest location there are wild deer and you will often see them in your field as you wake up in the morning. It’s a great experience and very memorable.


  1. Harold Gardner · March 13, 2013 Reply

    Camping with all the pleasure and none of the pain…except perhaps that ‘English breakfast.’ Sounds like a ton of fun.

  2. salesgamechanger · March 13, 2013 Reply

    I very much enjoy camping, but these services would take this to a whole new level. Last camping trip we could not blow up the air mattresses because we bought the batteries for the pumps at the 99 cents store.Basically they had no juice so that’s why they were so inexpensive. Made for a long night and then a long trek the next day to civilization. So your services, including taking over an entire site for a group would just put the glam in camping.

  3. salesgamechanger · March 13, 2013 Reply

    Reblogged this on salesgamechanger and commented:
    great idea here

  4. George J Lloyd · March 13, 2013 Reply

    Gosh, I thought that was a typo… 🙂

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