Forest bell tents near Nottingham

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Cuckoo Farm Campsite

12 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents130 acres · Rutland, East Midlands
Family camping with campfires on an organic farm, set alongside the beautiful River Chater
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Catgill Farm Camping & Glamping

153 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · North Yorkshire, England
Family camping and glamping on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and a stone's throw from famous Bolton Abbey
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Oakwood Marina

26 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · Cheshire, North West England
Canal-side camping with campfires, set in 30 acres of countryside and with an on-site tea rooms
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Get Lost In Nature glamping

5 units · Glamping, Tents9 acres · Market Harborough, Leicestershire, East Midlands
Family-friendly farm glamping, with luxury bell tents in a glorious natural woodland setting
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Chilled Out Adult Only Glamping

8 units · Glamping10 acres · Cheshire, North West England
Lakeside glamping on the edge of Delemere Forest and a 10-minute train ride from Chester
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Grange Wood Glamping

5 units · Glamping3 acres · Staffordshire, West Midlands
‘The Grange' B&B at Lower Loxley Staffordshire is just off the main A518 Stafford Road, 3 miles from the old market town Uttoxeter. Only 400 metres down a country lane is a very special place. Mary’s family have farmed here since the seventies and on her parents’ retirement, the modern agricultural buildings were taken down and the original brick buildings were converted into homes for the family. Mary and Mick moved here in 2006 and Mary with 20 years of experience of farmhouse bed and breakfast with Mick’s help set about the task to make ready for ‘pgs’- paying guests. The Grange BB opened it’s doors in 2007 with 3 bedrooms for guests and visiting family and has been an on-going project ever since. Mary and hubby Mick have devoted the following years to developing the 4 acres of grounds into a garden of which 3 acres is woodland. A ’pop-up’ glamping site was developed in 2015 and a local business held ‘hencamps’ in bell tents during the summer months. This was very successful and the demand for bigger groups soon outgrew what Mary and Mick offered here at The Grange. In 2021 (post lockdown)the idea of Grange Wood Glamping was sown. A small off-grid ‘pop-up’ glamping site - 'OWL CAMP' -for couples or alternatively a limited availability May-August for groups of family and friends, with sole use of the site with no minimum but a maximum occupancy of up to 14 people under canvas. With additional accommodation for 6/7 in the B&B rooms for those whom ‘off-grid glamping’ is really not their thing. With a mix of Glamping in luxury belle tents and bed and breakfast rooms, this is a great place to spend time with your family and friends for that extra special celebration or just a catch-up with your nearest and dearest. A perfect private space making it possible for friends and all of the family to gather together and meet up in one place. Contact the owners at The Grange to discuss your requirements. We are adaptable, approachable and happy to help. QUIET CAMP after 11pm Grangewood Glamping has 3 tents, sleeping up to 12, a gypsy caravan sleeping 1-2 available with a 2 metre cedar wood-fired hot tub and basic off grid facilities in the 'camp area' but has additional on-grid facilities in the main buildings (The Mess) The Mess - available from 7am - 11pm has: .a wash room with an electric shower, 2 flushing toilets and wash basin .kitchenette and dining area with, power points, kettles, microwave, fridge/freezer,foreman grill, slow cooker and electric 2 plate hob. All neccessary utensils, crockery, cutlery and PC glassware. All of the facilities including Hot Tub are completely exclusive to your group. All firewood is provided.
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Brakehill Lodge Farm Camping

5 units · Glamping1 acre · Norfolk, England
Small, secluded, homespun farm campsite in rural Norfolk, a short drive from Thetford Forest Park
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The Hawarden Farm Shop Campsite

24 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents7 acres · Flintshire, North Wales
Camping next to an award-winning farm shop on the historic Hawarden Estate in North Wales
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Stargazer Glamping

3 units · Glamping3 acres · Ross On Wye, England
Luxury bell-tent glamping for couples and families in the serene Wye Valley.
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Hidden Valley Camping

15 units · Glamping, Tents7 acres · Bewdley, Worcestershire, West Midlands
A family-run back-to-basics, campfire-friendly camping & glamping site with plenty of space for each pitch and a laid back family ethos.
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Freespirit Glamping

5 units · Glamping5 acres · Pickering, England
We are located at Cliff Stud Retreat, a 220 acre former stud farm, just outside Helmsley on the foot of the North Yorkshire Moors. We are a top-rated luxury glamping site and we can't wait to welcome you! With amazing views and off a very quiet country lane that leads directly into the Moors, you'll be able to arrive, kick off your shoes and start relaxing, enjoying a beer and roasting marshmellows over the BBQ, whilst watching the sun go down. Our ethos is all about family, fun and living simply among nature. Our off-grid glamping site has just five, well spaced, luxury bell tents, each with their own allocated private compost toilet and shower. your own garden area with firepit, BBQ and seating area.
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Oak Lodge Glamping

18 units · Glamping10 acres · Northwold, England
10 acres of blissful bell tent and gypsy caravan glamping near Thetford Forest in Norfolk
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Forest bell tents near Nottingham guide

Overview

Situated in the county of Nottinghamshire, in the East Midlands, Nottingham is a popular tourist destination, offering lots of attractions—many of which relate to the city's ties to the legend of Robin Hood. Popular attractions include Nottingham Castle, which features plenty of Hood-themed activities for children, and the City of Caves, an ancient system of caves that weave below the city centre. There are plenty of beautiful natural areas in and around the city, from the Attenborough Nature Reserve—a popular spot for birdwatching—to the famous Sherwood Forest, a national nature reserve.

Where to go

Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

With a mix of coniferous and deciduous groves, heathland, wetlands, and farmland, Cannock Chase—an hour’s drive of Nottingham—is the place to go if you wish to see a lot of different types of flora in one place. Cycle paths weave through the area, making it an excellent spot to visit on two wheels. Many landowners in and around the area offer campsites and glamping.

Peak District National Park

Among the most popular of England’s national parks, this 55-square-mile expanse is an excellent place to stretch your legs—or get some exercise. Here you’ll find miles of walking and cycling paths that wind through beautiful landscapes dotted with heaths and moors. Tourist attractions include four show caves and a museum—the Eyam Museum—that chronicles the story of the bubonic plague.

Lincolnshire Wolds AONB

If you’re up for a long walk, the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB is the place to be. The area is known for its walking trails, including the 268-mile-long Pennine Way National Trail and the 55-mile-long Derwent Valley Heritage Way, which runs along the Derwent Valley. The trail crosses the Derwent Valley Mills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of the modern mill system.

When to go

Nottingham has typical English weather, with cool—but rarely freezing winters—warmish summers, and a persistently high chance of rain. The weather is at its finest from May through September, and you're best off visiting during this period if you plan to do much tent camping or walking. If you come during the first week of October, however, you'll be able to attend the Nottingham Goose Fair, a funfair that traces its origins to the 13th century.

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