With shepherd's huts in Northumberland, Mongolian yurts in Yorkshire, bell tents in Durham, and much much more besides, you're bound to find the right glamping site for you in the north east of England.
If you don’t have your own camping kit or don’t fancy the journey up north with the car stacked to the rafters, how about glamping in North East England? There are plenty of places to choose from, and if a chill wind blows in off the North Sea or down from neighbouring Scotland, you might just find yourself feeling a little smug as you toast toes by a log-burning stove.
There are lots of glamping accommodations in the North East that come kitted out with stoves, blankets, and insulation to keep you cosy on cooler days—think log cabins, eco pods, shepherd’s huts, caravans, and yurts. These little touches can make glamping a great way to extend the camping season beyond the summer, as many glamping sites are open year-round, giving you a cosy place to hide away after days outside in the elements. The level of luxury you choose really depends on your taste, as there are plenty of places that offer an experience that’s akin to staying in a boutique hotel with hot tubs, fluffy towels, and proper beds made up with luxury linens.
But if it’s a taste of the simpler things in life you’re after, choose a glamping site that keeps things easy. Pre-erected bell tents, safari tents, and tipis can offer that back-to-basics feel. You’ll have the pleasure of sleeping under canvas without the faff of pitching your own tent, which is great for first-time campers or families with young kids who want to test the water without investing in equipment.