We hit the road to find the very best Oxfordshire glamping sites.
You don't have to pitch a tent to enjoy the Oxfordshire camping experience—go for glamping instead if you prefer a few mod cons. Starting at the most basic end, you could choose a bell tent or other pre-pitched tent, which will simply mean you can camp without having to put up and take down a tent. Bell tents are a great summer glamping option, many furnished with made-up beds, but every site varies, so make sure you know what’s provided before you head off on your bell tent glamping trip. Yurts and tipis tend to be a step up from the bell tent camping experience—quirkier with a bit (in the case of yurts) and a lot (when it comes to tipis) more head room!
Safari tents and lodges are usually even better equipped, often with a log-burning stove, more furniture, an electricity supply, and sometimes an en suite. Even more solid glamping options help extend glamping season into a year-round way to holiday—think shepherd’s huts, treehouses, and glamping pods.