Cabins near Cirencester

Ancient tree-covered trails, cavernous caves, and rocky gorges greet campers near Cirencester.

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Stowford Manor Farm Campsite

51 units · Glamping, Motorhomes25 acres · Trowbridge, England
We are a family run farm situated in the beautiful Frome valley. The farm has a range of interests from the traditional Jersey milking cows to a community of workshops used by local craftsmen. The cafe serves cream teas from Easter to the end of September and pizzas are sold in evenings during the summer months. Ours is a small family run camp site with the River Frome on one side, next to the medieval buildings of Stowford Farm. The river is suitable for fishing, boating, swimming and paddling. Historic Bradford-on-Avon is only a 5 minute drive and the City of Bath 15 minutes. For those who enjoy more rural pleasures, 200 metres from the campsite Farleigh Hungerford boasts the only river swimming club in the country, and you can become an instant member for a very small fee.
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The T Barn

17 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Cirencester, Gloucestershire, South West England
Bell tents and shepherd’s huts with hot tubs on a picturesque Cotswolds farm near Cirencester
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Wolford Wood Glamping & Camping

13 units · Glamping, Tents200 acres · Moreton In Marsh, England
Family camping in a Cotswolds wildflower meadow beside an ancient woodland and SSSI
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Cotswolds Glamping

3 units · Glamping12 acres · Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, South East England
Fun, laid-back, glamping that's ideal for groups, with silent discos and wood-fired hot tubs.
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Oak Cottage Wyes Workshops

4 units · Glamping4 acres · Gloucestershire, South West England
Magical, secluded glamping in the Wye Valley, yards from the Offas Dyke trail
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Celtic Woodland Holidays

13 units · Glamping, Tents7 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
An idyllic, wooded, Wye Valley escape, offering glamping pods, a treehouse and traditional woodland camping on levelled pitches
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Broadmeadow Glamping

3 units · Glamping12 acres · Hereford, Herefordshire, West Midlands
A quaint wooden cabin, tucked away on a Herefordshire farm. Perfect for a romantic glamping retreat or year-round family getaways.
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Buzzard Holt Hosting

4 units · Glamping11 acres · Buckingham, England
Glamping with a mini outdoor spa on the edge of Stowe Park in Buckinghamshire
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Farrs Meadow

31 units · Glamping, Tents7 acres · Dorset, South West England
A charming Dorset campsite overlooking the Stour Valley and a short walk from both the river and the market town of Wimborne Minster
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Cosy Log Cabin + Outdoor Bath

2 units · Glamping1 acre · Hereford, Herefordshire, West Midlands
A stylishly simple and secluded cabin for two in the Wye Valley
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Kingsmead Camping

36 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Cullompton, England
A range of pitches, from grassy open spaces to off-grid woodland clearings, topped off by two well-stocked fishing lakes
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Cwmllwyd Getaways

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Powys, Mid Wales
Welsh valley glamping with panoramic views and hot tubs
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Cabins near Cirencester guide

Overview

Often called the “Capital of the Cotswolds,” Cirencester is the largest town in the Cotswold District of Gloucestershire. Trace the market town’s rich Roman history through its Roman artefacts at Corinium Museum. Or head outside into Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on walking trails amidst wildlife. Campsites, caravan parks, glamping pods, and holiday home rentals throughout the area give easy access to the AONB as well as other natural attractions nearby. Southwest of Cirencester, Mendip Hills AONB draws hikers and spelunkers to its deep caves, limestone hills, and historic sites reaching close to the Bristol Channel shoreline and Weston Super Mare Beach. Southeast through North Wessex AONB, New Forest National Park blends towering trees and wildlife sanctuaries boasting a biodiverse playground ripe with adventure.

Where to go

Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Wander England’s walking capital at Cotswolds AONB. Featuring 160-kilometres of Cotswold Way National Trail, campers can lookout for wildlife including hares, otters, and water voles. A well-kept secret of Cotswolds is the numerous off-road cycling trails along byways and bridleways that are inaccessible to cars. Family-friendly camping, caravanning, glamping, and holiday home rentals are available throughout the area, providing campers with electric hookups, heated pools, and restrooms. Find pet-friendly farm stays or book a bell tent with a BBQ for a more unique option.

Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Meander through Mendip Hills AONB to see caves and gorges on numerous hiking trails. Tent pitches, glamping pods, holiday parks, and dog-friendly motorhome sites line the area, with full hookups, showers, and swimming pools, as well. Over 440 km of Public Rights of Way provide a range of trails from easy-going to challenging woodland treks by a gorge. Mendip is also home to the famous Cheddar Gorge, where limestone cliffs, caves, and cliff-top walks provide a striking view of the region. The gorge is also a centre for caving and rock climbing.

New Forest National Park

Take a scenic drive south through North Wessex AONB to the majestic New Forest National Park, where iconic viewpoints and wildlife sanctuaries await. Tower above the trees at 140 metres when visiting Piper’s Wait viewpoint, or stop by Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary to spot fallow deer in an open meadow. Keep an eye out for free roaming New Forest ponies while trekking along ancient oak covered trails. Camping in the Forest manages numerous on-site campsites and holiday parks with tent and caravan pitches, electricity, showers, and toilets.

When to go

Campers enjoy staying near Cirencester year-round. While winter camping is possible, the season is long and windy with temperatures below freezing overnight. Summers are shorter and warmer, reaching average highs around 20°C. To ensure comfortable weather and access to activities, most campers make reservations for pitches and glamping pods near Cirencester between late June to late August.

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