How early do you book your summer holidays in advance?
There are some places in our collection that truly blow your socks off. But, hey. Pick up your socks. Because, just after you get all excited, you realise there are more organised folks who beat you to it. That weekend in July? It’s gone. That four-day weekend in June? It’s gone too. There are some people out there that seem so organised they’ll always beat you to it. But here’s the not-so-secret secret: Pick the date, text your friends and get it in the diary early.
This winter, to help ensure you don’t miss out, we’ve crunched the numbers and looked back on years gone by to help pick out the most in-demand glamping sites for 2022. Whether you’re busy thinking of a summer getaway or not, the most popular holiday destinations in our collection are already being snapped up for next year. From floating cabins to sky-high treehouses, these are the exclusive glamping retreats where booking early is essential.
Popular glamping stays booking fast for 2022
Dragonfly Glamping, Pembrokeshire
Home to a floating family cabin where you can swim straight from the deck.Dragonfly Glamping | Pembrokeshire
Le Monteil Revolution, France
Modern domes on an ancient farm with foodie delights and outdoor bathing.
Park Hall Pods, Derbyshire
Step up to this raised pod, with all mod cons and a bubbling hot tub.
Skoolie Stays, Sussex
An all-American school bus near the South Downs Way.
Melin Mabes, Pembrokeshire
Climb to your bed in the treehouse, descend to your hot tub via the slide.
Le Camp, France
Safari tent stays with outdoor showers and a natural swimming pool.
Redwood Valley, Powys
Live amongst the treetops in this finely crafted cabin with a wood-burner.
Peaks & Pods, North Yorkshire
Pizza ovens, hot tubs, big views and instant access to the footpaths.
Damson View, Lake District
Modern glamping pods between Kendal and Lake Windermere.
NightSky Glamping, Gwynedd
Walk to two top beaches from these luxury tents with stargazing tubs.
Culdees Castle, Perthshire
Cosy, curvy cabins in the wooded grounds of a Scottish castle.
Raynham Estate, Norfolk
Family-sized yurts on a grand North Norfolk estate in the Wensum Valley.
Ewe Love Camping Pods, Lake District
A trio of luxury pods with breathtaking views of Blencathra.
Walnut Farm, Dorset
Yurts, hot tubs and fruit trees, within easy reach of Dorset’s jurassic coast.
Copy House Farm, Lancashire
The world’s best ‘lockdown project’: A shepherd’s hut with a hot tub room.