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Early Bird Discount: 20% Off Cool Camping Campsites

Get ahead of the game. Book your holiday now with Cool Camping and receive a 20% discount

enjoy a cool 20% off selected camping and glamping holidays

As if bringing you the very best campsites in the UK and Europe wasn’t enough, we’re now offering an incredible 20% off all bookings at a selection of our favourite sites. Browse our collection of discounted glamping and camping sites below, then just remember to
enter the discount code ‘EARLYBIRD20’ when you book on the Cool Camping website to receive 20% off! Offer ends March 1st 2016. ***This offer has now expired.***

stanley villa farm camping lancashire

Just 15 minutes outside of Blackpool, the insulated wooden pods at Stanley Villa Farm offer secluded outdoor stays within easy driving distance of the coast. The centrepiece of the site is a 5 acre man-made lake, with all levels of angler welcome, while during summer large aprons of grass are also open up for regular tent campers. Campfires are permitted. Enquire for special group rates.

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Cotna Eco Retreat Cornwall

Situated on a 12-acre organic farm, Cotna Eco Retreat offers the peaceful side of Cornwall with just two yurts and a characterful straw-bale studio sleeping two. The owners can lend you bikes, take you foraging or provide a guide to the local footpaths – there are several beaches (and pubs) within easy walking distance – or stay on site to explore the semi-wilderness of the valley.

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woodside country park herefordshire

Edging the Malvern Hills, Woodside Country Park is an expansive site with something for everyone. Scandinavian lodges, glamping pods, caravan pitches and camping are all on offer, each in separate areas so that everyone has ample space. Out of season it’s hugely popular for bird spotting while during holidays its a family hive with a large natural swimming pond as the focal point.

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eco retreats glamping snowdonia

High in the hills bordering southern Snowdonia, Eco Retreats offers a truly rustic glamping escape. Each of the dwellings (four tipis and two yurts) is set in its own hidden location, with access only on foot and, to get you in the mood, the camping experience includes an individual session of reiki healing in the comfort of your own tipi or yurt. Campfires are encouraged, gadgets are not.

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Billygoat Cabins Herefordshire

Within walking distance of historic Hereford and its magnificent cathedral, the Billgoat Cabin is a cosy glamping hut sleeping four. Inside, a mezzanine level provides extra space for the master bed, while a wood burning stove ensures warmth and comfort, while outside there’s a children’s playhouse and an indoor swimming pool just a stroll across the neighbouring meadow!

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greenhillock glamping east scotland

Occupying five gorgeous acres of wild flower meadow, Greenhillock Glamping is a boon for kids, who thrive in the laid back atmosphere and are permanently lost amongst the trees, shrubs and long grasses. A family-friendly site with just 20 pitches and a scattering of beautiful bell tents, it features natural ponds for insects inspecting and an encouraging attitude to campfires.

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honeybuns dorset

Not content with running one of the UK’s most celebrated independent bakeries, Honeybuns also boast one of Dorset’s most stunningly-located glamping sites. In the corner of a horse-grazed meadow, their vintage wooden ark, sleeping two, is decked throughout with retro furnishings, rugs, cushions, books and baked goods. It’s only open on weekends, though, so advanced booking is essential.
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botany glamping and camping wiltshire

A few miles down the road from Longleat Safari Park, Botany Glamping and Camping is a popular family site where entertainment is of the old fashioned kind. Every pitch has a fire pit and guests arrive to a thoughtful ‘starter pack’ including firelighters, wood, skewers and marshmallows. Bell tents (with every comfort) are available to hire and small campervans are also allowed.

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Oak Grove Retreats Powys

Hugged by the verdant Cambrian Mountains, Oak Grove Retreats is a hugely popular spot for tents and caravans alike, sitting just 200 yards across a meadow from the River Wye. The touring field enjoys the best view of this gorgeous waterside scene, while the tent campers are given, not one, but three of their very own separate areas including a ‘secret’, semi-wild spot.

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The Glamping Orchard Gloucestershire

Situated within a wide meander of the river Severn, The Glamping Orchard is a brand new site just a few miles upstream from the Bristol Channel. It’s easily accessible from the M5 yet feels wonderfully rural, with just two fully furnished bell tents pitched among the apple trees. The ye olde agricultural charm of the place is summed up by the horse and cart rides, bobbling you along to the local pub.

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hillcrest park north yorkshire

Hillcrest Park is enjoying new life as a campsite but the scene still echoes its agricultural past with beautiful views across acres of farmland and old outbuildings tastefully converted into holiday homes. Their ten new timber glamping pods are well insulated and complete with an electric heater, double glazed windows and sockets, creating a all-weather base form which to enjoy North Yorkshire.

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Henfryn Farm Carmarthenshire

A brand new Cool Camping discovery on the banks of the river Teifi, Henfryn Farm is a tiny organic paradise with just four bell tents – two overlooking the river and two with views across open meadows. It’s a spot for simple pleasures; there are stones for skimming, animals to pet and a farm shop for reaping the rewards of their sustainable farming methods.

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Denmark Farm eco campsite Ceredigion

Despite boasting 40 acres of protected nature reserve to explore, Denmark Farm has a self imposed limit of just 10 tent pitches, meaning space and greenery is always guaranteed. Nature trails are way-marked across the site and the farm’s conservation centre runs regular courses such as birdspotting, conservation and woodcraft – so check if anything’s going on during your stay.

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the shepherds hide Essex

With just a single shepherd’s hut overlooking a tranquil,
natural pond, The Shepherd’s Hide in Essex is the very definition of ‘seclusion’.
Inside, it features a bathroom, king-sized bed and fitted kitchen
area, while, beyond, the 55-acre farm is a natural collage of streams, marsh and
meadows. Walk to the coast or, in summer, explore the Pick-Your-Own strawberry
farm a few yards away.

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glampotel Dorset

Boasting not one but two separate locations – the first in Bere Regis, the second near Bridport – Glampotel is at the very forefront of the luxury camping world. Gorgeous bell tents on raised, wooden decking feature double beds, wood-burning stoves, and bespoke, handmade furniture and are all ensconced in their own private glade within a larger site. Outside the Dorset countryside unfolds with the Jurassic Coast a short drive away.

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fen end farm Cambridgeshire

Just over an hour from London, this eclectic
campsite on the Cambridgeshire fens boasts five tent pitches, a yurt, tipi and
an authentic gypsy caravan, all nestled in an organic orchard. Its eco-friendly
credentials haven’t hampered the facilities – there are showers, loos and an
excellent outdoor kitchen – but do ensure the local wildlife population always
outnumbers campers.

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barnutopia luxury glamping Shropshire

With the England Wales border edging the camping field, this yurt glamping site is perfectly located for
exploring the border countryside. The hosts are exceptionally friendly and guest
facilities are an extension of their home: The camp kitchen is
in an old tool-shed; the snug community room is a converted stable and in the
main farmhouse itself, there’s a breakfast room and bathroom.

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heritage coast campsite South Wales

Right beside the Glamorgan Heritage Coast Path,
this brook-side paddock has space for just 30 privileged pitches spread across
two paddocks of soft, level grass. Facilities are second to none and the general feel is one
of family-friendly relaxation – kids build dams in the brook and well behaved
dogs are welcome. The nearest beach is just a two-minute stroll down the

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Ty Cefn Tregib Brecon Beacons

Curl up in a cosy airstream caravan or hideaway in the luxury of two individually crafted yurts on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons. A family run glamping business in 10 acres of pasture, streams and woodland, Ty Cefn Tregib is a site where every attention to detail has been given. Beyond it’s gates, there are two excellent pubs and world class downhill mountain biking routes.

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Out To Grass Worcestershire

With it’s über laid back, festival feel, Out To Grass in Worcestershire is a camping and glamping site popular with groups, families and almost anyone who’s willing to make new friends. There are communal campfire evenings, gatherings for home-cooked stews and even an onsite bar, plus the basic facilities needed for an old-fashioned outdoor holiday.

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***This special offer has now expired***

Terms & conditions

– Promotion is only valid for holidays booked on the Cool Camping website before March 1st 2016 at the locations stated above.

– This promotion is not valid with other promotions, discounts, offers, privileges and vouchers.

– Promotional code (EARLYBIRD20) must be entered during booking on the Cool Camping website to receive the discount.

– The 20% discount applies to all units at the relevant sites available to book on the Cool Camping website. The discount does not apply to added extras such as breakfast hampers, firewood or non-accommodation items.

– This promotion cannot be applied retrospectively to bookings that have already been made.

– Facilities vary across the sites.

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