After trying glamping for the first time last year at Bumblebarn in Sheringham, we wanted to go again but somewhere different. This year we decided to give a Mongolian yurt a go in Cromer for John’s birthday.
Camping is one of those things that people love to indulge in. While it can seem like a lot of work to pitch a tent and prepare your campsite, it can actually be one of the most relaxing experiences as you enjoy time in the fresh air and really going back to basics with things. However, not all of us are experts when it comes to camping, so I thought I would share with you some of the things to consider.
AD | Collaborative post Camping is something that is loved by people all over the world. It’s a chance to be at one with nature, get away from reality and, sometimes, test out your survival skills! If you have a family camping trip lined up, then it can be a little bit more stressful than going alone – where is everybody going to sleep, is it a good idea, are the kids too young etc… Well, with a little bit of help from this article, we will put your mind at ease. Here we are
Collaborative post There are a million reasons to have a staycation this year. It’ll be more affordable, less of a commute, no endless air security lines, no need to learn the basics of a language or how to mime “Can I have a coffee?”. Plus, there’s very little choice on where to go right now. Swaths of people are turning to glamping for a holiday experience that they will never forget. But anyone can glamp. The glamping sites on this list aren’t just your usual yurt in a field, but they are living experiences that
Way back in August 2019 I booked for us to go glamping at Bumblebarn Bell Tents for the very first time. The trip was supposed to happen in summer 2020 but because of Covid that didn’t happen. Luckily, we were able to rebook quickly and easily so we chose the first weekend of the summer holidays this year for our trip and we were finally able to go last week!