fusion of glamour and camping


Yes you have heard about it but what is glamping. It’s simple it is the fusion of glamour and camping and it is an experience not to be missed.

Below are a couple of the campsite or glampsite I love and that we at campsite direct recommend you try out


  1. Bloomfield camping

A seven-acre site full of ever-blossoming wild flowers and lily-lined ponds, Bloomfield Camping is the stunning result of ongoing dedication, love and passion by its genial owners, Jon and Amanda. Hidden at the end of a single-track lane, the site is home to just four beautiful bell tents, each secluded by budding young fruit trees. As they begin to reveal their hidden bounty, each morning dawns with the picking of fresh, dewy pears to enjoy over breakfast at your own canopy-covered picnic table – utterly idyllic.

Common Drove, Child Okeford, Poole, Dorset DT11 8QY

2. The sunny field

A few years ago, Sasha and Philip Eason bought the eight grassy acres of Little Pett Bottom Farm and it wasn’t long before they were lured outside by the colourful wildflowers and fluttering garden birds. After camping amid the greenery of their private paddock with family and friends, they began to realise how much fun could be had by pitching a tent on their doorstep. Now they have unbolted the meadow gate, set down the basic facilities and opened up their pristine pastures to the everyday camper.

Maxted Street, Nr Stelling Minnis, Canterbury, Kent CT4 6DJ


3. Becks Bay

Plotted within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Becks Bay Camping sits just 100m from the famous coastal path, overlooking the eponymous cove known locally as Becks Bay. In almost every direction the land folds away in a mass of summer green, while the nearest roads are all shielded by the bushiest of hedgerows. It’s no surprise that, though small, this sheltered meadow space was destined to become a campsite. It almost seems purpose built for it.

Penally, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 7RX