The traditional holiday isn’t for everyone. Sometimes it’s nice to go on a bit of an adventure. Stay somewhere different or in something different. Our selection of yurts, treehouses, roundhouses and glamping pods give you a holiday experience with a difference, without taking away the relaxation you deserve.
1. Cottage in the Highlands
Location: Moray, Scotland
Best for: A quiet romantic getaway
Cottage in the Highlands in Moray is a stunning yurt, beautifully furnished with a wood burner in the centre to keep you warm. Explore the nearby Cairngorms National Park or the Whiskey Trail for traditional malt whisky.
2. The Round House
Best for: An escape to the countryside
3. Cornflower at Headland Escape
Location: Pembrokeshire, Wales
Best for: A luxury yurt experience
Cornflower at Headland Escape can be found in the depths of Pembrokeshire, on a large farm surrounded by countryside. The yurt is decorated with a pine interior and a wood-burning stove. Outside there are cooking facilities and even a hot tub to enjoy views in.
Tree and roundhouses
4. Log Cabin in Worcestershire
Best for: Staying in a Treehouse
This Log Cabin in Worcestershire is a treehouse, only meters from a lake. With a hot tub and beautifully furnished interior, this is an incredible place to stay. Around Tenbury in Worcestershire are many riverside walks, perfect for a British summer.
5. Fern Leaf Roundhouse
Best for: Luxury roundhouse
Escape the everyday and experience luxury at the Fern Leaf Roundhouse. With underfloor heating, a hot tub and even a cosy armchair for snuggling up to the wood-burning stove, this roundhouse is a real treat. Bude-Stratton in Cornwall provides great walks and beaches nearby.
6. Rolling Hills
Best for: Group adventures
Rolling Hills is made up of two roundhouses with a shared communal area, allowing you to accommodate up to eight people. The communal space has a pizza oven and BBQ, which is perfect for al fresco dining. Nearby is the town of Bishops Castle in Shropshire, which offers shops, pubs and even an Ale Festival.
7. Log Cabin in Scottish Borders
Location: Scottish Borders, Scotland
Best for: Scottish getaway
The Log Cabin in Scottish Borders is a luxury glamping pod, perfect for a countryside getaway in the Scottish Borders. This pod is complete with decking, a hot tub and rainforest shower. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you will never tire of the views.
8. Swallow Bank Lodge
Location: Lake District
Best for: Walking in the Lake District
Swallow Bank Lodge is a modern glamping pod set in the north of the Lake District amongst the fells. The lodge is in the Hutton area and surrounded by fantastic walks, small towns and stunning countryside. The lodge itself has underfloor heating, a double bed and even a private outdoor space.
9. Dragon’s Eye
Location: Llanarth, Wales
Best for: A stunning place to relax
Dragon’s Eye in Llanarth, Wales, is an award-winning glamping pod that gives guests some of the best possible views in Wales. The vast eye-shaped window is a marvel in itself. If that isn’t enough, the bed rotates so you can get the best possible view. A few meters away is a lake where boats and kayaks are available to take out and enjoy.