8 Amazing Group Glamping Spots Across The UK

Ed Maughan
Ed Maughan

Glamping has soared in popularity over the past few years, and it’s easy to see why. Reconnect with nature, take yourself off the grid for a while, relax in peaceful environments, toast marshmallows on open fires, and enjoy some quality time with friends, family or both. We’ve put together eight of our favourite group glamping sites, from yurts to pods, shepherd’s huts to bell tents, each brings a touch of luxury to your next trip.

  1. Escape to the Fields, Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire 
  2. Glamping at Honey Meadow Retreat, Dolton, Great Torrington, Devon
  3. The Old Summer Dairy, West Lydford, Somerset
  4. Wild With Nature, Attleborough, Norfolk
  5. In the Stix, Greetham, Rutland
  6. East Thorne – Cornwall Glamping and Cottages, Bude, Cornwall
  7. Wood View Farm, High Halden, Tenterden, Kent
  8. Stock Gaylard Estate, Sturminster Newton, Dorset

🛏 Sleeps 4 – 40 over 10 Lotus Belle / Bell tents

🍽 Communal BBQs

🎲 Games area

🪵 Communal & private fire pits

🏊‍♀️ Heated outdoor swimming pool

🐕 Pet friendly

Set in picturesque Wiltshire, Escape to the Fields offers the choice of Lotus Belle tents or Bell tents, either booked individually or as a whole site booking if you’re part of a large group. There are a range of activities available across the glamping site, including a heated outdoor swimming pool, resident alpacas, sheep and pygmy goats, and a covered games area. The site is located just 5 minutes from the famous Royal Wootton Bassett, and around 20 minutes from Cotswold Water Park where you’ll find a range of water sports, and even a beach!

🛏 Sleeps 2 – 16 in 4 glamping units

🪵 Private fire pits

🍽 Private BBQs

🎾 Tennis court

🛝 Trampoline

🪵 Wood fired baths

🐕 Pet friendly

Honey Meadow Retreat offers a range of different glamping units, including a geodome, safari lodge and shepherds hut. Set within 4 acres of beautiful countryside, you’ll be able to relax in your wood-fired bath while taking in the views, or enjoy some time in your own paddock. The site offers plenty of entertainment for the whole group, including a tennis court and croquet lawn. If you fancy tasting some local delicacies, why not ask for a breakfast or BBQ hamper, prepared by owner Harriet, a chef by profession. Located within an hour of a range of seaside resorts such as Ilfracombe and Westward Ho! as well as some jaw dropping walking routes along the South West Coastal Path, or the Hartland Heritage North Devon Coast, you’ll be spoilt for choice for days out, as well as enjoying your days on site.

🛏 Sleeps 2 – 41 over a range of glamping options

🪵 Communal fire pit

🍽 BBQ area

🌳 Hammocks

🏊‍♀️ Wild swimming in local river

The Old Summer Dairy features 6m bell tents which each offer super comfy and roomy glamping accommodation. On-site you’ll also find a fully equipped kitchen, toilets and showers, a covered barn for socialising and dining, as well as a BBQ area and an additional barn which serves as a relaxation area. If your party number demands, they also have a range of additional accommodation available such as a vintage caravan and cabin. You’ll also find plenty of space outside for activities and games, the hosts will be very happy to help you organise activities through their many contacts should you wish to. The site is located around 6 miles from Glastonbury, and a 30 minute from Cheddar Gorge, so you’ll have plenty of options for easy day trips should you wish to leave the site.

🛏 Sleeps 2 – 26 over a mix of shepherd huts & yurts

🪵 Fire pits

🍕 Pizza oven

⚽️ Ball games available

🔥 Wood burners in each hut

🏊‍♀️ Wild swimming / paddle boards / kayaks available

Wild With Nature offers a range of different group glamping accommodations, making it perfect for multi-generational bookings. The options include shepherd’s huts, yurts, and huts which come with their own fire-pit, and private bathroom. Central to the site you’ll find the communal safari tent, which features two cooking areas, a dining area, wood burner and comfy seating. Should the weather suit, you’ll also find an outdoor kitchen complete with wood-fired pizza oven. During you stay, make sure to head to the 8-acre lake to take part in some wild swimming, paddle boarding or sailing. Off-site you’ll find yourself just a 30-minute drive from the bustling city of Norwich, and just a short distance from Norfolk and Suffolk coasts.

🛏 Sleeps 6 – 36 over 6 geodesic domes

🍕 Pizza oven

🪵 Log burners

💦 Private hot tub with each dome

🔥 Communal fire pit

🐕 Pet friendly

In the Stix is made up of 6 geodesic domes, each offering 2 bedrooms, a living room with log burner, kitchen area, and en suite bathrooms. Outside you’ll find your own wood-fired pizza oven, and even a private hot tub! These domes really do offer luxury glamping at its best. You’ll have plenty of space to yourselves with all of this to enjoy in your dome, but there are still lovely communal areas for the group to come together around the fire pit. The site is located in the rural and unspoilt county of Rutland, near Stamford. You’re only a 15-minute drive from the historic town of Oakham, where you can book a range of activities, explore some local shops or enjoy some of the local cafés and restaurants available.

🛏 Sleeps 4 – 54 over a mix of cottages and roundhouses

⚽️ Outdoor games

🪵 Woodburners

🔥 Communal camp fire

🛝 Playpark

💦 Hot tubs

🐕 Pet friendly

Cornwall Glamping and Cottages offer a range of different accommodation options. Their Roundhouses are luxury wooden yurts, featuring en-suite bathrooms, underfloor heating and their own hot tubs, where their traditional cottages offer log burners, and comfy, tasteful interiors. The younger generation will love helping with egg collecting from the local chickens, or taking part in animal feeding, and have plenty of space to explore, run around and ride their bikes. The site also features the ‘Tallet’ barn, a covered, heated space offering a wood-burning clay oven and grill for family meal times. You’ll find yourself only 3.5 miles from the North Cornwall coast, and the owners are more than happy to help you find activities either on or offsite to keep the whole family entertained throughout your visit.

🛏 Sleeps 2 – 100 in a range of bell tents

🍽 BBQs

🪵 Communal firepits

🛝 Children’s play area

👩‍🍳 Communal outdoor kitchen

🌳 Large garden to explore

This rural glamping site offers a large number of 5-meter bell tents, with 6 tents available in each of the 3 glamping areas, giving you total flexibility whether you are a small, medium or large group. Onsite, you’ll find plenty of kitchen facilities for your group to come together at meal times, as well as communal fire pits, BBQ’s and even a children’s play area for the younger members of the group to enjoy. This glamp-site is located in a popular tourist area, and you’ll have access to a range of activities and days out, including steam trains, castles, shopping trips, Go Ape, and a range of different restaurants.

🛏 Sleeps 2 – 14 over 3 yurts


🪵 Camp fire

🌳 Fields and woodland to explore

🐕 Pet friendly

Stock Gaylard Estate offers four separate glamping sites, sleeping 2 – 14 people per site. Each site offers totally individual accommodation, including yurts, shepherd’s huts, and even a bus! Within your site, you’ll have your own cooking and living set up, offering complete privacy within your camp regardless of other group bookings. You’ll find BBQ’s and campfires for al fresco get-togethers, as well as plenty of fields and woodland to explore. Located in rural Dorset, you’ll discover plenty of quaint, local pubs for dining out. If you want to venture somewhere a little busier, you’re only a short drive from the town of Sturminster Newton, where you can browse the local shops and cafés, or venture slightly further afield to the historic town of Sherborne, where you can explore two castles, the local abbey, or just enjoy a wander around the wide mix of independent shops, high-street brands and markets.


1. What should I pack for a glamping trip? 

Glamping sites by their nature tend to be super rural, which of course adds to the appeal! However, this means the ground is often rough terrain, and both WiFi and electricity are often limited. A few things that might make your stay more comfortable are: 

  • Sturdy boots / shoes
  • A wind up torch for the darker evenings or getting back to your accommodation at night
  • Powerbank incase you need to recharge your phone / device
  • Warm clothing for evenings outdoor
  • Bathrobe for sites where there is a separate shower block
  • Waterproof layers, just incase the great British weather lets you down! 

2. Can I take my dog glamping? 

This is completely dependant on the site, some of them are more than happy for you to bring Fido, others, for example those on working farms, have a no pet policy to protect their own animals. The owners will always be very transparant about this so it’s always nice and easy to check.

3. Do I need to bring my own bedding or towels glamping? 

All of the glamping sites on our list include bedding, however, a couple of them ask you to bring your own towels.

It’s really easy to double check through each properties page on the Group Accommodation site, so make sure to have a look just to be sure. 

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