Glamping Cheshire: 20 Amazing Places You Need to Stay At [2021]


Planning a glamping holiday to Cheshire?

Well, you’ve come to the right place, because I’ve rounded up the best of the bunch for you!

That means all you need to do now is sit back, scroll and pick out the glamping site in Cheshire that most takes your fancy.

(I’m basically doing all the hard work for you. Well, without actually paying for the holiday – sorry about that!)

So from shepherds huts and yurts to pods and bell tents, here are 20 amazing glamping holidays in Cheshire.

1. Welltrough Hall Farm Woodland Hut


Price per night: From £125 for 2 people

Location: Lower Withington, nr Whisterfield

Why stay here: Welltrough Hall Farm Woodland Hut is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Cheshire for that spacious decking alone. I mean, evenings don’t get much better than dining alfresco before heading for a long dip in the hot tub with a glass of bubbly in hand! Oh, and did I mention that the views are unreal too? However, this hut is so much more than its surroundings. Inside, the adult-only hut is beautifully furnished to the highest standard, with a double bed, kitchen, TV, ensuite, and so much more! Get me here pronto.

What guests say: “It was just perfect. The wood-fired hot tub is the most romantic touch, and the views from the hot tub, and even the bed are just phenomenal. It had everything we needed… a comfy bed, a TV with Netflix, heating, a beautiful outdoor seating area, I honestly couldn’t fault it! It is so quiet and secluded, and the place was also SPOTLESS!”

2. Welltrough Hall Farm Glamping Pods


Price per night: From £71 for 2 people

Location: Lower Withington, nr Whisterfield

Why stay here: Set on the same scenic farm as the Woodland Hut, you’ll find a handful of gorgeous little Glamping Pods that all benefit from their own wood-fired hot tubs. And let’s be honest, hot tub views don’t get much better than this. Set in the beautiful surroundings of a 270-acre working farm, the views are to die for. Plus, you’re only two fields away from a country pub. Not bad, huh? This adult-only pod really is the ultimate budget-friendly romantic getaway for two. Inside you’ll find a double bed, kitchen, and en-suite, making for a very comfortable break away.

What guests say: “Nick the owner is friendly and helpful. The site is immaculate with stunning views. We enjoyed the farm walk and the on-site animals. The pod itself was fabulous, we thoroughly enjoyed the wood-fired hot tub and finishing touches such as the fairy lights and hanging baskets. Lovely atmosphere, completely peaceful and totally what we needed.”

3. The Lakehouse Cabin


Price per night: From £145 for 2 people

Location: Coddington, nr Wrexham

Why stay here: There are countless reasons to book a stay in The Lakehouse Cabin. From the freestanding copper bath to the lake views to the beautiful, modern interiors, this place really is a little slice of paradise. This oasis will have you feeling totally rejuvenated in no time. Just throw on your luscious complimentary robes, fold the doors back, and soak up the views! Or, if the weather’s not on your side, you can cosy up by the wood burner and take in the views through the vast windows. No matter how you spend your time here, I promise it’ll be a stay to remember.

What guests say: “Wow wow wow – where do we start?! My partner got to the gate before me and got inside, he was so wowed he knew he had to film my reaction when I walked through the gate – I just fell in love and couldn’t believe how incredible this place was. We were able to completely switch off, relax and eat cheese and wine until we had a bath on deck and then rolled into bed.”

4. Barton Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £110 for 2 people

Location: Barton, nr Wrexham

Why stay here: If peace and quiet are what you’re looking for, then look no further than Barton Shepherds Hut. The shepherd’s hut is set on a gorgeous farm with uninterrupted views across the Dee Valley, meaning you’ll be staying in one of the best pockets of Cheshire countryside. Inside, the shepherd’s hut is just as great and its unique 1950s theme will transport you back to a time when life was simpler. The perfect way to help you switch off from modern life! And when the hut benefits from original sprung double beds with top quality mattresses and bedding, you’re sure to get a good night’s sleep here.

What guests say: “Such a gorgeous shepherds hut, beautifully decorated retro style with lots of extras and attention to detail. Last night I sat outside on the furniture provided, I enjoyed a glass of wine overlooking the fields with a small outdoor fire pit, blissful. The setting is in a natural meadow with wildflowers and mown walkways – very peaceful.”

5. Lady Heyes Pods


Price per night: From £90 for 2 people

Location: Frodsham, nr Runcorn

Why stay here: You’ve probably seen a fair few glamping pods in your time. They’re one of the most popular glamping options out there because they’re usually pretty cheap. But Lady Heyes Pods are more than just your typical glamping pods because they all come complete with their own private hot tub. Book one of their Superior or Deluxe Pods if you want a little more luxury, or opt for their Original or Windsor Pods if you want to save some pennies! No matter which you opt for, they all benefit from the luxury of a private hot tub so you can soak to your heart’s content.

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What guests say: “Absolutely stunning pod, spacious as well as nice and clean. All staff very helpful and polite. Hot tub amazing, especially at night with the LED lights! The clubhouse is very elegant, the tea rooms have a large variety of cakes as well as serving breakfast and afternoon teas, at the other end of the clubhouse is a well-stocked bar!”

6. Lloyds Meadow Bell Tents


Price per night: From £75 for 2 people

Location: Mouldsworth, nr Chester

Why stay here: I can’t get enough of Lloyds Meadow Bell Tents. They just scream romance! I’m already daydreaming about cosying up in one of them on a warm summer evening while taking in the twinkling of fairy lights and lanterns around me. If that’s not a little slice of heaven, I don’t know what is. These luxury five-metre bell tents are each nestled in their own private area by one of the lakes to ensure complete peace and privacy. But if the scenic surroundings are somehow not enough to convince you to book a stay here, you’ve also got award-winning mattresses and high quality 12 tog feather and down duvets to do the trick!

What guests say: “An absolutely fantastic weekend. The site is beautiful and from the moment we arrived the service was brilliant. Sarah and Danny went above and beyond to make sure it was an enjoyable weekend. The tents were fabulous, a great amount of space, decorated beautifully and the beds so comfortable. The toilets and showers were immaculate all weekend. We had the breakfast hamper and it was to a really high standard.”

7. Hobbit Retreat


Price per night: From £88 for 3 people

Location: Bridgemere, nr Nantwich

Why stay here: Lord of the Rings fans rejoice because I might have just found you the best place to go glamping in Cheshire for you. Hobbit Retreat may be designed with hobbits in mind but I think it’d make a great holiday home for you too! The surprisingly spacious accommodation is seriously quirky and unique with all the features you’d expect from a hobbit hole, including round doors and windows. The pod itself is situated in a paddock in its own private grounds, benefitting from complete peace and tranquillity. 

What guests say: “Everything was absolutely superb! Sam was so accommodating and nothing was too much hassle. Truly the perfect host. The accommodation was perfect! It was absolutely spotless and such a lovely location. Sam had thought of everything needed from cooking utensils for the BBQ to cosy blankets.”

8. Copperbeech Bowtop & Cabin


Price per night: From £80 for 2 people

Location: Tilston, nr Wrexham

Why stay here: So you’re planning your glamping holiday in Cheshire but you just can’t decide between all the amazing accommodation options. I feel your pain. Well, at Copperbeech you can get two for the price of one! Yep, that’s right, you sleep in your bow top gypsy wagon and do everything else in your little cabin! The wagon is a little more back-to-basics, comprising just your bed, but the cabin is ridiculously luxurious with a fully-fitted kitchen, dining and living area, and bathroom. This really is the best of both worlds. And best of all, they both benefit from incredible views over a small wooded area with a stream babbling through it.

What guests say: “The Lodge was wonderfully equipped and comfortable and the gypsy caravan has been restored beautifully and was surprisingly comfortable. The welcome pack of cheese and biscuits, chocolate bars, apples and Prosecco was much appreciated. The shower room was lovely with everything provided. It was just lovely to sit out and enjoy the peace and quiet.”

9. Snape Bank Ryeland Yurt


Price per night: From £96 for 4 people

Location: Englesea Brook, nr Crewe

Why stay here: The romantic and off-grid Snape Bank Ryeland Yurt is well-placed for you to enjoy some of Cheshire’s best countryside. There are lovely walks right on your doorstep, a nearby golf course, local fishing, and even off-road experiences available on-site. However, the surroundings aren’t the only reason to book a stay here. The yurt is ridiculously cosy with a comfy double bed, dining area, and wood burner for you to use. The space is best suited to a couple but can sleep up to four people with an additional two floor mattresses available if you want to bring the kids along with you!

What guests say: “I had such a lovely time in the yurt! It’s a lot bigger than I expected. There were lots of cute little personal touches and when we got the fire going in the furnace it was very cosy. I was worried I’d be cold at night and I brought an extra quilt which I didn’t need as the bed was very comfy with a thick quilt on it. Overall amazing stay!”

10. Bradley Hall Glamping Pods


Price per night: From £85 for 2 people

Location: Bradley, nr Whitchurch

Why stay here: Set on a 106-acre farm on the Shropshire/Wales border, Bradley Hall Rural Escapes is seriously scenic! You have five luxurious glamping pods to choose from, each benefitting from unspoilt views of Malpas. They vary in terms of size but you can rest assured that they all come complete with a double bed, kitchenette, living area, and en-suite. And you’ll even receive a welcome pack on your arrival filled with a sweet treat, Nespresso coffee pods, and more! Outside is a private patio area with a table and chairs and a BBQ, ideal for long summer evenings spent dining alfresco.

What guests say: “An absolute gem of a find! If you’re after an immaculate, peaceful and comfy hideaway, this is the place. Our pod was toasty warm with all of the home comforts and essentials such as homemade chocolate brownies you could ever need. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a cosy weekend of peace and tranquillity.”

11. Little Idyll Shepherds Huts


Price per night: From £130 for 2 people

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Location: Willington, nr Tarporley

Why stay here: Little Idyll Shepherds Huts really are idyllic. It’s safe to say that this is one of my favourite places to go glamping in Cheshire. I’m not sure what I love more about this place: the beautiful interiors or the outdoor dining set-up. Well, while I worry about whether I’m going to enjoy my breakfast alfresco or cosied up inside, you can start soaking up the gorgeous interior and surroundings. The huts benefit from bespoke oak fitted furniture, handmade kitchen units, and electrics and plumbing, so you’re really not left wishing for anything more!

What guests say: “Our trip was absolutely perfect from start to finish! The hut is located on a farm in the most idyllic, secluded spot overlooking acres of fields. It was so peaceful with no noise other than bird song. The interior of the hut was pristine and cosy – a real home from home. The bed was extremely comfy and it was so nice to open the blinds to such a picturesque view.”

12. Paca Pod


Price per night: From £97 for 2 people

Location: Heswall, nr Liverpool

Why stay here: Paca Pod is easily one of the more modern and well-equipped glamping pods I’ve ever seen (and believe me I’ve seen a lot in my time!). But just because it’s well-equipped, it doesn’t mean it lacks in charm and character. From the bright yellow armchair to the lighthouse lamp, there are plenty of quirks to discover inside. And that’s not to mention your surroundings, and more importantly, your neighbours! Yep, that’s right, you’ve got none other than a friendly field of alpacas as your neighbours. Oh, and donkeys, chickens, ducks, cats and a dog. 

What guests say: “Absolutely stunning. We would 100% recommend this beautiful alpaca pod! The facilities, animals and atmosphere were so perfect and so much thought and effort went into everything. The animals are just gorgeous! Thank you so much – we will definitely be returning!”

13. Cheshire Farm Yurts


Price per night: From £90 for 4 people

Location: Newton, nr Chester

Why stay here: Cosy and well-equipped, Cheshire Farm Yurts is one of the cutest glamping holidays in Cheshire. The traditional Mongolian yurts can double as either a romantic hideaway for two or a family holiday home. If romance is what you’re after, the luxurious double bed will do the trick, or if you fold out the two sofas, the yurt becomes a perfect family unit. There’s also electricity and cooking facilities, so you’ll be left wanting for nothing!

What guests say: “Amazing setting and accommodation. Loads of room for kids to run around and play. Facilities include microwave, hob, Tassimo coffee machine with a couple of pods, loads of cutlery and mugs, BBQ and utensils. All in all, amazing and we’ll be back.”

14. Whitelee Farm Shepherds Huts


Price per night: From £95 for 2 people

Location: Danebridge, nr Macclesfield

Why stay here: If you want to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life, then Whitelee Farm Shepherds Huts is one of the best places to do just that. Set in a peaceful pocket of Cheshire countryside, a stay here will soon have you switching off your phone to enjoy some fresh air and quality time with your loved one. Created by an Artisan wood craftsman in North Wales, the huts themselves are finished to the highest standard. From a sumptuous kingsize bed with a memory foam mattress to a luxurious en-suite bathroom, it doesn’t get much better than this.

What guests say: “We were met by Emma the owner who can’t do enough for you The shepherds hut was beautiful, it had everything you could need. Every detail was of a high standard; it was comfortable and cosy, with the log burner it heated very efficiently and stayed warm. The views from the hut were breathtaking, I could sit on the porch all day admiring it.”

15. Kiss Wood Cabins


Price per night: From £100 for 2 people

Location: Wincle, nr Congleton

Why stay here: Kiss Wood Cabins may be simple but that doesn’t make them any less special. Not least because they benefit from some of the best views of any glamping site in Cheshire! Set in the beautiful Peak District, the walks on your doorstep really are endless but if you just want to kick back, relax and soak up the views, you can do that from your outdoor seating, picnic table or hot tub. Yep, that’s right – two of the pods benefit from their own hot tub! If that’s not reason enough to book a stay here then I don’t know what is.

What guests say: “This was our first glamping experience, and it was perfect. Sarah was very helpful, and even included a complimentary box of choccies. The hot tub is amazing, and it’s just a perfect spot in the countryside!”

16. Cheshire Shepherd’s Hut


Price per night: From £137 for 2 people

Location: Bartington, nr Northwich

Why stay here: Tucked away in recently landscaped private gardens alongside the River Weaver in the Cheshire countryside, this Shepherd’s Hut has ‘cute’ written all over it. These surroundings are seriously picturesque! Despite the wood-fired hot tub, picnic table, and two benches outside, you’ll have a hard time being pulled away from the hut because it’s just that beautiful. The hut houses everything you could need and more, including a kitchen, dining table, and double bed. Your private toilet and shower room is just a stone’s throw away, but believe me, it’s worth the walk!

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What guests say: “Expect a beautiful space in the most stunning scenery, with so much more space than you see in the photos and amazing facilities available. Barbara and David are exceptional hosts who couldn’t do enough. The most thoughtful touches are included and it is maintained and cleaned beautifully – I am obsessed with cleanliness and this was 5*.”

17. Marbury Camp Glamping Pods


Price per night: From £63 for 4 people

Location: Hollyhurst, nr Whitchurch

Why stay here: The uniquely shaped Marbury Camp Glamping Pods are a great option for a small family, group of friends, or even for a couple looking for a little more space. Sleeping up to four people each, the pods comprise a double bed in the bedroom, a double sofa bed in the living area, and a separate shower and toilet. They also benefit from a kitchen, dining table, TV and central heating, so you really have everything you could need inside! But if you do choose to venture outside, there’s a patio, picnic bench and fire pit where you can toast marshmallows as the sun goes down.

What guests say: “The pod was spotlessly clean, as was the site. Kitted out with everything you’d need for a short break. Lovely views from the terrace and such a peaceful and quiet location. Great place to switch off and recharge the batteries. Added bonus was the lovely shower – hot and powerful! The site owners were also lovely and very friendly.”

18. Newton Hall Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £50 for 2 people

Location: Newton, nr Chester

Why stay here: Newton Hall Shepherds Hut may be small and simple but when it only sets you back £25 each a night, there’s really nothing to complain about! In fact, it’s the cheapest glamping holiday in Cheshire. Inside you’ll find a double bed, kitchenette, and an en-suite, and outside there’s seating for two so you can enjoy your meals alfresco. Your hosts provide a few bits to get your stay off to a great start, including milk, tea, coffee, sugar, and cereal. Lovely!

What guests say: “This small but spacious shepherds hut is lovely and great value for money! The bed was comfortable, the shower was wonderful and we had everything we needed for a long weekend away. The shepherd’s hut has good countryside views and is in a quiet location.”

19. Lazy Bear Hideaway Cabin


Price per night: From £185 for 3 people

Location: Burton, nr Chester

Why stay here: Lazy Bear Hideaway Cabin is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Cheshire. I mean, just look at it! If this cabin doesn’t just scream ‘cosy’ then I don’t know what will. It’s safe to say that I’d be chuffed with a stay here no matter rain or shine. In the sunshine, you can explore your surroundings (a private lake, woodlands and open fields) and in rain, you can curl up inside in front of the log-burning stove. And the best bit is that you can relax in the steamy wood-fired hot tub or on the covered porch either way!

What guests say: “Gorgeous. Magical. Stunning. Unforgettable. Quirky. Historical. Relaxed are just a few words I would use to describe this beautiful place. The host is wonderful and it is clear a lot of thought and effort has gone into making this place what it is.”

20. Nantwich Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £103 for 2 people

Location: Baddiley, nr Nantwich

Why stay here: A hot tub, outdoor dining facilities, and a spacious shepherds hut. Need you ask for much more from a glamping holiday in Cheshire? Well, luckily for you, the handcrafted Nantwich Shepherds Hut delivers all of that and then some. The interior is beautifully immaculate and furnished to the highest standard, to the point that this might be one of the most gorgeous shepherds huts I’ve ever seen. With everything from a smart TV with Netflix to luxurious white robes to a delicious welcome hamper awaiting your arrival, I think it’s easy to see why this is one of my favourite glamping holidays with a hot tub in the North West.

What guests say: “Wow it looked amazing! The hot tub was heated up ready for our arrival. The hut was sparkling clean and the beautiful fairy lights were a stylish touch. Sue and Chris gave great advice on local walks and made us feel welcome from start to finish. Everything about this place exceeded our expectations, it is a great retreat for couples.”


So there you have it: 20 amazing glamping holidays in Cheshire! Which of these glamping holidays in Cheshire are you most desperate to book now? Please let me know in the comments below. I’m personally torn between Little Idyll Shepherds Huts, The Lakehouse Cabin, and Welltrough Hall Farm Woodland Hut!

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