Glamping Gloucestershire: 33 Amazing Places to Stay [2024]


I may be a little biased because I grew up just one county over in beautiful Herefordshire, but Gloucestershire is easily one of the most beautiful places in the UK.

You’ve got amazing scenery, great history, and – perhaps surprisingly – some of the best glamping accommodation in the country!

If you’re planning a glamping holiday in Gloucestershire, you’re in luck because there are so many amazing places to choose from and I’ve rounded them all up here for you.

So from treehouses and safari tents to shepherds huts and geodomes, here are 33 amazing glamping holidays in Gloucestershire.

1. The Wright Retreat Shepherds Huts


Price per night: From £110 for 2 people

Location: Breadstone, nr Berkeley

If you’re looking for a relaxing, romantic getaway with your other half, then look no further than The Wright Retreat Shepherds Huts.

Whether it’s toasting marshmallows around the campfire at sunset or cosying up in your sumptuous double bed, a stay on this adult-only glamping site is basically synonymous with romance.

There are three huts to choose from, each of which benefits from a hot tub, double hammock, deck chairs, and more. Ready to relax? Me too!

What guests say: “I do not think words can describe what a wonderful stay we had. Firstly the owners are amazing and nothing was too much trouble. the place is very well equipped and the attention to detail was the finishing touch. Extremely comfortable bed, wonderful jacuzzi to relax in, firepit/BBQ.”

2. Squirrel’s Nest Treehouse


Price per night: From £150 for 2 people

Location: Whitecroft, nr Lydney

Squirrel’s Nest Treehouse is one of my favourite places to go glamping in Gloucestershire, and now that you’ve seen the photo above, I’m sure you’re not wondering why that is.

I mean, it’s pretty beautiful, isn’t it?

I’m already daydreaming about enjoying my breakfast alfresco on that decking while watching the sunrise. Heavenly? I think so!

The treehouse comes complete with all sorts of luxuries, such as a pizza oven, BBQ hut, kitchen, wood-burner, and en-suite bathroom.

What guests say: “The treehouse is fabulous. Immaculately clean and everything is thought of. The shower is lovely, the bed is super comfy and the balcony is perfect for a glass of wine and watching the wildlife. We also enjoyed the BBQ in the hut on the pond – we spend our whole evening in there!”

3. The Roost Glamping Cabins


Price per night: From £110 for 2 people

Location: Plump Hill, nr Cinderford

If you’re a fan of beautiful interiors, love all the little luxuries, or are impartial to a hot tub dip (I mean, surely that’s all of us, right?), you’ll fall weak at the knees for The Roost Glamping Cabins.

With comfy king-size beds, luxurious bathrooms, and a wood burner, these romantic little cabins are something seriously special.

However, if all of this somehow wasn’t already enough, you can even pay extra for little special touches, such as a continental or cooked breakfast box, cake and candles, teatime treats, or vegan bakes!

What guests say: “The cabin was spotless on arrival and once again the jam and scones waiting for us were very welcome. Everything about the site encourages nature and we were lucky enough to see an owl one evening, perched and silhouetted against the darkening sky followed by a buzzard perched on a wooden post the next.”

4. Warwick Knight Caravan


Price per night: From £95 for 2 adults and 2 children

Location: Longney, nr Gloucester

If you’re looking for one of the more unique glamping holidays in Gloucestershire, you’ve found it in Warwick Knight Caravan.

This caravan is unique on so many different levels! From the iconic rooftop garden to the lovingly handcrafted interior to the amazing surroundings, there’s so much to love about this caravan.

Spend your mornings eating breakfast alfresco on the deck, your days exploring the local area, and your evenings cosied up by the fire pit or log burner.

You’ll return to normal life feeling totally rejuvenated!

What guests say: “Our stay in Warwick Knight was more than we had hoped for. With the amazing hospitality from Ali and Rich who couldn’t do enough for us, the complimentary lemon drizzle cake and prosecco, and the stunning Warwick Knight set amongst a smallholding of the most friendly animals.”

5. The Hudnalls Hideout Treehouse


Price per night: From £275 for 2 people

Location: Coldharbour, nr Coleford

The Hudnalls Hideout Treehouse might just be my favourite place to go glamping in Gloucestershire, and that’s not only because treehouses are my absolute favourite glamping accommodation.

I mean, the photo above speaks for itself but when you click through to the rest of the photos, you’ll see why it’s my favourite.

Think beautiful Scandi interiors, a suspended fireplace, spacious decking, an outdoor bathtub, sun loungers, a hammock, a Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary welcome treats and toiletries, and so, so much more!

What guests say: “We came with high expectations and they were definitely exceeded. Getting there is an adventure in itself, it’s certainly off the beaten track. Everywhere you look the attention to detail is apparent and the setting is beautiful. We appreciated the local welcome gifts from Sarah which were delicious.”

6. The Dome Garden Geodomes


Price per night: From £75 for 2 people, £107 for 4 people, or £171 for 8 people

Location: Mile End, nr Coleford

Great for families, friends, and even couples, The Dome Garden Geodomes are wonderfully unique.

This magical eco-encampment is set in the heart of the Forest of Dean and comprises a whopping seven domes, as well as some additional lodge rooms.

This means there’s plenty for you to choose from, whether you’re looking for a romantic dome for two or an eight-person dome for the whole family!

From elevated flying beds to Hobbit domes, they feature all sorts of quirks that will make your stay a memorable one.

What guests say: “The Dome Garden did not disappoint! The dome was spacious and light, and we were all able to really relax. We loved heating our own water and using the rocket kettle and “herb fridge”. We did pizza-making on-site and had a lovely cooked breakfast one morning. There is a zip wire at the site which we used (despite probably being too old for it!).”

7. Mrs Mills’ Yurts


Price per night: From £100 for 2 people

Location: Dursley Cross, nr Ross-on-Wye

With prices starting from just £50 per person a night, you really can’t go wrong with a stay at Mrs Mills’ Yurts.

A stay here means a wood-fired hot tub, spacious outdoor decking, and a beautiful interior.

What more could you possibly want?

Set in six acres of gorgeous countryside, there are an impressive four yurts to choose from, each as wonderful as the last.

They all benefit from cosy beds, a wood burner, a kitchenette, and a fire pit and BBQ outside.

However, if these somehow don’t take your fancy, there are also two Glampervans on-site too!

What guests say: “Our four days here have far surpassed our expectations. The site itself is set on beautiful grounds, the yurts are comfortable and brilliantly equipped. Added details such as freshly baked cakes delivered every afternoon, breakfast hamper on the first morning and a decanter of sherry left in the yurt really add to the experience.”

8. Middle Lypiatt Safari Tent


Price per night: From £177 for 6 people

Location: Middle Lypiatt, nr Stroud

If you’ve ever dreamt of going on a safari but know deep down that it’s just a pipedream, Middle Lypiatt Safari Tent will help you live out your safari dreams at a tiny fraction of the price.

Set six feet above the ground in a twelve-acre field, this safari tent has commanding views over the Toadsmoor Valley, with a spacious BBQ area for you to soak up the evening sun.

Inside you’ll also find a fully-fitted kitchen, four beds, and an en-suite bathroom with a power shower.

This really is the height of luxury!

What guests say: “The whole thing was above and beyond what any of us expected. Starting with Matt, he was kind, engaging and responsive. The tent itself is PHENOMENAL! Firstly it’s MASSIVE! The sofa and leather chair are so plush and comfortable, there are plenty of lights and charging points. So many lovely touches inside. Hot water bottles, bread, milk, super-powerful induction hob.” 

9. Wildwood Bluebell Bell Tents


Price per night: From £480 for 16 people

Location: Donnington, nr Stow-on-the-Wold

Planning a glamping holiday in Gloucestershire with a huge group of people?

Whether it’s a big family reunion, a hen do, or hey, maybe you just have loads of friends, Wildwood Bluebell Bell Tents is the perfect accommodation option for you!

Discover your own private meadow with six fun, furnished tents that come complete with fairy lights, lanterns, handmade cushions, and a grass-like carpet.

The meadow also benefits from plenty of communal spaces for you to all hang out together too!

Drinks, anyone?

What guests say: “We had singalongs around the fire pit, walks in the woods, found a wild swimming hole thirty minutes away, birthday BBQ, and Tesco delivery to the site.. The beds were comfy with extra bedding provided, lots of cutlery and crockery, cool boxes etc. to make this an easy weekend to organise.”

10. Wildwood Bluebell Shepherds Huts


Price per night: From £70 for 2 people

Location: Donnington, nr Stow-on-the-Wold

I don’t think you’ll find much more picturesque surroundings than those at Wildwood Bluebell Shepherds Huts.

It may be in the name but if you can time your stay right, you’ll wake up to a sea of blue surrounding your hut.

The hut is also filled with so many lovely touches that will make your stay that extra bit more special.

Think fresh flowers, a welcome bottle of wine, a selection of books, cards and games, and even a hammock outside!

It’s safe to say that there’s no chance of getting bored here no matter rain or shine.

What guests say: “The little hut is situated in a beautiful setting, nestled in the midst of a wood and when we stayed the canopy of trees were resplendent in their autumn glory. The cosy hut, with its tiny wood-burning stove is snug and warm. The hosts are welcoming, helpful and on hand, if they are needed. If you want to escape and reconnect with nature – this is an idyllic spot.”

11. The Fuselage Cabin


Price per night: From £130 for 4 people

Location: Lypiatt, nr Stroud

You may be thinking ‘how on earth does The Fuselage Cabin sleep up to four people?’ but this cute little cabin is surprisingly spacious. It’s like a Tardis really!

Inside you’ll find both a double bed and a bunk bed, as well as a cosy wood-burner, and outside you’ll find a separate loo hut, as well as a fire bowl from which to enjoy the amazing sunsets.

And yes, they are amazing!

Cruising at 700ft above sea level with enviable views over the Cotswolds, The Fuselage is home to some of the best sunset views of any glamping site in Gloucestershire.

What guests say: We had the loveliest stay. Kate gave us an incredibly warm welcome – with flowers, brownies, fresh farm milk for our tea and lovely organic fruit – and we were immediately toasty and at home in the gorgeous pod. The structure and layout of the space is cosy and calming, and the high quality of all the pillows and bedding helped us snuggle in.”

12. Westley Farm Yurts


Price per night: From £149 for 2 people

Location: Oakridge, nr Stroud

Home to yurts, a cabin, and a so-called ‘zen den’, Westley Farm Glamping is filled with plenty of choice for those who can’t quite decide where they want to stay.

Their yurts are one of their most special offerings as they’re some of the most beautiful yurts I’ve ever seen. (And believe me, I’ve seen a lot in my time!)

Not only are their interiors beautiful, but each yurt also benefits from an outdoor bath.

Made with romantic soaks with your other half in mind, this is easily one of the most romantic places to go glamping in Gloucestershire.

What guests say: “The zen den is the perfect getaway! Ali and Den have designed the den with the best care and to the finest detail, and they were always available throughout the whole stay! We had logs, barbecue coals and all essentials ready as we arrived, plus some goodies that were really appreciated! The nature around the farm is breathtaking.”

13. Westley Farm Gold Rush Cabin


Price per night: From £149 for 2 people

Location: Oakridge, nr Stroud

If the yurts somehow don’t take your fancy (though you’d be mad to not like them!), I also can’t get enough of Westley Farm Gold Rush Cabin.

Set in a picturesque pocket of Gloucestershire countryside, this is the perfect place to bliss out and unwind from modern life.

Whether you hop into your hammock or your Western Red cedar wood-fired hot tub first is up to you, but either way, you’re guaranteed ultimate relaxation.

The interior of the cabin is just as beautiful as its surroundings with cushions, throws and rugs aplenty to keep you super snug.

What guests say: “Goldrush cabin is a thoughtfully designed escape from the rat race. Comfortable bed and fun design of kitchen and shower. Wonderful being able to cook outside on the decking. The watering can shower and dead man’s tub are great. Such a tranquil peaceful area to sit and watch the birds and wildlife.”

14. Larch Clad Pods


Price per night: From £120 for 2 people

Location: Kingscote, nr Stroud

I’ve seen my fair share of glamping pods in my time but not many come close to these Larch Clad Pods.

Modern, luxurious and set in some of Gloucestershire’s best countryside, there’s nothing not to love about this accommodation!

The pods are full of modern touches that ensure a good night’s sleep and total comfort.

From a ridiculously cosy double bed to a fully-fitted kitchen to Wi-Fi and a TV, you won’t miss anything from home!

On top of all this, each pod also has a dining area, sofa, and an en-suite bathroom. You’re sorted!

What guests say: “The best place I’ve ever stayed. The pod was so cosy, charming and comfortable. The location was absolutely stunning and the staff are so friendly. Will definitely be back again.”

15. Converted Horse Lorry


Price per night: From £75 for 2 people

Location: The Camp, nr Stroud

How many people can say they’ve slept in a Converted Horse Lorry?

Not many, that’s for sure!

But if you book a stay in this stylish converted 7.5-tonne horsebox, you can be that person!

However, there are so many more reasons to book a stay here, beyond just how unique it is.

I think the best place to start is by mentioning the beautiful free-standing bath.

Talk about romantic!

There’s also a king-size bed, a small kitchenette, and plenty of hot water to make you feel right at home.

One of the best glamping holidays in Gloucestershire? I think so!

What guests say: “We really loved our stay in the horsebox. The horsebox itself has been beautifully converted, containing all the basic necessities you’ll need, and overlooks the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside. The location offers great independence and, with the lack of electricity, an opportunity to unplug from the world. Sarah was a fantastic host too.”

16. Cherry Tree Glamping Lodges


Price per night: From £110 for 2 people and £130 for 4 people

Location: The Camp, nr Stroud

Nestled in a beautifully secluded spot in the Cotswolds, you’ll find the amazing Cherry Tree Glamping Lodges.

There are four lodges to choose from, each with a name as cute as the last: Squirrel, Butterfly, Bluebell, and Bumblebee!

Each is really well-equipped with all the modern amenities you’d expect from a holiday home but with the added extra of amazing outdoor spaces too.

Expect an outdoor fireplace, outdoor furniture, a BBQ, a private garden, and even your own private hot tub!

Get your partner to cook dinner on the BBQ while you go for a dip in the tub.

It’s only fair since you found it, right?

What guests say: “The lodge had everything you could want. The beds were comfy and the welcome pack had bread, milk, eggs, cereal, biscuits and bananas. There was sugar, salt and pepper, tea and coffee provided. There was a hob to cook on and a microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle. It was like a little home away from home.”

17. Ragmans Lane Farm Yurt


Price per night: From £80 for 2 people

Location: Mill Row, nr Cinderford

For one of the most budget-friendly glamping holidays in Gloucestershire, book a stay in Ragmans Lane Farm Yurt.

This delightful little yurt will set you back only £40 a night each, and for that small price, you’ll get to enjoy the full beauty of their organic farm and its wildlife.

Inside, the yurt is equipped with a toasty wood burner and a cosy handmade king-size bed to keep you warm on those chillier nights.

There’s also a table and two chairs for you to dine indoors if the weather doesn’t allow you to dine alfresco.

What guests say: From the minute we pulled onto the drive from the road our stay was perfect. What can I say other than WOW the yurt was very comfortably furnished, then we looked at the kitchen area and found it more than adequately stocked with everything we needed. We absolutely loved every minute of it.”

18. Pinnock Wood Farm Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £90 for 2 people

Location: Winchcombe, nr Cheltenham

Luxury shepherds hut with a private wood-fired hot tub? Sign me up!

If that sentence also sounds good to you, then Pinnock Wood Farm Shepherds Hut needs to go to the top of your glamping in Kent bucket list.

Within this craftsman-built shepherds hut, you’ll find a cosy bed alcove with a double bed, kitchen and dining area, and a fully-fitted en-suite bathroom.

On top of this, you also have central heating and a TV. Talk about modern!

What guests say: “Fantastic quiet weekend away. Perfect location if you want to get away from everything. Julie has thought of everything, the shepherd’s hut is immaculate and beautiful throughout. The hot tub is so relaxing and the stars were so bright.” 

19. Painswick Glamping


Price per night: From £74 for 2 people

Location: Painswick, nr Stroud

If you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful, Painswick Glamping is the glamping site in Gloucestershire for you.

There are two options to choose from: Mill Pool Pod and the Shepherds Hut, both of which sleep two people.

Both options are quite simple but they still have everything you’d need for a comfortable stay.

Plus, when you’re only paying £74 a night, who can complain?

On-site you’ll also find a coarse fishing lake with twenty pegs for the keen fishermen among you!

What guests say: “Lovely place and a lovely family! Would highly recommend staying here, so peaceful and a lovely area! Perfect place to go for some relaxation, has everything you’d need for a few nights away! Well equipped and family is very helpful! All-round fantastic.”

20. Moor Farm Safari Tents


Price per night: From £100 for 6 people

Location: Moreton Valence, nr Stroud

Feather Down are famous for their amazing selection of safari tents all across the country and Moor Farm Safari Tents is no exception!

This is one of the best glamping holidays in Gloucestershire for families as there’s plenty to keep the kids occupied on-site.

From pizza-making evenings to fishing and boating to an indoor swimming pool, there’s so much to do.

And that’s not even to mention all the exploring you can get up to on-site. Why not take to the cycle trails?

No matter how you choose to spend your time here, you’re guaranteed a great time.

What guests say: “We’ve been to a few different Feather Down farm venues but this was, by far, our favourite. Richard, the host, was so welcoming. The children loved the farm tour, being able to walk the ponies and the delicious pizza evening. The glamping tent has everything we needed along with a beautiful view.”

21. Campden Yurts


Price per night: From £90 for 4 people

Location: Chipping Campden, nr Broadway

With prices starting from just £22.50 a night each, booking a stay at Campden Yurts is a no-brainer really.

You can choose between Buttercup and Daisy, two spacious 5.5-metre yurts – or hey, why not book both?

They’re both set far apart enough to enjoy their own privacy but close enough that if you book out the whole site you’re not too far away from each other!

Both yurts come complete with their own private bathroom, campfire and hammock area, and Buttercup even has its own fenced paddock which makes it dog-friendly.

What guests say: “The yurts themselves were amazing, spacious, clean and homely. Jayne had even prepared our log burner which was a lovely touch! The land itself provides stunning views, and free ranges chickens wandering around. We were blown away by the surroundings. At night we relaxed in front of our fire, and lay on the grass and stared in awe at the stars, free of light pollution.”

22. Apple Orchard Pods


Price per night: From £35 for 4 people

Location: Westbury-on-Severn

Apple Orchard Pods are more back-to-basics but with a setting this beautiful and a price tag that small, there will be no complaints on your end.

I mean how many glamping sites in Gloucestershire can you stay at for only £9 a night?

There are an impressive nine pods on-site, sleeping between two and four people each, all with electricity and heating.

The site offers a separate amenity block with spotless hot showers so you can freshen up easily!

And the reception also doubles as a licensed bar with free Wi-Fi and board games ready to entertain the whole family.

What guests say: “We hired one of the lovely wooden camping pods for two nights and were not disappointed. The staff were really friendly and helpful and the site was so tidy and modern. The showers had recently been refurbished so we were really impressed with the value for money here. The site is also close to the Forest of Dean bike trails and some nice pubs.”

23. Luxurious and Cosy Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £140 for 2 people

Location: Willersey, nr Broadway

‘Luxurious’ is probably the best word to describe this Luxurious and Cosy Shepherds Hut.

With a comfortable king-sized bed, stylish en-suite, Wi-Fi, TV, mini-fridge and more, this beautifully crafted hut really is something special.

I also can’t get enough of the sheepskin throws, antique armchairs, hand-carved stone basin, and all the other added touches that make the hut so beautiful.

And even better yet, the party continues outside with a bistro-style table and chairs for you to settle down in!

Breakfast alfresco, anyone?

What guests say: “Wow, where to start. What an incredibly beautiful property and an amazing stay. Our hosts Clare and Christian were the friendliest most welcoming people we have ever met. The cosy, spacious and secluded cabin was a home away from home. Beautifully furnished and with what we described as “the comfiest bed we have ever slept in”.”

24. The Wildings Glamping


Price per night: From £55 for 5 people

Location: Bourton-on-the-Water

If you want to save your pennies but still want to go glamping in Gloucestershire, don’t worry because you can go glamping on a budget at The Wildings Glamping.

With prices starting from just £11 per person per night, it doesn’t get much cheaper than this!

There’s also a fantastic selection of accommodation options for you to choose from.

We’re talking pods, bell tents, yurts, the job lot.

On-site you’ll find a mini-farm shop, and you can also pay extra for added luxuries such as a campfire cooking bundle, a winter essentials bundle, and a celebration hamper!

What guests say: “The staff were super helpful, kind and professional. The place is the most eco-friendly and supports local businesses. The site has a good kitchen, there is a hob and cutlery. Outside of that, you can order baskets. We ordered the prosecco one and it was amazing.”

25. Orchard Shepherds Huts


Price per night: From £130 for 2 people

Location: Winchcombe, nr Cheltenham

With three beautifully appointed shepherds huts to choose from, Orchard Shepherds Huts are oh-so-luxurious.

We’re talking private hot tubs, fully-fitted kitchens, and modern en-suites.

The huts are all perfectly secluded so you can enjoy some much-needed peace and quiet, without bumping into any of your neighbours.

However, I’d encourage you to explore the grounds no matter rain or shine as the views and wildlife are incredible!

An outdoor fire pit and indoor log burner also allow you to enjoy stays here all year round.

What guests say: “Amazing place to stay we can highly recommend it! The location is perfect, the hut is gorgeous and set out so well we have had a fab weekend here. The extra little touches left by Emily for us was such a surprise and we loved the homemade gin!”

26. Converted Railway Wagon


Price per night: From £66 for 2 people

Location: Kingswood, nr Wotton-under-Edge

I can’t get enough of this Converted Railway Wagon.

Not only is the inside impressive but the views outside are even better!

Throw open the doors in the morning and you’ll be greeted with views over a lake and fields of green.

Fourteen acres of green, to be exact!

It’s a good thing you’ve got a spacious deck with a table and chairs, and deck chairs, to enjoy them from then, ey?

Inside the story is much the same with a double bed, a cosy sitting room, a kitchenette, and an en-suite bathroom.

What guests say: “If you want a few days away in a peaceful location then this place is for you. The description on Air BnB is very accurate and Anna is a great host. Her homemade cakes are amazing too (very thoughtful touch to leave some cake in the wagon for your arrival along with milk in the fridge).”

27. Wixoldbury Farm Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £95 for 2 people

Location: Bagstone, nr Bristol

Gloucestershire sure does love its shepherd’s huts, and luckily for you, Wixoldbury Farm Shepherds Hut is just as amazing as all the others.

It’s beautifully decorated and comprises a comfy double bed, dining table, toasty wood burner, a kitchenette, and an en-suite bathroom.

Basically, everything you could possibly want!

As well as the wood burner, you also have an oil-fired radiator to heat the hut during the colder months.

And during the summer months, you can drink and dine alfresco on your spacious decking!

What guests say: “We absolutely loved it here. The setting, the facilities, the hosts, the location – EVERYTHING was perfect. Jane and Simon were such lovely hosts and really went the extra mile to make sure we were comfortable. From feeding the calves to farm fresh eggs in the morning! My two-year-old daughter really enjoyed herself.”

28. Wixoldbury Farm Roundhouses


Price per night: From £105 for 2 people (+ £5 per night per child, up to two children)

Location: Bagstone, nr Bristol

If Wixoldbury Farm has caught your eye but you fancy sleeping in something different to a shepherds hut, they also have two Roundhouses.

One of my favourite glamping options in Gloucestershire, these wooden roundhouses are really spacious and can easily accommodate a family of four.

However, if you choose to stay here as a couple, you won’t regret it!

With a sumptuous double bed sitting at the heart of the house, it certainly doesn’t lack romance.

And to make your stay extra special, you can even order some chilled cava, prosecco or champagne right to your accommodation!

What guests say: “If you’re looking for a sign to book a ‘staycation’ this year then THIS IS IT. The lodge was immaculately clean and so beautifully designed and furnished. The shower is amazing! There’s a fabulously restored chicken shack which is a communal kitchen/dining area. In the evenings you can enjoy a fire pit which is perfect for toasting marshmallows.”

29. Notgrove Glamping Pods


Price per night: From £60 for 2 people (additional guests charged at £10 per night per guest up to two extra guests)

Location: Notgrove, nr Bourton-on-the-Water

A great option for families looking to go glamping in Gloucestershire without splashing the cash, Notgrove Glamping Pods make the perfect base for your family staycation.

Overlooking the idyllic village of Notgrove, these pods are set in a picturesque pocket of Cotswold countryside with access to walks over the 1,500-acre private Notgrove Estate.

However, even if the weather’s not on your side and you’re not up for a rainy walk, don’t worry because the pods are just as gorgeous!

Each pod comprises a double bed, sofa bed, en-suite, kitchenette, TV, dining table, and chairs, Wi-Fi and more.

And if you fancy upgrading your stay a notch, you can book a stay in one of their gorgeous safari tents instead!

What guests say: “Just returned from our stay in the Bluebell Pod! Absolutely gorgeous pod, with everything you could need! So spacious and clean, with a lovely view of the alpacas outside. The games room was a lovely addition, along with local pubs and walkways! Would love to take Mr Bean the pig home with me, thank you for the stay.”

30. Whitemead Forest Park Pods


Price per night: From £65 for 4 people

Location: Parkend, nr Coleford

If you want to be surrounded by some of the county’s best nature on your glamping holiday in Gloucestershire, then you’ll love Whitemead Forest Park Pods.

There are loads of different pods to choose from but my favourite has to be the Mega Glamping Pod XL purely due to its sheer amount of space.

However, even if you opt for a smaller pod, you’ll still have a great time.

Plus, you can even book a Bed and Breakfast pod that marries the experience of glamping with the comforts of a hotel room.

Breakfast baps, some juice and a hot drink? Sign me up!

What guests say: “Lovely and more spacious than I thought they would be. Close to all the amenities which were very clean. Great location, easy to check-in/out, fabulous friendly staff, nothing too much trouble especially for Jan/Ian. The pool was lovely and warm as was the jacuzzi. Lots of woodland walks or places to see.”

31. Campbell Woods Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £89 for 2 people

Location: Ashwicke, nr Bath

They say good things come in small packages and that’s definitely true in the case of Campbell Woods Shepherds Hut.

One of my favourite places to go glamping in Gloucestershire, this shepherds hut is seriously simple. But that’s what I love about it!

The hut comprises a double bed, wood burner and a few helpful camping items, and that’s it.

Staying here really is the best way to embrace rurality and switch off from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

Well, with the added luxury of a wood-fired sauna, of course!

32. Campbell Woods Yurts


Price per night: From £89 for 3 people or £157 for 4 people

Location: Ashwicke, nr Bath

So if you couldn’t already tell by now, Campbell Woods is home to some of the best glamping accommodation in Gloucestershire.

With so many options to choose from, it’s hard to narrow down a favourite but let me explain to you exactly why their Yurts are one of my favourites!

There are four yurts to choose from, each with its own merits, but what they all have in common is how beautifully handcrafted they are.

Although they allow you to get closer to nature, they’re also super snug with blankets and cushions galore to keep you warm and cosy.

What guests say: “It was incredible. Lovely place to stay, awesome facilities, friendly service and beautiful surroundings.”

33. Campbell Woods Roundhouse


Price per night: From £89 for 2 people

Location: Ashwicke, nr Bath

Last but absolutely by no means least we have Campbell Woods Roundhouse.

Staying here will feel like you’ve gone back in time but in the best way possible.

The turf-roofed roundhouse is intimate, romantic, and basically the ideal opportunity for you and your loved one to unwind in nature together.

Anticipate wild swimming, woodland strolls, meals cooked over the campfire, and of course, lots of woodland sauna visits.

And don’t forget to make the most of your terrace too!

What guests say: “A lovely couple of days in the woods. We were lucky with the weather so got to make the most of the wild swimming lake, walks and the outdoor kitchen. Great community feel and hosts were so lovely.”

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