England is home to beautiful landscapes and countryside, and there’s no better way to immerse yourself in nature than going glamping.
Unlike camping, glamping allows you to make the most of nature without compromising luxury and comfort, and this is why it has become more and more popular between couples and families.
Whether you want to disconnect from the city, have a digital detox, treat a loved one or have a little adventure, glamping is the perfect activity for you.
If you’re looking for quirky and unique glamping options in beautiful locations across England, I’ve compiled a list of three cabin lodges that tick all the boxes. From the most romantic glamping with a hot tub to the cosiest and quirkiest cottage.
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Romantic Glamping with Hot Tubs in England
1) Hideaway Heath Hollow (Essex)
How many people sleep: 2
There’s no better escape from London than staying at this beautiful cabin with a hot tub in Essex. It’s the perfect accommodation for a romantic getaway.
The cabin is in a tranquil location, close to pretty villages like Layer de la Haye, and pubs and just 4.4 miles from the town of Colchester.
From the moment you step in, you’ll feel at home. Its wooden floor, warm colours, and quirky decoration with a touch of luxury make you want to stay for longer.
The cabin is very well-equipped, so there’s no need to take anything with you. The bedroom is one of the best parts of the cabin. You can snuggle on the king-size four poster bed or take a relaxing bath while reading your favourite book.
The living room is very spacious and includes a Smart TV and a feature fireplace and a minibar to treat yourself to a cheeky drink or a snack.
Last but not least, the kitchenette has everything you need to make dinner and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee in the morning.
Outside the cabin, there’s also a private terrace with comfortable hanging egg chairs, a tipi daybed, table and chairs and a cosy hot tub.
Have breakfast while listening to the chirping of the birds on the terrace on a sunny day or toast marshmallows over the fire pit on a winter day. You can make the most of the outdoor area any time of the year.
In summary, Hideaway Heath Hollow cabin is the most romantic glamping with hot tub in England, and one of the top choices.
Price: between £249 and £279 per night
What to do nearby
- Explore Layer de la Haye, a pretty small village very close to the cabin. See its church, window shop at the independent stores and have some pub food.
- Visit Abberton Reservoir and Essex Wildlife Trust, the perfect place to go for a nature walk and see small animals like ducks, swans and geese.
- Spend the day at Colchester where you can visit historic buildings like Colchester Castle, visit its art galleries or go to Colchester Zoo.
2) Kenny’s Hut (West Sussex)
How many people sleep: 2
If you’re looking for a shepherd’s hut with a hot tub in west Sussex, you’ll love Kenny’s Hut cabin.
This shepherd’s hut is the perfect escape for couples who enjoy immersing themselves in nature but want to be close to a city to sightsee and discover a new place. In this case, you can explore the lively city of Brighton by staying at this cosy hut.
The cabin is beautifully decorated and has all the essentials you need to enjoy your stay.
The small kitchen has everything you need to make breakfast or a light meal – from an electric hob to a toaster and kitchen accessories and has a fold down table so you can make more space. Next to the kitchen, you’ll find a comfortable and spacious double bed for two.
My favourite part of Kenny’s Hut is the outdoor area where you can have breakfast alfresco on a sunny but crisp morning, go for a walk in the afternoon and relax in the wood-fired hot tub in the evening with your loved one.
What to do nearby
- Spend the day in Brighton, one of the liveliest cities in England. Go to the beach, visit the Brighton Palace Pier and see the impressive Royal Pavilion.
- Go to Wakehurst, a beautiful wild botanic garden home to diverse landscapes and plants from around the world. It’s a fantastic place for nature lovers.
3) Lazy Bear Hideaway (Cheshire)
How many people sleep: 2
Located in the charming county of Cheshire, this unique Nordic cabin with a hot tub offers a romantic getaway to the tranquil countryside.
It’s the perfect place for you if you want to disconnect from the buzz of the city and have a digital detox as there is no Wi-Fi or mains electricity! The cabin is powered by solar energy.
The cabin is full of charm and details that give you a feeling of cosiness the moment you step inside. Its quirky and rustic interior makes it a unique hideaway.
In the cabin, you’ll find a spacious living room with cosy chairs, a small fireplace, and a king-size double bed.
Outside the cabin, you can access a rustic kitchen with a barbecue, a hot ring and a pizza stove to make delicious pizzas, a shower room, and a wagon that you can access through the summer months.
Overall, it’s an incredible cabin for couples who want a unique hideaway in the UK.
Price: between £160 and £240 per night
What to do nearby
- Go for a walk in Burton, a pretty village with charming houses and buildings.
- Visit Chester, one of the most beautiful medieval cities in England. At only 20 minutes from the cabin, you can spend a day in Chester doing a wide range of activities – from shopping at the arcade, seeing the beautiful half-timbered buildings, visiting the cathedral to walking on the city walls or River Dee area.
- Explore Liverpool. Liverpool is a lively and great city to visit in one day as it is only 30 minutes from the cabin. Go to The Cavern Club, where the Beatles used to play, enjoy a meal at the Liverpool waterfront, and visit one of its interesting museums.
Other beautiful and unique glamping locations
Apart from Essex, Sussex and Cheshire, there are other incredible locations to go glamping. For example, you can find unique hideaways in Cornwall, the Isle of Wight and the southwest of Wales.
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The best time to go glamping in England
Most people consider going glamping in late spring and summer, however, it’s an all-year-round activity as every season has something to offer. Although you may prefer summer, going glamping in autumn or winter is a great idea too.
There are a few reasons why you want to consider winter and autumn too:
- You’ll be able to choose from more glamping options and dates. For example, log cabins with hot tubs in England are popular and aren’t always available.
- You’ll enjoy the beautiful landscapes in autumn. It’s incredible to walk in the countryside and see the colour of the leaves changing.
- You’ll challenge yourself to do something active during winter.
- You’ll be able to cosy up while watching the stars or eating marshmallows by the fire.
Top tips for glamping
- Pack appropriate clothing according to the location and weather. If you’re planning to go on walks, don’t forget to pack comfortable shoes, sun cream, an umbrella or raincoat, and a water bottle you can refill.
- Research the area in advance, especially if you’re looking for more than a relaxing stay. Check out what to do in nearby towns and cities.
- Have a digital detox. Going glamping is an activity to connect with nature and others, so leaving your phone on the side will help you make the most of this unique experience.
- Don’t overcomplicate cooking. These glamping cabins are very well equipped so your cooking options are endless, however, take it easy, stick to one pot and enjoy your time outdoors.
- Keep things tidy outside your cabin. You’re in the middle of the countryside where animals live. If you don’t want any surprises, don’t leave food or belongings outside.
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Frequently asked questions about glamping
What’s the difference between camping and glamping?
Glamping allows you to enjoy the outdoors without sacrificing luxury and comfort. Your cabin will have a rustic style but all the facilities and amenities you need to have a great experience.
Is glamping worth it?
Absolutely! Glamping can help you reduce stress and anxiety, immerse yourself in nature, break your daily routine, and discover a new location among other incredible benefits.