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Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:07 on Tuesday 07 March 2017
Richard Hammond and family try out Eurocamp’s pre-assembled camping experience at La Pointe St-Gilles in Brittany
Posted by Richard Hammond at 04:01 on Friday 08 July 2016
Richard Hammond and family try out the 'Featherdown Farm' experience at East Shilvinghampton, Dorset
Posted by Lucy Symons at 05:55 on Wednesday 18 May 2016
For a fabulous family holiday in Cornwall, head straight to Ruthern Valley Holidays where your kids can run free, paddle in a stream and feed the...
Posted by Lucy Symons at 12:22 on Tuesday 03 November 2015
Hit the holiday heights by staying in one of Eurocamp's fantastic French tree houses in seven locations!
Posted by Lucy Symons at 12:40 on Thursday 03 September 2015
Our pick of the best luxury yurt camps in the UK & Europe, including a lovely glampsite in Dorset, a bolthole in Andalucia and a back-to-nature...
Posted by Lucy Symons at 01:28 on Thursday 24 July 2014
Greentraveller has an occasional Top Fives series. This one is: Top Five Yurt camps. Posh camping at its best, some of the yurts we feature are...
Posted by Anita Pati at 02:59 on Thursday 28 November 2013
Anita Pati stargazes darkest Northumbrian skies on the deck of a cosy yurt in the middle of the beautiful wild fells and meadows of Northumberland...
Posted by Anita Pati at 09:10 on Wednesday 23 October 2013
Anita Pati stumbles upon a luxury hand-crafted glampsite in a fairytale woodland with green woodworking ethos, perfect for couples.
Posted by Florence Fortnam at 11:51 on Thursday 05 September 2013
Florence Fortnam beds down under starry skies in an exquisite yurt at The Park in Mawgan Porth, Cornwall – a glampsite with a strong green ethos and...
Posted by Martin Dunford at 03:55 on Wednesday 26 June 2013
Martin Dunford visits Waveney River Centre, Burgh St Peter in the gorgeous Broads.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 11:44 on Friday 14 June 2013
Richard Hammond stays in a yurt in the middle of Welsh nowhere, getting back to nature and away from the stresses and strains of modern life.
Posted by Tom Watts at 12:25 on Wednesday 18 January 2012
Our pick of the most unusual, quirky, innovative places to stay, including airstreams, pods, romany caravans, treehouses, yurts, tipis, threepis(!),...
Posted by Richard Hammond at 12:22 on Friday 13 January 2012
Heard of Feather Down Farms, but not sure what they're all about? Here's our guide to what you can expect...
Posted by Catherine Mack at 06:05 on Wednesday 13 July 2011
Catherine Mack visits a friendly and welcoming hostel with a collection of colourful cottages, on a working farm in County Meath, Ireland.
Posted by Anouk van den Eijnde at 11:03 on Tuesday 11 January 2011
Anouk van den Eijnde stays at a yurt camp on an impressive organic farm in the Portuguese mountains.
Posted by Richard Hammond at 02:04 on Tuesday 04 January 2011
Browse our extensive range of beautiful, back-to-nature, quirky places to stay, glampsites, treehouses, shepherd's huts and other luxury...