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Canopy & Stars is a collection of unique, creative places to stay in the outdoors that give you a genuine experience of a life more wild. They're personally inspected by our team and carefully selected so you'll find only the most special spaces in our collection.

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We have inspected each one of these places and know you will love them too
A Frame
Herefordshire

A Frame

From £144 p/n
The Treehouse
Herefordshire

The Treehouse

From £176 p/n
No. 2 The Gamekeeper’s Wagon
Lincolnshire

No. 2 The Gamekeeper’s Wagon

From £95 p/n
No. 1 The Shepherd’s Hut
Lincolnshire

No. 1 The Shepherd’s Hut

From £85 p/n

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Places with outdoor baths

Places with outdoor baths

Treehouse holidays

Treehouse holidays

Hot tub holidays

Hot tub holidays

Romantic breaks

Romantic breaks

Our current special offers

Our current special offers

Our podcast - A Life More Wild is back!

For series two of A Life More Wild, we got our boots back on and went walking with another set of awesome guests. In episode six of A Life More Wild, we go for a walk in the Lake District with?Russ Moorhouse, who points out a fraction of the 214 Wainwright Fells he wild camped on in an epic year-long adventure. We also talk to?Lisa Shaw, who has taken on the impressive challenge of?swimming round all the Balearic Islands. Both find a calm in nature that they know nowhere else.

Stories from the wild

Guides

Our wild guide to Cornwall

Cornwall is understandably popular, but there are still hidden coves and secret beaches to be found and enjoyed on a few days away. We've put together some of our favourite ways to spend a great day or half day.

Wild World

The problem with overtourism and what you can do to help by Holly Tuppen

The best kind of travel, the kind that makes the soul tingle and heart sing, is an equal exchange between guest and host, tourist and place. It’s a relationship underpinned by mutual respect. When that respect and relationship erodes, tensions simmer. In the worst cases, this leads to overtourism.