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GLAMPING HOLIDAYS IN DORSET

These are the most amazing places to stay for an outdoor experience of Dorset, the county that's one big Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We look for creative, unique spaces, from treehouses with rooftop saunas to retired tour buses and chic lakeside cabins. Each is carefully inspected to make sure they have everything you need and the special spark that turns a short break into a refreshing escape in nature.  

SEARCH BY PLACE TYPE

Peaceful lakeside cabins and frontier ranches where you can ride the trails, shepherd's huts run by classic car nuts, converted buses under the trees and canvas villages full of craft and creativity. 

SEARCH BY GUEST

Get the family singing round the campfire at a gathering of wagons or a woodland yurt camp, sneak off for some quality time in hot tubs perched in the treetops or set tails wagging with walks from fabulous shepherd's huts. 

FEATURED PLACES TO STAY

Colber Farm >

Two ingenious shepherd's huts with their own hot tubs set in a 240-acre dairy farm. Walk miles of country footpaths from the door, returning to a cosy space to unwind and some very fresh milk!

Loose Reins >

Welcome to the wild (south) west. Stay in one of three incredible frontier-style cabins and explore the landscape, heading down woodland trails and over hills on foot or in the saddle.

Crafty Camping >

A woodland village of inspiring and ingenious craftsmanship. There are cosy huts, elegant yurts, a huge tipi and the unbelievable two-storey Woodsman's Treehouse, with a slide into the pond, a revolving wood-burner and a sauna and hot tub on the upper spa deck.

The Old Forge >

Three homely huts all packed with curios and artifacts, alongside a vintage car workshop and various donkeys. The Old Forge is a place in a world of its own, where you can explore the Dorset countryside fueled by one of Lucy's award-winning breakfasts.

Stock Gaylard >

Not just one awesome family yurt camp, but three. And a wagon. All spread over 1800 acres of a beautiful estate covered in ancient woodland, so you can have a little gathering for 10, or go big and take 35 people away for a massive outdoor adventure.