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Short breaks

We all wish we lived closer to nature, but even a glamping weekend break can give you that sense of freshness and restoration that comes from stepping out of the modern world for a while. Our glamping places whisk you out of the urban hustle, to sensational spots for a big occasion, magical family escapes or just a gentle moment somewhere quiet and green. We’ve personally inspected every single one, so that you’ll get the weekend break you’re craving.

Short breaks close to cities

These are our most popular glamping locations close to a nearby city. Our team have visited every single one personally, to find only the most special and quirky spaces that we just know you'll want to visit.
Close to London

Close to London

Close to Bristol

Close to Bristol

Close to Edinburgh

Close to Edinburgh

Close to Manchester and Leeds

Close to Manchester and Leeds

Why book a short glamping break with C&S

We’re a travel company with a purpose. We’re independent, employee owned and dedicated to doing things differently, whether that means sending our guests to incredible quirky places, or founding our charitable trust and using it to support young environmental activists. We believe in the personal touch – visiting all our places to make sure they’ll give you a genuinely special glamping break, getting to know the creative people who build and run them, and always being happy to chat over the phone if you need a hand choosing the right place for you.

Recommended short breaks

The Log House Studio
Carmarthenshire

The Log House Studio

from £120 p/n
Meadow Head Orchard Hut
Lancashire

Meadow Head Orchard Hut

from £175 p/n

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About glamping short breaks

What should I do on a glamping weekend break? Being in fairly rural places, hiking and wild swimming are probably the two most popular activities for anyone glamping. But we’d like to put in a recommendation for giving yourself permission to do nothing at all. Relax. Really relax. Switch off your phone, fall asleep under a book, eat when you’re hungry, sleep when it’s dark, forget what time it is and let nature guide you.

What do I need to take for a glamping weekend? Very little, that’s the whole point! Glamping is about having nothing to get in the way of unwinding into your downtime. Our places are all different, so it’s always worth checking the “essentials” section of our site for details, but generally you can turn up with a couple of changes of clothes and you’ll be fine.

What about food? We’d always advise checking the “food and drink” section of our site as you might have a welcome hamper waiting for you depending on the place. Some owners even offer home-cooked meals on arrival too. If not, look for a farm shop to stock up at on the way, so you can try the regional flavours and help support even more local business.

How do I find the right place for me? First, decide how wild you want to go. Are you an open fire, ash-in-the-hair Bear Grylls fan or would you rather do your nature watching over the twin rims of a glass and a bath tub? Then have a good read of our site and check what each place has got. If you can’t decide, then call or email and our Guest Experience Team will help you track down the perfect glamping weekend break.

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