Glamping

(Aug. 5, 2016) — East Lindsey District Council has given the green light to a controversial proposal for land at The Queen’s Head pub in Legbourne to be used for the siting of four bell-shaped tents for glamping – “glamorous camping.”

(July 26, 2016) — Boasting 352 acres with 8 miles of roads and hiking trails, vegetable gardens, aquaponics, and 1.5 miles of creek front, Coldwater Gardens is “an eco-resort that balances agriculture, hospitality and environmental restoration,” Nick Phoenix, manager of Coldwater Gardens, said.

(July 12, 2016) — It’s just been added to the Oxford English Dictionary, a surefire sign that glamping is here to stay, the Express reported.

(July 4, 2016) — “This is more like ‘glamping’, it is a very social campground,” said owner Sylvia Davids, “So many of our guests love the fact their kids put down their phones, ride bikes, throw frisbees, like kids used to do in the olden days.”

(July 1, 2016) — Glamping, more oxymoron than portmanteau, is a term that combines the words and concepts of glamour and camping to form “glamping,” which is a truly obnoxious way to miss the point of camping altogether.

(July 1, 2016) — “We have tent cabins here, and we have actual beds in there, and we also supply the campers a lot of items to stay, as far as bedding, towels, propane, lanterns, cook stoves,” said Klair.

(June 20, 2016) — Hartsholme Country Park, in Lincoln, England, is getting its first camping pod giving people a new place to stay this summer.

(June 13, 2016) — Rural weekend getaways under the stars are becoming an attractive option for city-dwellers as farmers set up high-end camping spots to diversify their income in New Zealand.

(June 13, 2016) — The Dolores, Colo., River Campground has a new place for campers to lay their heads. It still offers tent, camper and RV sites, as well as the option between camping cabins or full-service cabins.

(June 10, 2016) — Camp Buttercup is an intimate English-style glamping retreat located on a private country estate in Southeast Michigan, just 10 miles west of Ann Arbor.

(June 10, 2016) — Savage River Lodge in western Maryland offers eight 30-foot yurts nestled in the woods. Each has a king bed, full bathroom, deck, gas fireplace, and radiant-heat floor.

(June 8, 2016) — The most glamorous camping experience in the Southwest is coming to Williams in July. Surrounded by looming ponderosa pines and just an hour south of Grand Canyon National Park, the Grand Canyon Under Canvas camping resort is nestled among some of the finest forest in the Southwest.

(June 6, 2016) — The theme park and zoo has teamed up with Explorer Glamping to add something extra to a trip to the attraction, not least as it offers exclusive access to the Wild Asia section of the park after all the other visitors have gone home.

(June 2, 2016) — If the words “roughing it” conjure up enough unpleasant camping memories of sleeping on the ground, try these Wisconsin campgrounds with modern-day conveniences and plenty of luxuries.

(May 31, 2016) — “The second I found out about it, I called in, put our name on the waiting list, and we got a call in like early January, said they were adding tents, and we got in,” Michael Skulski, first-time glamper.

(May 31, 2016) — Plans to build a 150-person capacity “glamping” site at Kirkbuddo are due to be conditionally approved at a council meeting in Forfar.

(May 26, 2016) — Fireside Resort, in Wilson, Wyo., could be facing an abatement order if the property owner and the county continue to butt heads over the right to sell the “glamping” cabins.

(May 25, 2016) — Merging a love of outdoors with the comforts of home, this growing small business is taking glamorous camping to a new level. They’re also a textbook example of five principles that many would agree are key to small business success.

(May 20, 2016) — Some might say it’s not camping unless you’re sleeping in tent, but old fashioned, primitive camping isn’t everyone’s idea of fun. So what do you get when you combine glamour and camping? It’s called glamping and it’s a way to enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury.

(May 19, 2016) — The Ottawa region’s first luxury glamping camp will officially open for business on May 24, with a day of VIP pampering, media tours and a gourmet picnic luncheon.

>
X

Send this to a friend

I used a social sharing button because I thought you might like this article: Gone glamping in Ottawa, Ontario! This is the link: https://rvdailyreport.com/campground/gone-glamping-in-ottawa-ontario/