Stargazing anyone? Perhaps sitting by open campfires?  Imagine being outdoors with the kids tucked up in bed, fast asleep. It’s time for you to jump into that hot tub after a busy day with the family… Sounds idyllic doesn’t it?

While this might sound a world away from your everyday routine, Wigwam® Holidays can offer this and much more at their glamping sites across the UK.

With over 80 sites nationwide, this leading glamping accommodation provider is perfect for an affordable, comfortable staycation with the family.

What are Wigwam® Cabins?

They are heated, insulated cabins (many en-suite) situated in stunning locations around the UK countryside.  They include a secure lockable door; storage space; and a comfy mattresses for those that prefer their creature comforts… and these are just the basics. Some of their sites also have hot tubs and most offer a nightly campfire service.

Wigwam® Holidays are also keen to be green! As the next generation grows up, we are committed to using timber from responsible sources and they hand-build their cabins in Scotland.  Sounds great for anyone wanting to explore more eco friendly holidays don’t you think.

What is ‘Glamping’?

While glamping is now a popular holiday type, Wigwam® Holidays has been around for nearly 25 years, creating timber tent prototypes before their portfolio expanded to include cabins which house three to five guests comfortably.

Many of us enjoy camping and all that it entails. Yet glamping is still reminiscent of camping – just way more comfortable and a lot easier for families looking for a quick getaway!

Wigwam® Holidays know how precious your family time is. When you stay in one of their timber cabins, you rediscover the important things in life: time away from gadgets; quality time with each other; a time to connect again.  It’s the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life whist providing the perfect opportunity for a digital detox.

Where Can I find Wigwam® Holidays Sites?

Their sites can be found at some spectacular locations – from the edge of a Scottish Loch to overlooking a private Cornish cove. They believe in Great Holidays in the Great Outdoors – and if it’s raining, don’t worry as their cabins are fit for all weathers.

And you can bring the pooch to most sites, meaning your best friend doesn’t have to miss out on family time.  Dog friendly glamping anyone?

Browse our sites: and start your Wigwam® Holidays journey!

Glamping Myths

Do you think glamping is just posh camping? Well, think again! Their Wigwam® Sites are dedicated to giving all guests a fabulous experience, from the moment you book to the moment you say ‘farewell’ to newly made friends.

While sites can vary, as do the services they offer, many offer bedding for hire, locally sourced breakfast packs and other items to make your stay even more relaxing.

And before you arrive at your chosen site, their website is a treasure trove of information, including local attractions, special offers and the different types of cabin available.

There are also question marks over glamping’s affordability: yet with en-suite cabins priced at around £85 per night based on four sharing, this equates to around £22 per person per night which is perfect for the budget conscious looking for an affordable UK break.

How Do I Book?

Thankfully, booking a Wigwam® Holiday break is easy!

The majority of our sites accept online bookings. Visit the website here for more details:

Just enter your holiday dates, how many adults, how many infant and/or children, if you’re bringing the pooch and hit ‘Search’ – you then have a scrollable list of locations that have availability.

Select the site of your dreams, hit book now and you’re away!  All that’s left to do is look forward to your glamping holiday.

Pin for later

The Best UK Glamping Holidays #familytravel #uktravel #glamping #travelwithkidsKnow someone who would enjoy this post?  Please do share it with your friends and followers, as it would literally make my day.  

For the latest blog posts, offers and giveaways don’t forget to subscribe to Zena’s Suitcase.  You can also follow the latest updates on TwitterFacebookInstagram and Pinterest.


Previous articleTop Family Friendly Destinations To Visit In Italy
Next articleHow to Bring a Touch of Spring into Your Home


  1. I have always wanted to visit the Isle of Wight so would love to take my family to Tapnell Farm Wigwams.

  2. Bodrugan ‘cos we all adore Cornwall, go there several times a year, glorious scenery and fun for all

  3. I’d love to visit the Grantham site for a weekend, we have friends live there, but because we both have dogs, who hate each other, we can’t go to stay, so it would be great to have a weekend with them and our dog!

  4. I would like to visit the Wigwam Holidays Brampton looks a lovely place and would like to try the trout fishing there

  5. I would choose Chwton park Farm in Hampshire as we are hoping to take out little girl to Peppa Pig World for a couple of days for her birthday in June and here would be an ideal location and would turn it into a lovely little holiday for us

  6. Llandrindod Wells, Powys in Wales would be amazing, I havent spent much time in Wales but it looks beautiful

  7. I’ve been to Cornwall a couple of times and loved it, we’d love to go to Bodrugan in Cornwall as we haven’t been to the area it’s in.

  8. I would love to stay at Bridgwater in Somerset because it looks like such a pretty are and there are lots of outdoor adventure activities!

  9. Penbugle Organic Farm Wigwams in Cornwall would be my choice as its fairly near home and Cornwall is a beautiful county

  10. Crowtree Wigwams is just up the road from me and looks heavenly. Thanks for the chance xxx

  11. I would like to go to Hafren because I like holidaying in Wales plus their cabins have an ensuite.

  12. Not entirely sure but Crowtree in Spalding sounds nice as it’s quite near, but not too near if you know what I mean!

  13. Larkworthy Farm Wigwams in Beaworthy, Devon would ideal. Love Devon & near to friends who we could visit.

  14. The Pot-a-doodle-do looks good – we’ve wanted to visit this area, particularly the Farne Islands, for a long time so this would be a perfect way to do so

  15. I like the sound of Larkworthy Farm Wigwams. I love Devon and would love to take my family down there.

  16. I’d love to try the Leighton Buzzard site. Partially because it’s one of the Wig Wam without wheels locations, which as a car fee family, we appreciate these types of places. I also haven’t been to Buckinghamshire before and it looks nice, a different class of life than I’m used to lol

  17. I would love to stay in the Lleyn Peninsula Wigwams because Wales is so beautiful and it’s so close to some beaches!

  18. Llandrindod Wells, in Wales – we spend a lot of holiday time in Wales but have not visited there yet

  19. i would love to to Snowdonia and Coast Wigwams because i adore wales spent so many holidays there as a kid xxxx

  20. Bodrugan Barton as its not too far only a couple of hours, and glamping is something on my bucket list i would really love to experience….many thanks

  21. I’d like to try glamping on the Isle of Wight at Tapnell Farm Wigwams, Yarmouth. Going to the Island isn’t far away but yet it feels like a proper get away holiday

  22. We would love to visit Evenlode Wigwams in Stow-On-The-Wold as although it is fairly local to us, this is a part of the Cotswolds that we rarely get the chance to explore.

  23. Waterfoot wigwams in the heart of the lake district
    Perfect introduction to the world of glamping

  24. Out of them all i would wish to go to Bodrugan the most. As a family we have had a few holiday in Cornwall and have enjoyed them all. It’s an area that as a family we love to visit.

  25. I would love to visit Forest Parks Wigwams in Cromer because it’s near the sea and living in the midlands we don’t have many days out at the seaside 🙂

  26. I love the look of the Snowdonia and coast wigwams site. It’s not too far from us and the views would be amazing.

  27. This is what holidays in England should be all about quality time in the open air, the great British weather an glamping ??‍?‍?‍?????

  28. I’d have to choose glamping in beautiful Lincolnshire by the banks of the river Welland, because of the the farm setting, nearby pubs pubs, and historic places of interest.

  29. We would love to go to the Isle of White, we have camped and glamped before but never in a wooden wigwam, my children would be so excited!

  30. Waterfoot at Ullswater would be amazing – I love the little time I had in the Lake District and would love to explore

  31. The Waterfort wigwams in ullswater as it’s an area over never been before and it looks so beautiful

  32. I like the look of Forest of Dean Wigwam Village as it’s not too far from home so the kids won’t complain. It looks very picturesque.

  33. It would have to be snowdonia, I love Wales but have never been there, So I would take my family there for a great holiday in nature

  34. I don’t mind where we stay, would be lovely to get away for a few days with the kids and I’ve always wanted to try glamping!

  35. I think Bodrugan in Cornwall sounds idyllic, with its quiet paddocks and sea views. The location is good too for the coastal path or sight seeing and visiting places of interest.

  36. We’d visit Waterfoot Wigwams in Ullswater, Cumbia because the Lake District is our favourite place and we can take our lovely dog with us to enjoy the experience with us.

  37. Probably Waterfoot Wigwams, i love the lake district it’s beautiful and there is lots of lovely places to walk.

  38. We would love a stay at
    Tapnell Farm Wigwams. Live in the midlands and never get to see the beach. this would be fantastic. Thank you. kids would love this.

  39. I would love to stay at Humble Bee Wigwams. I love Scarborough it is one of my favourite places to visit as its where we went as a family in my childhood :). The Camp site looks gorgeous and is close to beaches, attractions & country walks. Inside of the Wigwams look so pretty! It would be incredible to win a little cosy break her. 🙂

  40. I would love to visit the Scotland Loch Ness location because of the folklore and the easy access to the shore

  41. We would like to visit Beaworthy in Devon. Such a fabulous prize, thank you for the chance to win!

  42. I would love to visit any of the campsites in Wales, purely because I have never been to Wales but it is somewhere that I would love to go! It looks so picturesque and I would love to experience it through camping with my family

  43. Id love to go to Secret Valley Wigwams. Ive also wanted to go to Somerset and it just looks beautiful with so much to see and do

  44. Wigwam® Holidays Humble Bee in yorkshire looks fab for the children with a working farm and lots of countryside!

  45. I would love to visit Penbugle Organic farm in Cornwall. It has glorious countryside but is also within reach of the fantastic beaches in Cornwall. I also quite fancy a go in their pottery studio.

  46. We’d love to visit The forest of Dean,
    Being surrounded by beautiful woodland would be supreme.

  47. Acharn Farm Wigwams – love the idea of staying on a working farm and being surrounded by wildlife, Sounds peaceful.

  48. I would love to bring my husband and our little boy to Newmill Wigwam Holidays. It’s not too far for us to drive to and there’s lots of space to run around. I love that it’s close to Dunkeld which is sp pretty and there’s lots to do nearby.

  49. Would love to go to Waterfoot at Ullswater – my partner and I had a lovely time in The Lakes and we’d like to take his kids now

  50. I’d love to visit Bodrugan as it’s right down on the Cornish coast. I bet there would be loads to see and do down there x

  51. I would choose the one in Grantham so that we could visit my parents without getting in the way

  52. I’d stay in Evenlode (the name of my Aunt and Uncle’s house). It looks amazing with the hot tubs and farm. Relax 🙂

  53. I would go for the Hill Farm Orchard as I like the idea of staying on a working farm but I am also a fan of accommodation having en-suite facilities.

  54. I enjoyed many happy holidays on the isle of wight as a child so would love to revisit and stay at tapnell farm wigwams

  55. I really like the look of Secret Valley in Somerset for a relaxing weekend away. Farm tours and indoor archery tag would keep the kids happy and maybe I could sneak in a vineyard tour and a bit of wine tasting!

  56. The Norfolk site I think – far enough away to feel like a holiday, close enough to not spend half the time travelling to it.

  57. Grouse Hill Wigwams at Whitby, North Yorkshire. Whitby is one of our favourite places and we also love the Yorkshire Moors. It is just such a a fabulous area.

  58. I would love to go to Cromer, Norfolk. The kids love Norfolk – so much to do but not too far away.

  59. I would like to visit Springhill Farm Wigwams in Seahouses, beacause I always wanted to visit there as I think Seahouses just sounds like a beautiful place and I love being by the sea.

  60. I’d go to the Snowdonia Wigwams. I love Wales and we’re going to ZipWorld sometime this year so this would be a great location to make a full mini-break of the adventure

  61. Would love to visit Forest Park in North Norfolk as I love that part of the UK, beautiful place to try glamping!

  62. I would love to visit Tapnell farm as I love the Isle of Wight & have many fond children memories from holidays there

  63. I would like to stay in Portreath in Cornwall as it would enable me to visit old friends plus enjoy the beautiful Cornish coast.

  64. The campsite i would love to visit would have to be Tantallon Wigwams as it is a five minute walk to a lovely beach where i could have fun with the family.

  65. I’d like to go to Portree or Shulista Croft wigwams on the Isle of Skye. We haven’t been to the West coast of Scotland since my eldest son was a tiny baby, it was our first holiday together with him, so I’d love to go back again. It’s so beautiful!

  66. Chawton park farm in Hampshire. Would love for Archie to experience life in a farm, get out in the countryside and have fun trying glamping for the first time.

  67. I would love to wigwam in Ullswater in the Lake District! We celebrated our babymoon in the Lakes 4 years ago and have always said we would love to return with our little boy! It would be such an adventure!

  68. Tapnell Farm on the Isle of Wight as my grandchildren love the Island and it looks like a great place for a family break

  69. I would love to go to Humble Bee wigwams, Scarborough was a favourite place to visit when I was a child so would be amazing to revisit ?

  70. I’d choose Grouse Hill Wigwams. As love walls in that area and whitby is such a lovely little town

  71. Evenlode in the Cotswolds sounds perfect – beautiful scenery, plenty to see and do in the local area to keep everyone happy, and a perfect location to get out into the countryside and enjoy some proper family time together.

  72. Larkworthy Farm Wigwams in Devon. Ive never been there before, Ive lived in the UK for 15 years (Originally from Australia) its a part of the UK I would love to see.

  73. We live in Birmingham so we’d love to visit the Millside site as it’s our nearest and looks wonderful x

  74. I love Cornwall, we always used to go there as a child for our holidays so it would be fantastic to go back and stay at any of the sites in Cornwall!

  75. We’d love to visit Waterfoot in Cumbria. We love the Lakes and it’s not too far in the car for the littlies!

  76. Hard to choose, but if pushed and can only have the one holiday I’d go to Snowdonia and coast ?- lots to do in the area and the wigwams look lovely.

  77. I would love to visit Springhill farm because its quite close to home, in a lovely location, and I could take the grandchildren away for their first holiday without their parents, but we would still be close enough for Mam and Dad to visit should they be missing them.

  78. Glamping in the English Midlands looks easy to access with lots to do Including the history and culture of the city

  79. I’d love to try the site on the Lleyn Peninsula, I have many happy memories of holidays there as a child and I’d love to take my kids to relive some old times!

  80. I would visit the Cromer site because there’s nothing me and the kids love more than rockpooling and catching crabs at the beaches around Cromer. However, we also know that the weather can’t always be relied on, so the onsite swimming pool would be perfect for my little fishes 🙂

  81. I would love to visit Devil’s Bridge Aberystwyth, we had a camping holiday in Wales last summer and visited Devels Bridge, oh my goodness I thought I was going to die all the steps and so so steep, but we would love to go back there again and this would be the perfect way.

  82. My daughter and her family live in County Durham and we often travel up to see them; your Herding Hill Farm site is only about 90 minutes drive from them so would be perfect for a family get together Northumberland is a beautiful part of the country, often overlooked, but it has beautiful beaches and countryside.

    My grandchildren would adore the alpacas and donkeys on site and the wooden play area looks superb. I’d love the enclosed and private hot tub, perfect for any weather.

  83. I’d love to visit Strathfillan Wigwam Village because we’ve camped there once and it was on the beautiful West Highland Way ?

  84. I would like to visit the site in Norfolk. It looks fabulous and is in a great location, near to the coast.

  85. Family fun times -making memories! We live in a busy city so would welcome some quality peaceful time

  86. Ww would live to stay at Larkworthy Farm. It’s not too far away to travel with 2 small children. It will be great to memories in the beautiful area.

  87. I would love to visit Forest Park in Cromer, Norfolk. I love the Norfolk coast and there is so much to see and do.

  88. I’d like to try Evenlode in the Cotswolds for the hot tubs, and the fact that it’s not too far from home as my kids don’t like long car journeys.

  89. I would choose the Lleyn Peninsula as we love holidaying in Wales and North Wales is beautiful.

  90. Lee Valley as the Lee Valley Park Farms sounds like a great day out and my boys would love the mischievous Meerkats

  91. i would love to visit Waterfoot, Ullswater, Cumbria because me and my family love the lake district

  92. Water foot , ullswater because the Lake District is our families favourite place to relax

  93. So many beautiful and interesting places, so hard to choose! Cornwall is hard to beat though.

  94. I’d love to go to the Lleyn Peninsula (although anywhere in Wales would be great). This site looks lovely, with a lake and is so close to the coast which would be great for day trips!

  95. I’d love to go to Mortonhall because it’s close to Edinburgh where I’d love to go and there’s lots to do x

  96. I’d like to go to the Evenlode site as the views look great and I would like to be able to explore the Cotswolds with my family.

  97. Id like to try Evenlode, the countryside in the photos looks wonderful . I do like Stow on the wold as well, so pretty and calming

  98. It sounds and looks like a fantastic time for all the family. We would love to visit Cornwall.

  99. Clwydian Wigwams They are close to home and something I have never done before with fab views perfect for my photography addiction

  100. My boys and my wife never tried glamping or any kind of camping it would be a nice start with it.

  101. We would love to go to Tehidy Wigwam’s in Cornwall. My husband was born near Tehidy and it would be great if we could stay and he can show our son and i all the places where he lived as a child and we could create some great family memories.

  102. Hill Farm and Orchard would be fab as it’s not too far to drive for 2 nights & is an area we’ve not explored!

  103. Water foot Ullswater as I love lakes and not too far from home with kids plus it’s near to Beatrix potter world so we can have fun after watching film

  104. This is a fantastic prize and I would love to treat my family to the site in Lee Valley Wigwams®, Hertfordshire because there’s just so much for all the family to do like the water splashing and meeting with the animals! Fingers crossed! 🙂

  105. Evenlode looks lovely and I adore stow on the wold and all around that area, it would be great to take the grandchildren and not too far away

  106. We’e love to go to Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, North Wales. I have seen so little of North Wales and it looks amazing

  107. Larkworthy Farm in Devon because the children would love staying on a farm and Devon is a truly beautiful county.

  108. Sedgewell Barn looks beautiful and I would love to take my boys glamping to see if they like it and create some new adventures!

  109. I would love to visit the Ribble Valley site as it is not too far away for us to travel but it is a wonderful part of the North west

  110. We’d love to win break at Humble Bee Farm. We camped there 2 years ago and loved the site – the animals and excellent climbing trees were perfect for the kids and we loved the relaxed but friendly atmosphere. My girls were fascinated with the wigwams then and would be so excited to stay in one.

  111. I’d love to take my family to Evenlode in the Cotswolds. It looks amazing and it is relatively close x

  112. I would love the Portree location, always wanted to go to Skye and this would be the perfect rural escape from busy life!

  113. If I won the 2 night stay I would choose Lee Valley as it is not too far, but for a longer holiday I would lobe to go to Wales. Have not been there since I was a child and still remember the amazing scenery

  114. Penbugle Organic Farm, Cornwall – I love Cornwall and it would be interesting visiting a proper farm

  115. We have been glamping before to Northside farm and took the dogs too.itsagfeat site a d fab place the kids loved it,nice firepit to keep snuggly on an evening and not far way from a nice trip into Hexham too

  116. Waterfoot wigwams in The Lake District. Ots not too far from us here in not so sunny Manchester lol. But with the stunning scenery it feels like a different world. Amazing opportunity what a treat this would be. Thanks for the chance

  117. We’d love to try Tapnell Farm on the Isle of Wight as we’ve never been & it would be nice to visit somewhere new!

  118. Bodrugan in Cornwall – love Cornwall and I’d like to try glamping as opposed to the normal camp-in-a-tent we usually do

  119. Humble Bee Farm sounds wonderful, we love the Yorkshire coast and the location looks great.

  120. We are traditional campers and yet to try a bit of glamping. The Ribble Valley one looks beautiful

  121. So many places to choose from. Excited to see Burravoe Wigwams® – Shetland ive always wanted to go there

  122. I’d love to go to Chawton Park as being close to the wildlife would be so much fun for my daughter and we’re then only a shortish drive from our favourite beach – West Wittering

  123. Forest Park, Norfolk sounds wonderful. close the the beach for lots of fresh sea air. The boys would also love the indoor swimming pool if the weather was against us!

  124. i would love to visit the site at Larkworthy Farm, Beaworthy as its a beautiful area i know my family would like

  125. I would like to visit the site at clarion Lodge. Not too far from York which is next on our list of UK places to visit

  126. Would love to go to our favourite campsite, Solway View in Dumfries and Galloway. Thanks for the opportunity x

  127. Chawton Park Farm looks amazing and not too far to go. Really want to try something different this year.

  128. Clwydian has some lovely walking country nearby. It’s far enough away from me to feel like a good break but not do far as to take all day travelling.

  129. Humble Bee Farm in Scarborough as my stepdaughter and family live nearby and we could all get together

  130. I would love to visit Forest of Dean wigwam site because the Forest is beautiful and fairly local to me. What an amazing break x

  131. I would love to visit the Lee Valley Wigwams®, Hertfordshire. I used to work for Lee a Valley Leisure Centre many years ago, and I would love to go back to visit to see what they have done with the site now!

  132. I would chose Tapnell Farm on the Isle of Wight, I’ve been to the farm & would love to stay there for a couple of days

  133. I would love to stay at the Secret Valley in Somerset. I love Somerset, it is beautiful there, plus the site has lots to keep the whole family happy.

  134. I would love to stay at Evenlode – Springtime in the Cotswolds, whats better than that?

  135. Chawton Farm in Hampshire looks lovely! Love the idea of camping but think glamping is a better compromise for a novice family like us!

  136. Forest Park Cromer, Norfolk would be ideal for us, It’s not too far to travel & we just love the Norfolk woodland and rolling countryside, the Cabins look amazing & I just know our family would have a great time there.

  137. Chawton Park Farm in Hampshire looks great and wouldn’t be too far to travel with the little ones.

  138. I’d love to visit Chawton Park Farm as we have family down there so it would be fab to combine visiting them and having a couple of nights in glamping splendour x

  139. Lleyn Peninsula in N Wales – its near the beautiful welsh coastline for walking and it’s also not too far from Snowdonia

  140. Evenlode as it is in Gloucestershire and that is where there are many sightings of UFO’s

  141. I do love any of the locations in Cornwall particularly Mevagissy as never visited before. It’s such a beautiful part of the world xx

  142. Northside Farm looks nice and would be a useful base for visiting Hadrian’s Wall and the Angel of the North ?, which I have always wanted to see.

  143. Chawton Park Farm – not too far from home, a working farm, miles of countryside and wild deer, what’s not to love

  144. I’d love to stay at Snowdonia & Coast in North Wales as it would be a great base for a trip to Snowdonia to go walking as well as visiting the local castles!

  145. Penbugle Organic Farm looks right up my street! I love the idea that if it was raining we could sit inside and paint pottery – lush!

Comments are closed.