Your Garden Glamping journey starts here!
There is no need to venture far to enjoy some #Glamping in your very own bell tent, ideal for a staycation or as a great first time camping adventure for children.
Whether you are creating a cozy den, hosting a children’s sleepover, having a family get together, or just fancy some fresh air, with all your creature comforts nearby, we have a bell tent to fit the bill!
Dress your tent floor with some colorful polypropylene matting, available in full & half-moon shapes & pop a sleek Winnerwell firepit outside to complete your glamp-site… essential to stay cozy while you’re toasting your marshmallows!
Whether you opt for a camp bed or air mattress, there’s no squeezing in to sleeping bags required either…. An added perk of #glamping in your garden is you can bring out all your favourite cushions & duvets for a comfy night’s sleep.
Bell tents always look great decked out with twinkly fairy lights & bunting, but the décor is only limited by your imagination!
BUT HOW MUCH SPACE DO WE NEED TO SET UP?
You will need an area measuring a minimum of the diameter of the tent, plus space to allow for guy ropes
As a rough guidance, the bigger the tent the more space you will need around it. For example: a 2m tent will need a minimum space of 3m x 3m or a 3m tent will need a minimum space of 4.5m x 4.5m.
DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR GLAMPING ACTIVITIES?
Face painting – This can be lots of fun for children and can help create the party or festival vibe – the more glitter the better!
Take some games outside – Get active with some games like twister, giant jenga and frisbee. Or grab a deck of cards and some of your favorite board games.
Make your own outdoor cinema – simply a projector and your white bell tent wall or a sheet hung from a tree as the screen…. Throw in cozy blankets and popcorn and you’re all ready for a film night under the stars!
Campfire music – The budding guitarists in the family (or a trusty MP3 player!) can provide the ambience for some songs around the firepit.
Themed food & drink – To add to the holiday feel, why not pick a country to use as the theme for the food & drinks for the night & try something new – you might even find yourself a new favorite tipple or dish!