"Keep all the luxuries you know and love with glamping"
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If you would like to venture into the great outdoors and still have all the luxuries that you know and love, then glamping in Skegness is the thing for you. A great option if you don’t want to sleep in a traditional tent, glamping is the more glamorous side of camping and there are plenty of campsites that have this option.
Often surrounded by beautiful woodlands, the sites are also close to the seaside resort which mean you can head to the beach for a day trip. Explore all that Lincolnshire offers and never have to give up your bed again.
There are some truly unique options dotted along and near the Lincolnshire coast. Check out glamping in Skegness and the nearby towns for your next holiday.
Open from the beginning of May to the end of September, Crooked Willow Campsite is a friendly and ‘Off the Grid’ Eco campsite that offers a back to nature approach. Located four miles away from Skegness, in the lovely market town of Burgh Le Marsh, you are guaranteed to have a quirky and unique camping experience.
There are numerous options for accommodation when you stay. If you would prefer the more traditional ways, there are tent pitches that come with the use of shared facilities and your very own fire pit.
When it comes to glamping, Crooked Willow know how to do it right. You can choose to stay in the family pod, which fits four people and has the following features:
As well as this there are the bell tents, each one individually designed with you in mind and can sleep up to 6 people. They all have some incredible features, such as fairy lights, rustic stools, rugs, log stoves and mattresses to sleep on.
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Located in Stickney, Wood Farm Caravan and Camping is a family run site set within 3 acres of woodland and features its very own lake for fishing. Nestled in the Lincolnshire Wolds, the site is perfect for a relaxing break away.
When you stay at the campsite there are a few options available. There are traditional camping pitches that come with all the facilities you need such as electric hook up, toilet and shower blocks, fresh water, waste disposal points, and even a camper’s fridge and microwave. As well as this there are two static caravans for hire that are fully equipped with everything you need.
Wood Farm Caravan and Camping have a special glamping option known as the Double Decker Glamping. Sleeping up to 6 people, it comes with the following features:
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Set within the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Lincolnshire Glamping is a small family run site near the popular village of Tetford. Featuring stunning views of the countryside, it is perfect for those that love the great outdoors with plenty of walking, cycling and riding paths to explore.
There are three luxury safari tents to choose from and all are designed with your comfort in mind. They all have the following features:
As well as this they have equine facilities such as the well-equipped manege, horse exercise machine, stable yard and lunge ring.
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Located between Skegness and Boston in the Lincolnshire countryside, Mill Farm Leisure is a secluded destination with some great self-catering accommodation. The site even has its own coarse fishing lake, making it perfect for keen anglers wanting a rural retreat.
The lakeside lodges are made up of five glamping lodges that are nestled against the lake’s waterline. Allowing the guests to get back to nature and still enjoy all their favourite luxuries, these lodges have the following features:
Two of the lodges are pet friendly, which means you can bring your furry little friends along for the trip. They also come with free Wi-Fi, TV with Freeview and it is fully central heated to keep you warm throughout the year.
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