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Glamping in Lincolnshire Wolds

Featuring rolling hills, the Lincolnshire Wolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and occupies a large space of the county. Surrounded by multiple market towns such as Market Rasen, Louth and Horncastle, you can be sure that there will be plenty to see and do. Why not try your hand at glamping in Lincolnshire Wolds for a unique holiday that you will always remember?

While you are there make sure you explore the many walking and cycling trails that are littered throughout and see what wildlife you can spot hidden between the trees.

Our Picks for Glamping in Lincolnshire Wolds

We have found some of the best glamping in Lincolnshire Wolds options and they have everything you need for a relaxing holiday.

The Three Horseshoes

Located in Goulceby, The Three Horseshoes is firstly a countryside pub in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, but it is also a campsite and glamping retreat for those that choose to stay. They aim to make you feel welcome at the site with a friendly atmosphere and plenty to do.

There are a range of accommodation options to choose from at the Three Horseshoes. The campsite offers pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes that are spacious with electric hook up, shower and toilet facilities and chemical disposal points. Then there is the ‘Glampsite’ that features:

  • Star tents: two tents that have cosy fixtures under a canvas tent with log burning stove, fairy lights, beds, electricity and use of a communal glamping kitchen.
  • Pods: sleeps 2-4 people and is suitable for use all year round with beds, heating, firepit, lighting and a TV.
  • Yurts: set in a private secluded area, the Mongolian styled yurt is spacious and features beds, electricity, decked area and fairy lights.
  • Ready Tents: available in six and four berths for families, these tents are ready for you to move into with separate bedrooms, electrical sockets, camping kitchen and a dining table to eat at.

Eat out at the pub and try some of the delicious food on the menu, as well as having a drink in the summer evenings.

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Wolds Glamping

Wolds Glamping want to make it easy for you to camp by getting rid of the tents, lines, hammers and pack of pegs by offering luxurious camping pods. Located in the Lincolnshire Wolds, close to Pocklington in York, the pods are perfect for a rural escape.

In total, there are six pods to choose from and all have the following features:

  • Central Heating
  • LED lighting
  • Electric sockets for mobile phone recharging
  • Pine beds
  • Double glazed windows
  • Shower block with toilets
  • BBQ
  • Table and chairs

The pod itself can accommodate three beds and the site can provide a travel cot if one is needed.

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Lincolnshire Glamping

Situated in the idyllic village of Tetford, Lincolnshire Glamping has incredible views of the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds. At the site you can easily access the village where you can find a traditional village country pub and restaurants in the surrounding towns.

There is a total of 3 safari tents that offer a unique glamping experience to help you relax. Having been designed with comfort in mind, you will have access to the following features:

  • Double, twin and cabin rooms
  • All bed linen included
  • Toilet and shower
  • Towels
  • Kitchen area with gas oven/hob/grill
  • Dining table and lounge
  • Log burner
  • Outdoor seating
  • Fire pit BBQ/pizza oven

Make the most of the communal area with the fire pit and the traditional games area, as well as exploring all the walking trails that surround the site.

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Longwool Shepherd Huts

Located in the Lincolnshire Wolds, Longwool Shepherd Huts is set within a large glade that reaches 22 acres at the 16th century settlement of Darwood. They offer a unique twist on glamping with their own traditional shepherd hut.

The hut itself was previously used by the owner’s great-grandfather and has been restored to its former glory. It has the following features:

  • Double bed made up
  • Mini-oven and hob
  • Wood burning stove
  • Cookware and utensils
  • Fridge
  • Picnic table and chairs outside
  • Herb garden
  • Sun awning
  • Welcome pack

There is also a traditional pan-tiled wash house with a double shower, heated towel rail and a high standard of cleanliness.

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