For many reasons, we of course know that our Yurt Village or Shepherd's Huts will not be suitable to meet the needs of everyone's glamping holiday. For one, we might not be in the right area and also there may not be opportunities to do the activities that you would like to do (we are in the Hampshire countryside, which is great for walking, with nice views and country pubs but really wouldn't be so good if you want to go mountain climbing).
So, how is best to choose your Glamping break? Firstly, as with all decisions, it is good to zone out a little and consider the context of what you are looking for. Is it, for example, a family holiday? A getaway with your partner? A sporting or activity break that rocks your boat (talking about boats, maybe it's more of a sailing holiday that you are looking for). And when you're doing this - don't be selfish. Consider what your partner or children want. Perhaps your partner is a keen angler - in which case a break in one of our Shepherd's Huts by Meon Springs Fly Fishery would rate highly in your consideration. Although it might be that your partner really prefers luxury comforts - in which case, you would probably fare better to take them on a spa holiday.
When it comes to Glamping, there are many shapes and structures to choose from. Each with there advantages and disadvantages. Below is a list of some of them, with a few comments, which you may or may not have considered.