Glamp-in-Style, Fir-combe Hall, Clay Lane, Tetford, Lincolnshire LN9 6QN
It's easy to see the beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The rise and fall of North-East England's chalky landscape give the place a rural sereneness where a young poet-to-be Alfred Tennyson spent his childhood rambling through the countryside. Clad in a pair of classic 19th-century walking boots, for him, like many others, it is a uniquely inspiring place.
Set in the 16-acre grounds of Fircombe Hall, Glamp-in-Style is, as the name suggests, an altogether more modern way to enjoy the scenery. This campsite's canvas abodes come in the form of large, pre-pitched safari tents, divided inside into a number of different rooms. Luxury shower room with proper flushing loos. Each bed room has its own comfy beds and furnishings. Open plan large living area in the front and a veranda you can open up to the outside world. There's a campfire pit and BBQ for late night marshmallow sessions and ample space in the meadow beyond for little ones to play safely.
On the edge of the village of Tetford, the site is known not only for the enticing footpaths and walking opportunities but also the quiet country roads and bridleways. As a result the campsite also offers 'Glamp-in-Equine-Style' holidays where you can bring along your own horse to ride. Trundle here with your horse-box and you can graze your horse in the campsite's neighbouring meadow before enjoying the scenery on four feet rather than two.The historic county capital of Lincoln is within easy driving distance, while the coast and seaside towns of Skegness and Cleethorpes are also less than an hour away. Throw in the villages of the Lincolnshire Wolds, the county wildlife park and National Trust-owned Gunby Hall & Gardens and you'll find there's plenty to keep you busy. So much to do, so little time!