We take a look at the latest additions to the Cool Camping collection this year
We're over a quarter of the way through 2019 and, as always, we've spent that time working hard to find brand new businesses and undiscovered campsites that deserve the Cool Camping seal of approval. That includes brand new campsites and glamping sites that have never opened their gates before, as well as those little nooks and hidden spots that we've heard about in recent weeks and added to our website for the very first time. So, if you're looking for a new place to stay that you've never seen on coolcamping.com before, you've come to the right place. Here are our favourite new additions from the first few months of this year...
Laverstock Farm Glamping, Dorset
Go off-grid in this romantic shepherd's hut for two in rural West Dorset, 20 minutes from the Jurassic Coast.
Moss Side Farm, Lake District
Enjoy the best of both worlds at this Cumbrian campsite between the mountains and the beaches of the Irish Sea.
Bert's Kitchen Garden, North Wales
Savour the spectacular remoteness off the Llyn Peninsula at this seaside campsite, with a shingle beach just metres away.
Cornish Yurt Holidays, Cornwall
Discover bluebell-carpeted woods and hidden streams at this semi-wild yurt site on the edge of Bodmin Moor.
Teddy's Farm, The New Forest
Open for just a few selected dates this summer, this campfire-friendly, back-to-basics campsite has a prime location in the New Forest National Park.
Lockhurst Hatch Farm, Surrey
This single romantic shepherd's hut is within easy reach of London but feels a million miles away, with gorgeous views across the Surrey Hills.
Orchard Farm, Somerset
Just south of Glastonbury, this peaceful orchard site has just 10 camping pitches, plus luxurious, en-suite, glamping pods.
The Cabins Conwy, Snowdonia
With the mountains of Snowdonia on the doorstep and the seaside of Conwy and Llandudno just down the road, these eco-friendly cabins have something for all.
Amber's Bell Tent Camping, Nationwide
Featured in The Times, The Telegraph and The Independent, its no surprise that Amber Wykes is now opening four new glamping locations for 2019.
Wild Wellingtons, West Wales
10 minutes from the beaches of Cardigan Bay, this brand new, eco-friendly glamping site has two domes and a shepherds hut and is sure to be a hit with kids.
Kentmere Farm Pods, Lake District
With views down the Kentmere Valley, this weather-proof pod glamping site in the Lake District is ideal for hiking and mountain biking.
Maple Field Camping, Hampshire
Wildflowers, birds and butterflies abound at this pop-up campsite on the Hampshire-Dorset border, where cows give way to campers this summer.