Experience the world of solo glamping today

Welcome to the world of solo glamping, where adventure meets tranquillity in a truly personalised experience! Picture yourself surrounded by nature's serene beauty, indulging in the luxury of solitude. Solo glamping offers a unique opportunity to disconnect from the noise of everyday life and reconnect with your inner self, all while enjoying the comforts and conveniences of a glamping retreat.

Experience Freedom has a range of different glamping units that are perfect for one with all the amenities to make you feel at home.

You can now book up to the end of December 2024 with only a 25% deposit and payment options that work for you, or use our late availability checker to find a last minute break.

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Camping pod stays from £78 for 2 nights

Our camping pods provide an affordable, cosy experience, perfect for one person. More comfortable than traditional camping!

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Authentic Yurt stays from £98 for 2 nights

For a natural, authentic glamping experience, curl up for a night under canvas or in our new wooden option in one of our spacious yurts.

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Glamping pod stays from £98 for 2 nights

Glamping pods offer you a contemporary glamping holiday experience with all your creature comforts, including en-suite facilities.

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Things to do

Go exploring

Explore the picturesque villages in the Cotswolds, enjoy ambling through the antique shops and quaint tearooms. 

Visit Moreton-in-Marsh

Go stargazing

Be adventurous

Try something new and take the opportunity to attempt a variety of water sports activities in the tranquil Lake District.

Visit Coniston Park Coppice

Solo doesn't have to mean without companionship! If you want to bring your four-legged friend, here's what you need to know.

  • £10 supplement - it's £10 per night to bring your dog, payable when you book your accommodation
  • Subject to availability - whilst we will always try and accommodate you, we have limited dog friendly accommodation
  • Suitable for you and your dog - we'll provide everything to keep the humans in your group happy, as well as a dog bowl, treats and waste bags for your furry friends. If there's anything else you need for a comfortable stay, you'll need to bring this with you

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Safety tips for solo glamping adventures

When embarking on a solo glamping adventure, it's essential to prioritise safety to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. Here are a few tips to keep in mind:

Research your destination: Before heading out, thoroughly research your glamping location. Familiarise yourself with the area's potential hazards, local wildlife, weather conditions, and any safety guidelines or regulations that may apply.

Share your itinerary: Inform a trusted friend or family member about your solo glamping plans. Share details such as your destination, dates, and contact information. Regularly update them on your progress and any changes to your itinerary.

Pack emergency essentials: Prepare a well-stocked emergency kit that includes first aid supplies, a torch, extra batteries, a map, a compass, a whistle, and a fully charged mobile phone. Be sure to familiarise yourself with how to use these items.

Stay aware of wildlife: Depending on your location, you may encounter wildlife during your solo glamping trip. Research the types of animals present and learn how to safely coexist with them. Store food securely to prevent attracting wildlife to your campsite.

Practice campsite security: Keep your personal belongings and valuables secure at all times. Lock your accommodation when you're away and consider investing in a small lockbox or safe for additional security.

Stay connected: While the allure of disconnecting from technology may be tempting, it's important to have a means of communication in case of emergencies. Keep your mobile phone charged and carry a portable charger to ensure you can reach out for help if needed.

Trust your instincts: Your intuition is a powerful tool. If you ever feel uncomfortable or sense something is amiss, trust your instincts and take the necessary precautions. It's always better to err on the side of caution and prioritise your safety.



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