Single night glamping…is it enough?
Yes! In our honest opinion longer glamping stays are always better. But if you have just one night free and are thinking of coming glamping, then it is well worth the effort. We offer Sunday to Thursday single night glamping stays at both Wild Boar Wood Campsite and Beech Estate Campsite – which are great if you like a quick getaway and want to get back to nature. We even sometimes open up weekends in April and May for glamping for one night!
Worth the effort for a single night?
There is practically no effort at all required when you come glamping – even if you’ve just got a single night to escape. We’ve got you covered here as we provide the tent, the equipment, the logs for campfires and nearly everything else you can think of. You’ll just need your bedding and food for an evening. Unlike a standard camping trip – where you need to pack everything but the kitchen sink – even if glamping for one night, we’ve made it easy.
Any food suggestions?
Some people may think that cooking on a campfire is confusing, hard work and takes a really long time. We say it really doesn’t have to be. Opt for the easy stuff like a BBQ. Cooking sausages and burgers on a grill (provided) over the campfire is minimal effort when glamping for one night. Fancy something a bit more adventurous? Hire one of our dutch ovens and make a chilli. As for breakfast, get your eco stove (also provided) going with some kindling and within minutes you can have the bacon cooking for a sarnie and be the envy of the campsite. Click the link below to see more of our easy campfire recipe suggestions.
What should I do on a quick glamping escape?
Relax. Switch off. Is there any more you really need to do? We don’t take enough time to sit down and stop these days so relaxing would be at the top of our list. If you really want something else to do, go for a lovely countryside walk. Pop to the local village pub. Try out one of the board games from our information shed. Go on a bug hunt. Play a game. Switch off your phone and try a technological detox.
Our campsites are just outside of the South Downs National Park, this area is classified as an International Dark Sky Reserve. Pretty crazy to think that just an hour or so from London you can see some of the country’s most spectacular skies.
You can even download a free app that will allow you to map the stars above, why not try to find your favourite constellations? Or help the little ones spot Orion’s Belt.
A glass of wine, a warm and cosy campfire, the hoot of the owls, the twinkling of the stars. Lay your head down and rest easy with us when glamping for one night.