Glamping & Alternative Holiday Accommodation
Many parks are now offering their visitors a glamping or alternative holiday option. Where do you start I hear you ask.
These days there is so much to choose from!
Look at your park size accessibility your planning regulations etc
First port of call will be to see if you need extra planning for adding a glamping option. Some counties will not allow larger structures like safari tents, camping pods.
Are you wanting to add temporary units like bell tent, tipi’s, yurts, Safari Tent., or a more permanent structure like camping pods, modular buildings, log cabins, lodges?
Remember do your homework look for reviews speak to other sites that use a particular company. Also look on feedback from reviews from the public as this is most important as they are the ones using your new structures.
Glamping Connect can help guide you to the correct person. This suppliers website will direct you to suppliers of hard structures and soft structures.
Looking for planning advice or a whole property management service. You will find this on the professional services tab.
Please visit Glamping Connect