When it comes to getting away, cabins are the perfect way to escape from the urban blues.
Glamping, camping without roughing it, is way to go when you want to take a holiday.
This new trend offers so many unique and unusual ways to get outdoors with the most luxe amenities.
You can go glamping in airstreams, trailers, barns, farmhouses, pods, cottages, huts, eco lodges, tents, treehouses, tipis and cabins.
Cabineering is a new travel trend that is offered by many luxury properties, it’s a cozy way to have a memorable and experiential holiday.
Staying at a cabin gives you the comforts of home and the notable amenities of a luxury hotel.
In addition, most of these cabins are in some of the most remote and breathtaking areas around the globe.
For those of you who dream of getting away from the urban blues and getting into the outdoors, these five cabins are sure to be your next escape.
Cabin on the Lake
This cabin is a effortless one-room cabin in an blissful setting near Machynlleth in mid-Wales. It comes equipped with a double bed, wood-burning stove, covered kitchen and a shower. Guests can enjoy a swim in the lake or warm up in the hot tub. This dwelling sits on a working farm, which is home to an adult only campsite. The isolated setting is a great way you can live out your escapist dreams in comfort.
A new generation of architects have taken this cabin and it into a modern day hut that is both eco-friendly and trendy. This cabin is off the grid on a 190-acre farm that overlooks the Galloway Hills in Scotland. There is no shortage of activities for guests they can see the Threave Castle, Logan Botanic Garden or even explore the countryside on they 7stanes biking trails. Guests can also sit on their deck and enjoy the idyllic views that surround them.
North Star Club
Set up in 2008, this North Star Club cabin offers luxury tents that are set across 15 acres of North Yorkshire woodland. This glamping destination features eight suites that are set on 500 acres of stunning woodland. The suites have king-size beds, woodburners and even offer spa treatments. This place is the perfect getaway for the city escapee who enjoys a picturesque outdoor setting.
Grey Willow Yurts
This cabin is a tell tell sign of how much the glamping market is expanding as it is known as a “yabin.” A yabin is a hybrid between a yurt and a cabin. This octagonal wooden structure is an eco-friendly site in the Blackdown Hills near Honiton. The yabins feature a double bed, futons, woodburning stove, furniture made from local materials and a designated campfire area.
Elmley National Nature Reserve
Elmley is a cattle farm and national nature reserve on the Isle of Sheppey. This glamping escape is encompassed by wildlife-rich grazing marsh. It has three shepherd’s huts that provide accommodations for wildlife watchers. Each hut offers guests a double bed, en-suites, woodburners and cooking facilities.
Recent graduate from the University of Utah with a degree in Mass Communications and previously the lead writer for Glamping LLC.