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Hot Tub glamping in Yorkshire is hugely popular, for a number of reasons. One of the main ones is that this county is big. North, South and West Yorkshire, combined with the East Riding, represent about a tenth of the entire geographical area of England. Not only that, Yorkshire has a 45 mile long coastline, and the Yorkshire Dales National Park spreads into the neighbouring counties of Cumbria and Lancashire. So as you can imagine there are some amazing places for glamping in a beautiful treehouse, safari tent, shepherds hut or pod with a private hot tub in Yorkshire.

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    Hawes, Yorkshire Dales / Sleeps 2

    Book from £51 Per Night - Visit the nearby town of Hawes just a 10 minute walk away, or explore the local caves, castles and Hardraw Force Waterfall.

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    Driffield, Yorkshire Moors & Coast / Sleeps 2

    Book from £56 Per Night - Set around a tranquil lake in East Yorkshire, you can enjoy canoeing, fishing, tennis or head over to Brandesburton village which is a short walk away.

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    Filey, North Yorkshire / Sleeps 2

    Book from £62 Per Night - Located just south of Scarborough, you have the Yorkshire coast a 5 minute drive away and two national parks on your doorstep.

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Why Go Luxury Camping

With so much space to choose from, the Yorkshire Dales National Park has a number of registered glampsites. These combine the pleasures of glamping with the added security and flexibility of a holiday camp. For families with kids, this can make time spent on holiday pass very quickly and pleasurably, for young and not so young alike.
Glampsites in the Dales are sometimes to be found as part of working farms.

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Nidderdale, on the edge of the National Park, is itself an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area also plays host to many working farms, some of which happily set aside some of their land for glampsites. Children especially appreciate the chance to see nature in the raw, while never too far away from safety and comfort. Spring in particular is popular with families, as new born lambs make their appearance for the first time.

To the north of Nidderdale, and at the start of the Dales, is the North Yorkshire market town of Richmond. This ancient town, founded by the Normans in 1071, was once the capital of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of Yorkshire.

There are many luxury glamping sites in Yorkshire, some of them decidedly “off-grid”, which are becoming more popular with glampers looking to escape the madness of modern life. Luckily, with Richmond close by, if that becomes a bit lonely, there is a bustling, thriving town nearby to re-stock with provisions, and have thoroughly modern night out.

North York Moors

To the north east of Yorkshire lies the North York Moors National Park. This sits next to the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding National Beauty to the south west, and spreads eastward to the coast between Scarborough, Whitby and north to Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Many of the glampsites on the Moors are located at the coast, as families enjoy the twin benefits of open countryside and the seaside.

Coastal glamping also has the bonus of the wonderful coastal towns nearby, such as the historic fishing port of Whitby. Itself a world famous tourist destination, Whitby has more recently found fame as the home of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula. This attracts the gothic community from many nations, especially around the time of twice yearly Whitby Goth Weekend music festivals, in April and October.

Scarborough is also a world famous tourist destination, with miles of beaches and a character all its own. Glampsites nearby sit on the edge of the Moors, which lie just to the north and west of Scarborough. The nearby town of Scalby is particularly popular as a starting point for glamping holidays on the North York Moors.

Families glamping on the Moors also have the attraction of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR), a heritage railway re-opened in 1973. This has become so successful that it attracts more visitors than any other heritage railway line. It runs between Whitby in the north to Pickering, in the heart of the Moors. To actually take a journey by steam train across the Moors is a thrill many families treasure for a lifetime. Not only that, the NYMR has connections with national rail services, at Whitby and Grosmont.

The Wolds

The Yorkshire Wolds are something of a hidden gem. The term “wolds” means low lying hills, which is perfect for glamping and glampsites. The Wolds area lies in the east of Yorkshire, mainly in the East Riding, north of the city of Hull. To the north east lies the Flamborough Head peninsula, home of the Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast tourist destination. The popular seaside town of Bridlington is just to the south of this headland.

The Wolds are largely untouched, and have historic towns and villages which retain a unique character. The largest town is Driffield, and the traditional capital of the Wolds is Kilham. These and the many villages of the Wolds lie on a gently rising plain of land, which reaches its height to the west. This gives amazing views of the surrounding countryside, with the sea often visible to the east.

Further Afield

Glamping is slightly more popular to the north of the Wolds, between Bridlington and Stamford Bridge, which lies to the east of York. There are glamping facilities including shepherds' huts available in the area, which itself makes the Wolds a unique glamping destination. As most of the towns and villages in the area are well set up for tourism, getting supplies should be no problem.

The Wolds also hosts its own heritage railway line, the Yorkshire Wolds Railway. For getting a view of the surrounding landscape, including your glampsite, this form of transport takes some beating.
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To the west of the Dales, the land becomes more dramatic, as the National Park mixes with the Pennines. For glampers who like a bit of adventure, this offers opportunities to experience some truly unique land formations. The village of Malham, for instance, is at the center of some world famous natural features, like Malham Cove, Janet's Foss and Gordale Scar.

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