Glamping with Kids: Top Tips

We’ve been thinking long and hard recently about whether to go abroad with the children (aged 4 and 1) or to have a UK holiday and decided to leave boarding a plane with two little ones until they’re a teeny bit older. I know LOADS of people do it and it’s probably a breeze but the thought of just throwing everyone and everything in a car and setting off is winning me over right now. We have previously been ‘glamping’ with Erin when she was just a year old. We stayed at Paines Farmhouse in Goudhurst and it was such a lovely, little place. They’ve also added a couple of airstreams to their repertoire since our visit so definitely worth a look – they were brilliant hosts. 

Anyway, I thought I would share some top camping and glamping with kids tips with you, if you’re thinking of doing something similar as the thought of not having a proper roof over your head, in the middle of nowhere, can be more than a little bit daunting. This has been a collaborative post, so where a tip was given by another blogger, I’ve linked them in. Do check out their blogs along the way!

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Erin with her Potwells hot water bottle

Please do get in touch if you’ve found some brilliant top tips for camping and glamping with kids! We’re still on the lookout for where to go so would love to hear your ideas!

But if you need a little more luxury than glamping, then check out our review of Waterside Holidays in Weymouth, Alveston Manor in Stratford-upon-Avon or Palmeira Court in Westcliff-on-Sea.