Have you given a thought to summer camping yet? Those yurts, lodges and cool glampy sites get booked up waaaaay in advance, so to give you the early heads up, here are the 25 best places to start your search, as chosen by the people in the know – the regional Muddy editors.Read more
You’re never far from a campsite in Cornwall, which means there are lots of options for laidback breaks by the sea. But how to choose? Ask a local of course! Or even better, ask the discerning, style-savvy locals who hang out on Instagram. Each of these gorgeous indie campsites has been personally recommended (or tried out by me) and chosen for their locations, facilities, views and atmosphere — with plenty of glamping options for camping softies too.Read more
I made the mistake of going on my summer holidays at the beginning of July before most of the schools broke out – I felt very smug at the time, but as I sit here shivering in my indoor hat (yes I have one) and my two pairs of socks, that seems an age ago and I am in dire need of something to look forward to.
If you’re needing some inspiration for 2017 too, voila mes braves, I’ve got it going on right here and you wont even need a passport.Read more
I’ve always been a bit of a gypsy at heart and spent most of my summer holidays as a child barefoot, muddy and knickerless, camping in the New Forest. So I’m right at home with rustic accommodation. When I heard about the gorgeous glamping shepherds huts at Melody Farm between Falmouth and Truro a few weeks back I jumped at the chance to try them out.
Tim and Brigitte Kemp bought Melody Farm in 2010, moving from Kent, with a vision of creating a zero carbon holiday destination.Read more