Bristol Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

There’s more to Bristol other than the hustle and bustle of the city. In fact, it’s rapidly becoming one of the most popular glamping spots in England. From its vast outdoor parks to its far-reaching woodlands, there are tons of sights to see and things to do for enthusiastic campers. Escape to the southwest and enjoy the natural beauty of Bristol!

Best Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs Near Bristol

Like most cities, Bristol is quick to pick up on the glamping trend and it’s no surprise why. With its busy hub and sprawling countryside, it’s the perfect mix of “glamorous” and “camping” for visitors. Luckily, there are many holiday lodges located within and outside of Bristol. Each property is nestled within nature without leaving the everyday essentials. For glampers in need of adventure and exciting nightlife, check out these perfect glamping pods!

  • Jasmine Hut, Myrtle Farm
    Jasmine Hut, Myrtle Farm
    Warmley, Somerset
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio glamping pod with pastel interiors. Private garden for al fresco dining and bright rural setting. Located on the outskirts of Warmsley.

  • Cherry Blossom
    Cherry Blossom
    Warmley, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Romantic studio lodge fit for two. Graveled patio for sunny breakfasts and hot tub nights. Lovely country views of Gloucestershire.

  • Luxury Lodge
    Luxury Lodge
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Luxurious lodge overlooking open fields. Features covered and furnished outdoor area with minibar. Spacious gravelled yard perfect for nighttime hangouts.

  • Bye Mills Shepherd's Hut
    Bye Mills Shepherd’s Hut
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio lodging for romantic retreats. Additional bothy for extra guests or storage space. Front garden with fire pit, sun loungers, and idyllic woodland views.

  • Lime KilnDog Friendly
    Lime Kiln
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Open-layout glamping lodge with wide veranda. One well-behaved pet is welcome. Facilities include onsite shop, laundry area, and shared picnic space.

  • Midsomer Lodges
    Midsomer Lodges
    Pilton, Shepton Mallet
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Contemporary holiday lodge boasting elegant design. Private deck with patio furniture, sun loungers, and sunken hot tub. Gorgeous views across countryside.

  • Mongolian Yurt
    Mongolian Yurt
    Vobster, Radstock
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Fully-furnished yurt for remote holidays. Extremely dog-friendly property. Within driving distance to the historical city of Bath.

  • Quackers, The Little BurrowDog Friendly
    Quackers, The Little Burrow
    Sleeps 5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Semi-subterranean lodging with grass-covered dome. Includes paved patio and picnic bench for al fresco dining. Features treatment rooms, gym, and cafe bistro

  • Apple Tree Glamping
    Apple Tree Glamping
    Wookey, Wells
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Glamping home set within tranquil private farmland. Includes enclosed deck with outdoor grill and wood-fired hot tub. Minutes away from local pubs and restaurants.


Things To Do On Your Bristol Hot Tub Glamping Break

Bristol is the biggest city in the southwest with endless experiences to offer. Venture out and see the beautiful harbour right in the city centre. If you’re feeling outdoorsy, the city has many parks where you can stroll and have a picnic. And if you’d rather stay in your holiday base, the countryside boasts scenic views and relaxing vibes. So the next time you go glamping in Bristol, don’t forget to check these off your list:

Tour the city from Bristol Harbour.

Located at the heart of the city is Bristol Harbour. Built along the banks of the River Avon, the harbour provides a stunning seascape amidst the urban layout. Spend a day away from your glamping base and stroll along the riverside with plenty of shops and cafes at opposite ends of the streets. And while swimming in the river is discouraged, there are watersports activities to participate in. Plus, you can always rent a boat and experience the river first hand!

Pack a telescope and go stargazing.

Most glamping pods are located on the outskirts of Bristol, giving you the finest spot in between idyllic nature and busy city life. And the ultimate feature of these locations is the vast night sky. Since you’re far away from the city’s artificial lights, you get to enjoy the stunning views of the Milky Way right from your own holiday home. Here’s a tip: make sure to pack a telescope to get the best out of those views!

Enjoy birdwatching at the city’s oldest park – Brandon Hill.

Glamping is all about mixing nature and luxury. This is especially true when it comes to Bristol’s oldest nature reserve, Brandon Hill. Stretching at least two hectares, the reserve is nestled right within the city and provides a natural escape for people who want to get a glimpse of the countryside. It also serves as a haven for migrating birds. Aside from twitchers, beginner hikers will also love the park’s steep trails and lush meadows. As you explore the trails more, you’ll soon forget you’re in the city in the first place!

Spend the night playing board games.

Going glamping doesn’t mean that you have to let go of traditional camping activities! This includes playing classic camping games. Bring out the cards or board games and lay them all out in the living room. If it’s a grown-up trip, don’t hesitate to let loose and crack open a bottle of your favourite wine. Feel even closer to nature by taking your games to the glamping pod’s private patio where you can have fun under the stars!

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