Cornwall Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Cornwall is more than just a pretty seaside resort. In fact, it’s quickly becoming one of the top glamping destinations! From rugged coastlines to mystical moorlands, there’s plenty of room for exploration. Pack your bags and head over to Cornish county where your glamping adventure awaits!

Best Cornwall Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

Glamping is the new and modern take on traditional camping! Why leave the comforts of home when you can bring them on your next trip? With the rising trend of glamping, many accommodations are upgrading along the Cornish coast. These self-catering pods and shepherd’s huts come with premium hot tubs and an extra touch of nature. Discover the best glamping lodges that Cornwall has to offer!

  • The View
    The View
    Mornick near Callington, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Charming studio with wraparound deck. Amenities include lower-level decking area and swimming pool. Intimate home with panoramic countryside view.

  • Stargaze
    Ponsanooth, Cornwall
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Glamping pod with open layout and rustic interiors. Space includes gravelled front garden and outdoor furniture. Fitting for small families.

  • Badgers Rest
    Badgers Rest
    Tintagel, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Snug shepherd’s hut with foldaway double bed. Walking distance to onsite tennis courts. Underfloor heating for all-year-round glamping trips.

  • The Olju
    The Olju
    Ponsanooth, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Contemporary pod with decorative wood railings and mezzanine bedrooms. Fitting for up to six guests. Located near the village of Ponsanooth.

  • Orchard
    Burlawn near Wadebridge, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Romantic hut located on beautiful 410-acre farm. Comes with roofed patio area and lounge chairs. Minutes away from Camel Trail.

  • Sea View
    Sea View
    St Buryan, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Romantic studio lodge with ensuite bathroom. Includes private lawn, decking, and wood-fired hot tub. Property overlooks a beautiful coastline.

  • Fern
    Broad Langdon near Wainhouse Corner, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Dainty-styled shepherd’s hut situated in spacious garden. Glass double doors welcome lots of sunlight. Gorgeous views of wildflowers and rolling hills.

  • Stargazy Cabin
    Stargazy Cabin
    Seaton (2.5mls SW), Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Quaint cabin with decorated porch. Front-row seats to grazing horses and vast meadows. Best for romantic getaways.

  • Reddivallen Hideaway Hut
    Reddivallen Hideaway Hut
    Boscastle (1.5mls S), Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Rustic hideaway hut with outdoor dining. Guests can enjoy lovely lakeside setting. Property set on an organic farm only miles away from the village of Tintagel.

  • Reddivallen Lakeside Hut
    Reddivallen Lakeside Hut
    Mornick near Callington, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Cosy shepherd’s hut with bare essentials. Gravelled patio features al fresco dining and lake views. Includes walking access to nearby organic sheep farm.

  • The Roundhouse Hut
    The Roundhouse Hut
    Rock (4mls E), Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Secluded tiny cabin surrounded by nature. Features include wood burner, open-air fire pit, and patio seating. Perfect for passionate holidays.

  • Valley View Glamping
    Valley View Glamping
    Mevagissey (4 mls S), Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Safari-styled rural retreat with a fantastic view of the farmland. Decked patio comes equipped with BBQ grill and lounge area. Secluded escape for couples.


Things To Do Glamping In Cornwall

Cornwall is famous for its golden sand beaches and crystal blue waters. Visitors flock to the coast every summer to swim, snorkel, or surf. But when it comes to glamping, you’ll probably want something that’s more laid back. Here are some fun ideas that don’t involve getting your feet wet:

Practice yoga and meditation.

Going to the beach isn’t limited to surfing and swimming! Why not practise yoga and meditation by the shoreline? The rhythm of the waves helps you concentrate and the salty breeze cools you down after the session. Here’s another tip: there are many hidden beaches all over Cornwall such as Nanjizal Beach which is Penzance’s secluded cove. Other less busy beach options also include Bosahan Cove and Lantic Bay.

Fire up the barbecue grill.

Most glamping pods come with their own grills or BBQ pits. If you happen to have this extra amenity, don’t forget to use it! The Cornish coastline is rich with kinds of seafood like shrimp and crabs, which make for delicious dinners. You can also fire up the grill and cook steaks, burgers, and hotdogs. Grilling is a great way to make meals in batches or spend some quality family time, which makes it the heart of every camp!

Catch up on your reading list.

Glamping is also the best time to catch up on your reading list. If you didn’t bring your own books, most glamping pods usually include a small collection of books for their guests! Spend your afternoons on sun loungers with a good book on your lap and beautiful country views. You can also make a day out of it and visit Cornwall’s many nature parks with a delicious picnic hamper!

Spend an afternoon with games.

It’s not glamping without an afternoon of games! Cure boredom with several rounds of board games like Monopoly or Snakes and Ladders. Or raise the stakes by competing with your friends in Jenga. Did somebody bring cards? Play for bragging rights! If you don’t have games on hand, there are plenty of classic campfire games you can do. For instance, get to know your friends better with 20 Questions. And if you want to spice things up, a round of Truth or Dare will definitely get the group roaring!

Enjoy a quick walking trail.

Any glamping trip won’t be complete without a quick walking trip. Cornwall has many walking trails for all levels, but the most popular has to be the Camel Trail. This trail can cater to both beginners and experienced hikers, with multiple picturesque treats along its footpaths. You can also go on bikes or bring along your furry friends!

Bring a guide and learn about nature.

Most nature tours provide botanical guides or information signs for their guests. But if you’re venturing out by yourself, it’s always a good idea to bring your own! Open your guide and identify the plants and flowers along your path. You can even bring a pencil and sketch any flora that’s not included in your book. It’s a fun way of learning about nature and ensuring that you don’t miss out on the interesting stuff!

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