Gloucestershire Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs

The county of Gloucestershire lies on a fertile valley with the River Severn cutting through its lands. Aside from being a popular location for weekend getaways, the county is an excellent choice for glamping trips. With the beauty of the Cotswolds holding the eastern border and the rich woods of the Forest of Dean sitting on the western line, the varied landscapes provide the best backdrop for nature retreats. Pack your bags and bring your pets because there’s plenty of room for every glamper within the exquisite region of Gloucestershire!

Best Glamping Pods & Shepherd’s Huts With Hot Tubs in Gloucestershire

Need a holiday base for your glamping needs? Try out these modern pods and renovated shepherd huts located right at the heart of Gloucestershire! Each property is built to accommodate every camper’s needs without sacrificing the beauty and luxury of a holiday stay. From converted cabins with sunken hot tubs to open-plan yurts settled in remote locations, you’ll definitely find a place worthy of your stay. Experience everything that Gloucestershire has to offer with these superb homes!

  • Ducks Nest
    Ducks Nest
    Deerhurst Walton, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Shepherd’s hut located on seven acres of grounds and gardens. Exclusive access to indoor swimming pool and gym facilities. Close to local farm shops and pubs.

  • The Darter Retreat
    The Darter Retreat
    Ross on Wye (9mls N), Wye Valley
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Wooden lodge situated on beautiful holiday resort. Property includes pond, walking trails, and shared swimming pool. Just a short drive from the market town of Ledbury.

  • Outbak Shepherds Hut
    Outbak Shepherds Hut
    Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio hut with charming kitchenette and enclosed terrace. Features sprawling countryside scenery. Dreamy escape for couples on weekend getaways.

  • The Lakeside Yurt
    The Lakeside Yurt
    Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Open-plan yurt with wood burner and sauna. Enclosed yard overlooking picturesque lakeside. Nestled within the valleys of Tewkesbury.

  • Island Yurt
    Island Yurt
    Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Secluded yurt with idyllic lakeside views. Sun-trapped deck decorated with beautiful trees and shrubs. Ideal rural retreat for lovebirds.

  • Halmore Pod
    Halmore Pod
    Halmore near Berkeley, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Remote location within village of Berkeley. Modern glamping pod set against sprawling country surroundings. Close access to Cotswold Way.

  • Beryl's Hut
    Beryl’s Hut
    Coleford (4mls SE), Forest of Dean
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio shepherd’s hut perfect for couples on romantic breaks. Enclosed garden with area for stargazing. Close access to Forest of Dean and Wye Valley.

  • Broom Hill Retreat - Doris
    Broom Hill Retreat – Doris
    Longhope, Forest of Dean
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Dreamy hut for two with raised deck and outdoor furnishings. Home features great selection of board games. One well-behaved pet welcome.

  • Whitemead Forest Park
    Whitemead Forest Park
    Park End, Forest of Dean
    Sleeps 5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Modern cabin with bunkbeds and porch area. Deck also features sunken hot tub. Located in the quiet area of Parkend.

  • The Red Bus!
    The Red Bus!
    Newnham-on-Severn, Gloucestershire
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Converted double decker bus with spacious deck. Amenities include open fire pit and children’s play area. Glimpses of friendly goat paddock.


Things To Do On Your Gloucestershire Glamping Holiday

Gloucestershire has two notable areas of beauty: the Forest of Dean and the Cotswolds. Both destinations have stunning glamping spots with plenty of opportunities to explore. From trekking the national trail across Gloucester to admiring the gardens at Highgrove, glampers will fill their lists with exciting stuff to do. If you need more ideas, here’s a quick look at the best activities for your glamping trip:

Explore the beautiful trails of the Cotswold Way.

Like the South West Coast Path, the Cotswold Way is a national trail stretching hundreds of miles across central Britain. Starting from the lovely town of Chipping Campden, hikers and glampers will enjoy unspoilt views of the English countryside with quick pit stops in neighbouring villages. Despite the length of the trail, the route is easy to take on and welcomes all levels of walkers. Challengers can complete a leg or conquer the entire trail by finishing at the city of Bath!

Bring your family and pet for a day out at Beechenhurst.

Beechenhurst is a small pocket of woodland located within the Forest of Dean. Unlike other wooded areas, this mini-forest is incredibly family-friendly and pet-friendly. Beechenhurst has five walking trails fit for children, big groups, and the elderly. Even your four-legged friends can tag along for the adventure. There are also many onsite facilities where you can rest your feet, rent bikes, or enjoy picnics under the canopy. For an equally thrilling trip, don’t forget to check out the neighbouring forest of Puzzlewood!

Book a tour of the grounds at Highgrove Gardens.

Glampers who are into horticulture are in for a treat with a royal tour of Highgrove Gardens. Located within the area of Tetbury, the enormous manor and estate have long histories with prominent figures in British society, including serving as a private residence for the current monarch. Although the home itself is kept private, the landscaped gardens and sprawling grounds are open to the public through tours and workshops. Guests can learn more about the gardens’ history and organic management or buy nifty handcrafted souvenirs from the gift shop!

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