Top Snuggletastic Staycations
As it's officially the year of the Staycation, we've put together a list of our top 3 Staycation spots in the UK based on Snuggletastic® stays by some of our All-in-One family.
The Camp Hill Estate set in the heart of North Yorkshire was built in 1738 as a family home, agricultural estate, and a sporting residence to the Serjeantson's, Leyland's, Reynard's and since 1945, the Ropner family.
The 300-acre Estate is home to North Yorkshire County Show, Camp Hill Sausage and Beer Festival, Dubs Int Dales VW Campervan Festival, Camp Katur Glamping Village, Bear Souls Yoga Dome and a whole lot of adventure!
Year on year, Camp Hill plan on reducing their Carbon Footprint by seeking recyclable materials, environmental schemes, work experience volunteering, charity events and local fundraising.
Rachel, a friend our our very own Rach (Brand Manager) visited the glamping village recently.
"We had a lovely time glamping at Camp Hill! The site was pet friendly, child friendly, and there was little pizza vans around the site. Our first time glamping, I really wish we had taken our Onesies as it got quite cold on a night time!"
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Old Barn Bowden Head
The Old Barn Bowden Head offers a wonderful retreat for a family in the heart of the Peak District.
Every year All-in-One customer Natalie, her husband Gary and the kids go on holiday with her parents. They’ve been all over, Florida, USA RV’ing, and this year, they decided on a staycation at Bowden Edge Farm House.
"This was the most beautiful modern converted barn! In such a rural location we enjoyed many of local walks and traveled to the local villages to parks for ice creams. It was about an hour from Chester Zoo and Alton Towers, so much to do. The kids absolutely loved it, the house was well equipped for kids, they especially loved the outdoor pool. The adults especially loved the outdoor bar and fire pit!"
Visit Old Barn Bowden Head
Hidden River Cabins
"Hidden River Cabins was set up a by Rob Carr a dairy farmer from Carlisle. In order to diversify and due to execptional scenery in and around his farm, he decided everyone should experience this part of the untouched corner of England where you will find the cabins. With help from his wife Rachel Carr, his 2 children and team Hidden River Cabins. He continues to welcome guests from all corners of the globe.
Rob bespokely designed the 5 cabins, and the wood comes from UK forests. Shortly the 5 cabins had been built and quickly the Hidden River Cafe and Reception was built. In 2017 the Hidden River House was refurbished from a farmhouse to a group accommodation with 2 wings to sleep up to 20 people."
‘Our stay as absolutely amazing! We stayed in one part of the fabulous Hidden River House. Everything about it felt luxurious. The super king size beds were so comfy. Every room had an en-suite. The kitchen was a state of the art kitchen that we took full advantage of making homemade pizzas. Beautiful setting. The hot tub overlooked a stunning view. Would highly recommend. Great for couples, for families and for larger groups.’