Growing up nearly all holidays (or vacations…) consisted of camping–whether it was on a fishing trip or the beach, we were tenting it up. Aside from a few hot and sticky (and sunburnt) related memories, I loved it. Sadly its been quite a few years now and I’m very nostalgic for a bit of outdoor vacationing. Not only do I have a lot of good memories, but I must admit I’m being heavily tempted by some of the amazing tents/tipis out on the market these days. Good part is I don’t even need to own the equipment to enjoy some of them. But can I just say, if I did own one, I’m definitely having bunting. That’s still roughing it, right?
Stay at JollyDays in North Yorkshire. How cute is that!?
A bit more solid ground at kolarbyn in Sweden
Or stay with Canvas Chic in Southern France. Really?! A near spiral staircase on a tent?
An eco wendy house in kolarbyn in Sweden
Imagine the campfire crackling as the sun sets. More gorgeousness from JollyDays in North Yorkshire.
Okay so it’s not exactly a tent, but it certainly is rustic. Do you think that there are any giant mushrooms to sit on at the positively fairytale setting of Bodrifty Roundhouse by Canopy & Stars Cornwall UK
Is that a tent within a tent at Imagine Cool Canvas in Languedoc-Roussillon, France ?
I’m fairly convinced that if a man was in this shot, you would only see him from his waist down. It’s where gnomes live surely…or it’s kolarbyn in Sweden