2 Night Lake District Glamping Break For 2 People now ££44.15 w/code ( £22.08 p.p) @ Wowcher
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2 Night Lake District Glamping Break For 2 People now ££44.15 w/code ( £22.08 p.p) @ Wowcher

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Found 8th Mar
Use code NEW15/15NEW (new users) to get this for ££44.15 - works out at £22.08 p.p, and thats for 2 nights!

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  • Go glamping in the beautiful Lake District at Gill Head Farm, near Keswick.
  • Stay for two peaceful nights in a cosy timber camping pod.
  • Sleeps two adults and up to two children - up to two children can be added at £5 per person per night.
  • With deep-filled futon beds, electricity and a decking area.
  • Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and rated 4 out of 5.


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  • One voucher per two people.
  • May buy multiples as gifts.
  • Valid Sunday-Thursday from 17th Mar-31st Oct 2018.
  • Excludes school and bank holidays.
  • £5pppn surcharge for children (2 max).
  • Must book at least 48-hours in advance.
  • 72-hour cancellation policy applies.
  • Subject to availability.
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fame5 m ago

which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near …which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near Manchester??


Only one way to find out....... F I G H T!!!!
Who would have thought you could make a posh camping business out of a few oversized chicken coops!
Unfortunately they don't take dogs otherwise I would have booked this.
From tripadvisor:
We bought a voucher for what was described as 'glamping' which entailed sleeping in a camping pod on a roll up mattress with just a small heater and lamp for company. Our own fault entirely of course since we knew from the writeup what was included in the very low price. But I do think describing it as glamping might be slightly over egging a little
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which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near Manchester??
fame5 m ago

which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near …which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near Manchester??


Only one way to find out....... F I G H T!!!!
I wouldn't visit either of those cities if staying there. Both national parks have wonderful places to visit. Would not see either as a base for a city break. The lake district one is a good 90 mins by car from Manchester city centre.
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I wouldn't fancy someone letting one go in there
Who would have thought you could make a posh camping business out of a few oversized chicken coops!
Unfortunately they don't take dogs otherwise I would have booked this.
Valid Sunday to Thursday, excludes School Holidays before anyone with school age kids books.
inspectorhector1 h, 32 m ago

I wouldn't visit either of those cities if staying there. Both national …I wouldn't visit either of those cities if staying there. Both national parks have wonderful places to visit. Would not see either as a base for a city break. The lake district one is a good 90 mins by car from Manchester city centre.


I think you have misunderstood their question....
From tripadvisor:
We bought a voucher for what was described as 'glamping' which entailed sleeping in a camping pod on a roll up mattress with just a small heater and lamp for company. Our own fault entirely of course since we knew from the writeup what was included in the very low price. But I do think describing it as glamping might be slightly over egging a little
Most of those cheap staying deals are Sun - Thu. Just renders it useless for me I'm afraid
AT15 m ago

From tripadvisor:We bought a voucher for what was described as 'glamping' …From tripadvisor:We bought a voucher for what was described as 'glamping' which entailed sleeping in a camping pod on a roll up mattress with just a small heater and lamp for company. Our own fault entirely of course since we knew from the writeup what was included in the very low price. But I do think describing it as glamping might be slightly over egging a little


So you have to bring your own blanket and stuff?
David_Gregory45 m ago

Unfortunately they don't take dogs otherwise I would have booked this.


Answered my concern!
AT131 m ago

From tripadvisor:We bought a voucher for what was described as 'glamping' …From tripadvisor:We bought a voucher for what was described as 'glamping' which entailed sleeping in a camping pod on a roll up mattress with just a small heater and lamp for company. Our own fault entirely of course since we knew from the writeup what was included in the very low price. But I do think describing it as glamping might be slightly over egging a little


Compared to a tent on the ground? For £50 you were expecting?
Ripco146 m ago

Compared to a tent on the ground? For £50 you were expecting?


I have stayed in a few of these pods over the last few years. My tent is much better than one of these.
Hmmmm, under 2s free or are they still people?
inspectorhector3 h, 13 m ago

I wouldn't visit either of those cities if staying there. Both national …I wouldn't visit either of those cities if staying there. Both national parks have wonderful places to visit. Would not see either as a base for a city break. The lake district one is a good 90 mins by car from Manchester city centre.


Yeah Manchester is closer to the Peak District than the Lake District
David_Gregory2 h, 22 m ago

Unfortunately they don't take dogs otherwise I would have booked this.


can't you go without the wife?




Sorry mate, I just had to.
Where do you put the discount code ? I bought it but couldn't see where to add the code ??
bobmats_shel2 h, 36 m ago

Valid Sunday to Thursday, excludes School Holidays before anyone with …Valid Sunday to Thursday, excludes School Holidays before anyone with school age kids books.


I'm assuming they are referring to school holidays for English schools. 2 week difference between England and Scotland so might be an early summer bargain for some
Anyone got any information regarding toilets/shower facilities?
We did one of these wooden pod glamping breaks in late September. It was fine but the pods were too close together and like most things in life, it's other people that ruin it. Feral children if indeterminate age or sex loudly running around kicking balls at other pods whilst the 'adults' smoke fags and drink beer loudly. All I'm saying is these cheap break often attract the type of people who have permanent broken fridges and tyres in their front gardens.
You can sleep in my shed for £20 a night. Save a couple of quid & sleeps as many as I can grasp the £20 out yr hands.
We stayed at Herding Hill in Haltwhistle a couple of years back in one of these. Was brilliant! Although ours had fridge, kettle, microwave etc and if we upgraded we would have got a hot tub. Worth a go!
Love it,leave the mobile & computer at home.Learn to live not exist in cyber space
SixtyFive1 h, 13 m ago

You can sleep in my shed for £20 a night. Save a couple of quid & sleeps …You can sleep in my shed for £20 a night. Save a couple of quid & sleeps as many as I can grasp the £20 out yr hands.


Depends on your location lol
davidbrent1 h, 53 m ago

We did one of these wooden pod glamping breaks in late September. It was …We did one of these wooden pod glamping breaks in late September. It was fine but the pods were too close together and like most things in life, it's other people that ruin it. Feral children if indeterminate age or sex loudly running around kicking balls at other pods whilst the 'adults' smoke fags and drink beer loudly. All I'm saying is these cheap break often attract the type of people who have permanent broken fridges and tyres in their front gardens.


That reminds me. Must get rid of those tyres.
David_Gregory6 h, 14 m ago

Unfortunately they don't take dogs otherwise I would have booked this.


Oh no, rules me out too!
Deedie5 h, 40 m ago

I have stayed in a few of these pods over the last few years. My tent is …I have stayed in a few of these pods over the last few years. My tent is much better than one of these.


Tent wins hands down ....
Stayed here before in a pod and paid loads more, lovely location and the family that run it even sell breakfast from their kitchen in the mornings!
LucyPearson7 h, 13 m ago

Stayed here before in a pod and paid loads more, lovely location and the …Stayed here before in a pod and paid loads more, lovely location and the family that run it even sell breakfast from their kitchen in the mornings!



Thanks Lucy from Gill Head Farm
fame17 h, 40 m ago

which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near …which is better to visit peak district derby or this Lake district near Manchester??


The Peak District is closer to most of Manchester than the Lake District
davidbrent13 h, 38 m ago

We did one of these wooden pod glamping breaks in late September. It was …We did one of these wooden pod glamping breaks in late September. It was fine but the pods were too close together and like most things in life, it's other people that ruin it. Feral children if indeterminate age or sex loudly running around kicking balls at other pods whilst the 'adults' smoke fags and drink beer loudly. All I'm saying is these cheap break often attract the type of people who have permanent broken fridges and tyres in their front gardens.


Or stuck up people like yourself who quite clearly is the type of person that does not drink or smoke or have any children? What are you on a cheap break from David? You obviously have the most perfect life and a broken fridge and tyre free garden, maybe next time camp out in that eh? Let the beer swilling, fag smoking, feral children spawning lot have their break without you putting a downer on it!
Edited by: "zoeh86" 9th Mar
We've stayed in two pods in different places and loved both. There were more dogs than kids when we went and they were equipped with basic furniture, electric and heating. Both times they were spaced apart quite well. We'd use them again. Heat added
zoeh863 h, 21 m ago

Or stuck up people like yourself who quite clearly is the type of person …Or stuck up people like yourself who quite clearly is the type of person that does not drink or smoke or have any children? What are you on a cheap break from David? You obviously have the most perfect life and a broken fridge and tyre free garden, maybe next time camp out in that eh? Let the beer swilling, fag smoking, feral children spawning lot have their break without you putting a downer on it!


I am happy to live and let live as long as one doesn't bother anyone else. Sadly in my experience, many do not share that view.
davidbrent19 h, 34 m ago

I am happy to live and let live as long as one doesn't bother anyone else. …I am happy to live and let live as long as one doesn't bother anyone else. Sadly in my experience, many do not share that view.


The previous comment doesn’t sound very ‘live and let live’. Why consider glamping when your ivory tower will suffice?
edwardo19733 h, 10 m ago

The previous comment doesn’t sound very ‘live and let live’. Why consider g …The previous comment doesn’t sound very ‘live and let live’. Why consider glamping when your ivory tower will suffice?


Read the sentence again with particular attention to the last part. I have no issue with people enjoying themselves as long as it doesn't negatively impact on others. The feral brats not being supervised whilst their parents were loudly shouting at each other over a steady intake of warm Carling and copious packs of B&H were negatively impacting on others I e the majority of the 'pods' on the campsite..
Good deal tempted
Edited by: "superscrooge" 10th Mar
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