Family Glamping Break (sleeps 4) at Stanley Villa Farm near Blackpool 1 night £39 / 2 nights £49 at Wowcher
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Family Glamping Break (sleeps 4) at Stanley Villa Farm near Blackpool 1 night £39 / 2 nights £49 at Wowcher

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Found 5th Apr 2017
A good price for a glamping break for a family of up to four. This offer includes 24-hour access to the Lakeside Lodge kitchen stocked with complimentary tea, coffee and fully-equipped with modern amenities.

1 night stay = £39 / 2 night stay = £49

• Stay in a glamping pod at Stanley Villa Farm Camping, winner of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award.
• Explore the Fylde Trout Fishery, acres of land and sport pitches, and BBQ spots on-site.
• A 15-minute drive from Blackpool and the picturesque Fylde Coast.
Valid for stays Sunday-Friday until 31st Oct 2017.
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Edited by: "millarcat" 5th Apr 2017
what's Glamping?
Glow idea. oO
888eyeball

what's Glamping?



​glamorous camping lol in luxury
Stayed here with my family last year, recommended
The fine print :-
One per two people.
May buy multiples as gifts.
Must redeem within 30 days of purchase.
Valid for Sun-Fri stays until 31st Oct 2017.
Excludes 21st Jul-3rd Sep 2017.
£10 surcharge for Saturday night stays.
£10 surcharge for school holiday dates.
£5 surcharge per night for a pet.
Firewood available for £5 a bag.
30-day cancellation policy applies,
£10 administration fee should you need to amend your date.
Subject to availability.
Is it just for families or can it be for 4 older friends.
Delz1234

Is it just for families or can it be for 4 older friends.



The pods sleep two adults so you would need two pods for 4 adults. They have two single beds inside and you need to bring an air bed / camping bed for the kids.

This is lovely site and I would recommend it.
888eyeball

what's Glamping?



Really?
dkingdom

Really?



This is a deal for a nights stay in a shed - sorry pod, in Blackpool. I can therefore see why some may be confused by the word 'Glamping'. I think they may be stretching the use of the word to its limits with this one. X)
Edited by: "manc80" 6th Apr 2017
Great price if you like the outdoors.....but hate camping.
£39 to stay in a tent you must be off your t@ts.Can stay in a b&b for the same price with comfy bed and tv. X)
How on gods earth is this glamping? It's nothing of the sort.
eset12345

How on gods earth is this glamping? It's nothing of the sort.


Because you get a cosy warm dry pod with a bed not a tent like traditional camping.
myusernamehasgone234

Because you get a cosy warm dry pod with a bed not a tent like … Because you get a cosy warm dry pod with a bed not a tent like traditional camping.



Its a shed with two camp beds in it? Warmth - provided by 'a hot water bottle on request'.
'Glamping' is traditionally used to describe camping without losing life's luxuries. Eg. Water, Electricity, Cooking equipment, Bedding (sheets duvets), WC.....
Two bare camp beds in a 'pod' is far from glamorous and has none of these luxuries. X)
Edited by: "manc80" 7th Apr 2017
muckspreader1

£39 to stay in a tent you must be off your t@ts.Can stay in a b&b for the … £39 to stay in a tent you must be off your t@ts.Can stay in a b&b for the same price with comfy bed and tv. X)


Care to share the link?
In case this deal comes up again we had a fantastic time when we went. Great for kids, and the pods are really warm at night even when it's chucking it down!
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