Two Nights in Shropshire Camping Pods £41.65 @ Groupon
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Two Nights in Shropshire Camping Pods £41.65 @ Groupon

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Found 16th Apr
Use code OUTDOOR to get this price. Two nights in camping pods in Shropshire for £41.65

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Are these suitable for nespresso?
Bring your own bed eh, sounds luxurious.
pigthemaster20 m ago

Bring your own bed eh, sounds luxurious.


Oh wow, haha, I thought you were kidding, but no. So basically they're just sheds you can sleep in. Sounded quite appealing when I thought it was 'glamping', but if it's that basic may as well just take the tent and camp somewhere cheaper... pass.
Bedding I can understand, but bring your own bed?
This is just slightly one notch up from sleeping in a cardboard box. Absolute bargain
I want one.. else the kids are never going to get a place of their own !!
Yaaaay Shropshire , in a shed yay . So cool and exciting.
Does anyone else find it a bit weird that there are zero photos of the interior of the pods...
bazpoint22 m ago

Does anyone else find it a bit weird that there are zero photos of the …Does anyone else find it a bit weird that there are zero photos of the interior of the pods...


I remember previous hunting around for ages for an interior shot, eventually found one and, yes, it was essentially an empty shed with some hard wearing "carpet" on.
Stick with a tent or spend more on a proper glamping place...
Definitely, lack of photographs of interior of Pod is VERY off putting.

Avoid.
well it's a shed with a carpet ! Pod Interior
no bed
Why is this deal hot when every comment seems to be negative?
dini2k29 m ago

Why is this deal hot when every comment seems to be negative?


Not everyone who votes posts a comment. Many would likely glance at the deal, click accordingly then move on. Probably a fair few that vote based on who posts the deal, rather than the deal itself.

These pods are terribly small and impractical, I wouldn't bother personally but I'm sure some will.

Not voting either way.
dini2k232 m ago

Why is this deal hot when every comment seems to be negative?


Possibly as it is on the highlights tab so gets more exposure. Not sure how the algorthm works that puts things in the highlights tab work but I guess it probably takes into account the referral %...
dini2k248 m ago

Why is this deal hot when every comment seems to be negative?


The facilities and location seem to praised universally on reviews on Trip Advisor, Booking.com etc. So I guess it's just HUKD commenters being fussy.
It doesn't look very good
Don't forget 5% TopCashback
Cheaper than my rent, worth living in one of these?
I stayed in one these over December. And yes it is just a pod with carpet in, but it does have a heater and electricity. Worth the money in my opinion and the long Long Mynd has loads of great walks!
Used one near Thetford Forest last week for one night with my 2 kids.
They are lovely and warm and dry. Having heating and a regular 2 socket plug.
The floor in the one I used was soft rubberised tiles.

The main plus point on a typical wet Easter night was that there was no wet tent to pack away .......oh and it was lovely and warm and kept the noise out very well, also interior lights help.
Ours also had a covered area with a brick built bbq and picnic table.
Interior photos here.....
33657191-BMJge.jpg33657191-JJmZM.jpgPuddledock Farm, Thetford
Edited by: "tigershuffle" 18th Apr
What's all the ridiculous negativity about? We've a 10 week old baby and something like this is perfect for us, as we loved camping prior to having a child but being in a tent now would be impractical. So this ticks the boxes of being warm and less hassle but still with a lot of the camping experience.

Funnily enough we are actually staying at Puddledock Farm @tigershuffle in July when we go to Snetterton as we camped there last year when it was just the 2 of us.
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