Cornish Glamping Bells: Our First Time Glamping! [Review]

Cornish Glamping Bells: Our First Time Glamping! [Review]

We’ve always enjoyed camping. Ever since we had our first experience in the New Forest. Even with Ponies helping themselves to the food in our tent – we were hooked. I don’t know whether it’s the non-stop fresh air the whole time we’re camping, the comfort food or the camp fires, there’s just something about

Camping: Camp Bestival: What’s There For The Children? [AD – Press Trip]

Ever since we saw Camp Bestival arrive on our feeds several years ago we wanted to go. I don’t know whether it was the colourful setting, the incredible line ups, or the fact that we could escape for the weekend – just the three of us (and several thousand others) without routine. The first year

Camping: Camp Bestival 2019 – FAQ’s & Even More Pictures! [AD – Press Trip]

This year, after returning from Camp Bestival, we opened up the virtual floor over on our instagram for any questions people might have before making the commitment of buying tickets. At the end of the day, the festival comes with a price tag so you want to know what you’re getting for your money and

Camping: Camp Bestival 2019 – Highlights [AD – Press Trip]

I can’t believe it’s already been over a week since Camp Bestival! Although I’ve just about finished washing all our post-camping clothes, the tan lines are very much in existence (including some impressive panda eyes that I’ve adopted) and I haven’t quite got used to visiting the fridge for food once again (as opposed to

Camping: Camp Bestival 2019 [AD – Press Trip]

Camp Bestival 2019 is now our third year attending the festival, and I’m going to put it out there straight away and say that it was the best one yet. The weather, obviously, helped loads, but looking back at the programme from this year I am confident to say that even if it had rained

Ways We Can Still Be Eco-Friendly Whilst Camping!

One of the biggest challenges for a festival is to remain environmentally aware. With thousands upon thousands of attendees, often bringing one-use plastic tents and plastic bottles, changes often need to be made elsewhere to make sure a festival isn’t having a detrimental effect on the planet. Using Camp Bestival as an example, they work