Glamping holidays in Frome
Festivals cancelled. Foreign holiday lottery. Overcrowded English coast… The summer holidays could seem a little bleak. But fret ye, not! Frome has the perfect ‘staycation’ solutions, offering you the perfect combination of a festival vibe, great food, glorious location, things to keep the kids happy and things to keep the adults happy!
It’s no surprise that Nesta was named in The Guardian as one of the ‘10 best campsites with a summer festival vibe’. Situated just outside Frome, Nesta ticks all the boxes, offering luxury yurt glamping, wood fired hot tubs, hot showers, entertainment, a yoga and wellness studio and on-site massage therapists. Their bistro and cocktail lounge (also open to non-residents) is housed in an iconic, red double-decker bus and serves wholesome, local and sustainably sourced food and drinks with live ambient sunset music to serenade you while you enjoy the warm summer evenings.
For the kids, they run variety of activities including a forest school, arts and crafts sessions, interactive quizzes and dance competitions.
Set on beautiful Victorian estate enjoying stunning waterside views, Marston Park offers you the opportunity to indulge in fine food, snuggle up in luxurious canvas suites complete with guitar and easel and relax in beautiful surroundings.
Explore the woodland and rolling parkland or enjoy group yoga, craft classes and site-organised strolls.
Marston Park also hosts a programme of intimate performances.
To visit Marston Park you either need to book a stay or register for free membership. Visit their website to find and more and to book.
Be Wilder Camps based at Field 725 offer something a little different to Nesta and Marston. A unique camping experience is the aim, offering family friendly and truly immersive experiences. There’s a range of accommodation under canvas available including safari bell tents, yurts and tipis, all individually furnished.
Be Wilder offer a range of activities and courses designed to give you the chance to learn and connect with others and the environment, including yoga, forest school, bushcraft, cookery and fireside stories.
Field 725’s on-site café serves fresh coffee, pastries and simple breakfast treats and they offer occasional evening meals throughout the summer months with a focus on food cooked on fire.
For more ideas on where to stay in and around Frome, take a look at our accommodation listings.