Cheap Glamping Break for 2 Nights just £69 (sleeps 4)

Cheap Glamping Break anyone?

Groupon are offering these gorgeous Glamping Breaks at the moment for as little as £69 for a two night stay for up to four people.

There are various grades and options available, even the choice to add on some little extras!


Boasting a scenic location in Yorkshire Wolds, Humble Bee Farm invites holidaymakers to enjoy a glamping experience in a picturesque scenery. Set close to Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington, Whitby and the North York Moors National Park, the farm makes for an attractive destination for outdoor types and history enthusiasts alike.

Humble Bee Farm is located close to a number of beaches. Hunmanby Gap is a hidden gem approximately four miles away, while Filey Bay is about five miles away. Scarborough has two bays, North and South, located about 10 miles away. Bridlington is also a good seaside destination about 15 miles away.

The farm holds a special events programme which runs from February to October and includes lambing and calving weekends, bat and owl watches, Halloween, stargazing and more.

The wigwams and glamping yurts are a short walk from the toilet and shower facilities, recycling facilities, children’s play area, an on-site shop, reception, drinking water points and laundry services. Guests can also enjoy walks around the farmland.

Each wigwam comes equipped with a comfy raised mattress, toaster, microwave, kettle, fridge, electricity, lockable door, wall heater and outdoor picnic bench and includes the use of a charcoal barbecue and parking space for one vehicle.

Each glamping yurt is equipped with a heater, double bed with a mattress only, two single futons, stove burner, fairy lights, microwave, toaster, kettle and fridge, while the outside facilities include fire bowls (timber provided by Humble Bee Farm at a nightly tariff), a picnic bench, parking space, canopied kitchen area with a one-ring gas burner hob and charcoal barbecue (charcoal not included). Electricity and lighting are also included.

North Yorkshire

The largest county in England beckons with quaint spa towns, green pastures and hearty dining. In the traditional seaside town of Scarborough, tourists may visit a Victorian spa, walk along the harbour, or head to the 3000-year-old ruins of Scarborough Castle for some family photos.

Holidaymakers may also explore the historic spa town of Harrogate, where authentically styled Turkish baths, plunge pools and steam rooms provide quality leisure moments. In York, the largest medieval cathedral in all of Northern Europe may be admired before following the almost five-mile-long circuit of the City Walls.




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