A visit to Cornwall feels like stepping back in time. Perhaps it's the rolling hills, the stone cottages, or the centuries-old castles. Whatever the reason, there's no denying that Cornwall is a special place. While both glamping and camping in Cornwall have their own unique charms, there are a few reasons why glamping in Cornwall tends to be the better option.

 Glamping provides all the benefits of camping – fresh air, beautiful scenery, and a break from the everyday grind without having to rough it out.  Glamping sites tend to be located in prime locations, with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. They also tend to have high-end amenities like en-suite bathrooms and private hot tubs.

 Glamping is the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing comfort. In fact, there are many places that we are certain will make for some great glamping adventures. Let's take a look.

 Glampotel, Lizard Point

 The Glampotel at Lizard Point is the perfect place to relax and take in the stunning views of Cornwall's coast. With comfortable yurts overlooking the ocean, there's never a dull moment, and it's easy to enjoy the peace. And when you're ready to explore, there are plenty of activities nearby, from hiking and biking to kayaking and surfing.

 Outlandish Holidays, Lizard Peninsula

 For a truly unique glamping experience, head to Outlandish Holidays on the Lizard Peninsula. With its stunning views of the coastline, you'll never want to leave. Stay in a converted double-decker bus or a shepherd's hut overlooking the ocean. And don't forget to take part in some of the activities they offer, like coasteering and stand-up paddleboarding.

 Hendra Pods, Newquay

 If you're looking for something a little more luxurious, check out Hendra Pods in Newquay. These stylish pods offer all the comforts of home, including a kitchenette and private bathroom. But what really makes them special is their location; each pod has its own private garden and Lusty Glaze Beach with stunning views of Cornwall's coast.

 YHA Eden Project, Bodelva

 The YHA Eden Project is perfect for families or groups of friends looking for an affordable place to stay while exploring Cornwall. Located near the Eden Project, this hostel offers both private rooms and dormitory-style accommodations. And with a self-catering kitchen and common room, it's easy to socialise with other guests.

 Boardmasters, Newquay

 If you’re looking for a fun-filled weekend away, Boardmasters Festival is the perfect event for you. It is one of Cornwall's most popular music festivals, attracting big-name acts worldwide. But it's not just about the music; there's also plenty of camping, food trucks, and market stalls to enjoy. And with stunning views of Fistral Beach, it's easy to see why this festival is so popular.

 Cornwall is a treasure chest full of locations that will make your heart sing. Whether after something rustic or urban, there are numerous places in this county to get lost in nature and find yourself again! We have listed our few favourite glamping locations, but we'll let glampers like you decide what suits you best.