With UK camping bookings up 500 per cent, it can be difficult to find the perfect spot to pitch your tent. Luckily, consumer spending experts Money.co.uk have been canvas-ing opinion and using Instagram to gather information, revealing the most picturesque campsites in the country.
Here's the top ten, ready to inspire your next outdoor adventure...
If you've always fancied the idea of sleeping on the beach, listening to the sound of the surf and the call of the gulls, this is the way to do it in style.
These Cornish bell tents, pitched onto the totally private sand with panoramic views, are designed with a 'Robinson Crusoe meets luxurious hotel' feel. You will be pampered in style, and can take part in sunrise yoga classes or romantic dinners on the water's edge. Be aware, however, that there is no glamping available to book now until 2022. It's camping...but not as you know it!
You can book a tent pitch with a sea-view at this dog and family friendly holiday park, located on the Wales Coastal Path on the beautiful Gower Peninsula.
If you don't fancy faffing around with tent pegs there are also glamping options available, and you can use the luxurious bathroom block - camping has come a long way from the cold showers of our youth.
If you love the back-to-nature vibe but you're not up for quitting your creature comforts, this one's for you.
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Surrounded by peaceful green fields and quiet forests, but an easy drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, this Scottish holiday park offers luxurious glamping accommodation in the form of cosy wooden pods, quirky hideouts and geodomes - some of which come with hot tubs. Sign us up, stat.
You get the use of a private beach at this secluded, idyllic farm campsite, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty near Weymouth in Dorset.
The site covers several spacious fields, giving any kids (or big kids) plenty of room to to run around and enjoy themselves. There are also dozens of fabulous, wholesome facilities - from a farm shop and pizza van to a hay bale play area and animal petting.
Kids will go crazy for this eco-friendly, family-run campsite at the foot of the South Downs, where you can stay in a higgledy treehouse, a red bus and even a fire engine!
Campers, however, can choose between two fabulous options - either pitching tents in the secluded glades at the heart of Blackberry Wood, or (in the summer only) opting for 'Blackberry Wood On The Wildside', sleeping either in woodland clearings or an open meadow.
You can truly get away from it all at this lovely campsite nestled between two hills, a stone's throw from a white sandy beach on the tiny island of Bryher - the smallest inhabited island in the Scillonian archipelago, located off the Cornish coast.
Either bring your own tent or rent a comfortable, fully kitted out bell tent.
Enjoy a slice of the good life at this home-from-home glamping campsite on the outskirts of the quaint old market town of Chipping Campden, in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A sustainable, friendly site with just two yurts, the five acre smallholding has been in the same family for over 45 years.
Located on the Isle of Sheppey, off the Kent Coast, Elmley is the only National Nature Reserve in England that you can spend the night inside.
What's more, you won't be roughing it - the beautiful, wild 3000-acre reserve instead offers an array of truly boutique glamping options, from Bell Tents to Shepherd Huts. If this is what re-wilding looks like, consider us on board.
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