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Dyfi Forest, Snowdonia

Set in a remote location on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, a collection of tipis rise into the Welsh countryside. Lit by lanterns and warmed by wood burners, they are thoughtfully furnished, with plush beds, sheepskin rugs and beautifully carved tables and chairs. There is nothing but nature to disturb the peace in the folds of 50 acres of Dyfi Forest - no wifi, electricity or smog. Active souls can get their fill of walking, canoeing, biking and rock climbing nearby. From £195 per night. Sleeps two.

The UK’s Most Beautiful Camping Spots

There’s nothing quite like a night under canvas. Camping offers freedom, fresh air and fun like no other holiday. And now’s the time to do it. Thanks to the recent EU referendum results, the value of the pound is falling, meaning holidays abroad could cost you more. Luckily there are some incredible camp spots right here on home soil to suit all tastes. From luxury tipis to fairytale treehouses, here’s our pick of the best.