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Walcot Hall, Shropshire

Perched high above two secluded fishermen pools, After The Gold Rush  is made for the more adventurous. The yurt is hidden away within the walls of the Walcot Hall Estate, perfect for exploring on foot, in a rowing boat or in the saddle (there are stables here, too). There’s a double bed, plus a double sofa bed, and a lovely terrace outside overlooking the water. Hot showers and the loo are in a converted hen house next door. From £72 per night. Sleeps four.

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.

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