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Outdoor Cooking

10th January 2020

Capitalise on global industry movements and embrace your outdoor food offering, says Kate Morel. My Australian connections and lifelong passion for campfire cookouts might be partially responsible, but I think outdoor cooking has a lot […]

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Global Travel Trends

10th January 2020

From cannabis gumdrops to digital nomadism, via nature bathing and carving spoons – Louis Thompson reveals where global hospitality is heading. In this issue’s column we are going to look at trends in the travel […]

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Landscape and Exteriors

10th January 2020

Making the most of outdoor areas with advice from expert suppliers. Groundcare Equipment About the Author Gary Whitney is managing director of STIGA UK. Established in Swedenin 1934, STIGA has more than 80 years of […]

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Interior Design

11th November 2019

Get stuck into your next project with advice from Kate Morel. As all hospitality sectors become more competitive and our visitors and guests become more discerning and intelligent, distinctive interiors are even more essential to […]

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Futureproofing Business

11th November 2019

Canopy & Stars’ co-founder Tom Dixon uses booking stats to help glampsites secure a sustainable future, in all senses of the word. Since 2010, Canopy & Stars has curated a collection of the most inspiring […]

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Shifting Sands

10th November 2019

Louis Thompson illustrates three major global hospitality trends that are set to disrupt the industry, providing a great opportunity for the glamping sector. A series of images have inspired my musings this issue – each […]

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Autism Friendly Glamping

27th May 2019

Dannie Sheard runs Leafy Fields Glamping with her husband Andrew. Their autism friendly glampsite in Devon is now in its fourth season. Leafy Fields is an autism friendly glampsite comprising two safari lodges, a shepherds […]

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Log Burner Ban?

26th May 2019

The Glamping Association moves to protect the industry in light of a call to ban log burners, says Adrian Mounter. With the government’s Clean Air Strategy and the announcement by MP Michael Gove that he […]

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Industry Insights: Kate Morel

30th April 2019

Kate asks: ‘How realistic are your timescales?’ As we all gear up for the season ahead it’s a busy time of year for everyone in the outdoor hospitality industry, let alone the glamping sector. However, […]

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Looking for a Quiet Life

29th April 2019

Kyra Fingleton of Glamping Under the Stars, Co. Laois, Ireland, explains the importance of a noise policy to ensure peace and harmony on a glampsite. Glamping can mean different things to different people. For some, […]

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Industry Insights: Kate Morel

12th March 2019

Stay up to date on the glamping industry with Kate’s unique insights From the Diary This spring has added several new events to the diary, one being a conference hosted by Helpful Holidays/Sykes Cottages and […]

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Guest Comment – Evening Bookings

12th March 2019

The majority of online glamping bookings are placed after 8pm reveals Jonathan Knight, CEO of coolcamping.com With thousands of glampers using our online Bedfulbooking system each year, we are in an excellent position to spot […]