The Boot, New Zealand
Advice

Storytelling

26th February 2020

How to create an emotional connection with unique glamping and indie boutique accommodation. Once upon a time, far, far away (sorry, couldn’t resist) I did a lot of travelling, and although it was a long […]

All the planes in the air, across the world, at a given moment in 2018
Advice

Far from the Madding Crowd

26th February 2020

Louis Thompson discusses alternative lodging in the age of pandemics. Firstly, I would like to start with a disclaimer – I did not receive the gift of prophecy, I am an amateur clairvoyant peering into […]

Aerial view mid-build of Hudnalls Hideout
Advice

Going Bespoke

28th January 2020

Kate Morel breaks down the process of commissioning a unique glamping structure and explains how going bespoke can influence your bottom line. Commissioning a custom design, whether it’s art, clothing or even a new house, […]

The landscape concept for Nomadic’s new leaf suite tent
Advice

Genius Loci

28th January 2020

Louis Thompson explains how he captures what makes a place ‘biologically special’ in his work creating glamping developments worldwide. “This song of the waters is audible to every ear, but there is other music in […]

Alnmouth Huts, Northumberland
Advice

2020 Trend Forecast

28th January 2020

Travellers will be living a life more wild with forest stays, outdoor bathing and group getaways, says Canopy & Stars’ trends report. Canopy & Stars predicts that more people than ever before will discover a […]

Cooking on a fire at spring. Close view of caldron over the campfire.
Advice

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 […]

Couple holidaying with a campervan
Advice

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 […]

Groundcare equpiment lawnmower
Advice

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 […]

Drawing of room design with colour and fabric swatches
Advice

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 […]

Campervan set up on hill at sunset
Advice

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 […]

People queueing at the top of Mount Everest
Advice

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 […]

Child climbing fence in sunlight
Advice

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 […]