PREVIEW: The Glamping Show 2021

Can you afford not to be there? Exhibition manager Dan Wiseman explains why this year’s Glamping Show should not be missed.

The Glamping ShowThe recent boom in domestic travel has seen a huge increase in business for glamping sites across the country. Are you maximising on the staycation opportunity? Can you afford to miss the latest information, products and solutions to diversify your assets?

The next two seasons are going to be crucial for the glamping industry. Glamping entrepreneurs need to stay abreast of all new developments – products, planning, compliance and more – in order to establish themselves firmly and maximise on an unprecedented opportunity.

The Glamping Show puts all of the latest products and services that the industry has to offer at your fingertips and takes out all of the hassle of finding trustworthy information by providing a panel of the most experienced and respected experts in the glamping sector to deliver the seminar programme.

For anyone who has, or is considering, a glamping business, The Glamping Show is an essential three days that will shape the future of your business. Discover the latest products and services, listen to the most respected experts in the industry, learn strategies and tactics to start and grow your business and share the experience and knowledge of your peers. No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it at the Glamping Show!

“The Glamping show was instrumental in the process of setting up our business,” says Suzi Drew, owner of Belan Bluebell Woods. “The quality and diversity of stands were both incredibly visual and inspiring! Equally important was the opportunity to discuss our plans with those producers. We then had the opportunity to listen to expert talks and even a coffee break became networking with people from all over the UK. To have an event’ with everything you need for wherever your business is at is really special.”

The seminar programme will be led by industry experts who are willing to share their years of experience and knowledge. These invaluable talks will cover every aspect of running a glamping site, from the nitty gritty details of getting set up, to guides on how to offer world class customer service, and everything in between.

“The Glamping Show seminars really helped open our eyes to areas of operating a glamping business we hadn’t even thought of,” says Sarah Orchard, owner of The Hudnalls Hideout. “It was vital in our business research and planning. At the show, we were able to meet great suppliers and learn from existing operators to avoid costly set-up mistakes.”

The show team have made sure that every corner of the glamping sector is covered by the show. The event serves as a one-stop-shop for all of your glamping needs. So, no matter what stage your glamping business can you afford to miss the Glamping Show?

 


DETAILS
The Glamping Show takes place on 16–18 September 2021 at NAEC Stoneleigh. For more information and free registration, visit www.theglampingshow.com

 


TOP PICKS

Californian Grills

Californian GrillsStand OSA 322
www.californiangrills.com

The range of Santa Maria barbecues from UK-based business Californian Grills feature a unique grilling grate that can be raised or lowered by a hand crank mechanism to control the temperature whilst cooking. The grills are also modular, giving users a variety of different ways to enjoy an outdoor fire.

Bespoke racks and standalone grills can be made specifically for the catering and hospitality sector including outdoor built-in kitchens.

 


The Qube Eco Tiny Homes

The Qube Eco HomesStand OSA 630
www.thequbeecotinyhomes.co.uk

The team of modular building experts at Northamptonshire-based The Qube have launched a range of stylish, sustainable and affordable holiday accommodation. Pairing contemporary design with robust build quality, these tiny homes are relocatable and make maximum use of minimal space.

Friendly to the environment, tiny homes are also built to last and designed with heat and energy efficiency in mind, saving you outgoings in the long run.

Whether used as extra accommodation for hotels, an alternative offering for park homes, or as part of a wider glamping offering, tiny homes may well be exactly what is required to help with your diversification.

 


Glamptubs

GlamptubsStand OSA 018
www.glamptubs.com

The range of hot tubs from Glamptubs features super hygienic LDPE interior linings, durable and attractive Thermowood exteriors and the choice of an internal or external wood-fired heaters. The two sizes available seat four to six or six to eight people.

Easy to clean and with minimal maintenance, these tubs are ideal for fast and hygienic turnovers between guests and offer a generous water depth and unhindered bathing space.

 


Plastic Pods

Plastic PodsStand OSA 558
www.plasticpods.co.uk

An innovative approach to the garden room and glamping market, Plastic Pods are produced by boat manufacturer Marina Boats. The pod shells comprise 90% recycled plastic and come in a huge array of colours. They are also very competitively priced, super low maintenance and durable.

Based in Southampton, the company will deliver anywhere in the UK and has franchises developing across the country.

 


ProSmoke BBQ

ProSmoke BBQStand OSA 610
www.prosmokebbq.co.uk

Celebrating one of the oldest forms of cooking in the world, ProSmoke BBQ supplies wood-fired offset smokers for great ambiance and delicious food with a light smoky flavour.

ProSmoke BBQ offers smokers of all along with a team of specialists that can provide training prior to delivery. The Cactus Jack chuckwagon smokers have large cooking areas and can cater for small to very large groups of people with ease. They can be used for long, low and slow cooks or quick grilling.

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