Want to make the most of your time away with the family, but don’t want to increase your carbon footprint? Alexa Schummer rounds up the greenest glampsites in the UK to make sure your holiday is as eco-friendly as it is chic.
1/10 Tre-End, Cornwall, England
Each spacious yurt at Tre-End sleeps four people with a double bed and bunk beds. Outside the cabin, you’ll find a fire pit, static barbecue, and a picnic table; a trifecta perfect for alfresco dining. The cabin is solar-powered.
Sprinkled throughout the site, the owners have planted apple and pear trees and other vegetation to make you feel like you’re really in the heart of nature. The site is within walking distance of a pub and a shop so you don’t have to worry about stocking up before you head out. It is also close to the scenic Roseland peninsula, the Eden Project, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan so you can explore more than just the campsite.
Starting at £79 per night
Find out more at tre-end.com