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How Are You Getting Here?

whether you own a vehicle or not you can still enjoy a Wigwam Holiday

Car-Free Glamping Holidays

No car? No problem. A number of our Wigwam® destinations are accessible by bus, bike, boat and train. Better yet, many sit just outside Britain's busy cities, allowing you to enjoy the great outdoors without the long commute. 

So forget traffic jams. Forget sat navs. Forget those pesky petrol prices. A cosy, wooden Wigwam® is closer than you'd think.

So, how are you getting here?

Whether you own a vehicle or not, being without wheels needn’t be a problem.

From just outside some a bustling town or city to being on a remote island, Wigwam® Holidays has something to suit every traveller.

And while you’re at the site, lace up those walking boots or grabe the mountain bike for some serious site-seeing.

While it is fair to say there are some sites in rural locations, most sites are accessible by public transport, including coaches, trains or taxi.

The beauty of a glamping staycation is that travelling to your Wigwam® Site can be part of your holiday.

If it’s a short hop, make sure you stop for lunch on the way or call in to see an attraction, en-route.

If there’s a lot of mileage to cover, then watch the countryside alter as you wend your way to your Wigwam® Site.

All our sites can offer clear instructions as how to reach them.

And while Satnavs are great, some of our locations are so picturesque, then you’ll need to follow directions listed on our website.

When you arrive, them glorious glamping is within your grasp.

Some sites have a self-check in service, while others have a staffed reception – either way, ring ahead, ask for the arrival time and let your hosts know of your plans.

Most sites allow guests to hire a campfire so make sure you’ve ordered yours ready for your arrival. Then all you need to do is unpack, relax and gather round those soothing flames.

With over 80 sites across the British Isles, you’re never far from a Wigwam® Holidays site.

So you can go for a short break in your neck of the woods, or explore somewhere you’ve never visited before.