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The definitive guide to the UK’s best luxe camping spots

Camping is always memorable for the right reasons. But with hectic schedules and stressful commutes, sometimes, as much as you'd like to get up close and personal with nature, you just can't quite bring yourself to pitch a tent, get deliciously muddy and trek miles to the nearest toilet.

Step in luxe camping - the perfect compromise. It takes all the luxury you enjoy at hotels and brings it to the great outdoors. You can enjoy a sauna in a wigwam, snooze in a wagon or enjoy a good book in your yurt, all while still experiencing the tranquility and calm of the countryside.

Take a look at some of the best luxe camping options across the UK...

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