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Cotswolds Glamping: 10 Quirky Spots With Hot Tubs And Outdoor Baths

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Cotswolds Glamping – images owned by glamping providers

With hundreds of rolling hills providing panoramic views over the beautiful English countryside, the Cotswolds were made for glamping – and with so many quirky Cotswolds Glamping spots, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Glamping provides a unique and memorable experience – from dome-shaped glamping pods made for stargazing to incredible treehouses’ luxurious interiors – there are some unbelievable and unusual places to stay in the Cotswolds these days!

Below is a list of some of the most quirky spots to go glamping in the Cotswolds.

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Best Glamping in The Cotswolds Yurts (with outdoor baths!)

Westley Farm – Sapperton Yurt

The image contains two images of a Cotswolds glamping yurt. The top image shows the inside of the yurt and the bottom shows an outdoor bath in a horse box.
Sapperton Yurt – photo by Westley Farm

Westley Farm is set on a whopping 70 acres of land, 30 of which is wonderful woodland filled with an abundance of wildlife. Although the area is big, Westly Farm hosts just a few yurts – which can be booked independently or as a group.

Each yurt oozes cosiness, with beanbags, blankets, rugs, and a log burner – making it perfect for a trip to the Cotswolds in winter. However, that’s not to say that Westley Farm isn’t the perfect place to stay in summer too, as the outdoor kitchen is great for BBQ’s and swinging hammocks are perfect for stargazing under the night sky.

The bathroom facilities for Sapperton Yurt are truly unique; an old horsebox has been transformed into a beautiful fairy-lit area where a bath looks out over the forest – it looks utterly magical!

Best for: Group getaways, families & couples
Highlights: Outdoor bath, log burner, fire pit
Where to book: Westley Farm – Sapperton Yurt

Bramblewood Yurt

The image shows two pictures of a yurt in the Cotswolds. The first shows inside the yurt and the second shows an outdoor bath with fairy lights around it.
Bramblewood Yurt –

Bramblewood yurt is situated in the south of the Cotswolds and is just 15 minutes from Bath, making it a great location for those who enjoy both outdoor activities and city breaks.

This impressive yurt is hand-built and made entirely from up-cycled materials – which is pretty remarkable! Inside there is a large and comfortable bed, as well as a log burner for the colder nights. On the outside, there is a large decking area with a BBQ, rocking chairs, as well as a wood-fired rolltop bath that overlooks a forest – it’s undeniably peaceful!

The hosts of Bramblewood yurt are also keen foragers, and welcome their guests with seasonal offerings such as blackberry jam or sloe gin, to name a few!

Best for: Solo travellers & couples
Highlights: Wood-fired bath, log burner, foraging
Where to book: Canopy and Stars – Bramblewood Yurt

Best Shepherd Huts with hot tubs for glamping in the Cotswolds

The T Barn Shepherds Hut

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T Barn Shepherds hut – photo by the T Barn

The T Barn is located near the popular village of Bibury and hosts 3 shepherd’s huts. Each hut has an open plan layout with a log burner and comes equipped with an ensuite shower room, as well as a king-sized bed with window views over the Cotswolds countryside – the perfect way to wake up in the morning!

Outside of the solar-powered huts, there are some deck chairs, an awning, a wood-fired hot tub, and an open fire to cook delicious meals over. However, if you would rather not cook then the hosts of the T Barn offer their guests a BBQ in their 17th-century barn.

All-in-all, the T Barn makes for a great Cotswolds glamping experience for guests who want to disconnect from the outside world and immerse themselves in nature.

Best for: Group getaways
Highlights: Wood-fired hot tub, log burner, king-sized bed, outdoor fire for cooking
Where to book: T Barn Shepherds Huts

By the way, here are some of my other favourite Cotswolds blog posts that may be useful:

Hill House Shepherds Hut – The Lookout

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The Lookout Shepherds Hut – photo by Hill House

The Lookout shepherd’s hut sits atop a hill in the southern area of the Cotswolds and overlooks the village of Ford. The Eastern-themed hut boasts a wood-fired hot tub in a private garden, a fire pit, a telescope for star-gazing, and even its very own pizza oven!

This dog-friendly shepherd’s hut is situated close to one of the most picturesque villages in the Cotswolds – Castle Combe, as well as Chippenham and Bath which are much larger.

For those who enjoy hiking in the Cotswolds, The Macmillan Way is also nearby and runs through Bybrook Valley.

Best for: Solo travellers & couples
Highlights: Wood-fired hot tub, log burner, pizza oven, telescope for star-gazing
Where to book: Hill House – The Lookout

Best Cotswolds cabits with hot tubs for glamping

Little Country Houses – Poppy’s Pad

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Poppy’s Pad – photo by Little Country Houses

Poppy’s pad is the perfect hideaway for a romantic Cotswolds glamping break, family stays and even group trips, as there are a handful of cabins available at Little Country Houses glamping site – all of which have been uniquely designed.

Inside, the cabins hold little more than a miniature kitchen, double bed, and a small lounge area. Outside, there is a wood-fired hot tub, a log burner, and a table and chairs on the decking – it’s the perfect tiny home for a glamping trip to the Cotswolds.

The cabins are just a 5-minute walk from Mickleton, where you’ll find all of the local village amenities such as a pub, shop, and butchers. The larger and more popular villages of Chipping Campden and Broadway are also nearby.

Best for: Solo travellers, families, groups & couples
Highlights: Wood-fired hot tub, log burner

Little Country Houses – Mirts Mansion

The image shows a Cotswolds Cabin with a hot tub.
Mirts Mansion – photo by Little Country Houses

Similar to Poppy’s Pad, Mirts Mansion is on the same plot of land during the winter months, however, it is moved to its own private field during the summer, making it perfect for a secluded and romantic couples glamping experience.

Mirts Mansion is equipped with the same amenities as Poppy’s Pad – the only difference being that the double bed looks out through bi-fold doors across the stunning Cotswolds fields.

It’s needless to say that both of these Cotswolds cabins are great choices and have dozens of cycling and walking trails on their doorstep.

Best for: Solo travellers & couples
Highlights: Wood-fired hot tub, log burner

Best treehouses for glamping in the Cotswolds

The Fish Hotel Treehouse

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The Fish Hotel Treehouse – photo by The Fish Hotel

Not only is The Fish Hotel one of the best hotels in the Cotswolds, but it’s also branched out to offer guests a luxury glamping experience deep among the forest in a stunning treehouse.

You’ll be waited on hand and foot from the moment you arrive and benefit from underfloor heating, a Nespresso machine, and outdoor baths- staying in one of these treehouses is definitely a special experience!

Best for: Couples & families
Highlights: Outdoor bath, underfloor heating, ‘room’ service
Where to book: The Fish Hotel – Treehouses

Georges Treehouse

The image shows a treehouse at a Cotswolds glamping spot with hammocks.
George’s Treehouse – photo by quality unearthed

Georges’s treehouse is part of Winchcombe Farm and is situated at the very tip of the northeast Cotswolds – its rural location that provides complete serenity among the trees for both couples and families.

Although the inside of the treehouse is impressive with underfloor heating and a king-sized bed, it’s the decking area that wows its guests the most. With swinging chairs, hammocks, a hot tub, an outdoor shower, a pizza over, and even a mini herb garden, George’s treehouse has everything you need and more for a relaxing trip to the Cotswolds.

Best for: Couples & families
Hot tub, outdoor shower, pizza oven, swinging chairs
Where to book: Quality Unearthed – George’s Treehouse

Best Cotswolds glamping pods with a hot tub

Redhill Glamping

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Redhill Glamping Dome – photo by Redhill Glamping

Redhill Glamping pods do glamping just right – they’ve got a comfy wooden bed (just like you’d find in a hotel room), a log burner, a hot tub, incredible views across the Cotswolds and beyond, and even benefits from shared facilities like a tennis court.

What’s even better is that you can enjoy this as a solo/romantic couples trip, or bring along family and friends who can share the glamping pod next door.

Although this pod isn’t technically in the Cotswolds, it’s within arms reach and was too good not to include on our Cotswolds glamping list!

Best for: Solo travellers & couples
Highlights: hot tub, log burner, incredible countryside views
Where to book: Redhill Glamping

The Chicken Shed

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The Chicken Shed pod and hot tub – photo by The Chicken Shed

The Chicken Shed is a great two-for-one deal as not only do you get a pod but a large lodge too, making it perfect for a combination of a traditional stay and glamping in the Cotswolds.

The bespoke wooden lodge comes with all the necessary amenities required when escaping the city such as board games, swinging chairs, a hot tub, and a pizza oven. If you’re lucky, you’ll even get a visit from one of the resident ponies who confidently appear at the french doors expecting a treat!

The pod features a super-king-sized bed, as well as the all-important telescope and binoculars for the ultimate stargazing experience.

Best for: Groups & couples
Highlights: Hot tub, swinging chairs, pizza oven, telescope for star-gazing
Where to book: Coolstays – The Chicken Shed

Cotswolds glamping final thoughts

In summary, there are so many amazing and unique places to go glamping in the Cotswolds that provide a much more memorable experience than some of the more traditional stays; we think you’d probably agree that one of the biggest revelations about glamping is that it is by no means on the same level as camping!

Regardless of whether you’re a solo traveller, a couple, family, or looking to organise a group trip, there is something out there for everyone when it comes to glamping! We hope you enjoy your Cotswolds glamping trip!

If you’re looking for more posts on the Cotswolds then these might be useful:

Or, if you’re looking for other incredible glamping spots around the UK, then here are two other places to consider:

Millie / Stay Wild Travels.