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You’ve never experienced glamping like this. The luxury camping phenomenon has taken the travel world by storm, as more adventurers are choosing unique accommodations over traditional hotels. It’s why rental properties have become such a preferred form of lodging. But if a glamping getaway is your true calling, get ready for a serious kick of wanderlust.
We’ve rounded up 14 glamping rentals that take luxury camping to a whole new level. From a solar-powered micro-cabin, modern yurt à la mode, and converted airstream, to a renovated treehouse or retro-style camper.
Less time spent pitching a tent means more time relaxing, barbecuing, swimming, singing Kumbaya or gazing at the stars: all possible activities in these glamping rentals. No assembly required.
Located in some of the world’s most scenic destinations—from coastal British Columbia and Nova Scotia to the English countryside and bays of New Zealand to the United States’ Smoky Mountains—these luxury camping retreats offer an unforgettable travel experience.
So glamp on, outdoors-lover. After all, luxury camping is still camping, right?
The Digs: sleeps 2, from $226/night
This glamping stud-of-a-camper offers modern amenities in an iconic 1960s VW, which you can take on the road or set up at camp. Your hosts provide plenty of amenities including a cooking stove, utensils, blankets and chairs, and offer add-ons like bike racks, camp beds and tents to make your dream trip easy to plan. The rear bench seat converts to a bed that sleeps two, while a full curtain and blinds set offers travelers plenty of privacy. You’ll be glad for the blinds after you hit the road — when you drive in a van this fun, all eyes will be on you.
The Digs: sleeps 6, from $550/night
Head two hours northwest of Toronto for a relaxing stay in this 5-out-of-5 rated treehouse and cabin combination. Built from recycled materials and a reclaimed barn, the treehouse includes a queen bed, hammocks, daybed, kitchenette and wood stove, while the cabin has indoor seating, a kitchen and a loft with queen bed. Your relaxing trip also includes access to a pool area with fireplace and outdoor seating, and a beautiful bathroom with a unique stone sink.
The Digs: sleeps up to 8, from $165/night
For a truly unique (and eco-friendly) getaway, Tin Poppy is the place to be. The solar-powered home is made up of a vintage travel trailer encased in a screened-in post and beam structure for a total of 1,200 square feet. This all-season getaway is perfect for adventurers — great for biking, birding and fishing on the Shuswap River during the warmer seasons, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in colder weather. There’s even a six-person wood-fired sauna and high-speed WiFi.
The Digs: sleeps 2, from $165/night
Tucked away on the Blackdown Hills farm in Somerset, this cozy glamping hut offers a relaxing retreat in the countryside, with luxe amenities (the owner refers to it as “hut couture”) and vintage decor. In addition to an outdoor fire pit and clear views of the stars, travelers will have easy access to the Jurassic Coast for day trips — if they ever want to leave the comfort of their hut, that is.
The Digs: sleeps 2, from $250/night
This 31-foot airstream is parked on a 100-acre property in Durham, Ontario overlooking a small pond. Outside, you’ll have access to a pool, outdoor lounge area, poolside kitchen and fireplace. Inside, you’ll love the impeccably designed interior with bright white décor and blue accents so much, you might forget you’re glamping. Or, as one reviewer put it, “This airstream is nicer than my home!”
The Digs: sleeps 4, from $120/night
This modern take on a traditional Yurt is surrounded by boreal forest and located on the calm Washagami Lake for ultimate relaxation. In addition to the serene surroundings, you’ll have access to great amenities, including a queen sized bed, dining table for two, a futon bed/lounge chair, small fridge, radio, interior lighting, cookware, barbecue and outdoor kitchen station. Internet and phone access are available in the cottage compound two minutes from the yurt.
The Digs: sleeps up to 4, from $99/night
The Pacific Paradise retro-style rental in Tofino lets travelers pack light by providing all of the equipment you’ll need (cookware, dishes, linens, games, bicycles, etc.) in a retro 1967 travel trailer. The nightly rental fee includes both the campsite and trailer rental, so you’ll have access to Tofino’s campground facilities. Surfing, golf and paintball are some of the most popular activities located nearby.
The Digs: sleeps 3, from $100/night
Lovingly restored vintage caravans offer guests a romantic, whimsical escape just 10 minutes from seaside villages. Guests enter through the Kissing Gate (covered in mistletoe) and wind through paths lined with hydrangeas to reach a truly unique campsite, which includes a glamorous 1964 caravan with a bedroom, another caravan for lounging that includes a booth-style table, and a separate block with a luxury kitchen, as well as private shower and bathroom facilities. While you’ll most likely disconnect, you’ll be grateful for the WiFi so you can share pictures of your unforgettable trip.
The Digs: sleeps 2, from $175/night
This brand new 2015 silver Airstream is set in the Gatineau Hills, Quebec is just a 30 minute drive from Ottawa. For a true glamping experience, this rental balances the rugged side of camping with delightful interior design touches and top-notch amenities including a private barbecue, hammock and bicycles. With a ‘bistro’ patio and moon-viewing deck with night lights, this luxury camping rental is perfect for a getaway for two.
The Digs: sleeps 5, from $165/night
This Maritime glamping experience takes all the stress out of camping, allowing you to sleep in cozy, fully assembled sandstone canvas bell tents. With easy access to nearby hotspots like Peggy’s Cove and a local vineyard, it’s great for exploring Nova Scotia. With plenty of options to add on, from kayaking to gourmet s’mores, your hosts will make sure your whole group leaves as happy glampers.
The Digs: sleeps 8, from $451/night
Nestled in a grove of wilding pines, you’ll find a stunning luxury camping tent with views across the lake and the dramatic Mt. Gold as the backdrop for your stay. With cheery colors and patterns, the Art Deco tent offers a fun, relaxed setting. Enjoy a magical sunset, then sit back as fairy lights, LED candles and lanterns light up to create a romantic atmosphere for your group. With additional tents available on site, this is perfect for a couple’s glamping getaway or small groups.
The Digs: sleeps 2, from $76/night
Wake up to stunning views of Cowichan Lake in these glamorous waterfront tents. With luxe lounge areas and vintage furniture outfitting each tent, you’ll enjoy the great outdoors without exactly roughing it. Your rental hosts will provide breakfast, and each tent site has a barbecue, stove and dishes so you can pack light. Added bonus: there’s WiFi so you can share pictures of your morning view.
The Digs: sleeps 2, from $150/night with minimum 3 nights
This retro 1965 camper offers travelers the perfect location for a classic camping trip, but with modern amenities and a stylish interior. Air conditioning and heat make this airstream a perfect getaway year-round, and the full kitchen with cook top and refrigerator make meal prep simple — no fire needed. With open views, plenty of space and access to a river, there’s plenty to do onsite, or head to nearby Asheville and Weaverville for more Smoky Mountain activities like hiking, biking or swimming.
The Digs: sleeps 4, from $92/night
For a truly memorable glamping experience, head to Cornwall’s Rivendell Glamping Pods. These rounded pods are private, cozy and unique. Located in an orchard of an old farm, the pods have beautiful country views and are just minutes from a nearby river, where guests can go fishing. With little light pollution on the farm, stargazing on the open deck area is a can’t-miss activity. To make traveler’s stays even more convenient and enjoyable, the property hosts have created an adjacent bathroom pod with a hot shower and plenty of equipment for cooking.