4. Find ways to stand out
The natural beauty of your land is always a good start, but you’ll need to provide a little more than a nice view if you really want to stand out. Holidaymakers have changed a lot over recent years and they demand an experience that is both authentic and convenient. Glamping is on the rise, according to IBIS Worldwide, thanks to “modern facilities and services, such as wifi, hot showers and welcome hampers, that aim at higher income customers who may not normally camp”.
A quick search also shows the diversity of accommodation now available. From Safari Tents to Yurts, Shepherd’s Huts to treehouses, glampers have a multitude of options so choosing a unique and memorable accommodation type should be your top priority.
5. Sweat the small stuff
We know it’s often the smallest things that make the biggest impression. Details can transform your site into the ultimate destination for glamping fans. So, make sure you furnish your accommodation with more than a sleeping bag and a rusty old chair. Look for suppliers who can customise your accommodation at affordable prices.
At Tree Tents we love creating spaces that are as unique as their owners. That’s why we make our structures bespoke allowing you to pick and choose from a range of different colours, furnishings and materials. This, along with your personal touches makes each Tree Tent totally unique. Things like original furniture made from local or recycled materials, fluffy pillows and comfortable sheets, or having fun with modern camping accessories like binoculars and a bird spotter’s guide – after all, what better place to spot them than up amongst the treetops?