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Competition | Win a £150 Glamping Voucher from Wigwam® Holidays

Autumn is here! It is the season of falling leaves, changing colours, misty mornings and also an ideal time for a quick getaway. The changing natural landscape and the not-so-chilly temperatures mean that Autumn is the perfect time to explore and enjoy the outdoors. And what better way to do it than with a glamping break.

Wigwam® Holidays offers glamping experiences you will want to repeat time and again. They are one of the nation’s leading glamping accommodation providers offering hand-built timber cabins at numerous locations around the UK.

Wigwam® Holidays Glamping Break

Wigwam® Holidays' tick list is impressive
  • perfect for family getaways or a couple's romantic hideaway
  • excellent locations across the country
  • dogs welcome at many sites
  • hot tubs at selected locations
  • en-suite cabins available
  • heated and insulated
  • spacious and comfortable
  • affordable

Wigwam® Holidays have numerous sites nationwide – on remote islands, overlooking the sea, on working farms and in many more locations. Many sites have the convenience of being bookable online like the Wigwam® Holidays Brampton Site pictured below.

Wigwam® Holidays Brampton

As well as enjoying 'great holidays in the great outdoors', Wigwam® Holidays also do their bit for Mother Nature, using timber from responsible sources during their cabin-making process. They make their cabins in Scotland, using skilled craftspeople.

Comfortable and snug each Wigwam® Holidays site offers something unique, allowing you to enjoy some ‘unplugged’ time, making for a memorable glamping break.

Wigwam® Holidays Glamping Break

Fall into Autumn with Wigwam® Holidays


For the most colourful season of the year, participating sites are offering a 15% discount on stays Sunday to Thursday taken from 9th September to end of November 2019.

Visit the Wigwam® Holidays' website to find out more and to book your next glamping holiday.

Giveaway | Win a Wigwam® Holidays voucher worth £150


Wigwam® Holidays have kindly offered to give one of our readers a voucher worth £150 that can be used towards the cost of a glamping holiday with them. For your chance to win this fabulous prize, simply enter via the Gleam widget below. You can complete the optional entries to boost your chances of winning. All the best!

Win £150 Wigwam® Holidays Glamping Voucher


Terms & Conditions

- The prize is strictly subject to availability and to the booking Terms, Conditions and Restrictions of Wigwam® Holidays.
- The prize is a single use glamping voucher to the value of £150.
- The prize covers accommodation ONLY. Travel, fuel costs, foo and ANY similar additional costs are NOT included.
- The prize is for one Wigwam® Holidays glamping voucher that can be used when making an online booking on www.wigwamholidays.com
- The winner has 12 months from being notified to claim their prize. Please check with the site as to their shut down times.
- The Prize does not have any monetary value and is NON-TRANSFERABLE.
- The Prize Winner is also subject to the Terms & Conditions of www.theglobetrotter.co.uk
- Once booked, the dates cannot be transferred to another Wigwam® Booking or Site, nor can it be transferred to any other type of holiday accommodation or to another customer.
- Prize is available to those aged over 21 years only.
- Once a booking has been confirmed, no changes are permitted. If a booking is cancelled, no alternative dates can be arranged. No compensation and/or refund will be provided in these circumstances.
- The photos for this competition are used for illustrative purposes only and the type of Wigwam® Cabin and its facilities vary based on the site location.
- Some sites, due to location and/or size, do not accept dogs. It is the sole responsibility of the winner to check whether their preferred site accepts dog and if so, how may dogs are permitted in a Wigwam® Cabin. Each Wigwam® Site has individual requirements and restrictions regarding this and could incur costs.
- The giveaway is not open to persons employed or contracted to Wigwam® Holidays and their agents, to The Globe Trotter employees or any of their agents.

66 comments:

  1. Chawton Park Farm

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  2. Clarion Lodge, I would love to visit this area!

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  3. Ball Hall farm sounds good with the wildlife lake.

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  4. Forest Park, Cromer would be fab!

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  5. Clarion Lodge - not far to travel - just perfect for a family break

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  6. I quite fancy Shellstone, there is something about Wales which I love and it's pretty near the sea as well!

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  7. forest park north norfolk looks great alway wanted to go to norfolk and being by see is a plus too

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  8. lots of places i would like to go somewhere in scotland maybe loch ness

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  9. Humble Bee Farm would be great to visit as it's in the beautiful North Yorkshire and close to the coast.

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  10. I'd love to stay at the llyn peninsular site. It's close to abersoch where we would love to go surfing and north Wales itself is so beautiful. Our daughter is 18 months now and she loves going to the beach and making sandcastle, it would be so lovely to go :)

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  11. I would go to the Llŷn Peninsula as I love Wales and this is a part I've not really explored properly yet.

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  12. I would like to stay at the Chawton Park Farm Site. It sounds like the perfect place to relax but also plenty to do in the area to explore.

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  13. Forest Park - Cromer in Norfolk. It has an indoor pool, lots of lovely woodland, a shop and a restaurant and bar. Something for all the family. Plus it's right by the sea!

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  14. Tapnell Farm on the Isle of Wight looks like great fun for the kids

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  15. Chawton park farm looks like great fun, I love that they allow fire pits

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  16. Evenlode as it is the closest to us but would still feel like a holiday. Looks gorgeous.

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  17. I would choose to visit Sedgewell Barn as the North Yorkshire Moors is a part of the country that I have always wanted to visit.

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  18. Brecon as it means a lot to me - one of my favourite holiday places with my fiance

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  19. I’d love to stay in at their Snowdonia Coast site because I’ve always wanted to visit snowdonia and glamming there in the summer would be beautiful!

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  20. I would choose Springhill Farm in Seahouses as my husband spent his youth there so it would be a lovely treat for him to go back and see it all again.

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  21. Snowdonia. Would love to go there

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  22. I would choose Allanfauld Farm Shielings in Stirlingshire because it looks lovely, and I have family nearby that I could visit at the same time.

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  23. I would choose Chawton Park Farm - it's only a few miles from home so it wouldn't mean hours of travelling, and yet it would be so different from my everyday life that it would be like stepping into a different world

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  24. Would love to visit Millside Holidays in Grantham and take our 2 dogs - they've never had a holiday!

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  25. I would pick Forest Park Cromer, Norfolk as I live in Norfolk to travel to and from would be easy plus the coasts of norfolk are amazing

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  26. Pot-A-Doodle-Do ... with a name like that who wouldn't want to visit! Northumberland is one of our favourite holiday locations. Would love to tie in a visit to Berwick Fair, which we haven't yet managed to do!

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  27. Mains Farms near Stirling would be ideal for us with a toddler as it's not too far away. It had a play area for under fives which sounds amazing. My husband and I love the safari park and need to bring our son sometime!

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  28. Would love stay at Secret Valley in Somerset. Not too far from may locations we like to visit, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole and of course the seaside. Quite fancy spending the evenings chilling in the countryside away from the hustle and bustle and the hot tubs are an added luxury. Looks stunning. Good luck all, amazing prize x

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  29. Strathfillan Wigwam Village because it looks very family friendly!

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  30. Evenlode would be ideal for our outdoor mad boys, climbing and football facilities at the ready. Plenty of places to explore and not to far to travel from our home (travel sick!!!)

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  31. Forest Park in Cromer as it has a swimming pool and I'm trying to teach my son how to swim. It's also near the coast so nice sea walks and early nights.

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  32. Ball Hall Farm because it is not too far from me and looks lovely.

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  33. There's just too any to choose from, I'd probably let the kids decide!

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  34. I would go to Wolferlow in Worcestershire, it is a gorgeous part of the country and also near my sister so I could visit her and her family too

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  35. I would choose Wigwam Holidays Bodrugan. It's near to so much to see and to in Cornwall and I took my daughter to St Austell when she was littel and would love to go again.

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  36. What a great competition. If you have never stayed in a Wigwam then you must! We stayed in a big chief but would love to be able to return to another of their sites to stay in a running water. With a HOT TUB! Bliss!!!!

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  37. I'd choose Tapnell Farm, Yarmouth in the Isle Of Wight as it is such a beautiful island with so many things to see and do and you can get around the whole island in about 2 hours

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  38. Bodrugan - because the Cornish coast is so beautiful

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  39. Omg this looks like a fab place to holiday ty guys x

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  40. Brecon as I’ve never been to wales and it would be perfect central place to explore and the hot tub looks lovely !! Xx

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  41. I’d love to visit Chawton Park Farm as it’s location in Hampshire is not too far to travel, it sounds lovely and cosy especially with the fire pit! I know I would find this break both Greta for the family and great for relaxation.

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  42. I would love somewhere in Yorkshire or maybe Forest Park as close to family

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  43. id love to visit charnwood Forrest because it looks so beautiful and peaceful and the cabin looks amazing

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  44. I'd have to go to Evenlode, it's not too far from me and the location is absolutely stunning! I adore the Cotswolds!

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  45. I would choose Valley farm in Hertfordshire because not only does it look amazing but it is not too far for me to travel too x

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  46. Wolferflow in Worcestershire seems incredibly appealing as it's not too long a drive for us & it has a safari park quite close for the kids to enjoy, there's market towns,cute castles, historic houses.it sounds wonderful!

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  47. Penbugle Organic Farm, Cornwall, because we adore Cornwall and our dog would be welcome

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  48. Tapnell Farm on the Isle of Wight looks like great fun for everyone

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  49. Wow these wigwams look truely amazing definitely would create some fab holiday memories 😍

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  50. I would love to take my kids glamping in Saxon Meadow. It is in our hometown and as we don't drive, it would be ideal for the kids to enjoy and wouldn't be difficult to get to!

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  51. Amazing prize would love to win :)

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  52. Forest Park Cromer - love this side of the UK but haven't visited since kid. Would love to explore the area and share experiences with my family

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  53. I love the idea of 'Glamping' - have always enjoyed camping but now I'm a lot older, it would be lovely to have a little luxury whilst enjoying nature and the great outdoors. x

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  54. I would choose Evenlode, the location looks amazing and they have hot tubs!!

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  55. This looks amazing. I think we would go for Ribble Valley. The site looks tranquil and a perfect place to stay. I also like that its close by to places that we could visit. I love that the cabins are ensuite and heated.

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  56. I would choose Forest Park, Cromer as I had great memories of holidays in Cromer as a child, I would love my boys to have the same xxx

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  57. I would choose Penbugle in Cornwall, there is so much to do in the Looe/Liskeard area and the campsite with it's working farm sounds lovely.

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  58. I'd go to Brecon. The walking there is fantastic and the views are stunning!

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  59. I'd like to visit Evenlode because it isn't too far from us and the Cotswolds are so lovely and serene x

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  60. I would like to try Shellstone

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  61. I would love to visit Shellstone near Tenby. I have only been to Tenby once and it was absolutely beautiful, and I would love to go back with my other half and spend a romantic time walking on the beach. The site itself looks stunning too.

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