This is going to change the way you view camping

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  • Why go

    If you hate camping but still love to experience nature, then we might have find the perfect compromise for you. Introducing Experience Freedom, which offers a range of glamping options across the UK – including these brand new glamping pods in Brighton. The peaceful site is located just two miles from the lively centre of town and a mere 15-minute stroll from the marina.

    The room

    This is where it gets fancy. The pods couldn’t be further from the tent experience. Each one features a comfortable double bed, a small sofa bed (and a child’s bunk-style bed) with bedding, and en-suite bathroom facilities.

    You can also cook your own meals if you wish, as the pods come with a small kitchen, kitted out with simple equipment, utensils & tableware. And if you’re staying for a few days, you won’t miss out on your home comforts either, as there are also a TV, DVD player, WIFI and Bluetooth speakers.

    But the best bit, especially in summer, is the outdoor decking area. Each pod comes with an outside table with four chairs and a parasol, plus a brick BBQ station (one disposable BBQ is included and more can be purchased on site) and a box for muddy shoes. Perfect to enjoy a glass of rose at sunset.

    You really must

    Whilst it’s tempting to stay within the green haven of the park, it would be a shame not to enjoy what Brighton has to offer for the day. Invest in a Brighton Explorer Pass, that’ll you will give you access to several attractions such as the i360, which will give you unbeatable panoramic views of the city.

    Thrill-seekers can also hop onto the adorable vintage electric rail train, and hop off at the Brighton Zip Wire, which is an impressive 300 metres long and starts from a 24 metre height.

    Food-wise, you’re spoiled for choice with the hundreds of cafes and bars the city has to offer. However, plant-based Japanese restaurant Moshimo is well worth the detour, as is Brighton Beach Club for a relaxed brunch or lunch.

    Booking info

    Experience Freedom from the Caravan and Motorhome Club provides a range of glamping accommodation in several locations across the UK. The glamping pods at the Brighton site start from £69 per night (based on a two-night minimum stay) and offer comfortable accommodation for up to two adults and two children. Towels can be hired for £20 for one to two people per stay or for £30 for three to four people per stay.

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