Ben Sherman Goes Glamping

Spring is in the air, the sun is in the sky, and the Easter bank holiday weekend is just around the corner. This trio of uplifting events makes us at the Last Word want to get outdoors and get camping for the first time this year. However, while attending an outdoor music festival early in the season may seem appealing to some, for us the changeability of the British weather means it’s a little too soon for us. Instead, we want something a little more upmarket to help us get our camping fix this coming weekend. Glamping gives you all the benefits of camping outdoors with none of the hangups - many even have an iron to perfectly press their favourite Ben Sherman button down. Give the pop-up tent and portaloo a miss and instead let the Last Word guide you to the best glamping site's.

Coachella Valley, Palm Springs

Coachella Valley

Day and night collide. As the sun sets a solemn warmth draws near. Nothing is as beautiful as the Coachella Valley sky at night where all the stars in the universe show up to greet you. If you consider yourself a trendsetter in music and fashion this is the place for you. Festivals have changed the way music and art are experienced. Don't find yourself lost in a trance, the epic desert art installations will blow your mind. 

Humble Bee Farm, Scarborough

Fancy a short break in a Normadic yurt beside one of Britain’s most traditional seaside resorts? Of course you do, and Humble Bee Farm will be right up your alley. 

With wigwams, bell tents and yurts of varying sizes also on offer, this family-friendly venue is ideal for a long weekend with the kids. 

Fort William, Highland Scotland

Fort William is a town in the Western Scottish Highlands. Better known as the outdoor capital of the UK. This picture perfect-escape will definitely give you the jolt of excitement you're looking for. 

The Mollycroft, Yorkshire

Formerly a showman’s touring van, this (now static) caravan in sprawling Yorkshire is every bit as extravagant as the individuals who once travelled in it. Multiple sofas, a gas hob and even Wi-Fi will ensure this turquoise camper suits your every need. There’s even a fire pit should you wish to get a bit more primeval about it all.

Surrounded by stunning coast, great nature walks and contemporary art, it’s the perfect place to spend a long weekend.