So, you are looking for family holiday ideas – something that all the family will enjoy? This can always be a tough search when you have a range of ages to please and all the members of your family have different interests. But, look no further – family glamping in Dorset is always a winner!
At Caalm Camp we have had countless families walk over our cattle grid and all have loved every second. Family glamping in Dorset is a beautiful experience and Caalm Camp offers you the perfect spot to make lasting memories. This is the reason so many of our family guests come back to us time and time again.
Caalm Camp is in the middle of the stunning Dorset countryside. We offer an incredibly safe environment that is small and compact so children can run free on the grounds and enjoy the playground areas, the countryside and yurt life.
Each of our wildflower yurts offers a double bed and two singles with lots of space. If you require extra beds or a travel cot, we will be happy to help. We help all of our family guests to have a care-free stay and we arrange each yurt to fit your individual requirements. Caalm Camp is owned by a family so Mark and Caryl understand just what a family needs!
We are in easy reach of a number of activities and days out. Some of our favourite days to recommend include Wookey Hole, Longleat Safari Park, Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World, The Jurassic Coast, Shaftesbury, Poole and Bournemouth. Or, you can simply sit back, enjoy Caalm Camp and let the children run free whilst the adults enjoy a barbecue and a glass of wine.
Whether rain or shine, Caalm Camp is a wonderful spot and both summer months and winter months are an incredible experience. During the winter months the yurts become a magical place to stay.
Mark and Caryl make sure Caalm Camp is good value for money too, so that all families find their stay affordable. Take a look at our rates and availability. If you have any particular questions, please give us a call on 01747 838565. We are a friendly bunch and we will be more than happy to help!