Five reasons the teardrop trailer is the new glamping
For obvious reasons we’re all falling more and more in love with the outdoors. But even before a global pandemic headed to our shores, more of us were ditching overseas holidays in favour of staycations than ever before. Perhaps you’re a keen camper that’s fed up with the labour intensive first day on the campsite, maybe you love hiring a bell-tent or yurt but are getting increasingly surprised at the eye-watering prices or you might love the luxury of renting a holiday cottage but are hankering after the freedom to go a bit further off the beaten track. Here’s five reasons teardrop trailers are the new glamping:
1 No Set Up
A Nomad Trailer sleeps four – two within the trailer itself, and two within a high-quality pop-up tent that sits on top. Simply add your favourite bedding and you’re good to go! For those who relax better when they can occasionally check the laptop or who don’t holiday without a hairdryer the trailer also comes with electricity sockets, USB ports and lighting. As the battery charges while you drive you don’t even need to hook-up to a campsites’ electricity for these to work – though that is an option if you prefer. That’s not all though, open up the back to reveal your very own kitchen. It comes complete with a two ring hob, running water and coolbox to act as a fridge, all you need to pack is your utensils. So arrive, sit back and get the kettle on – no messing around with tent pegs or wondering where you put that roll-mat…
2 It’s Warmer
Our trailers are built with insulation, so they are especially good at keeping out the cold UK weather. You’re also sleeping high off the floor so it’s much warmer than traditional camping. Teardrop Trailers have even been used by pro-skiiers accessing mountains in winter – that’s how warm they can get! Don’t worry though – our insulation works so it also keeps you cool in the summer months plus the trailer features a rather cute sliding sash window if you need to let some air in.
3 Go Somewhere More Peaceful
As you don’t even need an electricity hook-up with our teardrop trailers, you have access to a wider range of camp sites and land. This means that as campsites get busy in peak season, you have the luxury of truly getting away from it all without having to leave behind luxuries like your own hob, fridge and electricity. Head to Scotland and their Land Reform Act means you can set up base on most unenclosed land (with the exception of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park) so you can have a real adventure without sacrificing your home comforts.
4 Stay In Multiple Locations
Camping is great but often, especially with kids, you pick your one destination and that’s where you stay. After all, who can face taking down the tent to move on and pitch it all over again – you’re meant to be on holiday! With a Nomad Trailer – everything is where you need it within the trailer. Simply attach it to your car and you can go from one destination to the next! Why not explore the length of the Jurassic Coast? Or head from the North to Cornwall with scenic stops along the way? Of course, these perks are available with a caravan but the difference is you don’t need to sit a test and obtain a towing license with a Nomad Trailer – we’ve worked hard to ensure they come under the weight that requires this.
5 Make the Most of All Your Free Time
When you own a Nomad Trailer – you’ve got your own hotel room with 24 hour check-in, better views and unique locations. The best part? Last minute decisions! Make the most of a sunny weekend, time off in lieu or answer that nagging feeling you need a break by simply filling up with fuel and going! As it’s a self-contained camping option you can bypass all those busy holiday-booking websites too.