The ultimate in glamping accommodation, our Rambler pod has its own Kitchenette, Shower and WC and comes with a choice of layout options.

The Rambler, The Camper and The Glamper are the 3 styles that we manufacture in our camping pods range.

The Arch has straighter walls which don’t start to curve until around shoulder height. This means that you can stand up right to the edge of the room without bumping your head. It also allows for stand-alone furniture to be used without modification as it will fit flush to the wall. More of the internal space is useable.

The Arches are available in a variety of sizes to sleep from 2–8 people, there are a multitude of ways to fit them out and the larger models can be fitted with bathrooms and/or kitchens. They can be fitted with bunks or double beds or left empty for stand-alone furniture from a supplier of your choice.

The Arches are made using slow grown redwood and they are guaranteed for 10 years. If you are considering camping pods these are well worth considering.

Key design features

  • The Glamper is our top-of-the-range Arch, a luxury camping cabin with shower room and kitchen facilities.
  • The Glamper is completely self-contained, with kitchen, en-suite and heating.
  • Sleeps 2–4 people, the Glamper is supplied without beds allowing you the freedom to choose the style and quality of the furniture you put in.
  • The Glamper sleeps 2 with a double bed and bunks can be added to sleep 4. A sofa will comfortably be accommodated for the 2 person layout.
  • If you are looking to increase all year round occupancy, the fully equipped Glamper is perfect.
  • All the arches are the same basic shape, the Glamper has a larger, usable space compared to most camping pods on the market due to their straight walls. Link to page about shape
  • The natural beauty of the Glamper arch means it will sit in harmony with your rural surroundings.
  • There are a range of accessories available, including a short or long porch and we offer a bespoke design service, including the fitting of beds and bunk beds.


The overall size of the Camper is 4.8 metres x 3.5 metres. The unit has a door with glass at one end and a window above where the double bed goes.

The floor is built on a robust tanalised timber base frame with fork lift truck points. The floor is constructed using 18 mm tongue and groove four edged Oriented Strand Board (OSB3) floor decking that is fully insulated with Rockwool non-slip, commercial grade vinyl covering.

The roof is constructed of a lightweight metal interlocking tile that is guaranteed weatherproof for 40 years, it is fully insulated.

The exterior walls are constructed using slow-grown redwood timber. The timber is 25mm loglap with tongue and groove exterior wall boards that are pre-treated with exterior solvent-based preservative.

The interior walls and ceiling are constructed from 15mm tongue and groove.

The door and windows are double glazed brown UPVC. The doors have 5 lever security locks as standard.

The Arch is wired with a 16 amp IP44 waterproof socket inlet and a 5-Module IP55 40A RCD consumer unit. It has ceiling spot lights, an exterior light in the porch, an extractor fan in the bathroom and 2 double sockets.

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