Canvas Cabins or Tents? Deciding on Glamping Essentials

Glamping, or glamourous camping, is the ultimate pairing of comfort and outdoor living. Unlike regular camping, though, a tent is not your only choice when it comes to accommodations. Glamping also offers campers a wide choice of dwellings, like canvas cabins and tents. But which one is right for you? We’re here to help you figure that out with a helpful guide to both types of abodes.

Canvas Cabins: Luxurious Glamping at Its Best

Canvas cabins have always been a popular choice when it comes to enhancing a glamping experience. They offer a unique blend of outdoor living, with the comforts and looks of a more traditional accommodation. Here are some key points to remember if you’re considering a canvas cabin:

Natural Aesthetics

Canvas cabins have a rustic and natural appearance, which blends well with the surrounding environments of our glamping resorts. The use of canvas material allows for a closer connection to nature, which enhances your immersion in the outdoors.

Comfort and Luxury

Despite their rugged appearance, canvas cabins are designed to provide comfort, with a touch of luxury. All our canvas cabins come equipped with air conditioning, and Endy mattresses, with a kitchen and bathroom as well. You can enjoy the beauty of nature without sacrificing an ounce of comfort.


Our canvas cabins are designed with sustainability in mind. The use of natural materials and the ability to leave a minimal ecological footprint make canvas cabins an eco-friendly accommodation choice for those who wish to enjoy nature responsibly.

Connection to Nature

Canvas allows our guests to feel more connected to the natural surroundings of our glamping resorts. The sound of rain on the canvas or the breeze through the material can add to the sensory experience of being in the wild.

Are you convinced yet? Don’t decide until you’ve heard what canvas tents have to offer. It might not be an easy decision!

Canvas Tents: The Classic Glamping Experience

Nothing beats a classic. Canvas tents are the more traditional glamping accommodation, and they offer many of the same amenities as canvas cabins, with some differences. Here are some of the key points to keep in mind when considering a canvas tent:


Like canvas cabins, canvas tents offer good ventilation, which is especially good for glamping in the summer. Proper ventilation is also essential for preventing condensation inside the tent.

Size and Structure

Canvas tents come in various sizes and styles, from small two-person tents to larger family-sized tents. We offer them in different shapes as well, including dome and bell tents. Learn more about different tent sizes and tent structures.

Comfort and Luxury

Of course, canvas tents are also designed for comfort and luxury. While they don’t include a bathroom and kitchen like canvas cabins do, all our canvas tents come with Endy mattresses, private firepits, and a BBQ.


While canvas tents offer a slightly more luxurious experience, canvas tents are associated with a more minimalist glamping lifestyle. Glampers who enjoy a closer connection to nature and a simplified outdoor experience may prefer the simplicity of a canvas tent.

Now that you know the facts, it’s time to decide. Don’t take too long to make your choice, though, as spots for the spring and summer seasons are filling up fast. So, whichever dwelling suits your needs, whether it’s the luxurious calling of a canvas cabin or the minimalist appeal of the canvas tent, we hope to see you in one soon!