Glamping in Australia is an expensive activity and which I have only been to one via Airbnb. Heating and aircon, shower and toilet, fridge, nice sound system, cable tv …. yes the works is what I consider a good glamping experience. While traveling to Europe this time, we decided to find somewhere for glamping because I’ve read somewhere you get pure luxury for less than half the price of what you pay in Sydney. So while doing my research, I found a really nice place in Slovenia which was on our way to our next destination.
Chateau Ramsak was the place we decided to try because there is a hot tub PLUS they accept families. They have the tents big enough for 4 people and enough room for a baby cot which they can provide. No need to think about it – we just booked it in. Unfortunately when we arrived on the day, it was very gloomy but it didn’t ruin our mood.
First, let me take you on the tour inside the room. Most important thing, 2 double beds. One downstairs and one upstairs which is like a bunk bed which you need to climb up the ladder to access. The upstairs is just as comfortable as downstairs. They even provided a baby cot for us which was perfect for the little one.
Then you have the TV, BOSE sound system, aircon and central heating. Going into winter, the heater is most needed.
Here is the fridge, mini bar and basic snacks and drinks if you want to purchase any. We bought a bit of food from the supermarket so no need for that.
Let’s check out the toilet and bathroom It has a nice toilet, hot shower, hairdryer, amenities and a bathrobe ready for us.
Outside there is a hot tub which was great for this hot weather. Enjoy the hot tub under the stars.
The staff bought us a welcome drink we chosen when arrived. They even organised some fresh orange juice for the boys.
This part is the restaurant area. During summer and non raining days, people will sit around and enjoy the coffee and music.
One night is approximately $300AUD a night and it would be cheaper if you rented a smaller tent. Hope you like this detailed tour of our tent. Do you have glamping in your city?
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