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Superglamp Hideaway House Review

What Is It?

  • Outdoor ‘tiny houses’ from Superglamp
  • Cabins sleep up to 4 adults
  • Includes a kitchen, table, storage and en-suite shower room
  • Outdoor space with BBQ area and optional hot tub
  • Can be adapted and built to your specific specification
  • Planning permission not needed


What Did We Think?

The best way to describe Superglamp, is to say that their stylish and extremely clever little houses are like miniature log cabins. Don’t let their tiny size fool you though, the cabin we stayed in had ample space for the two of us (they sleep up to 4), and really felt like a home away from home.

Superglamp Hideaway House Review

Superglamp Hideaway House Review Inside the pod

We went to down to Swiss Farm Touring & Camping (campsite review coming soon!) in Henley-on-Thames for a stay so that we could get a better feel for them, and we loved every minute of our stay!

Inside the Superglamp cabin, there’s a table that seats 4, a good sized sofa (which can also be converted to provide sleeping space for 2 more people), and there’s a comfy large double bed too. Add to that a kitchen area, en-suite toilet and shower and you’ve got ideal self catering accommodation – perfect for campsite and holiday park owners, but also perfect for homeowners wanting additional space for teens, overnight visitors or even for using it as a holiday let.

Superglamp Hideaway House Review Inside the pod kitchen area

The quality of the structure was excellent and we loved the natural solid wood used throughout. Step outside and there’s a large veranda providing plenty of shaded seating, and there’s even space for a hot tub! We loved it and felt it was a much more stylish alternative to staying in static caravan.


The Verdict

Superglamp looks like it could be a great solution for entrepreneurial land owners wanting to choose an alternative to bell tent  or small pod style glamping accommodation that’s currently available. They are also perfect for holiday park owners wanting to tap into the current ‘tiny house’ trend.

Outside hot tub Superglamp Hideaway House

You don’t need be a business owner or to be thinking of running a business to consider a Superglamp cabin however. If we had the space (and the budget!) having one of these tucked away at the bottom of the garden would be marvelous, I’m sure our friends would never want to leave, and when they did, we’d make sure it was listed on Air B&B!

Find out more about Superglamp, or why not book a stay in one of the cabins at Swiss Farm Touring & Camping Park.

The view from the Superglamp cabin




  • Alistair Davitt

    I really was surprised by the space