Stepping out of my “shack” I could hear lambs, curlews … and the distinctive hum of power tools. I’d arrived at Bivouac two days before the UK’s latest glampsite opened and there was plenty to be finished off. A collection of eight yurts, six shacks, a 12-bed bunk barn, cafe, shop and wood-fired hot tub, Bivouac is set around an old stone farmhouse five miles from Masham, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It has been the mission of Sam and Beth Hardwick for five years, ever since they took an extended honeymoon and – inspired by a “basic but beautiful” lodge in New Zealand – ended up changing careers.
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