Bell Tent Renting

Bell Tent Renting

Apply here for business Bell Tent Renting from Bell Tent Village.

We have various eco-style tent types suitable for Bell Tent Renting at events, festivals and weddings.

There's nothing more pleasurable than spending a night close to nature in a beautifully and rigidly set up bell tent.

Bell tents are quickly becoming folk's favourite because of versatility and space that is often not found in classic tent setups.

These types of tents are advantageous for taller people as you'll be able to freely walk around for extra comfort. 

Another reason they're growing in popularity is due to their convenience. Bell tents are pretty easy to set up and dismantle, and they also look the part too with their simple designs and beautiful organic shapes. 

Renting A Bell Tent 

If you are planning for a glamping trip with your family or friends and are yet to get a bell tent for yourself, then you can always opt for a rental one!

Site organisers usually have Bell Tent Renting available from certified sites such as ours, so it's definitely worth checking out.

Bell tents are available in various sizes and types. Therefore, knowing what size you will need beforehand will ensure you a smooth bell tent renting experience.

Also, there are a few more things that you should keep in mind before you go ahead and rent a bell tent for glamping. Luckily, we've covered all to know below.

Bell Tent Renting Guide

While looking for a bell tent to rent, you should make sure that you have an understanding of the various options when it comes to bell tent designs.

A number of different fabrics are used to make bell tents as follows:

100% Cotton Canvas

Cotton canvas is a very breathable material and regulates temperature but it requires some extra care.

If you are renting a cotton canvas bell tent, then make sure that they are completely dry before you put them away; otherwise, the dampness can damage the fabric.

Polycotton

A polycotton is a blend of polyester and natural cotton. A polycotton bell tent will give you the natural cotton canvas feel but does not require as much care as  100% cotton canvas.

Also, they can be slightly pricier than the 100% cotton canvas, so keep this in mind.

Oxford canvas

Oxford canvas is a newly developed tent fabric that is a lighter alternative to cotton canvas and are a lot easier to care for.

These fabrics are highly resistant to mould too. But one downside is that with time the material loses its breathability. 

Polyester

A polyester bell tent is a much lighter option compared to the rest, which is a massive benefit making transportation much easier. They are also so much cheaper than the polycotton or the cotton canvas option.

Polyester is also very quick to dry and does not need any extra care like that of polycotton or 100% cotton canvas.

However, you won't get that natural cotton feel with a polyester tent and they are considerably less breathable. 

For those planning a solo or lesser group glamping party, this type of tent could be the right choice. 

You should also note that there are bell tents that have separate groundsheets, unlike most of the modern tents.

Some tents come with sewn-in or zipped groundsheets. So, depending on your needs and preferences, you will need to consider this when choosing a bell tent to rent.

Conclusion

Whether you are planning for a glamping trip into the wilderness or setting up a bell tent in your backyard to entertain your guests, you should do it the right way by renting a bell tent.

Following the advice set out above, you'll be able to choose the right type of bell tent that meets all your needs. And, with the bell tent sorted, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy your glamping get together.