Camping's ok if you are in the Scouts or climbing Snowdon etc, but not over 40 thank you if it don't flush I'm not going anywhere.
In the USA people call that "glamping" which I am guessing is a combo of glamourous+camping (I call it an oxymoron.) I pretty much feel I have been camping ever since I moved to the wilderness from San Francisco. Why would I pay to spend time away from a comfy bed, bathroom and wifi, with only a nylon tent as protective barrier from bugs and strangers in nearby tents, just to see nature? I just open my door and I have live episode of National Geographic playing out every day.