After the success of Totally Tipi’s pop up events in 2016, the Company looks set to return to Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens this Easter (Saturday, 8 April until Sunday, 23 April) This year not only will visitors experience a great café bar, but also a little bit of sanctuary with an enticing new theme for the tipi's.

Brits around the country are embracing the Danish way of living known as ‘Hygge’ after it became a trend in the winter of 2016. Pronounced “hoo-ga” it derives from a 16th century Norwegian term, hugga, meaning “to comfort” which is related to the English word “hug”.

Denmark is frequently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world. They adopt hygge whole-heartedly at home, at work and outdoors. It’s a way of life for them; not only during their long winter days, but all year round.

Totally Tipi already have their perfect Scandi-made shelter with a rustic and protective feel and are experts in creating spaces ‘Where Happy Happens’. With a few key Hygge ingredients, Hygge Tipi guests will find themselves unwinding and taking pleasure in every day things. People can enjoy low level lighting and the twinkle of fairy lights under a warm canvas.