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A comfortable four-person tent, the Beta 450 XL is ideal for weekend camping. The large porch provides plenty of space, with Diamond Clear windows that bring in lots of light. The roomy bedroom area features dark Nightfall fabric to reduce the amount of morning light.Durable and reliable, Vango's Tension Band System prevents sideways movement for better stability. High visibility guylines and reflective webbing make it easier to navigate the tent exterior at night.Part of Vango’s earth Collection, the Beta 450 XL has a Sentinel eco flysheet. Made from single-use plastic, the recycled fabric is more sustainable. Durable, waterproof, and UV resistant, the material stands up well to our UK summers! [Full Details]
Snow Peak's Amenity Dome M tent has been a campsite favourite for years. Sized for four people, the premium materials and practical design make camp life easy.The large vestibule opens from the front and side; you can adapt access as the weather changes. You can also enter the tent from the back - the door opens into the sleeping area. Mesh panels on the inner doors, plus flysheet vents, allow the air to circulate. Good ventilation helps to regulate temperature as well as minimise condensation.Durable and sturdy, the cross-pole structure of the inner tent ensures stability. The poles and sleeves feature colour coding to speed up pitching times. [Full Details]
MSR made the Habitude 4 tent adventure ready. Holding up to group trips, family use and foul weather, it’s a study four-person model with a standing-height interior to increase camping comfort. Quick to pitch, thanks to hubbed poles and colour coded clips, once up the generous front vestibule has your storage needs covered. Aiding airflow while providing privacy, the inner tent features both mesh and solid panels. Helping to keep things in check, interior mesh pockets make the perfect place to stash books, electronics, and midnight feast snacks! [Full Details]
With its spacious four-person setup, the Joro Air 450 tent is ideal for family holidays. Boasting Vango’s AirBeam technology, the inflatable design makes it a breeze to pitch. Comfortable inside, pre-angled beams and vertical sidewalls increase headroom and maximise space. Sleeping up to four, the king sized bedrooms with nightfall fabric minimise morning light so you can lie in for longer. Fancy some outdoor dining? The integrated front awning provides just the right amount of shelter. [Full Details]
A spacious tent that is easy to set up, the entry 2 Room elfield tent is superb for group camping. Inside, there is a large living room and a sleeping area that can fit up to four people.With doors on all sides, you can customise your access points. Mesh panels allow you to control the temperature and airflow while keeping bugs out. At night, zip up the panels for better privacy.Colour coded poles help simplify pitching; strong guylines create a sturdy structure. A roof sheet and mud skirt improve protection from the sun and rain. [Full Details]
The Zonda 4eP tent is ideal for smaller families or couples looking to camp in comfort. Featuring Wild Country’s inflatable Air Flex poles, it’s quick and easy to pitch. An enclosed front porch leads into a generous living area. Large, tinted windows provide lots of natural light and include curtains for privacy. Sleeping up to four, the two bedroom compartments use a dark fabric, so your sleep isn’t disrupted by the sunrise. Practical and comfortable, it makes an excellent choice for weekend getaways as well as longer holidays.This bundle includes the Zonda 4eP carpet and Zonda 4eP Footprint. The carpet adds a touch of warmth and improves comfort in the living area. The footprint protects the tent floor, keeping it clean and increasing its lifespan. [Full Details]

4 Person Tents Buyers Guide

These are suitable for a small group or a couple with children. Always consider what you will do with your bags, will they be left in a car, or will you need to buy a tent with enough space to store your bags too?

If you want to be able to stand up in your tent, choose a dome or geodesic design as tunnel tents and ridge tents are more susceptible to strong winds, especially at that height.


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