When it comes to nature, there’s nowhere as incredible as North Wales. From the beautiful North Wales Coast Path, to the epic snowy peaks of Snowdonia National Park, the landscapes are full of action and a rich, unique culture. The best way to enjoy these landscapes of course, is to go glamping. Here is our guide to the best glampsites in North Wales.
Snowdonia Glamping Holidays
Tucked in the hills above Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia Glamping Holidays has a selection of cosy shepherd’s huts and glamping barns. You’ll find all the home comforts like beds with luxurious linen, warm Welsh blankets and sheepskin rugs, and fluffy towels. The huts and barns have wood burning stoves to keep you warm, your own private bathroom and outdoor kitchen areas where you can enjoy a meal with the backdrop of Snowdonia National Park. Find out more here.
Waenfechan Glamping is nestled in a rural spot within the lush Conwy Valley, looking out over Snowdonia’s mountains. As well as pitches, the site has four luxury glamping pods. Each pod sleeps two and includes a pull-out double sofa bed with soft furnishings, fully equipped kitchen, ensuite shower room, smart TV, wifi, private decking area with outdoor seating, private hot tub and BBQ. Find out more here.
Situated in Tremeirchion in the Clwyd region, Panorama Pods offer magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The pods are generously sized and include one bedroom, a fully equipped kitchen, a cosy living area with a TV and woodburner in the fireplace, and a bathroom with either a bath or shower. Outside you’ll find a private decking area with seating, leading out onto the surrounding fields. You can enjoy fishing nearby, or take on one of the local cycling routes. Find out more here.
Set in one of the most beautiful parts of the Isle of Anglesey, Llanfair Hall is a fantastic place to unwind in nature. The site offers a great selection of glamping options, including five glamping pods and a log cabin. The glamping pods are all ensuite and fully furnished with comfy double beds, sofas, heaters, outdoor seating and personal BBQ fire pit. There are two field kitchens which have all the amenities you need. The log cabin is fully self contained and includes a double bedroom, a loft with two single beds and a sofa bed. There is a spacious kitchen and living area with a log burning stove, and a private outdoor space with a pizza oven, fire pit, hammock and swing seat. Find out more here.
Away From It All
The site’s name says it all – this secluded farm really is away from it all. Set on the Llyn Peninsula, the site is close to sweeping beaches and sheltered coves. Cosy up in a futuristic dome which comes with a double bed, two large futons, rustic wooden furniture, a log burner, Welsh woolen blankets, lamps and candles. Outside, you’ll find a deck for sunbathing, stargazing and dining. There are toilets and modern showers just a short walk away from your dome, as well as a communal kitchen. Find out more here.
Ty Barcud Glamping Pod
Ty Barcud is a luxury glamping pod set in a two acre meadow which is exclusively yours for the duration of your stay. The curved, cedar-clad pod sleeps two people and is fully insulated for a comfortable stay. The pod includes a double bed with luxury bedding, wool blankets, two seater sofa bed, fully equipped kitchenette, TV, dining table, and a wet room with washbasin and toilet. Outside there is a table and chairs, fire pit and hammock. Upon arrival, you’ll find a welcome basket with fresh bread, butter and Welsh cakes with jam. Find out more here.
Tyn Cornel Camping
Located just four miles from Bala in Snowdonia, Tyn Cornel is a beautiful campsite set by the river. It’s a great base for adventures in the national park. Glamping options on the site include lotus belle tents for couples and riverside pods for families and couples. The tents are in a private corner of the campsite, fully furnished with all the sleeping and cooking equipment you need. They’re heated by a wood burning stove and there is a fire pit for outdoor cooking. The spacious pods have room for up to four people, and include a double bed and two single beds, as well as electricity, lighting and heaters.
Allibella Shepherd’s Hut
Allibella Shepherd’s Hut is located in the owner’s large, landscaped garden with views looking out to the Cambrian Coast and Llyn Peninsula. The hut has all the essentials for a perfect glamping experience, including a king size/double bunker, ensuite with toilet and shower, dining area and fully equipped kitchen, an electric wall mounted fire, freeview TV and wifi. Outside is a private fenced grass garden with decked seating area and BBQ. The site is just 1.5 miles from the seaside town of Barmouth.
Set in seven acres of its own woodland, Nyth Robin is a secluded glamping and touring site just 3 miles from the seaside village of Aberdovey. You’ll find a range of unique glamping accommodations, including spacious, five metre bell tents which sleep up to four people (one can fit eight), a cosy woodland hut which is perfect for couples, a vintage 60s caravan with a stylish interior, and a converted horsebox from the 80s. All the glamping options are fully furnished, and have their own rustic kitchen. The site also has compost toilets and hot water showers.
At Anglesey Yurt Holidays, you can wake up to views of the coast and over the mountains of Snowdonia. There are a selection of yurts and shepherd’s huts for you to choose from. The yurts each sleep five people and include three futons which turn into double beds. There are plenty of throws and cushions for you to snuggle up with next to the log burner. Outside, there are deck chairs and BBQs. The huts sleep four people and include a double bed, sofa bed and lounge area with log burner. The huts are fully insulated and furnished in a light and contemporary style. Onsite is a toilet and shower block, as well as a fully equipped kitchen and dining area.