23 March 2023
Glamping has never been so popular! The increasing search for somewhere unique and special to enjoy the outdoors has led to more people choosing to seek out nearby glamping sites, where they can enjoy memorable break in the countryside and spend time reconnecting with nature.
Be it a stay in a woodland lodge, a chic shepherd’s hut, a quirky yurt, a picture-perfect pod, a safari lodge, or a handcrafted treehouse, there are plenty of glamping sites in Wales to choose from and our glamping escapes offer unique luxuries such as underfloor heating, private hot tubs, handcrafted features and king-size beds!
With its magnificent mountains, dark skies, enchanting coastline, and warm welcome, Wales is the ideal choice for a glamping holiday. Escape with or without the family, bring the dog, or cosy up together around crackling fire pits and deep dark night skies.
Wondering where you can go glamping in Wales? We have top glamping sites across Wales from the magnificent mountains of North Wales to the captivating coastline of South Wales; take your pick and skip to whichever gorgeous region takes your fancy.
Browse our full luxurious glamping collection in and around Wales by clicking the button below or scroll on for some delightful destinations.
Glamping sites in North Wales
Epic mountain scenery, ancient culture and heritage, thrilling activities and vibrant coastal resorts combine to provide a memorable holiday destination with plenty of variety.
Hide deep in the mountains of Eryri / Snowdonia National Park or breath in the fresh sea air on the beaches of Borth Wen or Lligwy, two of Anglesey’s best.
After a day’s adventuring, cosy up in one of our luxurious glamping sites in North Wales below or slip into a bubbling tub with some hot tub glamping in North Wales.
Check out our guide to Snowdonia National Park to help plan your next glamping adventure.
Island Hide, Pentre Berw, sleeps 2 + 1 dog
Wildlife lover or not, you will find it difficult to ignore the sweet birdsong that will gently wake you on summer mornings at Island Hide. Set in a beautiful spot 4 miles from Llangefni in North Wales, this beautifully extended shepherd's hut enjoys uninterrupted views over a nearby RSPB Wetlands Reserve.
You will find yourself whiling away the hours on the enclosed veranda enjoying the views and watching as the resident alpacas graze in the field next to you.
- Stargazing from the hot tub
- Enjoying the views with a morning coffee on the veranda
- Meeting the resident alpacas
Sunken Treasure, Conwy, sleeps 2 + 1 dog
Discover this treasure trove of a glamping site in North Wales. Nestling in the lush Conwy Valley, this romantic retreat with a hot tub is within 1.5 miles of Conwy for a refreshing day of shopping, sightseeing, and dining.
With access to a sauna and games room, this bijou abode makes a delightful retreat for a magical escape. Hike out into the Eryri / Snowdonia National Park with your canine companion or visit local attractions such as Conwy Castle, Llandudno, Surf Snowdonia, Llechwedd Slate Cavern, Bodnant Gardens, and the nature walks of Conwy Water Gardens.
- Relaxing in the private hot tub
- Exploring Conwy with its castles and eateries
- Enjoying the footpaths, cycle routes and outdoor activities of Eryri / Snowdonia National Park
Craig Y Nos, Betws-y-Coed, sleeps 2 + 1 dog
Craig Y Nos is an idyllic romantic getaway close to Betws-y-Coed and the best of North Wales’ countryside, coast, and culture. Perched high on the hillside overlooking swathes of lush green grass and swaying trees, this wooden-clad pod is the ideal choice for the ultimate fairy-tale break.
This glamping site in North Wales is a cosy haven with its warming wood burner, underfloor heating, and unique outdoor hot tub, so all you’ll have to do is turn up, open the champers and snuggle up for a cwtch with a truly memorable view.
- The panoramic views from the hot tub
- Relaxing in the stylish open-plan living area
- Exploring the fantastic Eryri / Snowdonia National Park
Glamping sites in South and Mid Wales
One minute you could be hiding away in a secret corner of Powys and the next, exploring the capital city of Cardiff. Our glamping sites in South and Mid Wales allow glampers easy access to both countryside and urban life.
Step back in time at Blaenavon World Heritage site, cycle around the Elan Valley, marvel at the castles and manor houses of Caerphilly or watch red kite feeding at Gigrin Farm before heading into the green heart of Wales or the rolling hills of the Vale of Glamorgan.
Our collection of glamping sites in Mid and South Wales provides a perfectly peaceful escape. Check out our luxury hot tub glamping in South Wales for even more dreamy inspiration.
Big Daf, Usk, sleeps 2
Take your outdoor adventures to the next level with a stay in this converted army truck! Comfortable and well-equipped, Big Daf is a fun glamping experience for two adults and two children to enjoy a holiday to remember.
Outside, the covered terrace is home to a brilliant BBQ for filling feasts and a warming wood-fired hot tub for unwinding in after action-packed days walking, swimming, canoeing, and fishing the breathtaking waterways of the Usk and Wye.
- The uniqueness of a glamping stay in this ex-army truck
- Unwinding in the wood-fired hot tub
- Being set within the heart of the wonderful Wye Valley, near the beautiful Brecon Beacons and fabulous Forest of Dean
Epynt View Shepherd Hut, Builth Wells, sleeps 2
Enjoy a romantic glamping getaway in the heart of the Mid Wales countryside with a stay in this spacious shepherd's hut with superb countryside views and wonderful woodland walks right on the doorstep.
Relax with a brew and breakfast as the sun rises over the lush Welsh countryside, ready for a day adventuring or visiting the pretty nearby towns and villages such as Cilmery, Brecon and Builth Wells where you can ramble along the River Wye. Delight with a delicious BBQ and roast marshmallows over the fire pit under starry skies before curling up in front of the flickering flames of the warming wood burner.
- Romantic getaways in a stunning location
- Snuggling up under the hand-crocheted bed cover
- Watching the sun set across the valley
Great Escape Glamping, Hay-on-Wye, sleeps 8 + 2 dogs
This nest of beautiful handmade shepherds’ huts is hidden away in the heart of the wonderful Welsh hills near the literature haven of Hay-on-Wye. Explore the market town’s brilliant bookshops, delicious eateries, and gorgeous independent stores. Adventure seekers can enjoy rock climbing, caving, canoeing, kayaking and gorge walking with Black Mountain Adventure.
Back at Great Escape Glamping, experience the ultimate in glamping comfort with double beds and warming wood burners, or gather around the fire pit to tell stories of your day’s adventures. There’s all you need for a memorable glamping break in Wales including a shower room and a kitchen with wood fired Esse stove. There’s also a BBQ and a canopied dining table for al fresco dining.
- Relaxing by the fire pit, gazing up at the stars
- Being hidden away in the hillside
- The peaceful location surrounded by miles of rolling countryside
Dove Lodge, Talybont-on-Usk, sleeps 6 + 1 dog
Immerse yourself in the great outdoors with a stay at Dove Lodge. This delightful safari lodge is a wonderfully unique escape offering groups a memorable style of self-catering accommodation. Complete with three bedrooms, and an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner which flows seamlessly onto the veranda, you’ll feel like you’re on a real adventure that the kids will always remember!
Several on-site activities will keep you all entertained, from rowing on the lake to helping feed the chickens. After a day of exploring the Brecon Beacons, head back to the lodge and soak the evening away in the wood-fired hot tub.
- Taking a dip or going for a row on the wildlife pond
- Soaking in the wood-fired hot tub
- Exploring the daily activities of a working farm
Glamping sites in West Wales
From coast to countryside, West Wales offers a host of amazing sites for the ultimate glamping experience.
Discover the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and soak up the atmosphere of pretty seaside Tenby and New Quay.
Our collection of glamping sites in West Wales provides all you need for a pleasant peaceful escape.
Nantsiriol Yurt, Aberystwyth, sleeps 2
Treat yourselves to a luxurious Welsh glamping break with a stay in this exquisite Mongolian yurt with underfloor heating, a super-king-size bed, kitchen/diner, and a private hot tub with stunning mountain views.
Set in serene surroundings, this beautifully finished traditional Mongolian yurt is a colourful romantic haven for two. Retreat to your yurt after coastal adventures along the Wales Coast Path, exploring Snowdonia / Eryri National Park, or browsing the shops and eateries of Aberystwyth.
- Enjoying the stunning views across the mountains from the wood-fired hot tub
- The comfort of the super-king-size bed and underfloor heating
- Exploring the gorgeous Aberystwyth coastline
Horseshoe Hut, Freshwater East, sleeps 2
Get away from it all with a stay in this beautiful shepherd's hut, the perfect romantic base for exploring the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline. This quirky retreat is tucked away in an idyllic position that boasts a picturesque pond and marvellous countryside views.
Enjoy days exploring Pembrokeshire’s beautiful beaches and countryside before returning to stoke the wood burner for a cosy night in or enjoying an al fresco supper. Gaze upon the stars by the fire pit before heading in and cwtching up ready for more West Wales adventures.
- Being surrounded by peaceful countryside
- The luxurious fittings and underfloor heating
- Cwtching up around the warming wood burner for cosy evenings in
Porthdy Gwas Y Neidr - New Quay, sleeps 2 + 1 dog
Escape the hustle and bustle with a stay in this stylish glamping site in West Wales nestled in spectacular countryside with lovely lake views and a bubbling hot tub.
Unwind in this slice of serenity after salty days exploring the golden sands and glittering seas of New Quay and Cardigan Bay with its delightful dolphins. Refresh with the zingy interior that reflects the green surroundings of this unique glamping pod. The cosy yet contemporary space leads to a terrific terrace where you can sizzle up a feast on the BBQ before sipping al fresco aperitifs.
- Dolphin spotting in New Quay and Cardigan Bay
- Stargazing from the hot tub
- The pop of colour at this stylish pod
Glamping sites in the Welsh Borders
With the wonderful Wye Valley and the salt marshes of the Dee Estuary, there's so much to see and do from the comfort of our luxury glamping sites in the Welsh Borders.
Whether you're browsing intriguing antique stores and ruffling through bookshops in Hay-on-Wye, hopping over the border into Herefordshire, or venturing towards the Shropshire Hills and Chester, enjoy the best of both amazing regions with a stay in one of our glamping sites in the Welsh Borders.
A Woodland Hideaway, Hay-on-Wye, sleeps 2 + 1 dog
Set high in the foothills of the Black Mountains, this modern and well-equipped cabin has beautiful far-reaching valley views and is sure to satisfy. The kitchen area has everything you need to create a tasty meal to enjoy on the terrace or in the comfortable living space before retreating to the cosy double bed.
Adventure seekers will love heading into the Black Mountains, climbing Cat’s Back hill, or joining Offa’s Dyke Path and walking out to the Hay Bluff. There’s also canoeing, pony trekking, and climbing available to try before heading home to enjoy an evening around the fire pit.
- Being surrounded by 300 acres of rugged farmland to explore
- Unwinding in this cosy woodland cabin
- Stargazing at Llanthony Priory, one of the best places to stargaze in the Brecon Beacons
Aconbury Pods - Woodcock, Hereford, sleeps 2 + 1 dog
This stylish and beautifully finished pod is set within acres of gorgeous countryside with lovely views across the whimsical lake. Soak in the private hot tub while being surrounded by the sweet sounds of nature, an idyllic escape.
Enjoy strolls through the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean or browse the wonderful bookshops of Hay-on-Wye before retreating to enjoy your favourite movie beneath the cladded arch of this perfectly formed rural retreat. Wake up to birdsong and enjoy a tasty breakfast of local produce on the patio, where you will also find a BBQ, chiminea and hot tub for maximising your time in the great outdoors.
- Being set within 630 acres of private Hereford countryside
- Enjoying the dark skies from your own private hot tub
- Exploring the enchanting Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and Brecon Beacons
Vivianna, Tenbury Wells, sleeps 2
Enjoy a totally unique stay in this luxurious treehouse within beautifully landscaped grounds. With its own private hot tub set on the edge of a wildlife lake, Vivianna is the perfect retreat for a couple looking for a romantic break.
A hand-carved handrail leads the way to this magical realm where handcrafted features continue. The open-plan space is enhanced with decorative panelling that stretches up to the gorgeous sash windows with views out to the dreamlike woodland. Curl up beside the fire and relax as it softly crackles, warming you through to the tips of your toes.
- The detail of this luxurious handcrafted treehouse
- Unwinding with lakeside hot tub soaks
- Strolling around the lakes and meadows
Try glamping in Wales
Wood Shack, Ty Bach, Buzzard Lodge, Mole Hill Hut
If you’ve been inspired to book that much-needed glamping break in Wales, then take a look at our full luxurious collection for even more unique escapes.
From luxurious lodges for the whole family to cosy shepherd’s huts for two, you’ll find something to suit amongst our luxury glamping collection in Wales.
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