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10 Glamping Stays with Hot Tubs in North Wales

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10 Glamping Stays with Hot Tubs in North Wales

Sometimes you just want to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy the serenity of the great outdoors. But it can also be nice to know that you’re returning from a day of hiking or water sports to a comfy bed surrounded by four walls. That’s why glamping has become so popular, as it’s a somewhat more luxurious version of camping that still allows you to get in touch with nature.

Below, we list the best glamping stays with a hot tub in North Wales. From glamping pods to cabins, you’ll surely find a spot on this list for your next trip.

1.  Nightsky Glamping, Abersoch

You may already be familiar with Abersoch, a beachside village close to Snowdonia National Park. At Nightsky Glamping, you’re only ever mere minutes by foot to two sandy beaches – try Hell’s Mouth beach for surfing and the beach in Abersoch for a slightly calmer swell.

You’ll be glamping in style at this North Wales spot, staying in one of their glamourous tents which are each equipped with a hot tub on their decking area. Be sure to say hi to the site’s herd of alpacas before you leave, too.

Facilities include:

  • Hot tub, kitchen, shower and toilet with each tent
  • Self-catering facilities
  • Dogs permitted
  • Launderette onsite

2.  Brynteg Glamping

Peaceful surroundings and a nearby beach make Brynteg Glamping an ideal spot for exploring the beauty of North Wales. You’ll then have your own glamping pod with hot tub to enjoy in the evening.

If you’re after a couples retreat, we’d recommend the luxury Super Pod. Or why not bring your kids and plan a dog walk around the surrounding countryside before a BBQ? Elite Plus pods provide accommodation for families of four.

Facilities include:

  • Kitchenette, hot tub and ensuite bathroom
  • Laundry available
  • Wi-fi

3.  Three Streams Glamping

Around 5 miles away from Conwy, the cabins at Three Streams Glamping are well within reach of the glorious seaside town of Llandudno and Snowdonia National Park. Walk up to the Great Orme from Llandudno or plan a visit to the whiskey distillery in nearby Aber Falls. You can also plot a trip on The Snowdon Mountain steam railway for a quaint experience with stunning views.

Facilities include:

  • Hot tub, bathroom and kitchen area
  • Underfloor heating
  • Wi-fi and smart tv

4.  Bron Eifion Fishing Lakes and Lodges

If you’re a fan of fishing, but still want a hot tub alongside your glamping experience, this site in Wales is for you. Nestled in 40 acres of woodland, at Bron Eifion the seaside and Snowdonia National Park are both nearby. Alternatively, you can opt to spend the day fishing in the 6 acre coarse fishing lake.

Facilities include:

  • Kitchenette, ensuite bathroom and hot tub
  • Underfloor heating
  • Fishing onsite

5.  The Bothy at Cae Gwyn

Glamping with a private hot tub in the grounds of a small Georgian house in North Wales? Yes please! Relax in the hot tub under a starry sky or take time with a good book in the recently restored house, which used to be a worker’s hut. Don’t worry, The Bothy still has all of the facilities you’d expect of a glamping site.

Facilities include:

  • Kitchenette, bathroom, hot tub and exclusive outdoor area
  • Wi-fi, TV, and central heating

6.  Ty Famau Geo Lodges

If you’re keen to go glamping in Wales and are looking for a smaller site that’s nonetheless equipped with a hot tub, this might be for you.

There are two domed lodges on site at Ty Famau – they look something like the domes at The Eden Project – all kitted out with everything you need for a great holiday. It’s modern glamping with traditional elements, and of course, the all-important hot tub.

Facilities include:

  • Hot tub, wood-burning stoves, fully-equipped kitchen and bathrooms
  • Families and couples welcome
  • Outer decking area

7.  Pods Pwll Coch

These cosy glamping pods in Wales come complete with your own hot tub and fire pit. Located on a family-run working farm in the heart of Anglesey, you’ll come face to face with farm animals whilst enjoying the luxury of glamping. The pods at Pwll Coch are also a serene base from which to visit the many local beaches or head for a wander around the local countryside.

Facilities include:

  • Mini kitchen, hot tub
  • Underfloor heating
  • Pets allowed

8.  Pant Y March Featherdown Farm

Bring your canine friends with you to this glamping spot in North Wales – just don’t let them in the hot tub! Set on the mountainside overlooking Llyn Tegid, you’d be hard-pressed not to stand in awe of your surroundings.

Younger visitors can roam around Pant Y March farm and say hello to the wandering wildlife and farm animals, while you admire the sunset from your hot tub.

Facilities include:

  • Hot tub, wooden terrace, bathroom
  • Outdoor cooker and picnic table

9.  Waenfechan Glamping

If you’re after glamping pods in North Wales that also boast the luxury of a hot tub, may we suggest heading to Waenfechen Glamping? Nestled in the Conwy Valley, you’ll be able to admire truly panoramic views at this family-run site. There’s a nearby 3.5 mile walk down to the National Trust’s Bodnant Garden and Conwy is only a fifteen-minute drive away too.

Facilities include:

  • Hot tub, kitchen, ensuite shower room and WC
  • Smart TV and wi-fi

10. Gwalia Farm Glamping

An adults-only site, this is a perfect glamping spot in North Wales for a couples retreat. Take a break in the hot tub and admire the dazzling stars above you, or wander around the secluded wilderness.

Gwalia Farm glamping is family-run, so every detail is carefully considered, with the cabin sitting on the banks of a small lake. Plan a picnic, take a canoe trip or go for a wild swim in the surrounding waters.

Facilities include:

  • Fully equipped kitchen, wood-burning stove and hot tub
  • Outdoor pump-up shower
  • Your own private canoe

On the fence about booking a glamping break in Wales? Discover the benefits of hot tub stays on our blog or browse a range of alternative places to stay.