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Glamping In Wales

It should come as no surprise that Wales is an ideal location for a glamping holiday. With quaint villages, three national parks boasting luscious rolling hills and a seamlessly endless countryside, Wales is a paradise for those looking for a more luxurious form of camping.

Glamping is a popular choice with many, providing people with the unique opportunity to explore and appreciate the freedom of the Welsh landscape without having to worry about setting up a tent. Not to mention the wealth of options that provide a comfortable and luxurious night’s sleep. Wales has cosy glamping pods, secluded treetop houses and roomy yurts. With luxury extras like hot tubs, there’s something to suit everyone from first-time glampers to those who consider themselves to be veterans.


cosy glamping pod


You’re also spoilt for choice across the country. Try an unforgettable trip to Pembrokeshire coast, a place so unique that it is the only place in the UK that has been designated a national park precisely because of the coastline.

Or, how about Wales glamping in Snowdonia where you’ll be just a stone’s throw away from outdoor activities such as mountain biking, surfing and white-water rafting. Perhaps learning about the history and culture of Wales is more your style, where you’ll be better suited to a glamping experience near to one of the 600 different castles across the country.


Couple glamping in Wales with the pod in the background

At Wales.org, our range of expert guides will help you find the best glamping spots in Wales to suit your ideal trip. Whether it be a one-night getaway or a full weekend with a hot tub, our hints, tips, and tricks will help provide an incredible insight into how to make the most out of your time glamping in Wales.