If you’ve been dreaming of glamping in Anglesey, then you’re in the right place, because we’ve rounded up the very best places to stay.
A trip to Anglesey is all about slowing down and embracing nature, and there’s no better way to unwind than by settling into a lovely glamping stay and resetting.
Anglesey is the embodiment of natural island life, and it’s the perfect place to take some time out from the hectic nature of daily life.
From treehouses and shepherd’s huts to geodomes and tipis, here are some of our favourite places to go glamping in Anglesey.
Price per night: From £134 for 6 people
Location: Llangoed, nr Beaumaris
Wonderfully Wild Safari Tents are easily one of the best spots for glamping in Anglesey, and I just know you’re going to love it here.
With spectacular views of Snowdonia National Park, you’ll be fully immersed in nature at this gorgeous glamping site, with 15 acres to explore.
Anglesey has also been named as one of the best dark skies areas in Wales, so if you’re into stargazing, then this is the place for you!
They have six tented safari lodges on site, offering three bedroom areas with cosy beds along with a fully-equipped kitchen to cook up a storm in.
Three of the lodges also have their own private wood-fired hot tubs – what a treat!
With prices starting from just £134 for 6 people, this is a spot that you won’t want to miss.
What guests say: “We have just come back from five days at Wonderfully Wild. It was fantastic!! The location is perfect, you feel quite isolated but it’s actually not far at all to local amenities. The surrounding area is beautiful.“
Price per night: From £127 for 4 people
Location: Carreglefn, nr Amlwch
Coed y Graig Caravan is a gorgeous caravan that’s vintage by nature.
This cute little caravan sits upon two acres of woodland, so it’s perfect for those looking for plenty of space to explore.
It’s a 1977 Lunar Clubman, and it’s the last of its model in existence, so this one offers a truly unique stay, that’s for sure!
The caravan has a large waterproof canopy, making it great for al fresco dining, no matter the season, which is a huge plus.
You’ll find the bathroom in a converted shepherd’s hut just next door.
There’s also hammocks, a wood-fired hot tub and a picnic table, so this gorgeous spot really does have everything you could possibly need for a relaxed retreat!
What guests say: “Gorgeous place to stay in the sunshine in a perfect location for relaxing and having fun as a family. We loved the campfire and hot tub and spent gorgeous days at the nearby beach. The kids enjoyed having our own woodland to play in and it felt like a real escape.”
Price per night: From £98 for 2 people
Location: Benllech, nr Moelfre
Benllech Shepherds Huts is one of my favourite options for glamping in Anglesey.
They’re located just a short walk from the beautiful Blue Flag Beach, offering plenty of options for coastal strolls as the sun sets.
The huts provide a cosy space for two people to cuddle up in, making it the perfect choice for anyone looking for a romantic break.
There’s a BBQ and outdoor dining set just outside the huts, with each one having its own private lawn area for evenings in the fresh air.
They offer a welcome pack with all the essentials for their guests, but there are shops and eateries just a short walk away should you need anything.
If you’re looking for a charming spot to go glamping, then it doesn’t get better than this.
What guests say: “The shepherd’s hut was well equipped, well positioned and comfortable. Perfect for a quiet getaway. The hosts were helpful yet unobtrusive. The bed was super comfortable and we would have loved to use the wood burner but it was too warm!!! We would love to return in the colder months as it would be super cosy. The enclosed garden was ideal for our Cockapoo Buddy. We will definitely return.”
Price per night: From £172 for 4 people
Location: Brynteg, nr Moelfre
The Brynteg Geodomes are the perfect choice if you’re after something a little different.
These gorgeous modern geodomes have it all, from air-conditioned interiors to a private furnished deck for unwinding on.
The larger of the two sleeps up to four people, and it’s a great choice for a couple’s holiday with your pals in the countryside.
Each geodome has its own wood-fired hot tub and gas BBQ, meaning there’s plenty to keep you busy during your retreat away from the hustle and bustle.
From your geodome you can enjoy views of the Snowdonia mountain range in the distance, making for a truly memorable setting.
Unfortunately, pets aren’t allowed here, so your four-legged friends will have to stay at home!
What guests say: ” The domes are very luxurious and seem to be aimed more at the couples market than families – with nice touches like leather recliners and a wood burning stove. These make for a very relaxing evening while you wait for your wood-fired hot tub to warm up. They are extremely well appointed, with a useful kitchen, plenty of room and even storage to unpack into. The bed is comfy, and the shower is hot and powerful. This is really what “glamping” is all about!”
Price per night: From £135 for 2 people
Location: Llanfachraeth, nr Holyhead
The Glampio Bedo Pod is a true home away from home.
This modern and luxurious pod has everything you could possibly need to make your stay perfect, and I know you’re going to love it.
On those colder nights, take advantage of the pod’s underfloor heating, or curl up with a loved one in your own personal hot tub.
There’s also a fire pit if you’re still feeling a little chilly, for which you can either buy logs on arrival or bring your own!
When summer comes around, light up the BBQ with a bit of charcoal and cook up a feast – the hosts sell charcoal for just £6 should you need it.
For the ultimate luxurious stay away from home, look no further than this.
What guests say: “Highly recommend this place to stay at! We enjoyed it the whole time we were there! Such a nice and cosy pod! We loved the hot tub and the views were amazing. Nice quiet village and not too far away from any seaside towns or shops. Would definitely be staying here again.”
Price per night: From £115 for 2 people
Location: Llanfachraeth, nr Holyhead
By the same people as the Glampio Bedo Pod comes the Glampio Bedo Shepherds Hut, and it’s just as much of a treat!
The hut is tucked away at the far end of the site, offering the perfect getaway destination for anyone looking for a bit of peace and quiet.
It’s a truly luxurious spot with all the essentials, including a fully equipped kitchen for those looking to impress their partner with a home-cooked meal.
There’s a small log burner which gives the place a lovely cosy feel in winter, and outside you’ll find a fire pit in case you fancy an evening under the stars.
Grab a glass of bubbly and settle into the log-burning hot tub for a truly relaxing retreat.
Now that’s what glamping is all about!
What guests say: “Our stay was perfect. The location was quiet, peaceful and private, and the shepherd’s hut was clean, cosy and had everything we needed for our stay. The hosts were fantastic, they were on hand when we needed them and nothing was too big of an ask. We would recommend this to friends and family and we hope to return soon!”
Price per night: From £121 for 5 people
Location: Dothan, nr Rhosneigr
Anglesey Yurt Holidays is what glamping in Anglesey is all about.
It offers a warm welcome to the world of luxury camping, with three spacious yurts for you and your gang to enjoy.
If shepherd’s huts are more your thing, then they’ve also got two of those to choose from, so you’ll be sure to find your perfect match here!
Each of the yurts and huts is positioned to offer spectacular views, so if you love to wake up to incredible vistas, then this is the place for you.
The yurts offer a peaceful retreat in the midst of a working family farm, so expect to spot cows graving and chickens laying eggs as you wander around.
There’s a hot tub to help you unwind, and a communal kitchen to cook something tasty in – this is a campsite that truly does have it all.
What guests say: “Booked two nights in a yurt over Easter weekend. This place is a hidden gem, so peaceful and relaxing. The yurts are beautiful, spacious and comfortable. Lovely fire pit for roasting marshmallows and the bathroom and kitchen facilities are first class.”
Price per night: From £69 for 2 people
Location: Rhoscolyn, nr Trearddur Bay
Rhoscolyn Yurt is a gorgeous spot in a peaceful and private location.
It’s a beautifully decorated genuine Mongolian yurt, enjoying stunning views of the sea and mountains that will be sure to help you relax.
The bathroom facilities can be found in a log cabin just next door, so convenience really is the name of the game here.
They even provide breakfast – expect bread, croissants and more!
Logs and kindling are also available, which is super handy for firing up the cosy log-burning stove on those chillier evenings.
If you’re looking for the perfect base for exploring northwest Wales and its historic castles, then this is the place for you.
What guests say: “Jill’s Yyrt was amazing, we will definitely be back – it’ll be so cosy with the log burner on in winter! The facilities were brilliant and extremely clean! Jill and her partner were always on hand to help us with anything we needed – which wasn’t a lot as everything we needed was already provided. I would definitely recommend and we will definitely be back!”
Price per night: From £36 for 1 person
Location: Pen-y-garnedd, nr Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
Ever fancied going glamping by yourself but didn’t want to take the plunge?
Well, Stream View Shepherds Hut will help you do just that!
It’s located on a small caravan site with lovely mountain views, and it’s perfect for taking a step away from life’s daily stresses.
This one is great for those looking to explore nature, as it’s close to beaches, mountains and nature walks that will be sure to keep you busy.
There’s also a BBQ and an al fresco dining table and chairs if you want to dine under the stars, complete with a firepit for the chillier evenings.
If you want to up the self-care vibes, pop a candle or two on, open a good book and sip on a glass of wine in the cosy interiors.
What guests say: “Stream View Shepherds Hut was the perfect place for me to come back to on a busy working weekend. The area is peaceful and I loved waking up to the sound of the dawn chorus in the hedgerows outside. The hut was neat and clean with everything I needed for an enjoyable stay.”
Price per night: From £68 for 2 people
Location: Pen-y-garnedd, nr Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
At The Roundhouse Holiday, you’ll find one of the best spots for glamping in Anglesey.
It’s got gorgeous mountain views from its location on a small caravan site, and it’s perfect for a peaceful getaway.
There’s a nearby pub where you can get some classic pub grub if you don’t fancy cooking, or fire up the BBQ for a gorgeous summer’s meal.
There’s also a small stove and grill to cook on, should you prefer to cook indoors.
It’s super private as it’s encircled by private hedging, so you feel miles away from civilisation although it’s only a short walk away.
There are lots of farm animals roaming the surroundings, too, with free-range eggs available should you fancy a fresh breakfast.
This spot really does have it all!
What guests say: “The Roundhouse was exactly as described. Very peaceful and a lovely place to stay, very comfortable and cosy. Was great to be off grid and back to basics but to still have the luxuries of a comfy bed and log burner. Shower and toilet facilities were basic but ample, as long as you don’t mind a few spiders sharing the space with you, it’s a fabulous place to stay.”
Price per night: From £86 for 2 people
Treehouse Close to Coast is a real superstar of a glamping spot.
It can be found in the depths of northwest Anglesey, close to the coastline and winding coastal paths, so it’s great for seaside lovers.
The treehouse is a super cosy option in the corner of the owners’ garden, but it feels private and peaceful thanks to its unique position around the tree.
There are peacocks, cats and dogs in the garden, too, so this is a winner for animal lovers, there’s no doubt about that!
The wild surroundings create a haven for wildlife, too, so this really is a natural paradise.
Step out onto the balcony and take a deep breath of the fresh air.
There’s nowhere else quite like this!
What guests say: “If you are of the generation to have read The Faraway Tree series by Enid Blyton, this is what this lovely inviting accommodation felt like we were staying in. So a childhood fantasy ticked off the list! It is so peaceful, with everything you could possibly need, and the view from the two comfortable chairs facing the opening window was so tranquil. It is a little oasis where you can just switch off!”
12. Podiau Mon Pods
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Location: Penmynydd, nr Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
Podiau Mon Pods have some of the best views of the Snowdonia mountain range that you’ll be able to find in the area.
This is a place where you can experience luxury glamping at its best, with the ability to watch the sun rise over the Carneddau each morning.
The decking at the front provides a perfect spot to watch the world go by, but if you fancy staying cosy in bed, then luckily for you, the view from there is pretty unreal, too!
Each pod has everything you could need for a perfect break, right through to underfloor heating and a TV for movie nights.
Spend the day exploring the surrounding beaches, then head on back to your cosy pod as the day comes to a close.
This is one of the comfiest spots I’ve ever been to!
What guests say: “First visit to North Wales. We wouldn’t look for another place to stay for our next visit. A big thank you to the hosts Elfed and Katherine for the wonderful hospitality. Absolutely amazing pods and views. We will recommend this place to our friends. Hope to return very soon.”
Price per night: From £80 for 4 people
Location: Ceint, nr Llangefni
Dyffryan Isaf Bell Tents is a gorgeous glamping site that offers a rural retreat located within 20 acres of farm, woodland and paddocks.
It can be found right by the River Ceint, so it’s a perfect choice for any wildlife lovers out there – you’re going to love it!
The bell tents are at the bottom of the field by a vegetable patch that’s got some of the tastiest fresh produce in all of Anglesey.
Each tent sleeps up to four guests, with a double bed and two single futons to curl up on.
They’ve also got cosy log-burning stoves in case you get chilly, as well as a bunch of hot water bottles and extra blankets.
They’ll even give you a welcome pack that includes the essentials for a continental breakfast.
At dinner, head to the communal fire pit and tuck into a BBQ under the starry sky.
Now that is how glamping in Anglesey is done!
What guests say: “Fantastic place, I thoroughly recommend. The bell tent was lovely, the finer details taken care of and in abundance, the bed was extremely comfortable. The log burner was also perfect for the chilly mornings.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Llanfigael, nr Llanfachraeth
The Y Gorlan Shepherds Hut is a place that’s close to nature, the seaside and the mountains, making it perfect for adventurers.
It’s a cosy spot with a comfy bed, and it’s one of our favourite choices for a relaxed weekend of glamping in Anglesey.
If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, the hosts are happy to arrange special packages, whether that be a champagne hamper, afternoon tea on the balcony, or a cheese and wine platter under the stars.
There’s also a BBQ on offer if you prefer to cook up a storm, so why not fire up the BBQ down by the stream and sit back and relax on the jetty?
This is a spot that truly offers the dream getaway from city life, so if you’re looking to totally reset, then look no further.
What guests say: “Such a fantastic Airbnb and we would highly recommend the Shepard’s Hut. Nerys and Richard are such fantastic and friendly hosts, and the breakfast, whoa, it was delightful and to eat with such wonderful views is super special. The hut has EVERYTHING you could possibly require, they have thought of every eventuality and so so clean. Thank you for hosting us. 5***** Airbnb!”
Price per night: From £76 for 2 people
The Cwt y Rhos Shepherds Hut is an absolute delight.
It’s a handbuilt hut on the owner’s smallholding, which can be found tucked away in a quiet and peaceful spot on Anglesey.
If you’re looking for somewhere to switch off and relax, then this may well be it.
The surroundings are stunning and the rural views are totally unspoilt, and I just know you’re going to fall head over heels in love with this one.
This gorgeous hut is deceptively spacious, with plenty of space for two of you to cosy up while still being comfortable.
Cook something tasty on the George Foreman grill, or step outside and grill some burgers on the barbie.
This is a completely out-of-this-world glamping spot!
What guests say: “We had a great stay at the Shepherds Hut, it had everything we needed and more! It was spacious but felt cosy at the same time, and had beautiful surroundings/views. The hut was super clean and the bed was very comfy! The outside area was completely secure so our dog could happily explore without us worrying. Eleri was very responsive to messages and left extra goodies for not only us but our dog too, who loved his treats. Would 100% recommend and hope to return in the future!”
Price per night: From £111 for 5 people
The Owl House Shepherds Hut is the perfect choice for a secluded retreat.
It’s located in a private little garden that’s encircled by shrubs and tall trees, giving you the sense of privacy that you’ve been craving.
The Owl House can sleep up to five people, with a double bed and three singles in a bunk bed to curl up and get comfy on.
The hut has everything you need, from an ensuite electric shower right through to a log-burning stove to keep you warm and cosy.
It’s nearby to local amenities, too, which is handy if you run out of anything!
After a day spent exploring, wind down your day with a cosy evening by the campfire.
This place is sure to fulfil all of your glamping dreams!
What guests say: “We had a lovely time staying in the Owl Hut. The hut was so cosy and had everything we needed. Our 3 kids thought the bunk bed was fantastic and we all had a great night’s sleep, even our 1-year-old who usually wakes a lot. The surroundings are beautiful and we enjoyed watching the sunset. The kids loved all the animals, especially playing ball with the dogs. Thank you for a great stay and we hope to come back again to explore more of the beautiful Anglesey.”
17. Traeth Yurt
Price per night: From £97 for 2 people
Traeth Yurt is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Anglesey.
It’s a rustic yurt that’s perfect for couples or single travellers, and I just know that you’re not going to want to miss this one.
It’s fully furnished right through to a cute little kitchenette and wood-fired stove, making it perfect for cosy nights in.
There’s also an al fresco deck area with a BBQ if you’re more of an outdoorsy type.
The yurt is beautifully furnished, and in keeping with the ethos of the site, much of its furniture and décor are handmade or upcycled.
There’s even a skylight for those who fancy a spot of star gazing from the comfort of their bed!
When it comes to a cosy glamping spot, there are few better than this.
What guests say: “We had a great stay here the location is absolutely beautiful. We didn’t expect it to be on a site with so many extra things including a little bar! The Yurt was brilliant and had everything you would need, super cosy and really comfy bed. The solar chargers were good but ran out quite quickly and we did go on a very sunny weekend so just bring an extra portable charger and you’ll be fine!”
Price per night: From £62 for 2 people
Location: Llanfaelog, nr Rhosneigr
The Dilly Shepherds Hut is ideal for a unique couples retreat.
It’s a private and luxurious hut with some of the most beautiful countryside views in the area, and it just exudes rural charm.
It’s located right on the outskirts of Rhosneigr, tucked away down a quiet country lane, so it’s perfect for a relaxing getaway.
The Dilly has been beautifully refurbished and is decorated in a country-chic style that will make you feel at one with nature.
Don’t think that means there aren’t any modern comforts though – it’s even got underfloor heating and a hot tub, so you’ll really be staying in style!
In the summer, crack open your welcome bottle of champagne as you watch the sunset from the comfort of your very own patio.
This place is a dream come true!
What guests say: “The time we spent at The Dilly was just perfect! From the attention to detail Gill and James put in, to the beautiful location and its surroundings. Waking up to the bird song, the horses and the glorious views each morning – I really didn’t want to leave! The hot tub was an absolute treat, it went lovely with the complimentary bottle of champagne we were left.”
Price per night: From £108 for 4 people
Location: Dwyran, nr Niwbwrch
Llanfair Hall Pods are some of the cosiest glamping pods in town.
They’re the first glamping pods on Anglesey that are complete with their own private bathrooms, fire pits and log-burning hot tubs, so they’re super special.
There are five pods to choose from, made from timber and insulated with sheep’s wool.
They’ve got all the home comforts you could need, and they really do add the glam to glamping.
The pods fit up to four people, with a double bed and a sofa bed making them perfect for a cosy family retreat in the countryside.
Cook a pizza in the outdoor pizza oven, then hop into the hot tub.
This is an idyllic spot with everything you could ever need, and I know you’re going to love it.
If you’re looking for one of the best places to go glamping in Anglesey, then look no further.
What guests say: “The location was beautiful and really handy for the ferry. The pods were warm and the beds were comfortable. I would go back and use it as a base to explore the area more. Kids really enjoyed the giant chess.”
Price per night: From £36 for 1 person
The Snowdonia View Glamping Pod is the ultimate glamping spot.
It can be found on a small caravan site with gorgeous mountain views, just a stone’s throw away from some of the island’s best beaches.
The hut is an absolute steal, too, with prices starting at just £36 for one person.
This is a perfect choice if you’re looking to get away by yourself to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life for a little while.
There’s a BBQ and a gorgeous outdoor dining space, with a fire pit for the colder nights.
The surroundings are peaceful and it’s a great base for adventuring, so if you fancy heading out to explore, then this is the place for it.
For a relaxed stay in a comfy space, there’s nowhere better than this.
Be sure to snap a photo or two of those jaw-dropping views!
What guests say: “Fantastic place to stay and a great base for adventuring!
Had a lovely stay, the place was lovely and clean as well as private. Very peaceful surroundings and easy access to the main road. Wonderful from start to finish can’t wait to stay again!”
Price per night: From £139 for 2 people
Location: Rhos-y-bol, nr Amlwch
The Anglesey Holiday Accommodation Glamping Huts are some of my absolute favourites.
It’s a luxury, adults-only site, with three huts in the beautiful Anglesey countryside.
Each of the three huts offers a private romantic escape that exudes a sense of peacefulness and is perfect for getting away from it all.
All of the huts also have their very own eco-wood-fired hot tub, providing the perfect space for those who want to truly unwind.
They offer king-sized beds and top-quality interiors, offering guests the perfect space to curl up with a good book and enjoy quality time with their loved ones.
In the summer, cook up a tasty dish on the charcoal BBQ then lie back on the sun loungers to catch some rays.
If you want the ultimate getaway, then these lovely huts will tick all the boxes!
They’ve even got an alpaca experience if you fancy something a little different!
What guests say: “We had an amazing stay in the beach hut. Idyllic setting – simply beautiful. Well placed as a base, lots of places to visit nearby. A hot tub is such a bonus after a long day out walking. Our children loved it, especially the alpacas in the field. Can definitely recommend it, we will be back in the future.”
Price per night: From £64 for 4 people
Anglesey AWOL Glamping is one of the most unique choices for glamping in Anglesey.
It’s a converted 1944 Leyland Hippo wagon that’s been converted to a good standard of comfort and makes for a very cosy glamping spot.
The oak worktops and natural wood interiors give the place a warm and inviting feel, so you’ll feel right at home here.
There are two single beds and a queen-sized double, all of which can be switched to seating in the daytime to maximise space.
There’s a small fire basket for toasting marshmallows and a BBQ for flipping burgers as you watch Mount Snowdon fade into the night sky.
If you don’t fancy cooking, then head to the onsite café for a tasty big breakfast.
This spot really does have it all!
What guests say: “It was super comfy for what we needed. The kids spent most of their time in the park, which is super convenient. Everyone on site was accommodating and friendly! And the ice cream was to die for! We’ll definitely be returning! Thank you for making our weekend!”
Price per night: From £50 for 2 people
Location: Pen-y-garnedd, nr Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
Shepherds Hut Holiday is a lovely little hut on a small caravan site.
It’s got everything you could need for a peaceful escape from reality, and it’s one that you’re not going to want to miss.
This hut has some of the best mountain views on Anglesey, which adds to the relaxing vibe of this coastal getaway.
If you fancy cooking, the BBQ is there to serve you, along with a small stove for those colder winter nights when you don’t feel like heading outside.
There are even fresh free-range eggs available on-site, if you fancy a tasty start to the day!
Bring your four-legged friend along – there are plenty of coastal walks for them you all to stretch your legs on.
Get booked in and get ready for the stay of your dreams.
What guests say: “We spent two nights away from home in Denise’s wonderful Shepherds Hut, so close to everything on-site & off. We were glad of a little rain & cooler evenings to make full use of the log burner & wood provided. Our 2 dogs were right at home too!”
Price per night: From £75 for 4 people
Chez la Baggins Hobbit House is one of the very best spots to go glamping in Anglesey, there’s no doubt about that.
It’s a quirky spot with a unique vibe, and it’s perfect for those looking for a home away from home.
The caravan is equipped with all the mod cons, from a log-burning stove right through to a hot shower and a fully equipped kitchen.
If you’ve been wanting to live your best Bilbo Baggins life, then this place will be sure to put a massive smile on your face.
It’s right in the heart of the lovely rolling countryside, with amazing beaches just a short walk away through the beautiful surroundings.
This is a truly wonderful little gem – don’t miss it!
What guests say: “What a lovely place! The communication was fantastic, if anything the photos/description don’t do the place justice. We had a dog with us so the massive enclosed space surrounding the wagon was such a plus 🙂 the space felt really private and comfortable, we will definitely be back again.”
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Nantrwydd Glamping is on Nantrwydd farm, which has been in the owner’s family since the 1930s when his family were tenant farmers.
Sam is passionate about fostering a regenerative, holistic and sustainable approach to farming, so if you’re into sustainability, then this is the place for you.
The retreat is home to four luxury bell tents, all of which are set in wild hay flower meadows within 40 acres of gorgeous farmland.
Each tent has an outdoor area with a BBQ and fire pit, perfect for dining under the stars.
It’s a great base for adrenaline-based activities like mountain biking, or for a slower pace, head for the beaches and take a stroll.
Whatever you fancy, you’ll be sure to find it here – it’s truly got everything you need!
What guests say: “Absolutely loved our stay. Stunning location and surroundings. Sam and his family were so warm and welcoming. Would stay there in a heartbeat and wish we were staying longer!”
Price per night: From £110 for 4 people
Location: Rhos-y-bol, nr Almwch
Pods Pwll Coch Camping Pods are some of the cutest on Anglesey.
It’s a place where comfort meets convenience, with all the amenities you could possibly need in one of the world’s most peaceful settings.
The glamping site is on a working farm right in the heart of Anglesey, and it’s perfect if you’re looking for a base to explore the surroundings.
The luxurious timber cabins are self-contained, complete with underfloor heating and Bluetooth speakers for a well-rounded stay.
Stick your favourite tunes on and unwind as the sun goes down outside your lovely little cabin.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable stay in the heart of nature, there’s truly nowhere better than this.
Come prepared to see plenty of farm animals – they’ll be sure to pop by and say hello!
What guests say: “Just had the best few days at Pods Pwll Coch… perfect tranquil setting, amazing accommodation, loved the hot tub. We have loved every minute. Thank you, we will definitely be back – apparently for longer, as instructed by the kids, who didn’t want to leave.”
27. Bea’s Hut
Price per night: From £86 for 2 people
Location: Llanfaethlu, nr Church Bay
Bea’s Hut is one of Anglesey’s best spots for unwinding.
It’s a cute little hut with a wood-fired hot tub, and it makes for the perfect romantic getaway for couples on Anglesey.
The hut is located within walking distance of two gorgeous beaches, and it offers truly stunning views across the countryside, all the way to the sea.
It’s modelled on an age-old design but incorporates all the comforts of modern life, including a log burner to keep you warm in winter.
The hot tub can be used for an additional £50 per stay, and let me tell you, it’s well worth the extra cash – it’s a real treat!
Sit back on the patio area with your favourite tipple, and soak in the surroundings.
It’s one of the very best places for glamping in Anglesey!
What guests say: “This was the second time we stayed at Bea’s hut and it did not disappoint! The hut had everything we needed for a few nights’ stay. The bed is comfy and the shower is great, which are two things I look for!! The hut and surroundings are beautiful. Sitting in the hot tub listening to birds and the sea and watching the horses in the field is just magical and is the reason we wanted to come back.”
Price per night: From £130 for 2 people
Pentre Pandy Shepherds Huts are the peak of glamping in Anglesey.
They’re lovely and luxurious, and they offer the perfect setting for a relaxed escape away from the stresses of daily life.
In 2023, they also introduced incredible wood-fired hot tubs in two of their huts, further elevating their upscale living experience.
These huts are a real dream for those looking to stay on the doorstep of Snowdonia National Park and explore the surroundings while staying in style.
Wake up to the sound of the River Braint flowing nearby, then head on out to explore the beauty of North Wales before unwinding on your private balcony.
The views here are truly another level – you won’t want to miss them!
What guests say: “Lovely little space and the getaway my partner and I needed… It’s tucked away in a quiet location on the island, and it had everything we needed and was a great introduction to glamping. The facilities were immaculate and well-kept – I would highly recommend this to any couple looking for a quiet getaway.”
Price per night: From £94 for 2 people
Location: Llanfechell, nr Cemaes Bay
The Caban Difyr Glamping Pod is an exquisite and unique pod that’s one of my absolute go-to spots for glamping in Anglesey.
It’s set in the middle of some lush secret gardens, in a spot that overlooks a duck pond, adding to the overall sense of peace.
It’s the ideal place to properly switch off as you listen to the sound of birds chirping and watch the sunshine fade away behind the trees.
The pod has a two-level decking with plenty of garden furniture to sit on and enjoy the sunset.
This pod truly is a little slice of heaven, and it’s a great place to star gaze on a clear evening.
Spend a day doing water sports, biking or horse riding, before you head back to the pod to unwind with a glass of something delicious and dig into a freshly BBQ’d meal.
This is the spot of dreams!
What guests say: “Amazing location, peaceful and private. The pod is such a great experience, everything is so well organised, BBQ outside with a local shop to buy food and drinks. Sarah is lovely, the garden is beautiful, we loved the ducks and the sheep! We will definitely book again.”
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Location: Amlwch Port
At the Cosy Glamping Pod, you’ll find a true home away from home.
It’s an adults-only pod, and it’s ideal for a romantic getaway from it all.
After a long day of exploring, you can curl up in the hot tub with a refreshing glass of your favourite drink as you watch the stars come out above you.
Waking up to the sounds of the countryside is the definition of idyllic, and that’s exactly what you’ll get to enjoy here at the pod.
On your first morning in the pod, you’ll get a complimentary instant BBQ as well as sausages, bacon and rolls for you to cook up a delicious breakfast bap.
They can also cater to dietary requirements – just let them know in advance!
If you fancy heading out for dinner, there are plenty of pubs and cafés for you to check out just a short walk away.
You’ll want for nothing at this gorgeous spot!
What guests say: “Great 3threenights away. The pod and hot tub were perfect. Julie and Karl are friendly hosts. The complimentary BBQ and breakfast were a lovely touch. I have already recommended it to friends.”
Price per night: From £55 for 2 people
Location: Dwyran, nr Niwbwrch
The Caban Clyd Shepherds Hut is the perfect place to experience the true magic of the Isle of Anglesey, no doubt about it.
It’s a short drive away from Newborough Beach and the famous Llanddwyn Island, which is a must-visit at low tide to enjoy views of the coast and the mountains beyond.
The hut overlooks a field which is home to two lovely sheep, Curly and Wooly, as well as Merfyn the Welsh cob, who recently joined the family.
There’s also a private grassed area with a charcoal BBQ and an outdoor seating space, perfect for al fresco dining.
Just remember that you’ll have to bring your own coals if you want to use the BBQ!
For the ultimate Welsh getaway, this is the place to go.
What guests say: “Phil and Paula were absolutely fantastic! 10/10 stay with great views and a nice little farm if you’re an animal lover. Quick to respond if we ever needed anything and even went the extra mile of putting up a birthday banner for my girlfriend as this was a birthday surprise for her. Highly recommend this place to anyone, it’s very rare you find somewhere like this. Thanks again for such a great stay!”
There you have it then, that’s the end of our ultimate roundup of the best spots to go glamping in Anglesey.
There’s something for everyone, whether you prefer a yurt or a shepherd’s hut, so you’ll be sure to find your dream getaway here.
Every single one is just as lovely and cosy as the next, so I can promise you that you won’t be disappointed, no matter which one you choose.
Get booked into your favourites and thank me later – this will be the stay of your dreams!