Glamping North Wales: 25 Amazing Places to Stay [2024]


Ready to trade in your camping gear for a more luxurious outdoor experience?

Then, look no further than North Wales, where the stunning landscapes meet the comforts of glamping.

From secluded mountain retreats to coastal escapes, North Wales offers a variety of options for those seeking a blend of nature and luxury.

Whether you prefer shepherd’s huts or safari tents, geodomes or glamping pods, this list has something for everyone!

Scroll on to discover the 25 best places to go glamping in North Wales.

1. Cae Main Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £90 for 2 people

Location: Nant Ucha, nr Ruthin

Let’s kick this list off with one of my favourite places to go glamping in North Wales!

Cae Main Shepherds Hut is a lovely little hut tucked away in a peaceful paddock on the edge of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB.

With a picnic table, fire pit, and hammock, this hut is best enjoyed on sunny days, but equally, there’s a toasty heater inside to keep you warm and cosy in the winter months.

Inside, you’ll also find a double bed, Smart TV, kitchenette, table and chairs, and Wi-Fi so you have the choice to connect or disconnect.

And just 20 metres away, you’ll find your private bathroom with hot showers.

On your doorstep, there are countless beautiful walks and dark sky locations where you can stargaze for hours on end!

What guests say: “Absolutely beautiful place, the views are spectacular and the hut was so cosy and the bed was super comfortable. The hut has everything you could need including some lovely little touches such as marshmallows for toasting and lots of locally sourced products to use which we really loved. Everything is spotlessly clean including the amenities hut which has a fab shower and super fluffy towels.”

2. Wonderfully Wild Safari Tents


Price per night: From £120 for 6 people

Location: Llangoed, nr Beaumaris

Wonderfully Wild Safari Tents is easily one of the best places to go glamping in North Wales, 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!

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.

3. Brook Cottage Shepherds Huts


Price per night: From £85 for 2 people

Location: Pwllheli

Set around a beautiful lake on the Llŷn Peninsula, you’ll find the multi-award-winning Brook Cottage Shepherds Huts.

This adults-only retreat comprises five huts which each contain an en-suite shower room, double bed, fully-fitted kitchen, tables and chairs, and a wood-burning stove.

Each is uniquely decorated with its own backstory and style!

There are lots of things to love about this site but my favourite is the on-site 4K cinema experience with surround sound.

With the famous Italianesque village of Portmeirion on the doorstep and Snowdonia National Park just a stone’s throw away, Brook Cottage is also perfectly placed for your North Wales adventures.

What guests say: “We have just had the most amazing few nights in two of the shepherds huts, Susanna and Joan. What a lovely relaxing time we had in such beautiful surroundings in top-quality accommodation. It’s just the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the rat race. Cannot fault any aspect and Mark and Jonathon are so friendly and welcoming.” 

4. Plas Weunydd Safari Tents


Price per night: From £180 for 5 people

Location: Blaenau Ffestiniog

Looking for adventure?

Then, look no further than Plas Weunydd.

Set in a rugged landscape with amazing views and extraordinary industrial heritage, you really are in the adventure capital of Wales at Llechwedd.

On-site they have everything from deep mine tours to quarry tours, and the site is also nearby to Zip World, one of the best outdoor activities in Wales.

The safari tents themselves are stunning and warrant a visit in their own right.

Sitting on a steep hillside, the six lodges sleep four or five people, making them ideal for families or a group of friends.

Each lodge is fitted with insulated wooden walls to cocoon you from the elements, and inside you’ll find all the comforts of home.

What guests say: “What a fabulous stay! Could not have asked for more. From start to finish the service and Welsh welcome from all staff did not skip a beat. The glamping pod was spotless with everything you could need or want. Even though we were glamping, all hotel staff went above and beyond to ensure the stay was perfect.”

5. The Forge


Price per night: From £130 for 4 people and £250 for 8 people

Location: Corwen

Nestled on the edge of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB, The Forge offers a unique off-grid glamping experience in luxury bell tents and a gypsy caravan.

All come with private camp kitchens, composting loos, hot showers, and a private campfire.

However, while their accommodation is beautiful, it’s their retreats which really set them apart.

They host everything from wild swim retreats to wellness experiences which you can enjoy from the beautiful setting of their glamping site.

Join them for one and thank me later!

What guests say: “I’ve stayed at the Forge as a couple but during the summer I solo travelled as part of a swimming retreat. It is the most relaxed, fresh, welcoming and safe heaven I’ve had the pleasure of staying. The food provided is all homemade or from other local businesses. I’ve gone away solo but come home with friends.”

6. Away From It All Domes


Price per night: From £50 for 2 adults and 2 children

Location: Pwllheli

If you’re looking for a unique place to go glamping in North Wales, this is it.

Sleeping four people across a double bed and two single futon beds, you can either get Away From It All with your partner or with family and friends too.

Each dome comes complete with a wood-burning stove, radio, lamps and quality handmade Welsh blankets, aka the recipe for the perfect evening in.

Snuggling up by the stove in a blanket while listening to the radio in a dimly lit dome?

Now that’s romantic!

What guests say: “Had a wonderful two-night break in the furthest away dome. Had everything we needed, the dome was gorgeous, cosy and warm with the log burner at night and probably the comfiest bed I’ve ever slept in. Peaceful and secluded with the birds singing and the sound of the stream next to us.”

7. Beudy Banc Cabins


Price per night: From £79 for 2 people

Location: Machynlleth

Beudy Banc is home to six cabins, each as beautiful as the last but also unique in its own way.

It’s safe to say that it’s almost impossible to pick a favourite!

Luckily, they all benefit from unparalleled countryside views and mountain bike, running and walking trails right from their doorstep.

Perfect for those who want an off-grid escape, they use only solar and wind for power and wood-fired stoves for heating.

Have a look through the cabins and see which most takes your fancy!

What guests say: “Me and my boyfriend stayed here for a few nights and it was absolutely beautiful. The scenery and surroundings were breathtaking. The cabin was spotlessly clean and fulfilled all of our needs. We would one hundred percent come back here, it was one of the most wholesome breaks me and my boyfriend have ever experienced.”

8. Bodynfoel Hall


Price per night: From £86 for 2 people

Location: Llanfechain, nr Oswestry

Bodynfoel Hall is home to some of the best yurts in North Wales.

There are two yurts to choose from, as well as a cosy cabin, so there’s something for everyone on this gorgeous site.

The yurts are truly spectacular, offering a place to lose yourself in the heady world of the outdoors and experience the peace of natural woodland.

Both yurts have a unique personality, with a cosy feel to them that makes them feel like a real home away from home.

They’ve got fully equipped kitchens and a fire pit to BBQ over, or you can head down the lane to a delightful local pub for a spot of pub grub.

What guests say: “This was the most magical stay, and is very special to us as we got engaged under the wishing tree on the Bodynfoel estate. The yurt was just perfect and cosy and romantic, my fiancé and I got to spend so much quality time with one another. They have created such a stunning space to get away from the hustle and bustle and just be with nature. We will come back here to celebrate our anniversary for as many years as we can! We just adore the place to bits!”

9. Glampio Bedo Pod


Price per night: From £150 for 2 people

Location: Llanfachraeth, nr Holyhead

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.

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.”

10. Riverside Glamping Tented Lodges


Price per night: From £87.50 for 6 people

Location: Caernarfon

Next up, we have these luxury handcrafted Riverside Glamping Tented Lodges.

Sitting on the banks of the River Seiont, each cabin includes its own bathroom and kitchen.

The white roll top bath is a personal favourite highlight!

But don’t worry, there will be no fights over who gets dibs on the bath as each lodge also comes complete with a wood-fired hot tub.

Set on a private patio with a chiminea BBQ and picnic table, you could easily just spend all your time here relaxing.

The site itself is a great base for families as there’s so much to do on-site.

You’ll also find The Mill Bistro on-site which boasts balcony seating and some tasty grub.

What guests say: “We had unforgettable memories with lots of spaces for sports (volleyball, basketball, badminton, table tennis. etc.), picnics, walking, adventures and especially barbecue and bonfire. The sauna and jacuzzi were even prepared and ready to use upon arrival and throughout the night staring at the stars with the smell of wooden fire. It was a wonderful experience for all of us.”

11. Graig Wen Shepherds Hut


Price per night: From £125 for 2 people

Location: Dolgellau 

Set in 45 private acres of Snowdonia National Park near Barmouth and Dolgellau, Graig Wen is one of my favourite places to go glamping in North Wales.

Here, you’ll find a shepherds hut, a bell tent, two wagons, and four gorgeous yurts.

Whatever you’re looking for, come rain or shine, they’ve got you covered!

Each unit is charming and characterful, and benefits from the same incredible views and proximity to nature.

What guests say: “We absolutely loved Graig Wen. We stayed in the large yurt. It was lovely and clean, very cosy. It felt quite private. Lovely views through the trees over the estuary. The cooking facilities were good. We didn’t bother using the campsite showers as our outdoor shower was so nice. Lovely and hot! Once lit, the little log burner inside the yurt made it lovely and cosy in minutes. An absolutely beautiful location, we will definitely be re-booking.”

12. Brynteg Geodomes


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.

From your geodome, you can enjoy views of the Snowdonia mountain range in the distance, making for a truly memorable setting.

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!”

13. Glanbrogan Glamping


Price per night: From £135 for 2 people

Location: Welshpool

Discover the magic of Glanbrogan Glamping, a gorgeous glamping site home to two modern cabins.

While there are many reasons to book a stay here, the outdoor Jacuzzi baths will do the trick!

Soak in your Jacuzzi for hours on end while enjoying elevated sweeping views of the Welsh countryside.

Inside, the cabins are just as luxurious, with a high-spec kitchen, a king-size bed, a drench shower, and a wood burner with armchairs.

What guests say: “A great cabin overlooking the Welsh hills. Very peaceful and a beautiful sunrise view from the balcony. Very clean and has lots of nice touches, such as bath robes, a hamper with snacks, milk/coffee and other essentials. The fire was made up ready to light, which added to the cosy feel of the cabin. Great jacuzzi bath on the balcony with panoramic views.”

14. 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 sunrise 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.

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.”

15. Sunny Lea


Price per night: From £130 for 2 people

Location: Welshpool

Sunny Lea promises an unforgettable glamping experience.

Have your pick from Sleepout and the Dragon Cruck, two completely unique cabins in a private woodland.

Sleepout is a cosier, more rustic cabin, while Dragon Cruck has a little more space and an incredible king-size bed.

Both have an incredible outdoor space too where you can cook up a storm!

This is one of my favourite places to go glamping in North Wales and if you book a stay, you’ll understand why!

What guests say: “This is a special place. For us it was the perfect combination of cooking and eating outside, being right in the middle of nature BUT with a beautiful cosy indoor space with a comfortable bed, woolly blankets, fairy lights and all the views. We didn’t want for anything. We will definitely return for another proper break from busy lives.”

16. Ffrith Galed Yurts


Price per night: From £71 for 5 people

Location: Llanrwst

Ffrith Galed Yurts is a secluded glamping site that’s impossible not to love.

They’ve got three beautiful Mongolian yurts to choose from, each of which has fantastic views across Snowdonia National Park.

Here you can stay in a traditional, handcrafted and carefully painted yurt, set in its very own field surrounded by wildflowers and spectacular views.

Each yurt has a wood-fired hot tub, which is the perfect place to relax and watch the sun go down and the canopy of stars unfold above you.

After an evening of soaking in the hot tub, step inside your yurt, fire up the wood burner to get the cosy vibes going, and climb into your comfy double bed.

What guests say: “Just spent a long weekend here, absolutely blown away with the place and surroundings. Great hosts and look forward to booking again, the kids loved it, very peaceful but close enough to where you want to go. 10/10, cannot wait for our next visit, thank you for the great memories.”

17. Living Room Treehouses


Price per night: From £200 for 2 people

Location: Machynlleth

I think the photo speaks for itself, but Living Room Treehouses is certainly home to some of the most magical treehouses in Wales.

Nestled in a hidden valley, you’ll find six treehouses, each as unique as the trees in which they are built.

Blending seamlessly into the valley, they are worlds away from the stresses of modern life.

With no electricity in any of the treehouses, they light up at night with lanterns, tea lights and lamps, making for the most romantic, peaceful getaway.

But let’s be real, the real draw of these treehouses are the fast-flowing streams, wobbly bridges and breathtaking walks that are right on your doorstep.

What guests say: “No matter what I write in this review, it won’t do this place justice. It simply has to be experienced first hand. The attention to detail in every aspect of the experience emanated a 5-star hotel (if you could even think that possible from a self-reliance experience in a treehouse). Even finding the tree-houses hidden in the woods is a well-thought-through adventure. The tree-houses themselves are a masterpiece of sustainable engineering.” 

18. Wern Farm Glamping Pods


Price per night: From £114 for 2 people

Location: Tyn-y-Groes

Intimate and oh-so-cosy, Wern Farm is one of the most romantic places to go glamping in North Wales.

These pods pack a lot into a small space – they’re like tardises!

Each has a kitchenette area, double bed, wet room, and a lounge area with an L-shaped sofa, Smart TV and Bose Bluetooth Speaker System.

No matter what the weather’s like, you’ll also enjoy your romantic outdoor hot tub, which you can hop into after cooking some delicious grub on the firepit and BBQ.

Once you’ve pulled yourself from the hot tub (it’ll be difficult, I assure you), warm up with the pod’s underfloor heating. 

What guests say: “Great facilities provided in the pod and very clean. You only need to bring your personal items as everything else is provided. It’s honestly a great getaway for you and your partner. You also have your personal hot tub. I would definitely recommend it.”

19. Pant Y Rhedyn


Price per night: From £85 for 4 people

Location: Trofarth

Whether you’re seeking adventure or a peaceful escape, Pant Y Rhedyn is sure to satisfy your needs.

In a 10-acre smallholding in the hills of the Conwy Valley, you’ll find two geodomes and a converted 1994 Volkswagen horsebox.

Here, you’ll not only enjoy panoramic views of Snowdonia but also all the creature comforts of home.

Whichever option you go for, you’ll be staying in one of the most unique glamping offerings in North Wales!

What guests say: “We stayed in one of the domes, they are huge and spacious. Claire is a lovely host and proactively takes care of the campers, she genuinely cares about people having a good holiday. The views from the dome are beautiful and there is no light pollution so the stargazing is amazing. The animals are lovely especially Rosemary one of the alpacas. We can’t wait to go back again!”

20. Waenfechan Glamping


Price per night: From £107 for 2 people

Location: Colwyn Bay

Waenfechan Glamping is one of the best places to go glamping in North Wales.

Here, you’ll find three gorgeous self-contained pods which each contain a double bed, fully-equipped kitchen, en-suite shower room, Smart TV, and Wi-Fi.

Outside, each pod comes with a BBQ and private hot tub which is where I can guarantee you’ll spend the majority of your stay!

Expect a cosy retreat in a stunning natural setting, with plush bedding, private decking areas, and panoramic views of the countryside.

What guests say: “The most perfect trip. The location was breathtaking with mountain views and sunsets, felt private and secluded. Our glamping pod was perfection, with a king-sized bed, fully equipped kitchen, heating and en-suite bathroom. The hot tub was the highlight, to use at any hour, a private space to look at the thousands of stars above. Will definitely visit again!

21. Three Streams Glamping Pods


Price per night: From £140 for 2 people

Location: Llanfairfechan

Situated in the popular, quaint coastal town of Llanfairfechan, these pods sit at the foothills of Snowdonia and the Carneddau mountain range.

With amazing views across the hills and the sea, Three Streams Glamping Pods are perfectly placed to explore everything from blue flag beaches to tumbling hills.

Inside, the pods are well-equipped with a kitchenette area, double bed, lounge area with sofa, table and dining chairs, and bathroom with shower.

Rotate between the Smart TV, sun loungers, BBQ and hot tub for the ultimate weekend getaway.

What guests say: “Just had a weekend away here and wow it was everything and more we had hoped it would be. Beautiful peaceful location with lots of lovely walks to do and places to visit. Favourite part being outdoors chilling in the hot tub listening to the three streams and wildlife. Great helpful hosts. Will definitely be visiting again.”

22. NightSky Glamping


Price per night: From £107 for 6 people

Location: Abersoch

Immerse yourself in the wonders of the night sky at NightSky Glamping.

Their spacious safari tents are equipped with everything you could need for a comfortable stay including high-quality bedding, a well-equipped kitchen, a cosy log burner, a private shower, and two toilets.

Outside, you’ve also got a private hot tub, adding even more luxury to your stay!

During the day, guests can soak up the views with a herd of alpacas nearby, and by night, they can marvel at the celestial wonders above.

Within the first few hours of your stay, you’ll understand why this is one of my favourite places to go glamping in North Wales!

What guests say: “Night Sky Glamping is better than described, in an idyllic location. The tent and interior features are quality and brand new. The pod with kitchenette and shower is awesome. Add the hot tub, BBQ, log burner, distance to Abersoch and Hell’s Mouth beach, the helpful family who run the site… and you have a high class, value for money glamping experience that you will cherish..”

23. Snowdonia Farm Yurts


Price per night: From £93 for 4 people

Location: Bangor

Next up, we have Snowdonia Farm Yurts, another great place to go glamping in North Wales.

Set amid 50 acres of farmland, woodland, natural ponds, and Carneddau mountains, this is an outdoor escape if I’ve ever seen one.

You can even enjoy the outdoors indoors by admiring the stars above through each yurt’s stargazer window.

On-site there are four well-spaced nomadic yurts, two separate bathrooms, a jacuzzi bath, a powder room and a kitchen hut.

What guests say: “Andrea’s yurts have everything you could possibly need and everything had been thought of. Andrea herself was very responsive to any questions or queries. The farm is a lovely calm place and the individual bathrooms are spotless and stocked with everything you need. Thank you Andrea, will be returning!”

24. Tan y Bryn


Price per night: From £175 for 2 people

Location: Llandudno

Tan y Bryn is a wonderful award-winning to go glamping in North Wales.

Here you’ll discover four luxury pods with hot tubs with views overlooking the coast and beautiful Welsh mountains.

Each pod has been beautifully designed with no expense spared.

Expect sumptuous beds, contemporary kitchens, and private bathrooms, with incredible terraces with fire pits outside.

Slip into their fluffy dressing gowns and get ready for an Instagrammable stay like no other!

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25. Anglesey Yurt Holidays


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 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.

There’s a hot tub to help you unwind, and a communal kitchen to cook something tasty in – this is a campsite that has 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.”

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