Looking for an amazing glamping holiday with a hot tub in Wales?
You’ve come to the right place!
I’m a huge fan of glamping and have been on my fair share of unusual romantic weekend breaks in the UK, so it’s safe to say I know a thing or two.
From treehouses and geodomes to safari tents and cabins, here are 17 amazing glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales.
Treehouses with a hot tub in Wales
1. Oaklands Treehouse in Welshpool
Price per night: From £198 for 2 people
Address: Llangyniew, Welshpool, Powys SY21 9EJ
One of my favourite treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK, Oaklands is a glamping site you cannot miss!
This treehouse may look like it belongs on the beach but you will actually find it hidden away in the heart of Mid Wales.
High up in the trees, lovingly made with couples in mind, this treehouse really is the perfect “get away from it all” retreat.
The luxuriously modern interiors make you feel like you are staying in a five-star hotel rather than a treehouse.
This place is alllll about providing the best of both worlds!
Outdoors you will feel completely immersed in nature as a huge oak tree is incorporated into the decking balcony area.
So sit back in the wood-fired hot tub with a glass of bubbly in hand and feel any worries melt away from you.
If it gets chilly outdoors in the colder months, don’t fear because you will soon discover an extra area with an outdoor wood burner.
Perfect for that not-so-perfect Welsh weather!
2. Squirrels Nest Treehouses in Llandrindod Wells
Price per night: £495 for 2 people
Address: Nantygelli, Llanbister Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD16SR
Set within 900 acres of hillside, Squirrel’s Nest Treehouses are a breath of fresh air.
There are two treehouses to choose from, Cadwollen’s and Trawscwm, both of which are spaces of unique shape and style.
Whether you soak in the freestanding bath or outdoor hot tub first, relaxation will be your #1 priority here.
Squirrel’s Nest aid this by providing you with tea, coffee, cake and a bottle of wine on arrival.
Combining the fun of camping with the luxury of a modern hotel, each treehouse comes complete with a 43inch TV.
And if hot tubs aren’t your thing, you can still relax under the night skies on one of two hammocks.
Top tip: if you are feeling a little more adventurous, head out to the nearby Elan Valley for gorgeous views and great hiking and biking trails.
3. Copse Camp Treehouse in Denbighshire
Price per night: From £125 for 5 people
Address: Faraway, Llandegla, Denbighshire, LL11 3BG
If you like your treehouses a little more rustic, Copse Camp is the place for you.
Copse Camp most resembles the real-life treehouses you dreamt up as a little’un!
Reminisce on your days of adolescence as you embark across the rope bridge into your very own treehouse.
Tucked away in the treetops of an off-grid forest in North Wales, this treehouse provides the perfect opportunity to unwind in the heart of real nature.
While Copse Camp may lack the luxuries of some other treehouses on this list, you’ll still benefit from soft white bed linen, fluffy towels, a compost loo, hot water plumbing and solar chargers.
And least of all not forgetting that very much sought after hot tub!
If you’re looking to up your glamping game, this treehouse also comes with a re-purposed gypsy caravan, which doubles up as a games room or extra bedroom.
Geodomes with a hot tub in Wales
4. Argoed Barns Geodomes in Brecon
Price per night: From £103 for 2 people
Address: Talachddu, Brecon, Powys, LD3 0UG
I first fell in love with geodomes when I stayed at Loveland Farm in Devon five years ago.
There’s just something about them that feels so otherwordly and like you’re in your own little bubble, away from the world.
And Argoed Barns is no exception!
Sat on a hillside in mid-Wales, just four miles outside the historic market town of Brecon, you’ll find this dog-friendly hideaway.
It’s the perfect place for couples to retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, amongst some of Wales’ best scenery.
The Brecon Beacons, Hay Bluff and the Black Mountains are all on your doorstep.
So you can choose whether to get out in nature, just relax in your bubble, or do a bit of both!
They have two beautifully decorated geodomes on-site, Seren Bach and Seren Mawr.
Both are well equipped with a double ring gas hob and a kitchen sink, and a self-composting loo, washbasin and gas-powered shower just outside the dome.
And of course, you’ll also find a wood-fired hot tub to soak in with your loved one in the Dark Sky Reserve.
Could stargazing get any dreamier than this?
I think not!
5. Cosy Under Canvas Geodomes in Kington
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Address: Dolbedwyn, Newchurch, Kington, Powys, HR5 3QQ
Perched just on the edge of the Welsh border, you’ll find seven stylish geodomes at Cosy Under Canvas.
Whether you fancy an intimate holiday with your partner or a group holiday with friends or family, they’ve got you covered.
There are two cosy domes that sleep two adults, and five spacious domes that sleep up to four adults comfortably (or more if you’ve got the kids with you or you’re really close!).
Not only are the spacious domes large but their accompanying wood-fired hot tubs also fit up to five adults.
The site itself is well-equipped.
To cook your meals, you have the option of either getting back to basics by cooking on the open fire or knocking yourself something up in one of the fully kitted communal kitchens.
Cosy Under Canvas keep their impact on the environment to a minimum, so their loos are composting.
And when it comes to showering, you can also choose between a more rustic and luxurious experience.
Either shower in the wood-fuelled showers in the wood with a lovely canopy view of the trees above, or head to the bathrooms a short walk away for more powerful showers heated by their biomass boiler.
6. Beavers Retreat Geodomes in Tenby
Price per night: From £90 for 2-4 people
Address: Beavers Hill, The Ridgeway, Manorbier, Tenby, Pembrokeshire. SA70 8LQ
The final geodome on this list is Beavers Rest.
Beavers Rest is one of my favourite glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales for its location alone.
Set in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, near the colourful seaside town of Tenby, there is plenty to see and do here.
Each dome is equipped with a double bed with crisp cotton bedding to ensure a comfortable and cosy night’s sleep.
If you want to go away with friends or family, you also have the option of a sofa bed, with full bedding provided if needed.
Each dome also has its own private wood-fired hot tub, indoor log burner, gas hob and oven, and private picnic table and BBQ.
However, perhaps my favourite thing about Beavers Retreat is that they offer alpaca trekking.
Yep, that’s right, alpaca trekking.
Set on a working six-acre cattle and sheep farm, the glamping site is perfectly placed to host its ten pet alpacas.
They have been halter trained, and are extremely tame allowing you to get up close and personal with them.
Safari tents with a hot tub in Wales
7. Two Valleys Retreat Safari Tents in Presteigne
Price per night: From £175 for 7 people
Address: Burfa Farm, Evenjobb, Presteigne, Powys LD8 2SH
Let’s move swiftly on to some of Wales’ best safari tents.
These beauties will take you from the green fields of Wales to the plains of South Africa!
Two Valleys Retreat has to be one of my favourite glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales for the isolation it provides alone.
A real off-grid escape, a few days here will provide the most perfect peace and quiet you could wish for.
The canvas lodge sits just outside the treeline at the top of a bank.
This means it boasts some of the most stunning countryside views.
And the best part is that it is without another soul in sight!
I’m already daydreaming about sitting out on the deck for a scenic breakfast or cooking up a BBQ feast with a glass of wine in hand, before heading to the wood-fired hot tub for an evening dip under the stars.
It doesn’t get much more idyllic than that.
The safari tent sleeps up to seven people with two double bedrooms and one double/single bunk bed.
And with a full shower room with hot water and a plumbed-in toilet, this is one of the more luxurious glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales.
Top tip: Be sure to order a cooked breakfast hamper or vegetarian breakfast hamper to make your stay extra special!
8. NightSky Safari Tents in Pwllheli
Price per night: From £67.50 for 2 people, or £100 for 6/7 people
Address: Tyn Y Cae, Llangian, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 7LN
Looking for somewhere to stargaze with your loved ones? NightSky‘s your best bet!
The site has types sets of safari tents, ones sleeping seven people and ones sleeping four people.
Each is spacious with an open plan living area and cosy wood burner, comfortable beds with luxury bedding, a private shower pod, toilets and a fully equipped kitchen.
And outside you’ll find a decking area with a hot tub and BBQ for you to enjoy under those dreamy night skies.
If you want to try something a little more intimate, you can also sleep in a bell tent for two.
Each comes complete with a TV, electrical points, a private kitchenette and a bathroom pod, so you’re not missing out on any of the luxuries.
They’re set on a decking area with seating, BBQ, an outdoor log burner, and most importantly, a hot tub.
Located in the popular seaside resort of Abersoch on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales, there are loads of things to enjoy outside of the accommodation.
We’re talking great beaches, internationally recognised sailing waters, and beautiful scenery.
Outdoor lovers can surf, paddleboard or kayak. Or you can enjoy a quieter holiday laying on the beach or checking out Abersoch’s cute coffee shops.
9. Under the Oak Safari Tents in Caerphilly
Price per night: From £150 for 2 people
Address: The Barn, Pen y Waun Farm, Mountain Rd, Bedwas, Caerphilly CF83 8ER
Set in the most tranquil setting, these luxurious, individually designed safari tents are dotted around a beautiful pond in a corner of Under the Oak‘s family farm.
Boasting breathtaking views of the rolling South Wales hillside, you really can’t find a glamping site more picturesque than this.
Whether you cwtch up by the wood burner with a good book or lounge in your private wooden hot tub, you’re sure to take relaxation to a whole new level here.
The safari tents’ living areas offer a comfy and spacious place to unwind, with a sofa, dining area and books and games to keep everyone amused.
The tents are filled with plenty of candles and lanterns, making for a cosy space.
And at the heart of each tent is a toasty wood burner and plenty of logs to get it roaring away.
Under the Oak is one of the more luxurious glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales you’ll find.
The bathroom is especially luxurious – there’s a flushing toilet, basin and hot shower, with fluffy towels for your stay.
10. Seven Hills Hideaway Canvas Lodges in Abergavenny
Price per night: From £147.50 for 6 people
Address: Winston Court Farm, Llanvetherine, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 8RG
The final set of safari tents can be found at the gorgeous Seven Hills Hideaway!
Their luxurious canvas lodges are far from basic.
They give you every creature comfort of home while letting you be a little closer to nature.
The lodges are on-grid enough to provide all the creature comforts you need (for drying your hair or powering up your mobile devices), yet off-grid enough to help you recharge your personal batteries.
Each tent comes with three double bedrooms (one king-size, one twin and one double sleeping cabin) and an open plan living space, with a dining and lounge space large enough for six, yet cosy enough for just two.
So whether you glamp with a partner, a few friends or your whole family is up to you!
The tents host every amenity you could dream of, making for a luxurious escape in style.
And of course, that includes the dreamy private hot tub you’re after!
Make sure not to spend your whole time on-site though!
Perched on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, you’re surrounded by plenty of amazing walks and beautiful scenery in Abergavenny. Worth making the most of it, right?
Cabins with a hot tub in Wales
11. The Hiveaway Cabin in Ceredigion
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Address: Llain, Penrhiwllan, Llandysul, Ceredigion SA44 5NJ
Moving swiftly onto some cosy cabins that you’ll never want to leave!
One of the more unique glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales, The Hiveaway has been lovingly handcrafted by owners, Nick and Lauren.
Aptly named, the curvy exterior looks just like a beehive.
And of course, it also boasts a wood-fired hot tub.
Inside, you’ll discover more quirky features too.
Filled with antique, reclaimed or handmade bits, from Welsh chapel doors and snooker table slate worktops in the kitchen to a handmade table and hexagonal windows, there’s so much to discover in this small space.
One of my favourite things about The Hiveaway is that it is open plan.
One of you can chill in the king-sized bed, gazing up at the stargazing skylight, while the other cooks dinner.
Pretty romantic, right?
If you thought that was great, wait till you discover the idyllic setting.
Nestled in a 1.5-acre meadow overlooking the majestic Teifi Valley, just walk out onto your deck, through your gate, hop across the bridge, over the stream and pond and enjoy an expanse of wildflower meadows.
Hear geese fly overhead, walk up to the top field, sit and enjoy 360 views and all kinds of wildlife.
Sounds like a little slice of heaven to me.
12. Nant yr Onnen Cabin in Llandovery
Price per night: From £94 for 2 people
Address: Rhandirmwyn, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire SA20 0PE
Next up is the cabin at Nant yr Onnen!
This cosy cabin houses a double bed, a wood-burning stove, a small kitchen area with sink, fridge, hob, kettle and toaster, and a bathroom with a dual-flush toilet, shower and handbasin.
Outside you’ll find a verandah with seating and chiminea, perfect for mornings enjoyed slowly.
The private wooden hot tub is secluded in its own secret garden.
This makes for one of the more intimate hot tubs on this list.
With a selection of books and games for you to dive into, you’ll never want to leave this cosy space.
But if you do decide to leave, you’ll be rewarded with a gorgeous large garden and access to some great local walks.
They start as soon as you step outside, with stunning walks in every direction.
You could go mountain biking or even canoe or kayak on the river at the end of the drive!
13. Brambling Cross Cabin in Tintern
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Address: Tintern, Monmouthshire, NP16 7NX
Brambling Cross is a cabin with crackling campfires, canoeing and craft ale all on its doorstep.
It seems that the hosts, Ed and Tori, wrapped up all their favourite Cs together in one cosy place.
Set at the top of a hill in its own enclosed garden, this private getaway takes intimacy to a whole new level.
Beyond the beautiful split stable doors are an antique pine kitchen and a cabin bed which you can snuggle up in with the fire lit.
On rainy days you’ll be thankful that your hot shower is ensuite.
The wood-fired hot tub is lit up by fairy lights at night, making it all the more romantic!
And if you’re looking for something to add to your hot tub experience, why not head to the onsite brewery shop?
Selling local real ale and cider, it’s the perfect accompaniment to a night under the stars.
Set in the stunning Wye Valley, one of my favourite places in the world, there is a whole host of outdoor activities and beautiful sights to see right on your doorstep.
From canoeing along the picturesque River Wye to exploring the historic Tintern Abbey, you’ll have plenty to keep you occupied!
14. Lodge on a Lake Cabins in Cardiff
Price per night: From £75 for 2 people
Address: Cefn Mably Lakes, Cefn Mably, Cardiff CF3 6LP
Always dreamed about a romantic getaway overlooking the water?
Then Lodge on a Lake is for you!
Home to a whopping nine lakeside lodges, each as gorgeous as the last, you have plenty to pick from here.
Just six miles away from Cardiff city centre, this is a great weekend getaway for those looking to easily escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a much-needed detox.
Set in 35 acres of lush Welsh countryside, Lodge on a Lake offers all you could possibly want to unwind in seclusion.
Inside each fully-fitted cabin, you’ll find a bathroom with shower and toilet, a living room with a sofa that turns into a super comfy double bed, a TV, kitchen fitted with a grill, gas hob, sink, and microwave and fridge.
But it gets even better when you venture outside.
On the deck, you’ll find your own private hot tub, table and chairs and relaxing furniture for two, plus a BBQ area.
Imagine being here cooking up a BBQ on a hot summer’s evening as the sun goes down, basking in the sun and soaking up the view of the lake.
And if you fancy a spot of fishing, you can fish right from your private deck!
Huts with a hot tub in Wales
15. The Charcoal Hut in Llandovery
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Address: North Lodge, Myddfai, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire SA20 0LZ
Finally, we’re going to finish off this list of glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales with some huts!
They may be small but boy do they pack a punch. Private, cosy and intimate, The Charcoal Hut oozes romance.
This secret getaway for two is set in a little woodland field, not overlooked and yet within fifteen minutes walk from town and lots of places to eat.
The hut provides the ideal space for you to relax, and enjoy peace and quiet.
And most importantly, indulge in some together time.
Whether you fancy heading out into the Brecon Beacons on a long walk together or cosying up inside or in the hot tub and forgetting everyone else for a few days, the choice is up to you!
The Charcoal Hut really goes the extra mile to think about the special touches.
With board games and plenty of blankets inside the hut, as well as special hampers made just for you, hosts Dinah and John go out of their way to make your stay a special one.
From a welsh foodie hamper and a big-breakfast hamper to a star-gazing luxury hamper and a romantic evening hamper, you have plenty to choose from!
16. Sennybridge Shepherds Huts in Brecon
Price per night: From £125 per night for 2 people
Address: Hardwick Field, Sennybridge, Brecon, Powys LD3 8SA
Situated in the north of the Brecon Beacons, Sennybridge Shepherds Huts has glorious views, easy access to the national park and a tiny, tidy home that has been made with a lot of local love.
A labour of love for local builder Martin and his partner Diane, this hut was first conceived as a getaway for their own personal use.
But they quickly realised that their little home was just too good to keep to themselves.
Set in a field with deliberately untamed corners, such as a wildlife-rich pond, a meadow area and newly planted native fruit trees, there’s plenty to explore even within the perimeters of the field itself.
And as for the hut, it houses a double bed, a little kitchenette and its own shower room and toilet.
Perhaps my favourite part of this shepherd’s hut, though, is the raised deck it sits upon.
With a hammock, outdoor furniture and a Finnish-style hot tub, it’s the perfect spot to relax for hours on end and stargaze within the Dark Sky Reserve.
17. Wanderoo Truck in Brecon
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Address: Pentre Naboth, Libanus, Brecon LD3 8NR
Last but by no means least, we have one of the more unique glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales. It’s so unique that it would have to have its own category.
But I thought I’d squeeze it in with the huts.
Now, I think I’ll start this one off by stating the obvious: look at those views!
Sat at the top of a steep hill, among the rolling hills of South Wales, you won’t find many views dreamier than the one from their hot tub.
Keen hikers will be in their element as the truck boasts views of Pen-y-Fan and the Black Mountains. And there are miles of outstanding hiking trails all around.
The truck itself is a converted horsebox with twin balconies, a hot tub and a huge king-size bed that you could just melt into!
Wanderoo stays warm and toasty all year round thanks to its sheep’s wool insulation and efficient wood burner.
But the truck is still light and airy with two sets of floor-to-ceiling glass doors letting in plenty of light.
Can someone please just take me here already?!
So which of these glamping holidays with a hot tub in Wales would you most like to stay at?
I have my eye on, well… just about all of them!