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A Glamping Wales holiday awaits

Known for its rugged coastline and mountainous national parks, Wales is the perfect playground for the adventurous camper. Exploring Snowdonia Nation Park with its lakes and glacial landforms is a must for those keen on hiking. Whether you’ll have a view on lake Bala, have the Brecon Beacons or beaches nearby, Wales is a wonderful place for a family holiday. Book a Glamping Wales holiday today, and get ready to start your glamping adventure.

Cwmberach Uchaf (South Wales)
Cwmberach Uchaf Farm covers 80 acres on the beautifully wild Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The tents are situated in a sheltered corner of the farm, with amazing views over the Amman valley and the mountain. The combination of animals to meet is very special, with unusual breeds of sheep, beehives for delicious homegrown honey, goats, and lambs and piglets in the spring. Click here for more information.

Glanmor Isaf (North Wales)
You’re guaranteed a warm Welsh welcome when you arrive at Glanmor Isaf Farm for your North Wales family glamping holiday. The farm has stunning views towards Snowdonia and the Carneddau Mountains, where sheep and cattle graze. Look the other way and you’ll see that a private pebble beach is a mere field’s walk away. Click here for more information.

Hillside Farm (South Wales)
Hillside Farm can be found a 5-minute drive from Rhossili Bay, voted the best UK beach and third best in Europe in 2014. Pygmy goats, 40 chickens, rabbits and two dogs share 175 acres of farmland with the Taylor family and their sheep, all of which lies within the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Views from the area are as stunning as you would expect of the first place in the UK to be designated an AONB. An outstanding glamping farm holiday all round! Click here for more information.

Pant y March (North Wales)
Pant y March Farm is set high on the mountainside overlooking Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala) – the largest lake in Wales – Yr Aran, Arenig Fawr and other peaks in Snowdonia. The location of the two exclusive and luxurious Feather Down Frills tents is truly jaw-dropping, with far-reaching lake views. Due to its mountainous location, the farm is a peaceful haven, where younger visitors are safe to roam freely. Llyn Tegid is just a 20-minute walk away if you fancy a summertime swim. Click here for more information.

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