Discover the Welsh countryside on your glamping break

A land flanked by swathes of coastline, soaring mountains, and ice-carved valleys. Gwynedd offers its visitors brilliant beaches, thrilling mountain scenery, fascinating ancient culture and heritage wherever you turn and more. It is no secret that North Wales has some of the best outdoor activities in the world. There are plenty to explore that fits everyone's liking. From rafting and other adrenaline-pumping activities, golf, hiking and cycling, to a lovely afternoon stroll on the beach.

The scenic Llŷn Peninsula and most of Snowdonia National Park are situated in Gwynedd and offer plenty of space to be explored. Head to the Nant Gwynant landscape for breathtaking views. You can see the foundations of a 12th-century tower of the princes of Gwynedd. Ramparts of a 2,000-year-old fort surround the hilltop and remains from the early medieval period are a link to the setting of the legend. Another trip well worth it would be to visit Llyn Dinas, a stunning lake formed by glaciers, or walk the Cwm Bychan valley to explore remains of copper mining.

Glamping in Gwynedd - a county rich in history

There are plenty of historic sites that are well worth your visit, to name just a few; Aberconwy Abbey in the town of Conwy at St Mary's and All Saint's Church is the site of a great monastery -where Llywelyn the Great passed. The site is a great base for exploring the walls of Conwy, one of Europe's finest medieval towns. Also worth the visit would be Criccieth Castle, as soon as you arrive you will know by a14th-century poem describes the castle as the "bright fortress on a cliff top". Don't forget to take along your camera when you visit this stunning location as it boasting stunning views overlooking Cardigan Bay.

A glamping holiday to Meirionnydd

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 Lodges 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. As the day draws, enjoy spectacular glowing sunsets shimmering in the lake from the private hot tub beside your lodge. Book your glamping holiday to Meirionnydd.