5 Wonderful Welsh Glamping Sites

Holidaying in the absolutely beautiful country that is Wales is finally possible again. On July 13th, the welsh government permitted the opening of holiday sites with “self-contained accommodation.” This means that customers must have their own toilet/showering facilities rather than sharing them with other families. Whilst this might present a problem to some sites, for many welsh glamping sites, it did not. Many already had self-contained pitches where you have exclusive use of toilet/shower facilities and for others, they have adjusted to make sure that they have.

Glamping is the slightly more luxurious relation of camping. You don’t have to lug your whole life in your car/trailer/roofbox but can travel a little lighter. You also have the bonus of not having to set up your whole site on arrival – it is all ready for you to enjoy whilst still reaping the benefits of outdoor living. There are so many options available, it is impossible to list them all but you may come across bell tents, yurts, shepherd’s huts, geodomes, tipis, cabins, pods to name but a few.

We have selected 5 simply wonderful welsh glamping sites that have gone out of their way to ensure they are Covid-19 secure as well as having accommodation and views to make lockdown feel like a lifetime ago.

1. Wye Glamping

If stunning views are what you need after staring at your garden fence for the last few months, then you will truly appreciate what Wye Glamping has to offer. From the mountain views and idyllic babbling brook to the luxurious interior of a locally built yurt, a beautifully handcrafted cabin or spacious bell tent. The team at Wye Glamping pride themselves on their attention to every detail on their eco-friendly, small, family run site. Suitable for families and couples alike, the well-equipped, peaceful and luxurious glamping site will help you enjoy a memorable break in comfort and style.

Please check here for Wye Glamping’s Covid-19 update.

Wye Glamping
Luxurious and cosy interior

2. Beavers Retreat Glamping

If you are feeling a pull towards the Pembrokeshire Coast National park, then the wonderful family-run site of Beavers Retreat will help provide that getaway. Here, you can choose from family-sized beautifully furnished bell tents or cosy Geodomes with wood-fired hot tubs, each unit having self-contained kitchen and bathroom facilities. This eco-friendly site takes nothing from the grid as the water on site is taken from a natural spring, and the high-pressure showers are gravity fed. With views of the stunning welsh countryside, a peaceful location and close proximity to nearby beaches and coastal path, this is truly the perfect place to get away from it all.

Please check here for Beavers Retreat Glamping’s Covid-19 update. 

Beavers Retreat
Cosy geodome at Beavers Retreat

3. Pembrokeshire Barn Farm

Perhaps you would like to experience a cosy shepherd’s hut this year? Well, near to the beautiful beaches at Saundersfoot and Tenby, within the rolling, green countryside of Pembrokeshire, lies the little gem that is Pembrokeshire Barn Farm. This family-friendly, luxury glamping retreat offers cosy, well-designed and equipped shepherd’s huts for you to relax and replenish within. Set on a 15-acre smallholding currently kept as hay meadows with a wealth of wildlife, it’s the ideal place for families and friends to escape to for a holiday to remember.

Please check here for Pembrokeshire Barn Farm’s Covid-19 update. 

Pembrokeshire Barn Farm
The view out of Apple Tree Hut

4. White House on Wye Glamping

Maybe a luxurious tipi within a cider apple orchard would be the holiday of choice this year? White House Farm sits deep in the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley and is perfect for families to explore the nature around them including the secret pebble beach of the River Wye that flows for over a mile through the farm. The small award-winning family-friendly glamping site was featured by The Sunday Times as one of the UK’s top glamping sites. This comes as no surprise given their extreme pride in their well-decorated, fully equipped and cosy tipis, surrounding area and ultra-clean facilities.

Please check here for Whitehouse on Wye Glamping’s Covid-19 update.

White House on Wye Glamping
Tipis nestled in a cider apple orchard

5. Hare’s Form

Fancy a break ALONE, AWAY FROM THE KIDS?

This fantasy could be yours with Hush Hush Glamping at Hare’s Form overlooking the stunning Radnor Valley. Set within 90 acres of family farmland, you can stay in their cosy wooden pod for two sharing with no other humans, only the friendly alpaca, sheep, red kites, the odd hare and the occasional deer nearby. You will find true peace and quiet here and be able to spend quality time with each other away from distractions.

Contact Hare’s Form for their Covid-19 update.

Hare's Form Glamping
Unbelievable views at Hare’s Form Glamping

If any of these gorgeous welsh glamping sites appeal, not only will you be having a wonderful holiday to remember but you will be supporting a family-run small business to survive in the most difficult year they have experienced! #supportsmallbusinesses

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