Wales offers a range of glamping accommodation for a more pampered way to stay in the great outdoors. And with much of it off-grid, Wales really is the place for a digital detox, all snuggled under a Welsh blanket.

So where is the best place to glamp in Wales? We have a wide choice of glamping sites across Wales, including luxury glamping, safari tents near the seaside, and dark skies sites where you can relax in a hot tub under the stars. Most of our glampsites are based in the countryside, close enough to local attractions so you can explore, or stay on site and chill as the mood takes you. Some are on working farms where you can meet the animals and buy fresh produce. Other sites are close to woodland walks and family trails. Many sites are family and dog-friendly, with plenty of outdoor space to roam around and explore. 

Depending on the type of lodging, some accommodation has integrated toilets and showers, or separate facilities. 

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Sleeping area in a luxury yurt with wall hangings.

Sleeping area in a yurt, Florence Springs Glamping Village, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, West Wales

Glamping sites with hot tubs

Choosing a glamping site with a private, bubbling hot tub right next to your accommodation is wonderful for an indulgent break. After a long day exploring, hiking, cycling or adventuring, a well earned soak in a hot tub under the night sky is the ideal way to finish off the evening. 

Perfect as a base for walking and cycling in the area, Cwmcoedog Farm near Lampeter in Mid Wales has two luxury glamping pods. With electrical hook-ups, a communal pizza oven, an indoor games room and a shared hot tub, it's a joy to come back to after a day of exploring. Situated in a wooded valley overlooking a fishing and boating lake, they're in a stunning location. There's a drying area for soggy boots and coats, a laundry room plus secure bike storage.

Embrace The Space Glamping offers a unique and enchanting retreat in the Welsh countryside, just 12 miles north of Carmarthen and six miles south of the market town of Newcastle Emlyn. For those seeking a blend of outdoor adventure, these luxury yurts provide a cosy space complete with spacious private grounds, flushing toilet, shower and kitchen. It’s a dog-friendly site, so your furry friends are welcome to enjoy the experience. Whether you're gazing at the star-filled sky through the skylight or huddling around the fire pit, Embrace Space Glamping ensures an unforgettable experience that connects you with nature without compromising on comfort. It's the perfect escape for anyone looking to unwind and explore the attractions of the local area and the beautiful coastline of the counties of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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Embrace The Space GlampingCarmarthen, West Wales

Enjoy a relaxing break in one of Redberth Gardens' glamping pods. These pet and family-friendly pods for up to four people come fully equipped with parking, WiFi, microwave, kitchenware, Freeview TV, sofa and outdoor furniture. Each have their own hot tub and secure garden area. Redberth is just a great location for exploring Pembrokeshire, with a 10 minute drive to Tenby, with Heatherton World Of Activities and Manor Wildlife Park is close by. 

Family-friendly Hillside Glamping is right in the middle of the beautiful Gower Peninsula in West Wales. The fully-equipped, luxurious safari tents are near some fabulous surfing beaches and places to explore. One tent is accessible for disabled people - please contact Hillside for more info. The large, wood-fired hot tubs are sheltered, so you can use them in all weathers. There's a daily wood allowance for the stove and fire-pits as well. 

Near Welshpool, Oaklands Glamping & Treehouse is a super romantic, adults-only retreat. Bluebell and Foxglove are the two safari tents - a home-from-home with all modern luxuries, including Hypnos mattresses and a roll-top bath. The private hot tubs are on outside decking with a BBQ/firepit nearby. Heartwood Treehouse is a hand-made masterpiece. Built around an oak tree, the hillside house's balcony has lots of space for immersing yourselves in nature. Imagine yourselves relaxing in a wood-fired hot tub on a private deck, with magical views over the Mid Wales countryside. Bliss.

Visit Wales Gold award winning Florence Springs Glamping Village is nestled in rural Pembrokeshire, close to Tenby and Saundersfoot's lovely beaches. There's a choice of unique accommodation, including yurts, woodland 'hideaways', handmade treehouses and safari tents. Each has a private hot tub, where you can spend your evenings sitting back and gazing at the stunning starry skies. Expect a peaceful break surrounded by nature, meet the alpacas or catch your supper in one of the fishing lakes. The site is dog and family-friendly.

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Eco cabins in Wales

If you're after low-impact holiday accommodation, eco cabins are a good solution. Expect sustainably built unique wooden buildings with a low carbon footprint and environmentally-friendly features.

The Roost Merthyr Tydfil is a small, dog-friendly, eco-friendly campsite in Troedyrhiw, five minutes away from the nearest railway station. There's loads of outdoor activities to do in the local area, including Bike Park Wales and the Bannau Brycheiniog (Brecon Beacons). The campsite is well kitted out for mountain bikers, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. There are bike washing and secure storage facilities, an EV charger and the site is Green Key certified. Most of the cabins sleep four people, and while one cabin is en suite, the rest have allocated separate outside kitchens and showers. 

You’ll get a warm Welsh welcome at Treberfedd Farm Eco Cabins. Stay in the unique octagonal eco cabins, Saffir and Aerona. Powered by green energy and built from local timber, each stylish cabin also has a wood burning stove and underfloor heating, which is heaven-sent after a cheek-glowing trip around the farm’s organic trail and welly walk. The farm is dog-friendly so you can bring four-legged family members along.

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A turf roofed wooded cabin in the countryside.
Inside a wooden eco-cabin, with patio doors opening out onto a green field.

Treberfedd Farm, Lampeter, Ceredigion, Mid Wales

Shepherd’s huts

Shepherd's huts usually look like sheds on wheels, but don't let that put you off! These days, shepherd's huts are tend to be charming, off-grid single room spaces, with comfy beds, log-burning stoves and fantastic views over the quiet countryside. Perfect for a bit of solitude.

Looking for glamping in North Wales? Imagine staying in a cosy shepherd's hut surrounded by a secluded wildflower meadow. With added alpacas on site. 'Cwtch' means 'hug', and the ethos at this Visit Wales Gold Award winning spot is to feel like you are on your perfect hideaway holiday. The self-contained huts have en-suite bathrooms, underfloor heating and log burners, plus a communal hut - ideal for a group getaway. Cwtch@Hafod is close to the coast and a great base to explore Anglesey and North Wales.

Also in North Wales but this time located on the glorious Llŷn Peninsula, Brook Cottage Shepherds Huts offer a luxury boutique adults only glamping retreat in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, near the border of Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park. Nestled within a wildflower meadow overlooking a private lake, each of the five handcrafted traditional huts come complete with en-suite shower room, fully fitted kitchens and a wood-burning stove to make those chilly evenings extra cosy. Perfect for couples seeking a special private getaway… and with two of the huts being dog friendly, you could even bring your four-legged friend too.

The Wild Meadow Shepherd's Hut in Mid Wales is spot-on for a romantic getaway. Set up high on the Presteigne hillside, you can enjoy amazing views over a valley when you fling open the door to welcome in the morning. The hut has a wood burning-stove, outside cooking and a full sized double bed. You can pick ingredients from the nearby orchard and rustle up dinner to enjoy under the darkening sky.

In the heart of the Glamorgan countryside, hide at St Donats is a group of three fully equipped snug cabans, a shepherd's hut and a lodge hidden amongst wildflowers and trees. Set in Tresilian Wood, hide shares nearly eight acres of land with an arboretum, so it's truly amongst the wildlife. If you fancy glamping by the sea, it's near St Donats, a small village with wonderful views of the Welsh coastline and easy access to great walks in the wilderness.

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A wooden lodge hidden in the bushes at Hide, St Donats.
A Welsh blanket covered bed inside a wooden, curved-roofed shepherd's hut.

Shepherd's hut, hide at St Donats, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales

Tipis and yurts

Yurts and tipis were originally used as portable homes by the nomadic tribes of Mongolia and America. Nowadays, they are a popular eco-friendly accommodation choice if you're looking for somewhere different to stay. Find out what to expect on a luxury yurt holiday in Wales.

GreenWood Tipi Glamping offers six spacious, comfortable family-sized tipis in the foothills of Eryri (Snowdonia). They each have a log burner, real beds and hot showers nearby. The best bit? Free entry to GreenWood Forest Park next door. 

There are five special accommodation options on the secluded Trellyn Woodland Camping site in Pembrokeshire. Two of them are geo-domes that measure seven metres wide, meaning there's plenty of room for chilling out. There are also three themed yurts, each with real beds, a dedicated camp kitchen and a covered campfire area. Also thrown in are fridge freezers, power showers, charging points, wetsuits, surfboards, a sauna, Wi-Fi and more!

Escape to the Carmarthenshire countryside with a stay at the award-winning Larkhill Tipis & Yurts. Each spacious yurt and tipi is based on a different design from around the world. The tipis and yurts are well spaced around the woodland, are fully furnished, with log burners and outside camp fires. It's a lovely location for families as well - there's a play park and plenty of space for children to explore, build dens and learn about nature. 

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Glamping pods

Glamping pods are small wooden huts, allowing you to get close to nature without the hassle of a tent. They are usually nice and cosy, with sheltered outside space, some form of heating, and cooking facilities. They can be furnished or unfurnished depending on the site. Pods are ideal for glamping in Wales for families - many sites have large enough pods for adults and kids to share. 

Toilets and showers are usually separate, or in shared facilities, depending on the size of the pod and the type of campsite they are on. 

As well as having a touring park, the Plasyngheidio working farm on the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula has two glamping pods sleeping four people each. They have cooking facilities, electric sockets and wi-fi, so you can enjoy your home comforts while experiencing the amazing scenery around you.

If sharing your sleeping space with a bug or two has never appealed, Cwmcarn Forest Campsite has timber pods that offer protection against critters and the cold nights. Each of the camping pods has a heater, electric sockets and partially-covered verandas, so you can escape from the everyday and not have to worry about packing up your poles in the morning.

Abbey Farm is a small, family-run caravan, campsite and glamping site on a working farm right next to Rhuddlan Castle. The three stylish Gold Award-winning glamping pods are hand-made, and named after the farm dogs. Perfect for a couples break, you'll feel instantly relaxed chilling out on the patio in the calming countryside. Expect the wandering farm animals to come say 'hello' as well.

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Safari tents and treehouses

Fancy floating above the woodland floor in a luxurious, fully equipped safari tent, overlooking the beautiful River Wye? By the Wye Treetop Glamping, in Hay-on-Wye, is a relaxing campsite for families, couples and groups. It's off-grid, and designed to have minimal impact on the environment. Each safari tent has private outside decking with a firepit - perfect for chilling out in the evening. Inside you'll find exquisite hand-crafted beds, en-suite power showers and flushing loos. You can also order tasty food hampers full of local produce to cook on the log stove, or on the barbeque if you don't fancy eating out. 

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Inside a safari tent with log burner, bed, sofas and kitchen.

By the Wye Treetop Glamping, Hay-on-Wye, Mid Wales

If you've ever yearned to sleep in a proper treehouse, with hammocks on the decking and hot tubs, then Squirrel's Nest near Llandrindod Wells is the place for you. These hand-built, luxury retreats are in a secluded, rural location. Just what's needed for a restorative break in the countryside. The three treehouses are ideal for couples and families, and are equipped with comfy beds, flushing loos, baths with a view and cooking facilities. 

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Squirrel's Nest Treehouse Retreat, Llanbister Road, Powys, Mid Wales

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