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.

Treberfedd Farm Eco Cabins in Ceredigion, Mid Wales are powered by green energy and stylishly built from local timber, each with a wood burning stove and underfloor heating. A stay at the beautiful Wye Valley Penhein Glamping in luxurious alachigh tents with high domed ceilings brings courses on foraging for the table, making perfumes and even making gin.

hide at St Donats in the Vale of Glamorgan has cabans, handcrafted tented lodges, with great wilderness walks around the South Wales coastline close by. Cwtch@Hafod on Anglesey offers a warm Welsh hug in a hideaway shepherd’s hut with en-suite bathrooms, underfloor heating and log burners.

Adventure Parc Snowdonia has glamping pods next to their surf pool; Fforest Camp near Cardigan and Manorafon has a dome based on a British cavalry design of the 1850s; and Florence Springs near Tenby boasts luxury yurts and hobbit houses. The Forge, Corwen, offers five bell tents set within the striking peaks of North Wales.

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