If you’re not the most hard-core of camping folk, but still love to immerse yourself in the UK’s most beautiful nature spots, then why not try a luxury camping holiday? There are hundreds of gorgeous glamping parks that are waiting to be discovered. One of our favourite places to spend a weekend outdoors is Wales, so we’ve rounded up the best luxury camping spots to help take some of the hassle out of planning your next amazing trip away!
Cwtch Camping – Pembrokeshire
£ – around £80 per night.
Three beautiful acres of woodland and wonderful accommodation options. Catch up on your zzzs in a cosy cabin or sleep beneath the stars in a unique bell tent.
Seven Hills Hideaway – Monmouthshire
£ – contact Seven Hills for prices
Luxury safari lodges located in the picturesque Monmouthshire countryside. Surrounded by a wood for long days exploring and an ancient orchard complete with sheep and alpacas! Seven Hills currently has 3 luxury lodges available to rent, each equipped with a cosy log burner, three double bedrooms, bathroom and a veranda: the perfect sun trap!
Cosy Under Canvas – Dolbedwyn
£ – around £125 for a midweek stay.
Gorgeous chic tipis or stunning dome tents, all nestled in the midst of a scenic little hub of nature. You can really unwind, too, with a dip in one of the site’s wood fired hot tubs – perfect!
Away From It All – Snowdonia
£ – £150 for two nights.
With only three luxury glamping domes on offer, you’re sure to get a little bit of peace and quiet at this lovely spot in Snowdonia. The site has been created for sustainability and eco-friendliness, too! The perfect place for family or a group of friends.
Scamperholidays – Gower Peninsula
£ – £75 per night.
Two sites – one with panoramic views of the ocean and countryside at Rhossili Bay, the other a short 8-minute drive from Llangennith bay and a prime spot for keen surfers. Scamperholidays’ shepherd huts provide a warm and cosy base for exploring South Wales.
Read more (and see my video!): Glamping in Swansea Bay in a Shepherd Hut
The Willows – Abersoch
£ – £50 per night.
Cute and cosy glamping pods situated at a 5-star award-winning campsite on the Llyn Peninsula, North Wales. Ideally suited to those who are searching for a peaceful, relaxing break.
Florence Springs – Tenby, Pembrokeshire
£ – £40 per night.
Gorgeous yurts close to the walled seaside town of Tenby, offering luxurious comfort, furnished with rugs, cushions and sheepskin to add a cosy, homely ambience. There’s three premium, secluded camping pitches available – each equipped with separate kitchen area, campfire with BBQ and stargazer chairs and picnic table. It’s a tranquil escape!
Hideaway in the Hills – Snowdonia National Park
£ — £35 per night.
Beautiful bell tents with private hot tubs, located in the heart of rural, picturesque Snowdonia National Park. Hideaway in the Hills is the perfect getaway for a birthday celebration, anniversary, romantic break or relaxing holiday. Unspoilt, sandy beaches are a mere 15 minutes away, as is Portmeirion village, so there’re plenty of sight-seeing opportunities and things to do!
Living Room Tree Houses – Powys
£ — From £379 for two nights
Live out your childhood fantasies of staying in a treehouse with these incredible structures. They might come with a heft price tag but they’re worth every penny for the unique experience of waking up high in the trees. This was an unforgettable experience that I still recommend to anyone looking for a luxury glamping trip in Wales.
Read more (and see my video!): Staying in a tree house in Wales
Do any of these luxury camping spots sound particularly lovely? We certainly think so! Tell us where you’ll be heading this year in the comments below!
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Monday 11th of April 2016
They all look pretty awesome!
I'm not a big fan of camping more glamping lol, so these pods and camps are just my thing!
I've been to the Brecon Beacons in Wales and the only way to do it in those days was via a bunkbed or old-fashioned camping! So glad that there are other options now. Phew!
The London Secret
Saturday 9th of April 2016
All of your options looks amazing! I haven't been to Wales at all yet, but I really hope to do a road trip in the area soon. The nature looks just spectacular!
Thursday 7th of April 2016
I lived in Tenby for a year and can really recommend visiting! The camping there seems lush :)