Camping & Glamping in Wales

The Welsh countryside is famous for its vibrant greenery, its rugged coastline and its towering mountainous peaks.  The country has managed to revitalise its traditional Celtic culture and language in recent years, which gives Wales a magical feel. 

In the south, the capital Cardiff features one of the grandest castles in the U.K.  With ornate Gothic Revivalist interiors and large imposing walls still intact.  The city is a bustling metropolitan hub centred around the Cardiff Bay, where the modern glass structure of the Welsh National Assembly sits beside the ornate brickwork of the Pierhead Building. 

Heading northwards from the south coast the city gives way to the open countryside of the valleys region, where many of the greatest choirs in the country can be found.  Dotting the countryside are many of the old mining towns, and soon after the countryside becomes the wilderness of the Brecon Beacons national park.

Further north the countries famous Snowdonia mountain stands proud amongst the Snowdon Massif.  The mountain has a commuter train, which ascends along the spine of the range making for the more relaxed mountain climber, and around the Snowdonia National Park lies the forests of Coed y Brenin for walkers and cyclists to get lost in.

Wales has so much outdoors to offer, and what better way to experience the outdoors than living it!  Camping and Glamping gives you the opportunity to have a great escape to nature, to relax under clear skies breathing the freshest of air.  Find your perfect outdoors experience in Wales below!  

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Hidden Valley Yurts

Chepstow, Monmouthshire

In a secluded valley, invisible to the outside world, lies Hidden Valley Yurts at Lower Glyn Farm. Our 5...

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