Glamping in Wales | enjoy camping with a touch of luxury

At these Welsh glamping sites, you'll be totally immersed in rural life, surrounded by miles of natural beauty, with all the comforts of home

You’ll sleep amid lush woodland and roast marshmallows by the fire – but with the added bonus of having essentials like cosy duvets to keep toasty warm on those chilly nights, your own kitchen and wood-burning stoves to whip up sizzling bacon in the morning.

With campsites set within emerald valleys, epic hills and charming untamed coasts, Wales is an unforgettable place to try glamping – whether it’s your first time or you’re a well-seasoned expert. Pack your hiking boots but leave the tent at home with our pick of Welsh glamping sites – which includes everything from romantic treehouses to authentic timber cabins.

Glamping in Wales at the foot of Mount Snowdon


In awe-inspiring, rural surroundings at the foot of Mount Snowdon (the highest peak in England and Wales), you can experience both nature and modern comforts at the Bryn Dinas Camping Pods. Unwind under powerful showers in the heated bathrooms – just 30m from your cabin – after a long hike. Feel free to bring your furry friend on your Welsh glamping holiday, too – both the cabins and grounds are dog-friendly.

Your new home is an eco-friendly glamping pod, named after famous Welsh castles such as Beaumaris and Penrhyn. Each sleeps two people and features two full-size divan beds, as well as soft, comfortable feather bedding and towels. In the communal kitchen, there are handy extras like a microwave, toaster, fridge and sink for rustling up anything from a warming soup to good old beans on toast. To help you plan your stay and plot your walking routes, visit the public area, which has a computer, travel guides and plenty of maps. Take in calming views of the tree-covered Nantgwynant valley from the communal courtyard area, where you can feast outdoors by firing up the barbecue – think s’mores, smoky sausages and juicy burgers.

Bryn Dinas Camping Pods


Treehouse glamping in Wales


At this enchanting spot for children (and the young at heart), you’ll sleep 9m above the ground in your very own treehouse hideaway. The six Bryn Meurig Bach treehouses (also known as the ‘Living Room’) have views over the serene and secluded valley, which lies deep in the Welsh mountains. The treehouses are all self-sustainable and built on low-impact joins so they don’t harm the trees. On arrival, you’ll walk through the lush Welsh woodland to the site (so remember to bring walking boots).

Each treehouse is reached by a spiral staircase that looks like it’s come straight out of a fairy tale. At the top of the staircase is your main living space. Interiors combine rustic style with a futuristic feel – you’ll find natural materials contrasting with a curved, pod-like ceiling. Continuing the fairy tale, the woodland creeps indoors here with gnarled branches along the ceiling, wooden rails around your terrace and glass-less port holes positioned to let moonlight spill across your pillow.

In the evenings, snuggle up around the comforting wood-burning stove in the centre of each treehouse, which provides not only a cosy atmosphere, but warmth and light, too. The burner also heats your water so that each morning you can have a reinvigorating wash in a warm spring-water shower below the treehouse. There’s also a Swedish compost toilet a short walk from the treehouse.

Bryn Meurig Bach, Pet Friendly, With A Garden In Fairbourne, Ref 4371