North Wales is a stunning region of the UK, offering everything from beautiful beaches and coastline to mountains and forests. And, of course, it’s home to some of the best glamping sites in Wales. If you’re looking for things to do, North Wales is home to Snowdonia National Park – perfect for hikes and mountain biking – as well as a number of charming towns and villages. Be sure to visit Conwy, with its medieval castle, and Betws-y-Coed, a popular destination for outdoor activities.
Taking a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life is important for our mental and physical wellbeing. And what better way to relax and recharge than by spending time in nature? North Wales is renowned for its stunning landscapes, from mountains and meadows to rivers and coastline. So if you're looking for a true wilderness experience, look no further than our collection of glamping sites in North Wales. We've hand-picked the best of the best, so you can be sure of a comfortable stay in an amazing location.
North Wales is best described as epic. From the rugged peaks and glacial valleys of Snowdonia National Park, to the countless secluded sandy bays and lively coastal towns, it’s a stunning and varied landscape.
If you really want to get to know the region, rather than driving with the blinkers on to Snowdon, take the long way round, the scenic routes. You’ll see the many villages, towns and cities – and most importantly, meet the many people that make it an incredible place. We’ve come up with a selection of options you can mix and match to fill a great weekend.
If you’re looking to climb a mountain, hike some epic trails, spot an abundance of wildlife, or zip line through forest (and even surf, weirdly enough), then take a peek at our collection of spaces in easy reach of the action.
If you’re of the opinion that there’s not much in North Wales, maybe it’s time you revisited that idea, and the area. The landscape might be ageless, the mountain ranges seemingly unaffected by time, the people as proud and welcoming as they’ve always been – but the food, the culture, the art – it’s an ever-changing carousel of talent.
Much like England, Wales’ south is far more densely occupied, and its north much more sparse, leaving vast swathes of natural land bare and ready to explore. This doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do, however, there’s more than enough to experience if you know where to look.
Who we are We’re a small team of people who love getting outdoors as much as they can. With our Bristol base, glamping in North Wales is a mainstay of our weekends, but we look for cool places to stay all over the UK and Europe. We love a place that's been built with love, by people who care for their land and want to share it with others.
Why choose glamping? When it comes to staycations, there are all sorts of different options out there. You could go the traditional route and stay in a hotel, or you could rough it and go camping. Or, if you're looking for something in between, there's always glamping. Glamping is a great option for those times when you want to enjoy the outdoors without giving up all of the comforts of home.
Glamping in North Wales with us We hope that you’ll treat a stay with us as a chance to explore. The south coast of Wales is spectacular, but there’s some superb glamping in North Wales too and so much of Snowdonia where you can lose the Snowdon crowd and enjoy miles of peaceful hiking. We’ve personally inspected all our places to make sure that wherever you choose to adventure in Wales, you’ll find a place that you’ll love coming home to.
We are doing our bit for the planet As a company that is so reliant on nature, we have a responsibility to examine our sustainability on an annual basis. Our impact report spells out what we’ve been doing, the challenges we’ve faced and our ambitions for the future. Our tree planting mission is one way we’re trying to offset our carbon footprint, and we have ambitious goals for our charitable trust. We’re also driving our B Corp score over 100.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.