Glamping in Snowdonia (Eryri) is incredibly popular, and it’s easy to see why. With 14 peaks over 3000 feet high, it’s a rare opportunity to take on a challenge usually reserved for countries with larger mountain ranges, but it’s not just the lofty proportions of the hills that attracts people. For some it could be the mountain railway that snakes the trail up Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), the ziplining, water rafting, rock climbing and bouldering, paragliding or simply the network of more manageable trails that criss-cross the landscape. Even better, it’s just as stunning all year round – so try it off-season!
Glamping is unlike any other kind of travel. It’s easy to think of other countries having exclusive rights to the exotic, the unusual and the amazing, to see our own surroundings as humdrum. But by getting closer to nature, by lowering the barrier between us and the outdoors, we find those experiences that are unforgettable, grounding and most importantly, totally wild. Browse our collection to find your wild space.
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.
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, independent, employee-owned glamping company, with a focus on sustainability. There’s not a lot of us around. What does this mean for you? Well, we put people, experiences and places before profit. When we inspect a space, and we inspect them all, we look for the unique, the unusual and the special.
Why book a glamping break in Snowdonia (Eryri)? Glamping in Snowdonia is on almost everyone’s bucket list. The sights, the activities and the ambiance will be amazing and at the end of a magical day exploring the area, you want to come back to a space that reflects the incredible experience you’re having. That’s why browsing our collection you’ll only find the places we inspected and saw the owner’s whole heart and soul in.
Glamping in Snowdonia (Eryri) with us We get it, sure. There’s a lot of places to go glamping in Snowdonia. But are they your kind of place? When we find our spaces, we look for the unusual, the epic, the unmissable. Every space to enter our collection is visited and experienced by one of our inspectors. When we say inspect, we mean we live it – the road travelled, the bed tousled, the hot tub reluctantly relaxed in.
Isn’t it getting a little… over-visited? You’re gosh-darned right. But the solution is not just not visiting. It’s drawing attention to the magnificence of the area. All. Year. Round. As it happens, Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), and her sister mountains... Not a pop-up venue. The locals enjoy the surroundings all year round, and it’s about time you did too. Pop there in winter to see the icy peaks, in Spring for the emergence of wildflower, and Autumn for an iconic palette of fall colours and wood burner snuggles.
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.