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Romantic Getaway Pod with a Private Hot Tub in Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales
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Pet-Friendly Glamping Getaway with a Private Hot Tub in Carmarthenshire, Wales

Glamping in Wales

Interested in the best places to go camping in the UK? Discover glamping in Wales and experience just what you've been missing out on here. Holidays in Wales will be a treat for first-time or veteran glampers and with our camping rentals which range from cozy bell tents in Jameston to authentic yurts in Snowdonia, guests will be able to enjoy the scenery and many things to do in Wales as soon as they wake up. Why visit Wales? The landscape is a good place to start; the geography of Wales is an intriguing and varied one which boasts valleys, hills, mountains, and also some of the best beaches in the UK! In fact, Wales has over 1,650 miles of coastline and that means that families and couples looking at holidays in Wales might be spoiled for choice when looking for the best beaches in Wales. It's not just the terrain in Wales that glampers will have to look forward to, however. Welsh culture and identity is a big part of what makes this country so special and it's good to remember that both Welsh and English are official languages here. Like Scotland and Ireland, Wales has strong Celtic roots and was even once a part of the Roman Empire! There will be plenty of opportunities to find out more about the intriguing history of Wales during your stay here but one of the best ways to get to grips with the country is to go glamping! Wales is home to some world-renowned national parks and where better to unwind and get out and into the crisp fresh air than destinations such as Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdonia, and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Camping in Wales makes for a truly unique experience and a chance to explore one of the best places to visit in the UK this year. Give the kids and the whole family a trip of a lifetime and experience the best getaways in Wales this year.

Things to do in Wales outdoors

As mentioned, Wales is home to three stunning national parks including Snowdonia, one of the three biggest mountains in the UK. Its wild and rugged terrain has made Wales one of the best adventure destinations in Europe and glampers will be able to enjoy a large variety of activities; adventure holidays in Wales include everything from skydiving to surfing! So where exactly are the best places to visit in Wales for adrenaline junkies and outdoor enthusiasts? During your affordable getaways in Wales, guests can continue to keep spending to a minimum with some of these outdoor activities: go geocaching in the Brecon Beacons! For family-friendly activities in Wales, geocaching is a fantastic way to get the whole family together and enjoy a day in the great outdoors in Wales where the children can stay engaged! When the kids are tired of that, go dolphin watching in Cardigan Bay and give them a memorable day out with the chance to see some of the world's most amazing animals. Interested in glamping near Swansea? Holidays here are another fantastic opportunity for couples and families to make the most of their summer holidays in Wales by visiting Rhossili Beach in Swansea! Camping near here is a great idea for those who want to keep spending to a minimum. However, for more active pursuits, Wales also has so much to offer to keep adrenaline at an all-time high. One such way to do that is by skydiving over the Gower Peninsula; from as high as 12,000 ft, thrill-seekers can come plummeting back down to earth in what will be a truly unforgettable experience! If you would prefer to stay at ground level, there's a never-ending selection on offer there too. Discover the best surf spots in Wales when you visit Glamorgan, Llantwit Major, and Pembrokeshire. The best hiking trails in Wales can't be ignored either and it's right here where glampers can test their resolve with the popular Welsh 3000's Challenge; hike to the top of Wales' 15 highest peaks, all of which sit at 3000 ft high!

The best of Wales attractions

It might surprise many people, however, Wales is in fact a must-visit destination for many of the best beaches in Europe! Summer holidays near Cardiff and getaways from Swansea this year are excellent ways to glamping near popular beaches in Wales that have to be seen to be believed. Wales attractions vary from location to location but guests should definitely consider visiting top beach destinations such as Tenby, Anglesey, Gower, Rosshili, Llandudno, Barmouth, and Aberystwyth! Camping near any of these destinations in our luxury cabin rentals, bell tents, and much more will set you up for a special weekend getaway in Wales. For an injection of history during glamping trips in Wales, it's good to know that Wales is home to around 600 different castles! Visit Cardiff Castle and Caernarfon Castle in particular for a look at some of the best medieval and well-preserved national landmarks in Wales. On the north coast of Wales, Conwy & Conwy Castle is another hot-spot for impressive views and more Welsh attractions in the surrounding town below the castle walls. If you're checking out our Snowdonia rentals and interested in national park camping in Wales, don't forget to visit Portmeirion! Based on the coast of Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, this mesmerizing attraction was originally built to resemble a small Italian fishing village and has since been used in many international series and films thanks to stunning architecture, gardens, and more.

When to visit Wales: weather

With more rainfall than England, Wales' weather can be unpredictable at times and glampers should expect the chance of sudden downpours in both summer and winter! With so many beautiful attractions and things to do, knowing the best time to visit is hugely important when it comes to glamping in Wales. When you're exploring top Welsh sites such as Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the last thing needed is an extreme downpour to scupper plans for the day. The weather in Wales, like much of the UK, is very seasonal and during the winter months of December to February, glampers should expect average temperatures of 6ºC. In summer months such as July, expect averages of 16ºC where beach days at Rosshili and Anglesey should be enjoyed to the maximum. However, it's generally accepted that the spring months of March through May are when you should visit Wales; see the flowers begin to bloom at more Wales attractions such as Bodnant Garden and witness Atlantic puffins crowd together at Skomer! No matter when you decide to book your holidays in Wales, glamping here will ensure unforgettable trips in the UK.

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