Restored Wagon for a Glamping Getaway near the Beach in Llangrannog, WalesLlangrannog, Wales (United Kingdom)
Restored Wagon for a Glamping Getaway near the Beach in Llangrannog, Wales
This lovingly restored wagon boasts a wonderful location on eight acres of countryside in Llangrannog, Wales, and is perfect for a glamping getaway. The wagon was built in 1946 and boasts a history of travel and fortune telling. There is a private bedroom with a double bed that offers a cozy spot for a peaceful sleep. Next door, glampers will find a private bathroom with modern amenities and linen and towels are provided.
In the charming living area of the wagon, glampers can enjoy comfort and entertainment. There is a TV, seating, and a dining nook and when glampers get hungry, the equipped kitchen comes with everything needed to whip up a meal. Additionally, there is a cast iron stove and heating. Wi-Fi is available in the lobby.
Outside, the gravel patio features a table with chairs and there is a barbecue for afternoon cookouts.
This holiday rental offers conveniences that will make any discerning glamper feel comfortable during their stay. With amenities such as a cast iron stove, linen, towels, and heating, glampers will enjoy the creature comforts of home.
For entertainment, there is a television, while outdoors, glampers will find a picturesque garden and gravel patio with a dining area and a barbecue.
- 1 Double bed
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
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Location & Surroundings
Llangrannog, Wales (United Kingdom)
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- National Park
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
This idyllic part of Cardigan Bay offers glampers an array of things to do, see, and experience while on holiday in Wales. The Ceredigion Coastal Path is a popular walk when the tide is in and begins at the Patio Cafe. The walk ascends along the coastline and offers beautiful views from Lochtyn Head where glampers may be lucky enough to spot the Cardigan Bay bottlenose dolphins. Additionally, Cilborth Bay is home to Carreg Bica, a landmark that is said to be the tooth of the giant named Bica. This Bay is also very popular for surfers and offers great conditions for this water sport.
The towns of Cardigan Bay are easily accessed and boast vibrant communities with cozy pubs and restaurants.