From the peaks of Snowdonia to the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula, Wales is a fantastic family glamping holiday destination, with plenty to keep everyone busy. Full of stunning coastline, gorgeous countryside and historic castles, Wales is a country made for exploring the great outdoors.
Explore Snowdonia National Park, where there are opportunities to go hiking, sailing, white water rafting and kayaking. Learn to surf at the spectacular beaches on the Gower Peninsula or explore the amazing museums of Cardiff and Swansea on a rainy day. And for a real adrenaline rush, visit Zip World in Blaenau Ffestiniog to sail down zip lines over mountainsides and quarries.
Take a day trip to the beautiful island of Anglesey or a boat trip out to sea to spot whales and dolphins. Or visit one of the country’s many spectacular castles to immerse the family in some history for the day. Wales is full of fantastic restaurants and cafes, meaning even the hungriest members of the family will be kept happy!
Glamping allows you to make the most of Wales and the amazing landscape by putting you right in the centre of it. Our recommended glamping companies – Ready Camp, CoolStays and Canopy and Stars offer all the luxuries of home with little extras thrown in to create special family holidays.
Ready Camp in Wales
Wales has it all when holidaying in the great outdoors; think wildlife, mountain tops, coastlines and rolling hilltops. But where to start? Snowdonia National Park is perfect for jaw- dropping scenery and thrilling activities.
In our book, camping holidays are all about fun, adventure, and spending quality time together in the great outdoors. And for those times when you want a little more comfort from your camping experience, we’ve created Ready Camp - our superb collection of family- sized safari tents.
Let’s make 2020 your year of discovery. Whether you want to explore somewhere new or re- visit an old favourite, unzip a brand-new holiday experience with Ready Camp. All you need is a sense of adventure.
Bala, Wales (from £30 per night) – A lovely campsite, Bala glampers wake up to glorious mountains and lake views. Close to Snowdonia National Park, a canvas wrapped safari tent is the perfect base before you ascend to the mountains peak.
Cardigan Bay (from £30 per night) – Stand on top of a hilltop looking out over the vast ocean, just the start to the stunning landscape across the coves and beaches of West Wales. Sailing ships and sea life are often spotted at these shores, adding to this magical destination.