Snowdonia Glamping Holidays & Snowdonia Shepherds Huts

Accommodation, Caravans / Campsites / Glamping, Features, Romance in Betws-y-Coed

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Snowdonia Glamping Holidays & Snowdonia Shepherds Huts

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Snowdonia Glamping Holidays offers a serene retreat, just outside the charming village of Betws-y-Coed. These beautifully transformed farm buildings provide a tranquil, yet luxurious escape, far removed from the clamor and stresses of everyday life. Owners Richard and Hazel have spared no expense in converting these structures into luxurious cottages that blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings. The meticulous attention to detail ensures a comfortable and stylish base from which to explore the majestic landscapes of Snowdonia and the picturesque North Wales Coast. This destination is ideal for those seeking a peaceful getaway in the heart of nature, with all the comforts of modern accommodations. Worth noting and very close by is the amazing ‘Go Below’ base which will transport you down into the slate quarries of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Not forgetting of course the world famous Zip World locations, three of which are right on your doorstep here.

Here in the picturesque Snowdonia National Park, the Shepherds Huts at Snowdonia Glamping Holidays offer a unique blend of off-grid living with modern comforts, making it a perfect retreat. These charming huts, crafted with care by owners Hazel and Richard, ensure a memorable stay with their dedication to guest comfort and sustainability. They are warm, comfortable and completely self-contained with their very own kitchen areas. A standout feature is a hut with even an in-built sauna, a rare luxury that is a first in my extensive travels across the British Isles and Ireland. The location is ideal, positioned close to North Wales's top attractions, yet the serene surroundings of Snowdonia really are an attraction in themselves. Whether you're looking for adventure or tranquility, believe me, these shepherd’s huts provide an excellent base to explore or simply unwind. Their appeal is undeniable, drawing guests back time and again.

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Contact Us

Plas Yn Rhos , Rhydlanfair,
Betws-y-Coed, Conwy , LL24 0SS

07759 352413

www.snowdonia-glamping.co.uk

[email protected]

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Snowdonia Glamping Holidays, Rhydlanfair, Betws-y-Coed, UK

Nearby Attractions

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Zip World Fforest

“Is it a bird? Is it a tree elf?” No, it’s actually the adrenaline filled adventure of a lifetime, amongst the lofty trees of the Conwy Valley.

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Walking in Conwy Valley & Denbighshire

Trefriw can be accessed from Conwy along the B5106. Trefriw is famous for the Woollen Mill which still weaves cloth today and exports all over the world.- well worth a

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Llyn Crafnant Lakeside Cafe & Fishery

Fish for Trout in Natural Surroundings in a Stunning North Wales ValleyLlyn Crafnant is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt spots in North Wales,

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Conwy Falls Forest Park

The spectacular Conwy Falls runs though the deep gorge of the Fairy Glenn, set in nearly 10 acres of SSSI designated ancient forest. Laced with paths, viewpoints and glades,

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Ffin y Parc Country House & Gallery

Ffin y Parc has two luxury holiday cottages ideally situated inside the Snowdonia National Park, close to Betws y Coed and within easy reach of breathtaking mountain walks and miles of wide

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Tŷ Hyll - The Ugly House

Shrouded in mystery, Ty Hyll (the Ugly House) is some 3 miles west of Betws-y-Coed, on the A5 towards Capel Curig.Its origins allegedly go back to 1475,