Glamping in Conwy is always a treat with coast, countryside, and the gargantuan mountains of Snowdonia National Park.
If setting up your own tent, sleeping on rough ground, and cooking on the campfire sounds like a hassle rather than a holiday to you, glamping in Conwy may be the way to go. Whether you fancy a bell tent, yurt, or shepherd’s hut, you should be able to find it here. Stay in any of these and you’ll enjoy the halfway house between true camping and a self-catering cottage stay. In fact, some of the most luxurious glamping sites might offer something more akin to a hotel stay—beds may be made for you, toiletries provided, and meals delivered to your door. Some sites are sociable places with a few glamping units together for a more traditional campsite atmosphere, while others are little boltholes tucked away on their own, perfect for a romantic stay or a quiet getaway. And even better, when the majority of campsites have closed their gates for the winter season, many of Conwy’s glamping sites remain open. Insulated walls, log burners, and the like mean that glamping can extend the camping season and even make it a year-round activity.