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Tan Y Bryn Glamping

· Llandudno Junction, Wales
14 acres
13 units
8 Glamping
5 Motorhome
Pod glamping with hot tubs between the mountains and the sea in North Wales

A location between Lladudno and Conwy, views of mountains and a setting in the countryside of North Wales – there’s a lot to recommend Tan Y Bryn Glamping. And that’s before we’ve started on the accommodation itself. Tan Y Bryn is home to five glamping pods; each a cosy, curvy little bolthole, sleeping two, with a hot tub outside. All of these things recommend the glamping here but that’s not all; past guests are recommending it too.

Each of these well-reviewed cedar wood pods is self contained. While they all share the same facilities and layout (a well-equipped kitchenette, a double bed, an en suite shower room and WC) they have individuality and personality too. Choose between the warm hues of Bonnie’s Retreat, the sunny tones of The Swallow’s Nest and the more natural ones of The Meadow. They sit together in a little paddock but each is semi private, with a low level fence surrounding the pod, its outdoor terrace, seating, fire pit, and hot tub.

While the glamping pods are a recent addition at Tan Y Bryn, the site has been welcoming touring caravans and tents since the 1970s (just five at a time and in a separate spot). It’s a tried and tested location. One of its charms is the opportunity to meet the horses who live here through a unique bookable extra. Off site, it’s not far to the mountains you can see from your hot tub. The edge of Snowdonia National Park is just past the walled old city of Conwy – which itself is three miles away. It’s a similar distance to seaside Llandudno and its famous pier which is overlooked by the headland and country park at Great Orme. That place is a known highlight for walking on this North Wales peninsula but there are lesser-known, inland ones straight from your pod too. Head for the Bryn Pydew obelisk for more great views across the area or to the nearby nature reserve, refuelling after at the local pub.

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Llandudno Junction, Wales, United KingdomTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jenny J.Joined in May 2022
8 Ratings · 6 reviews
Emma D.recommends
May 6, 2023
The Meadow
A lovely little holiday!
Would definitely recommend! The glamping pods were absolutely perfect - very clean, well maintained, and had everything we needed. The whole site was great, very clean and tidy. Each pod has it's own little area for the hot tub and firepit, and the views of the mountains and countryside were beautiful. The hosts were really friendly and attentive, welcomed us on arrival and were easily available to contact if we needed them. A wonderful short break and we shall be sure to visit again!
Paula W.recommends
February 25, 2023
Site 3 - Motorhome Pitch
We went in our camoervan stayed for 3 nights. Lovely peaceful and very very clean .Will definitely be back .Must say the ladies room toilet and shower were very clean and also they put in added extras .Will definitely be back
Louise N.recommends
November 3, 2022
Jay's Den
What a fantastic place. We loved staying here and will definitely look to make a return visit. The pods have everything you need and the surprise sweet treats were much appreciated!
Kayleigh G.recommends
October 17, 2022
Swallows Nest
Me and my partner stayed in the Swallows Nest pod and had an amazing three night stay. We were greeted by a lovely lady who told us all we needed to know. The pod itself was super comfortable and had all the necessary facilities needed with an added bonus of a welcome pack when we arrived. Shall definitely be returning to this site!!
Anne S.recommends
August 31, 2022
Jay's Den
We stayed in Jay's den, for 2 nights. A beautiful pod, with outdoor seating, fire pit and hot tub. The pod was well equipped, and white robes and towels were provided. A basket of goodies on our arrival was a lovely gesture. The setting was beautiful, with wonderful views across to the Great Orme. We would definately recommend Tan-y- Bryn.
Paul D.recommends
August 18, 2022
Cindy's Hideout
Nice location, close to coast. Well looked after and ran site with friendly hosts. The pod was excellent, really comfortable, spacious and well done out with everything you need (shower, toilet, microwave, hobs, TV, sofa, tables etc) and the outside part perfect with a fire pit, table & chairs (including cushions) and a very modern hot tub!
From the host
Tan Y Bryn Glamping is special place to escape overlooking the Welsh mountains and coast lines. We are an award winning site nestled in the heart of North Wales. We have eight beautifully finished luxury glamping pods, each with it's own private terrace and hot tub. Three of which are now VIP pods with incredible lighting bringing a sensational vibe to the terrace, with fairy lightings, hidden neon lights, flower walls and bar area, a night to remember watching the amazing sunsets . We have even provided wood fired pizza ovens, fire pit and rattan sofa to sit back and enjoy every second. Inside the pods , there is a luxurious double bed, sofa, kitchen, dining area, private bathroom with shower and even waffle robes to make your stay extra special. We're in close proximity to two of the best seaside towns in the UK. Just a short drive away, you can explore the Victorian town of Llandudno with it's famous pier. You can take a walk around the Great Orme (which you can see from your pod!), enjoy a cable car ride down, visit the beach and so much more. We're also very close to the Medieval town of Conwy where the famous Conwy castle sits. Conwy is quaint and charming with lots of independent shops, quality restaurants and the beautiful quayside.
Nearby attractions

Tan Y Bryn Glamping site is in the village of Bryn Pydew. The Bryn Pydew Nature Reserve is within walking distance and is a great place for walking and wildlife watching. A nearby obelisk, atop a hillside, is another good place to head for on walks as when you reach it there are far-reaching views. From there you will see some of the other places that are within day-tripping distance: Conwy and its castle (three miles), Colwyn Bay with its sandy beach (four miles) and Llandudno with its pier and the Great Orme headland. In the opposite direction and further off, you’ll catch a glimpse of Snowdonia’s mighty mountains. The edge of the national park is just past Conwy. Surf Snowdonia is a drive of about 25 minutes, Zip World is 35-minutes drive away. Anglesey is about the same distance.

Food and drink

The pods’ kitchenettes means cooking on site is easy and a welcome pack with some local goodies is provided for your arrival but for more supplies, things are within easy reach. Conwy has plenty of shops including supermarkets and there are lots of lovely places to eat out too. For somewhere to eat out that’s within walking distance, try The Queen’s Head: just over a mile away if you drive and less than that if you walk there across the nature reserve.

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