For camping holidays in Wales, Snowdonia Hideaway offers a rare opportunity to be immersed in nature with spectacular views, a warm welcome from the family, and low numbers on site. We are only open for a few weeks of the year, so best to book ahead. Set on our smallholding in the South of Snowdonia National Park, the meadow has the perfect location close to the beaches of Tywyn and Aberdyfi and within easy reach of historic sites, outdoor activities and walking. The meadow is set just above the Tal y Llyn Railway so you will see and hear the gentle ‘woowoo’ of the steam train in the day. We think it’s rather a special place, like something out of an Enid Blighton novel, so we’d like to share it with you. We graze the meadow for part of the year and bale it in late summer, so make sure you book your space early to avoid dissapointment.

“Great location, views to die for, very helpful hosts” Tara W

Tucked away down a farm track but in easy reach of the pub, town and attractions, our meadow is perfect for a romantic wild escape or family glamping adventure in North Wales. Close to shops, cinema, castles, outdoor activities, crafts and more. Book a massage with your host while you’re here or receive an organised retreat schedule.

We’re surrounded by breath taking mountain scenery and very close to Cader Idris and a variety of good hikes, mountain biking and restaurants. Guests are blown away by the views of the Cambrian Coast and sunsets over the sea, and the uninterrupted views of Cadair Idris. They also love the tranquillity as well as the many activities and attractions nearby.

Our bell tents and camping is are spread across 3 acres, offering you a peaceful, back to nature experience. To book the bell tent please click here.

To book the tipi tent or if you’d like to bring your own tent, please click here to book.

Family glamping in Snowdonia availability

Included with bell tent: Crockery, cutlery and utensils, fire pit with a basket of wood, cool box and washing up bowl, saucepans, frying pan, mugs and glasses, picnic table, tea towel and sponge, drinking water, toilet rolls and hand wash, double bed with duvet and pillows, two camp beds, a gas hob, and a solar lantern, access to shower room with hot running water, and amazing sunsets and stars.

What to bring: linen for the double bed, bedding for children/adults sleeping on the camp beds, food and drink, tin foil, torches, matches, warm waterproof clothing, wellies and warm socks, extra blankets, swimming things, hot water bottles, towels, picnic rug, camp chairs

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