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Glamping in Snowdonia
Holidu offers you the most natural and comfortable stays you can get in Snowdonia. You will find several glamping accommodations located in North-Wales, Porthmadog, in the Conwy Region, Cwm Penmachno, Tanygrisiau and Gwynedd. Ideal for quiet in the heart of nature and the most impressive landscapes in Wales.Dare to live a few days in the Land of the Eagle
To arrive at a dream destination and live an experience that becomes unforgettable you need to get the perfect stay, and that's what Holidu gives you. In Snowdonia, that means the Land of the Eagle, you can choose from several glamping sites according to your budget, the size of your group or family and your requirements. If you travel as a couple you will find cosy glamping for two, which can also be ideal for solo travellers. Cosy and cool stone walled dwellings, with traditional Welsh architecture, wood decoration and good-size rooms to enjoy all together. Sit by the fireplace, and have your breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen. Enjoy the lovely green gardens and park your car outside.
Travellers and activities
A large part of Snowdonia has been designated as a Special Protection Area for birds, which gives you an idea of what you can see around in this natural area. Just by looking up, you can enjoy the variety of birds that greet you with their tweets. In addition, the natural forests that shelter this city are an attraction for nature lovers. It is one of the wettest parts of the UK, so the climate is ideal for a hot drink while enjoying the scenery or a hot chocolate when you get back to your glamping accommodation!Snowdonia for culture lovers
Museums and railways tell the story of Snowdonia to visitors. These include the National Slate Museum, the Conwy Valley Railway, the Mountain Art Museum, and the Galeri Harlech. Most of these are devoted to the preservation and display of relics area.
Did you know Snowdonia National Park is the third most visited national park in England?
Top 7 travel tips in Snowdonia
Almost anyone can climb Mount Snowdon, it requires little effort although it is a steep climb. There are several areas for visitors to rest on the way up. Enjoy the climb and take in the gorgeous views around you.2. Llyn Idwal is the ideal walking route
Some people love to hike and this is a short, low gradient route, perfect for the whole family. Enjoy a day out and get in touch with nature, breathing fresh air, keeping active and taking pictures of the beautiful scenery. Children and adults can have a lovely time together and enjoy this stroll throughout the year, and see how the scenery changes every season.3. Visit the summit of Y Garn
Another steep Snowdonia climb is Y Gran, a must-do and easy walk that will give you a spectacular view when you reach the top, from where you can see Lake Idwal and the Ogwen. Take a moment to admire the impressive views and capture the moment with your lense!4. The beauty of a lake that looks like it was drawn by a painter
Those who have visited Bala Lake, say that it is the most beautiful lake in the world. This is the biggest lake in Snowdonia. With deep and clear waters, it is a safe place for swimming. In the summer you can see children and families enjoying a dip in the water, playing games and having fun. The width of the lake is about 1 mile and it has easy access from the road. You can picnic and enjoy a wonderful sunset and then relax on its shore or bathe in its waters.5. Llanberis Pass
With viewpoints along the way, the Llanberis Pass road is a Snowdonia attraction in itself. You can travel it on foot or by car, stopping to take in the masterful, natural and unforgettable scenery6. You won't believe the majesty of the twin lakes Padarn and Peris
At the end of the Llanberis Pass road you reach the twin lakes Padarn and Peris, where you can stop to admire them and take in the beauty of this spot. Have a lovely stroll, take a picnic with you and enjoy a great day out in nature.7. Don't miss Swallow Falls and Pistyll Rhaedr
Although Snowdonia is not known for its waterfalls, it does have them and they are beautiful. The most popular are Swallow Falls and Pistyll Rhaeadr, Britain’s tallest single-drop waterfall. This is a great place to explore the Berwyn Mountains and the hills around. You will find several paths and a variety of walks suitable for different abilities.