Glamping in South Wales

Glamping in South Wales for the best night life or wild life

Home to Wales’ characterful capital city - Cardiff - glamping in South Wales means you can jump easily into the vibrant arts and music scenes that run throughout the region. If you’re after more peaceful pursuits for your South Wales glamping experience, there’s a vast amount of natural pursuits and peaceful activities along the coast, or in the more urban areas. 

Book a glamping pod with Wigwam® Holidays for the perfect base to make the most of the night life or the wild life that South Wales has to offer. 

Brecon

Situated on the border of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Mid Wales. We have the ideal base for our guests to explore this exciting landscape. Our site is just off Aberyscir Hill, a few miles to the west of the market town of Brecon.

Builth Wells

Wigwam® Holidays Builth Wells – gorgeous glamping in Powys, Mid-Wales!

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Glamping in South Wales for bracing coastal walks and rich Welsh history

Coastal walks abound in the South of Wales, in the jaw dropping beauty that is the Pembrokeshire and Glamorgan coasts and no coastal walker should ever miss the incredibly Gower Peninsula - dotted with ruined castles and beaches such as Pobbles Bay, and the exhilarating cliff top walk to Rhossili Bay or Worm’s Head makes for a thrilling day of sea air. 

You can’t escape the depth of history in South Wales (and why would you want to?) The From the ruined hilltop forts of the Tywi Valley and the remaining Roman forts in the walls of Cardiff Castle and the final resting place of Wales’ patron saint at St. David’s Cathedral. 

South Wales is also home to some of the UKs most stunning gardens, Colby Woodland Garden, the National Botanic Garden of Wales and the Grade I listed Edwardian gardens of Dyffren Gardens to name a few.

Culture, tradition, fun and thrills while glamping in South Wales

For a truly unique way to see the sights of Taf Fechan valley and reservoir, hop on the traditional steam train or take a tour through the Big Pit National Museum. 

With Cardiff named as the UK’s first ‘music city’ there’s lots of live music to experience, and Swansea boasts a rich music scene too with venues such as Sin City catering to all music tastes.

If fun and frolics is what you’re after, then look no further than a game of Footgolf in Swansea or book into the Taff Valley Quad Biking centre for some thrills.

Glamping hot tubs in South Wales

Whatever you have planned, glamping in South Wales will be a rewarding holiday and after a busy day of sightseeing and fun, you can head home to your glamping hot tub at Wigwam® Holidays Brecon for some rest and relaxation in the great outdoors.

Get more from your holiday while glamping in South Wales with this useful article.