Our glamping accommodation in Wales’ Snowdonia National Park is in an amazing location near Barmouth and Dolgellau. Glamping guests are blown away by the tranquility and scenery of the Mawddach estuary and Snowdonia mountains as well as the many activities and attractions nearby. Perfect for a romantic retreat or family adventure – our yurts, Welsh Caban and bell tent are cosy whatever the weather. We welcome well behaved dogs too.
Choose from different glamping experiences at Graig Wen depending on the time of year:
Glamping in the Glade
In a secret silver birch glade just off the beaten track from the main camp site you can stay in one of three yurts or the Welsh Caban. The accommodation feels private although you will see your fellow glampers through trees. You are close to the washing facilities and can park by your accommodation.
Open March – October
Hidden away in the woods and meadows of our wilder, tent camping fields there is a simply furnished bell tent and – new for 2017 – a pop-up yurt. Secluded and away from it all, you will have an eco-loo nearby but it’s a long walk back uphill to other facilities. Parking is a few minutes walk in the campers’ car park but when you check in / out we can give you a lift in our off road vehicle.
Open May – September
Winter Glamping – New for 2017!
During the colder months, our two new pop-up yurts will be sited on the upper part of the camp site complete with electricity and washing facilities practically en suite. You will have woodburning stoves as well as electricity for extra heat, lighting, and to make your morning cuppa. The small, sheltered site has big estuary views and your neighbours will be the odd out of season camper van or caravan.
Open March – April and October – December. Closed January and February.
Look at our Site Maps page and you will see the locations of the yurts marked on the Summer Map and Spring/Autumn maps.
“There’s no doubt that Graig Wen enjoys one of the best glamping locations in the whole of Wales”Cool Camping's Glamping Getaways