Brook Cottage Shepherd Huts – North Wales

Brook Cottage Shepherd Huts are located on the glorious Llŷn Peninsula near the border of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales offering a quiet rural retreat in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with uninterrupted far-reaching views to Yr Eifl (The Rivals) mountains.

Nestled within a wildflower meadow overlooking a private lake, each of our five handcrafted traditional huts offers all the luxury of a 5-star experience, whilst at the same time allowing you to really switch off, relax and connect with nature. Our huts come complete with en-suite shower room, double bed, fully fitted kitchen, tables and chairs (both inside and out) for quiet, intimate dinners and a wood-burning stove to make those chilly evenings extra cosy. Perfect for couples seeking that very special private getaway… and you can even bring your four-legged friend too*! Brook Cottage Shepherd Huts is exclusively adults only, so sorry, no children… after all, even parents need a break to spend uninterrupted quality time together. So why not enjoy a romantic getaway and indulge in happy warm memories over a bottle of something chilled! Our small family of traditional handcrafted huts includes two Gypsy huts, two Poachers huts and a single Shepherds hut. Each has its own individual character with an elegant, eclectic, bespoke interior designed to give you a truly unique experience. Brook Cottage Shepherd Huts are based just a stone’s throw from the seaside town of Pwllheli, you’re in the perfect location for exploring the Llŷn Peninsula, Snowdonia National Park and the stunning Welsh coastline. We also have some of the very best fishing of anywhere in the UK.


Glanusk Caravan Park is situated in the heart of the Glanusk Estate in Crickhowell, Powys and is a totally unique and very special location for Caravans, Campervans, Motorhomes, Touring Vehicles and Camping, making it an ideal base for exploring Mid Wales, the iconic Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. Glanusk Caravan Park has 50 pitches equipped to accommodate caravans, motorhomes, campervans, touring vehicles and tents, with a high quality amenity block equipped with disabled facilities and hair dyers as well as a separate dish washing area and WiFi.

We want our guests to enjoy the amazing tranquility of one of Wales’ largest privately owned Estates and your stay at our Caravan Park will allow you to experience an area of the Estate that is neither overlooked or surrounded by anything but nature, flora and fauna. Glanusk Caravan Park has easy access off the B4558 (Cwm Crawnon Road) and is only 2 miles from the unique town of Crickhowell, winner of the 2019 UK High Street of the Year Award.  The Caravan Park is easy to find and offers plenty to do during your stay either at the Estate or in the surrounding areas.  Well behaved dogs are also welcome too.

At Camping Wild Wales visit for a short or longer stay, bring your own shelter, see those Stars and hear that Sea. Leave the tarmac behind and feel this earth. You may be walking on the nearby Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and want to pitch up somewhere without losing that zest, or perhaps just want somewhere to park up and explore the network of footpaths and those little coves and sandy beaches, knowing you can settle down at night under the wide open skies.

If you are a family, then that’s fine too. You can teach your children your own brand of campcraft without the worry of that warden with the badge, and be near the finest beaches. And with spacious facilities at Camping Wild Wales we endeavour to be as child and family friendly as possible.  And if you’re considering Coasteering or Surfing,  Kayaking or Boat Trips to the islands then this is the adrenaline coast for you:  now even with cliff diving championship credentials. Yes, From St. David’s Head to Strumble Head,  From Carn Llidi to Garn Fawr, From Abereiddy and The Blue Lagoon to Abermawr and The Bluebell Wood:  AryMwny sits here on a gentle hillside with a stunning view,  far from that madding crowd,   close to Carreg Samson,  The Cromlech by Pen Castell-Coch,  on this north Pembrokeshire coastline.

Hillend Caravan and Camping park are located in Llangennith on the Gower peninsula, Britain’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The campsite consists of 4 fields totalling 14 acres of level meadow which can accommodate up to 300 tents and motor homes. Two of the fields are for families and couples only, and all are within 200m of the magnificent Rhossili Bay.

Hillend Caravan and Camping park are located on the Gower peninsula, Britain’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty, which extends 20km westwards from the City of Swansea. The peninsula is an ageless delight, with its landscape of cosy villages, farms, castle ruins and common land, bounded by 40km of incredible coastline and world renowned beaches. Situated on the western edge of the peninsula, you will find the most breath taking of all Gower’s beaches, Rhossili Bay. From Worm’s head in the south, to the tidal islet of Burry Holmes to the north, the 3 mile sweep of golden sands is a constant reminder of the splendour of Gower. It is here, at the foot of Rhossili Down, 200m from the beach, embraced by farm and moorland and an extensive sand dune system, that you will find Hillend.

Trwyn yr Wylfa Campsite meaning watching point when translated is exactly what the name suggests! Set on a farm with a stunning sea view and mountains the North Wales site has been featured in the Guardian’s top 20 coastal sites 2018 and iweekend 2019 plus nominated for campsite of the year in The Great Outdoors magazine 2018.

Winners of Campsites popular Choice Wales, 2018. Trwyn yr Wylfa is set within Snowdonia National Park and only 10 min drive into Conwy. Surrounded with glorious sea view and mountains it is truly a stunning place. Relax and watch the sailing boats along the sea or turn around and face the fabulous Welsh mountains with the sheep and the carneddau ponies roaming along the mountains. Fantastic walks direct from site on to the North Wales coastline. The site accepts caravans, motor homes, tents, campervans and trailer tents. The toilet block have hot water and showers- and has separate ladies, gents toilets as well a 2 family and accessible shower rooms. There is also a dish washing area, chemical disposal point, a recycling collection area and a large playing field for ball games. Trwyn yr Wylfa Campsite is a great location for exploring Snowdonia, North Wales and only 2 miles from the famous walled town of Conwy. Set between the outskirts of the beautiful village of Dwygyfylchi and the quarry village of Penmaenmawr both villages have pubs, shops, restaurants and take away’s all within within walking distance of the site. Enjoy a walk to beach and cycle routes from site and a paradise for walkers as you can walk direct along from site along the North Wales coastal path.


Aberafon campsite, caravan site and holiday cottage are situated on the Llyn peninsula, Snowdonia with all other North Wales major attractions close by, the site adjoins a private beach which is safe for bathing and there is access for boat launching.

There are 15 acres of valley grounds, 5 acres of which are sheltered, level pitches. The surroundings are altogether delightful, with panoramic views and seascape, which lend themselves to a peaceful atmosphere for relaxation and is ideal for children. There is very good sea and river fishing available in the locality, also excellent mountain and coastal walks. Aberafon campsite is at the foot of the mountain (Gyrn Goch) 1,500ft., also near the Yr Eifl mountains which sweep majestically down to the sea. The hamlet of Gyrn Goch is on the A499 road and lies 10 miles south of Caernarfon and 9 miles north of Pwllheli. It is adjacent to the Llyn Peninsula and the whole of Snowdonia and in easy reach of all of North and Mid Wales.

Newspapers, Groceries, Offlicence and Petrol at Clynnogfawr – 1.2 miles
Asda and Somerfield at Pwllheli – Market day Wednesday – 9 miles
Tesco and Morrisons at Caernarfon – Market day Monday – 10 miles
Train stations at Bangor and Pwllheli. Bus stop near campsite entrance.
Cycle and foot path from the campsite to Clynnogfawr and Trefor.
There are many local footpaths and cycle tracks.

Dan-yr-Ogof Campsite where you can throw your cares away for a while, as you sit and relax by the campsite river pathways set in the Swansea valley and stunning Brecon Beacons. At Dan yr Ogof campsite watch our gushing mountain river dodging past massive glacial boulders as it flows swiftly through our site on its journey down our valley to the sea, just 20 miles away.

If your holiday expectations include climbing magnificent mountains, walking behind raging waterfalls, exploring mysterious gorges, or even visiting a castle clinging to the top of a cliff, then you could not find a better holiday base for your caravan, motor home, or tent. There are many excellent restaurants close to the site for your evening meals. Dan yr Ogof Campsite is also situated in the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. Our site, together with the toilet block facilities, have been completely redesigned and renovated over the past 2 years. You can also visit Dan-yr-Ogof showcaves offering ten attractions all included in the one entry ticket, and there is plenty to see and do for all ages. There are 3 different showcaves including Dan-yr-Ogof, Cathedral Cave and Bone Cave each offering a unique underground experience. In Dan-yr-Ogof showcaves you walk through the beautifully decorated passageways for just under 1 kilometre; in Cathedral Cave you walk through its enormous caverns, carved out millions of years ago, and at the end of this cave experience the excitement of walking behind the 40 feet high waterfalls that cascade around you in the ‘Dome of St Paul’s’, an atmospheric end to a truly wonderful cave; and in Bone Cave learn why 42 human skeletons were buried here, and how our ancestors used caves all those years ago. 

Tyn Cornel Campsite is a relaxing campsite with easy access to the best Snowdonia National Park has to offer, the picturesque setting and high standard of facilities means we cater for everyone. If you’re looking for a relaxing campsite with easy access to the best Snowdonia National Park has to offer, Tyn Cornel Campsite fits the bill.

We’re 4 miles from Bala, nestled on the banks of the River Tryweryn in the foothills of the Arenig Mountains. The picturesque setting and high standard of facilities means we cater for everyone – whether you’re after level hardstanding for your caravan or motorhome, electric hook-up for your family tent with space for the kids to play, or a peaceful grassy spot with a picnic bench and fire pit. Wifi is free and we welcome dogs too. For those of you who like low-hassle camping and a bit of extra comfort, we have glamping options in the form of two unique Lotus Belle Tents and two Riverside Pods. Luxury camping for couples in a secluded corner of the Tyn Cornel campsite.  All you need is provided in our beautifully shaped glamping tents. Or, comfortable, heated pods with electricity, a great view of the river and plenty of room for a family of 4. If you’re after some river action – kayaking, canoeing or whitewater rafting – you can’t beat our location.  Tyn Cornel Camping gives you access to white water just a few metres from your pitch and a lovely riverside walk takes you from the campsite to the popular National White Water Centre in just five minutes. The outdoor adventure needn’t stop at the riverbank though. If you like hill walking, mountain biking, road cycling or rock climbing the fun is close by. If you enjoy exploring at a more sedate pace, there is plenty to do within easy reach. The market town of Bala and the beautiful Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) are only 4 miles away from the campsite. The North Wales coastline, with its gorgeous award-winning beaches, is also nearby and you’ll find it hard to choose which castle or narrow-gauge railway to visit first.

Willow Springs Campsite offer simple facilities in a quiet, peaceful location in Port Talbot, South Wales. Willow Springs campsite is located next to the 64,000 sq km forestry known as Afan Forest which is among the top 10 mountain bike tracks in the world.

Willow Springs campsite is perfectly located to explore the whole of South and Mid Wales, from Cardiff, to The Gower, The Brecon Beacons and West Wales. Our closest beach is only a short drive away. Willow Springs Campsite is ideal for a quiet retreat, or keen mountain and road bikers, ramblers, horse riders, stargazers and families of all ages – with abundant wildlife and panoramic vistas to help you unwind. We offer a choice of camping options including 10 private, individual pitches (with hardstands/parking) and three cosy glamping shepherd huts; Clover, Daisy and Nutmeg. At Willow Springs we welcome camper vans, tents, trailer tents, motorhomes (up to 25ft) and day vans. Our bathroom facilities comprise of three individual bathrooms (two of which are family size) with hot showers, pedestal basins and flushing toilets which are constantly cleaned and always well looked after. Our campsite runs on fresh spring water, which is run through a UV system to ensure we deliver the finest Welsh spring water to you. We know it was important that our washing up facilities were undercover as well as the recycling area. Recently a 25ft Rain/sun/wind shelter was introduced overlooking the magnificent landscape of the valley, where you can just simply get together, prepare your meals on your gas stoves and enjoy the views. We have just launched our Solar Laundry/Drying Room to take care of those rainy days. We have tried to think of everything to make your stay as comfortable and as memorable as we can and look forward to seeing you.