Luxury off-grid Anglesey glamping at its most blissfully untamed, set in the adventurous heart of the North Wales countryside.
Getting closer to nature, creating adventures and reconnecting with loved ones - including the dog - way off the beaten track in lush countryside doesn't come finer than a stay at Wonderfully Wild!
You'll experience the best of both land and sea during your stay, as the site is located near the charming seaside town of Beaumaris, as well as offering the perfect opportunity to explore the North Wales countryside in all its invigorating glory. Breathtaking views of Snowdonia National Park await you as you arrive, with Mount Snowdon visible on the horizon to prepare you for a whole new world of exhilarating adventure.
Return after endlessly thrilling days out, to a spacious, welcoming and homely lodge that sleeps up to six people, packed with everything you need to enjoy a cosy stay surrounded by nature's opulence.
Each of the six lodges are delightfully free of WiFi and electricity, meaning you can enjoy reconnecting with your loved ones as you chat about life, love and everything in between - maybe excitedly planning your next holiday adventure in the process!
The lodges are lit by oil and battery lamps, with romantic candlelight for outdoor use. Heat for warmth and cooking is provided by a log burning range cooker and stove, so there's no need to worry about keeping cosy in colder weather.
Inside each lodge, you'll find three peaceful sleeping areas with comfily-dressed beds just waiting for your arrival. A well-equipped kitchen, complete with cool box, is the perfect setting for preparing a slap-up holiday breakfast to remember, and as this is luxury glamping at its best you'll even discover your own private shower with piping hot water and a toilet...so no queuing in the middle of the night for a communal composting loo!
New to the site too is the excellent addition of two hot tubs, which can be booked for guests to use - the ultimate in relaxation!
All you need to do now is choose your favourite lodge. Castan is positioned on a raised platform and overlooks a tranquil stream, whispering trees and some of the best countryside views you'll ever see. Sit back and watch swallows dive across endless golden sunsets from the decking area, glass of bubbles in hand.
Onnen overlooks the Conwy valley, with fresh field and stream views. You'll also find a cosy sleeping cupboard that's ever-popular with younger explorers.
If you're looking for a little more seclusion, Jacmor is your perfect sanctuary. Restore the wind in your sails and contemplate your next creative project in your heavenly countryside corner.
Derw, positioned on flat, friendly ground, is the most accessible of the lodges, offering amazing countryside views.
The site will also feature a new wood fired hot tub and two more brand new lodges for 2017, with views over the Menai Straits towards the Great Orme and around to Mount Snowdon.
You're guaranteed plenty of opportunity for fun during your stay, with North Wales a thriving hub of outdoor activity from scaling Mount Snowdon (why not try and spot your lodge from the top?) to a range of adventures including climbing, rafting, surfing...and the infamous Zip World close by.
If you're looking for a more relaxing activity, why not head for the beach, embark on a pleasure cruise to Puffin Island, or take a trip to ancient Beaumaris Castle?
Whatever you're looking for, it's time to gather up your loved ones, plan your escape from tame everyday life and get Wonderfully Wild for a while... your sense of fun, freedom and adventure won't regret it!
Things to note
Minimum 3 nights stay, towels should be brought, check-in time is 4pm, pets are permitted upon prior arrangement at an additional charge of £20 per dog, parking is in a nearby car park with wheelbarrows provided to transport belongings, open fires are not permitted, travel cots can be supplied at £15 per stay, no WiFi available in lodges.
Tried and tested
"Robin and Victoria have thought of everything. The Lodges are fantastic. The Caban is a great touch and so handy for the extra wood, milk etc
you may need. The weather was certainly a bit wild but that didn't stop us
having a wonderful time. The peace, quiet and lovely countryside made for a
perfect relaxing break - I even read a book which I've not done in a long time,
and spending quality family time was great. Brody our Border Terrier loved
having the run of the field and was so upset when he came home. So, we will
definitely be back! We have recommended it to my friends and family as it's
such a special find! Loved every moment..thank you so much."
"From the minute I saw the "tents" as we approached I
knew we were going to love it. Victoria and Robin have done an absolutely
amazing job at furnishing and kitting out the tents with everything we needed.
The adventure of having no electricity and normal lighting was like being a kid
again. The added bonus is there's a hot shower and flushing toilet. (Just my
sort of camping). We will definitely be back and I can't stop telling all my
friends about our fantastic stay."
"Had an amazing short break, the lodges were very well equipped,
extremely comfortable and very clean. The children loved the freedom playing in
the field and in the stream. Victoria and Robin are extremely attentive and
ensured our stay was comfortable. We would highly recommend it and most
certainly will be back."
Region: Beaumaris, Anglesey
Cost (from): £450 (3 nights)
Sleeps: Up to 6 per lodge
Minimum stay: 3 nights
Property ref: 367
Lodges sleep up to 6, 3 bedroom areas, double bed, double cabin bed, 2 single beds, bedding provided, private bathroom, shower cubicle, fully equipped kitchen, cold box, dining table & chairs, log burning range, daily wood supply, twin gas hob, oil/battery lamps, candles, fire pit, outdoor deck.
Climbing, rafting, surfing, mountain biking, rib riding, canoeing, zip world, beaches, walks, hiking, horse riding, aquarium, farms, museums, treetop adventure, castles.
At a glance
- Six luxury off-grid glamping lodges, each sleeping up to six people, set in Anglesey countryside that overlooks Snowdonia National Park, close to the seaside town of Beaumaris.
- Easily accessed by road. A separate car park is available, along with wheelbarrows for luggage transportation.
- Linen is provided for beds (except cots). Please bring your own bath and beach towels. There is also a small on-site shop for essentials.
- Close to a wide range of outdoor activity including mountain climbing, rafting, surfing and zip-wiring. There is a beach nearby, along with plenty of local sightseeing attractions.