Hollow Oak Glamping
- Premier host
- Betws-yn-Rhos, County Conwy
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- Sleeps: 3 or 4 per hut
- Bedroom: 1 or 2 per hut
- Bathroom: 1 per hut
- Minimum stay: 2 nights
Hollow Oak Glamping comprises two lovingly bespoke wooden cabins, set on a peaceful and picture-perfect working farm.
Boasting a striking 16th century farmhouse, and an assortment of animals that include a herd of pedigree cattle, sheep, goats, and inquisitive hens and ducks, it’s hard to imagine a purer example of Welsh rural idyll.
Friendly owner Rheon grew up on the farm, where he now lives with his partner Lucy and their own family. A special and captivating place, there are even links with a medieval Welsh lord, and there is a rich abundance of local wildlife, whose sights and sounds are ridiculously easy to get lost in.
Keen to share these unique and much-loved surroundings with guests, Rheon hand-crafted each of the two cabins himself, from local larch and red cedar. Primed for relaxation and reconnection, you’ll find both beautifully positioned under a centuries-old, hollow-bottomed oak tree… from which the farm acquired its name!
Whichever you choose, you’ll find it equipped with underfloor heating, toasty double-glazed windows and a full-length glass door. Generous facilities include a well-equipped kitchen and a piping-hot shower, along with snuggly seating areas and scenic, soft-lit decking – perfect for catching those awe-inspiring sunsets.
Later, when the stars come out to play, wander along to the firepit area just by the stream. Add a mug of hot chocolate and some marshmallows for toasting, and you’re in heaven!Keep reading
At a glance
- Two lovingly bespoke, hand-crafted wooden cabins, set on a peaceful and historic working farm in North Wales, just outside the village of Betws yn Rhos.
- Along with a TV and Wi-Fi, both scenic cabins boast generous kitchen and shower facilities, underfloor heating, furnished decking for sunset-watching, and a streamside firepit area that’s ideal for toasting marshmallows under the stars.
- Cwt Iâr (Hen Hut) sleeps 2-3 guests, while Cwt Chwaden is perfect for a family, featuring a kingsize bed and a separate bunk room.
- The village is home to a shop, pub, and golf course. You can also explore the delights of the local area, with both Snowdonia National Park and the sweeping coast in easy reach.
- Family Friendly
Cwt Iâr (2-3 guests): underfloor heating, double bed with linen and blankets, plenty of under-bed storage, sofa bed with bedding, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, selection of games, coat hangers and hooks, LED lighting, reading lamps, bespoke kitchen with sink, induction hob, small oven, fridge-freezer, kettle, toaster, cafetiere, pots, plates, bowls, mugs, glasses, cutlery, utensils, tea-towels, supply of condiments. En-suite bathroom with enclosed shower, flushing WC, washbasin, heated towel rail, towels and toiletries. Double-glazed full-length door to decking with seating, barbecue, fairy-lights and lanterns, storage box for muddy boots.
Cwt Chwaden (4 guests): underfloor heating, kingsize bed and separate bunk room (single and small single beds) with linen and blankets, plenty of under-bed storage, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, selection of games, coat hangers and hooks, LED lighting, reading lamps, handmade wooden dining table and chairs, bespoke kitchen with sink, induction hob, oven, fridge-freezer, kettle, toaster, cafetiere, pots, plates, bowls, mugs, glasses, cutlery, utensils, tea-towels, supply of condiments. En-suite bathroom with enclosed shower, flushing WC, washbasin, heated towel rail, towels and toiletries. Double-glazed full-length door to decking with seating, barbecue, fairy-lights and lanterns, storage for muddy boots.
Also provided: firepit area with seating.
Farm tour, walking, cycling, ziplining, watersports, mountains, beaches, golf, historic sites, local pubs, shops, restaurants
Cwt Iâr (Hen Hut)
- Family Friendly
Cwt Chwaden (Duck Hut)
- Family Friendly
Perfect for a couple, Cwt Iâr (or Hen Hut in English) features homely, hen-themed interiors, and a sumptuous double bed topped with warm blankets. A sofa bed is on hand for any extra guests, and there’s Wi-Fi and a Smart TV for ridiculously snuggly evenings in.
Cwt Chwaden – Duck Hut – meanwhile, is a joyfully quirky family-sized cabin, equipped with a downy kingsize bed and a separate bunk room. Catch up together at the hand-made wooden dining table, unwind in front of the Smart TV, or break into a board game and challenge your competitive spirits!
You’re welcome to have a tour of the farm and meet the friendly, farm animals. At lambing time, there are also pet lambs to bottle-feed.
As you might imagine, there’s plenty to see and do for lovers of the Great Outdoors. A vast natural playground, North Wales is home to a wealth of activities and adventure, and you’ll find both the coast and Eryri/Snowdonia National Park a short drive away.
And with your chosen hut specially equipped with storage for muddy boots, there’s no excuse not to get up close and personal with this incredible part of the world!
Things to note
Minimum 2-night stay during term time. Minimum Monday-Friday or Friday-Monday stays during school holidays. Friday-Monday stays only during Bank Holidays. Regrettably, pets are not permitted as the cabins are set within a working farm. A travel cot and highchair can be provided on request.
Where you'll be staying
Betws-yn-Rhos, County Conwy
What the guests of Hollow Oak Glamping say
“Thank you for having us in your beautiful Cwt! It was exactly the idyll that we needed to escape our busy London lives. We loved meeting you both, and all of your extended animal family. Your Watkin Path Snowdon recommendation resulted in the most magical day for us and some wild swimming post-summit! We are sad to leave and can’t wait to visit again! A truly special place.”
“Wow! What a beautiful setting and a perfect little cabin. You really did think of everything. Thank you Lucy and Rheon for being so welcoming and showing us around your farm. We have loved sitting on the porch and watching nature. We were especially excited to see the bats of an evening! You really have made the cabin feel like a home.”
“So happy that we’ve found our new sanctuary to visit. Thank you so much for helping us to make some special memories. Can’t wait to come back!”