Three Cliffs Bay campsite in the Gower Peninsula was awarded site of the year by the Independent in 2006. It is ridiculously pretty and enjoys a spectacular position with the panoramic views of Three Cliffs Bay and has its own public footpath leading down to the beach. Families and couples and dogs welcomed. Attractions: Water skiing, sailing and sind Surfing and for the nature enthusiast, a 540 acre National Nature reserve. Visit
Campsite in Snowdonia National Park with fabulous views of the Mawddach estuary and Snowdonia mountains. Graig Wen, near Dolgellaux. Graig Wen promises “an inspirational, back to nature experience”. Perfect for walking, bird-watching, mountain-biking or visiting the area.
4 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation, three holiday cottages and yurts are also available
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Traditional small farm in the hills of Mid-Wales. The site offers veggie Bed and Breakfast, Camping and a Self-Contained Caravan. Goats, chickens and sheep wander about and there is a large vegetable garden grown to organic principles. Beautiful views of the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park, and on the Cambrian Way, Dyfi Valley Way and the Glyndwr’s Way National Trail. The camping site is in a wild area near the lake.
“The area has amazing wildlife including orchids, dragon and damsel flies, buzzards, kites, frogs, newts and toads and sometime nightjars and glow worms. Even an otter has been seen! The site has its own spring water supply and campfires are permitted.”
Nant y Croi Farm caravan and camping site has wonderful views over Cardigan Bay. Nearby there are beaches at Mwnt Poppit Sands, Aberporth, Llangranog, Tresaith & New Quay. Seals and Dolphins are regular visitors to the rocks and seas around the edge of the farm. There is direct access to Mwnt beach via a foot path from the farm yard. The farm extends over lush green land gently sloping to the coast and has it’s own private cove ideal for swimming and enjoying sea-life. Visit this site