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Camping pod holidays in Wales: the best of both worlds

So you fancy a camping trip to Wales but are maybe a tad nervous about what the weather might have in store? Or maybe you’re keen on the outdoor life but don’t own all the kit you need for camping (or can’t be bothered to haul it halfway across the country)? Either way, we’ve got a nifty solution for you: sort yourself a stay in one of our Wales camping pods.

Yup, there’s so much to be said for picking one of our pods in Wales: it’s pretty much win-win all round when you can mix up all the best aspects of camping (the fresh air, the campfire, the peaceful surroundings) with the guarantee of a warm and cosy place to retreat to once you’ve had your fill of sausages and stargazing.

Camping pods in Wales: what to expect

It’s all about travelling light – leave the canvas, the guy ropes and the tent pegs at home (a certain law dictates that you probably would have forgotten at least one of these anyway…) and head off to your Wales camping pod safe in the knowledge that you’ll not have to build your own shelter for the night. Bargain last-minute break in the UK? Sorted.

Now, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you can simply chuck some spare undies and a couple of beers in your bag and race out of the door: you may well find that a mattress is provided in your sleeping quarters, but in a majority of camping pods it’s up to you to provide such things as a pillow and a sleeping bag. Head off that awkward moment of realisation by checking what’s included in your listing before setting out: it’ll save you a lot of argument in the future.

Also outlined in our listings are the other bits and bobs you can expect to find in and around your Welsh camping pod – kitchen kit, barbecues and stacks of board games are provided in some cases, while in others you’ll simply be given the structure itself and left to get on with it. Bathrooms are usually provided, you’ll no doubt be pleased to hear – but maybe pack a torch for the wander over there after dark.

What’s the difference between a camping pod and glamping pod?

As with so many things in life, the boundaries are a little blurred here… but it’s all about the facilities really. If you’re after a real bargain break in the UK, check out our listings for holidays on a budget and come along prepared to bring most of your kit with you and to share bathroom and kitchen facilities with your fellow travellers.

At the other end of the spectrum, it’s possible to find much smarter glamping pods in Wales too: if you’re on a romantic break with your beloved (or need extra ammo to convince them that camping’s a good idea) look out for facilities like ensuite bathrooms, woodburning stoves and hot tubs.

Camping pods for families and those who’d like to escape them

Our Wales camping pods make a fine choice for couples, solo travellers and pairs of friends, of course – but if the whole gang wants to come along, all you need do is look out for a family camping pod. With thoughtful designs making the most of the space, there’s no reason why you can’t all cosy up together for a memorable family break. Keep your eyes peeled for sites with pods that sleep four or five, and check out the facilities to see if you can boost the kids’ break with a playground or other activities on site.

If, on the other hand, you want a bit of peace and quiet well away from the noisy nippers, make a beeline for an adults-only glampsite in Wales.

Can dogs stay in camping pods?

Any sort of outdoorsy break is likely to set tails wagging among our four-legged pals too, so if you’ve got a mutt you’d like to bring along check out our choices of dog-friendly camping pods in Wales.

Where can I find camping pods in Wales?

There’s so much splendid landscape to explore around the lush country of Wales, whether you’re headed planning on visiting castles, hanging out on the beach or taking scenic strolls. Handily Wales camping pods are scattered all over this fine country, so take a look at what’s on offer in North Wales, West Wales and South Wales.

Camping pod holidays are particularly well suited to those heading off walking in Wales, of course (you don’t want to be toting a whole heap of kit while you’re hiking, that’s for sure) so maybe think about planning your stay in or near one of the gorgeous national parks: try Snowdonia for mountain trails and adventure sports (underground trampolining or inland surfing anyone?), the Brecon Beacons for lush lakes and cosy villages or the Pembrokeshire Coast for truly world-class coastal walks and beach days.

And you know what would make it even easier to travel light? Pick a camping pod near a pub! That way, you’ll not even have to pack any food supplies (look, it’s a valid reason… but no doubt your future self will thank you for putting them within strolling distance of a pint or few…)