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Campgrounds and RV Parks in Isle of Anglesey

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9 bookable parks in Isle of Anglesey

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Brynteg Glamping

Brynteg, Isle of Anglesey, Wales Show on map
  • Glamping pods with private hot tubs, 5 minutes' drive from the beach
  • On a 24-acre smallholding with Snowdonia views from the grounds
  • Underfloor heating, ensuite, wifi, TV and barbecues for all pods
Camping pod (hot tub, pet friendly) 3 x From £80/€88.46/A$145.11/$98.06/CA$130.43/CHF96.45/SEK948.31/DKK659.54/NOK880.09/ISK12,255/ARS5,403.90/CLP70,036/PEN331.41/NZ$154.04/ZAR1,494.17/PLN385.40/R$399.02/CZK2,280.25/RSD10,429/HUF29,018.86/RUB6,435.71/CN¥694.65 per night
Camping pod (hot tub, no pets) 3 x From £80/€88.46/A$145.11/$98.06/CA$130.43/CHF96.45/SEK948.31/DKK659.54/NOK880.09/ISK12,255/ARS5,403.90/CLP70,036/PEN331.41/NZ$154.04/ZAR1,494.17/PLN385.40/R$399.02/CZK2,280.25/RSD10,429/HUF29,018.86/RUB6,435.71/CN¥694.65 per night
Elite Plus camping pod (hot tub, pet friendly) 4 x From £85/€93.99/A$154.18/$104.19/CA$138.58/CHF102.48/SEK1,007.58/DKK700.76/NOK935.09/ISK13,021/ARS5,741.64/CLP74,414/PEN352.13/NZ$163.67/ZAR1,587.56/PLN409.49/R$423.96/CZK2,422.77/RSD11,081/HUF30,832.54/RUB6,837.94/CN¥738.06 per night

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Camping in Wales? Mon along to Ynys Môn or the Isle of Anglesey, the biggest island in Wales. Most of its coastline is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s got three sections of heritage coast, and it’s a place for those who like to clamber, with rock climbing and cliff climbing available for all levels with the help of Anglesey climbing schools. Just typing that brought on a fit of the flutters, so we’ll hastily point out that there are plenty of less adrenaline-fuelled Anglesey options too – sampling the local oysters, for one…

Anglesey campsites can be used for a holiday on the island to take in the aforementioned climbing and oysters (to start with), or as a base for North Wales and beyond: it’s a quick trip over the Minai Bridge to Snowdonia National Park, or you could really make a break of/for it by taking the ferry to Ireland from Anglesey’s Holyhead. With a bit of luck they won’t find you for weeks.