Camp Right in a Cambrian Campsite

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As the Cambrian Mountains is one of the best spots to camp in Wales and sunny times are well on their way, we can’t think of a better way to enjoy the fresh outdoors! Whether you’re after a weekend getaway with friends or an adventurous family holiday, there are plenty of campsites suitable for all in the Cambrian Mountains.

Whatever camping experience you’re looking for, we’ve got it covered:

Secluded but not Simple at Rhandirmwyn Camping and Caravanning Club, Llandovery

If you’re looking for a remote and secluded campsite with plenty of nature to explore then Rhandirmwyn is the campsite for you! Situated in the centre of Towy Valley and just outside of the Brecon Beacons National Park this refreshingly isolated campsite only resides a short way away from two pubs. It is equipped with all of the necessary facilities and more with a children’s play area and wifi. Starting at only £5.60 p/p it would be difficult to debate it’s worth!

Back to Basics with Red Kite Camping, Llanwenog

For a more intimate camping experience, Red Kite Camping welcomes visitors to fill only 5 pitches at this breathtaking hillside location. Whilst overlooking Teifi Valley and the Cambrian Mountains, you really will really get the sense that you are in the wilderness as you get back to basics with only facilities for water and waste making it best suited for those with a caravan! Pitches are £6 per night.

Glampers get ready for The Yurts Farm, Tregaron

If you like the idea of camping but would rather leave the less glamorous elements to someone else, then a Yurt is your new best friend! The eco-friendly, 5-acre site offers four Yurts equipped with self catering facilities, organic mattresses, a log burner and all sorts of extra luxuries foreign to most campers. Expectantly more expensive than your traditional campsite, sleep up to 7 in these spacious domes – starting at £225 per Yurt for 3 nights.

Families of all sizes at Erwbarfe Farm Caravan Park, Devil’s Bridge

Having hosted campers for the last 40 years, you’ll know you’re in safe hands at the family run Erwbarfe. Nestled deep in a sheltered meadow, there is plenty for all the family to do in the way of hiking, biking, making short trips to the Cardiganshire coast and the half-mile walk to popular tourist attraction of Devil’s Bridge. All sorts of campers can be accommodated, from caravans to wigwams starting from £12 per pitch.

The full eco-camping experience at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre 

This registered charity is passionate about wildlife and sustainable living making it a genuine camping destination. Visitors come to the farm for all sorts of reasons (courses in conservation) but the 40-acre nature reserve available for tent pitching is unsurprisingly one of its biggest attractions. Situated on a sloping meadow next to a woodland, cars are not permitted on to the immediate site and as a result, campers can enjoy the brightness of the stars, friendly wildlife and an all round relaxing experience. Rates start at £10 p/p.

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