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Yurt holidays in Wales

6 properties found
Aberystwth (4 mls SW) , Mid Wales

Nantsiriol Yurt

211

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7 nights

£561 - £712

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New Quay (7 mls SE), West Wales

Porthdy Gwas Y Neidr- New Quay

2111

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7 nights

£455 - £993

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New Quay (7mls SE), West Wales

Machlud Ar Y Dwr- New Quay

2111

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7 nights

£455 - £993

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Rural Llyn Peninsula, North Wales

Gwel Yr Eifl Hut

2111

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7 nights

£491 - £884

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Aberporth (14mls N), West Wales

Ty Crwn

2111

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7 nights

£506 - £808

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Llandysul (3.5mls S), West Wales

Seren Saith

2114

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7 nights

£550 - £825

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Yurt breaks in Wales

Peruse our superb selection of yurts in Wales and have a glamping holiday to remember. Yurt holidays in Wales offer comfort, style and the chance to get close to nature for those who love glamping. Ideal for those eager to immerse themselves in the great outdoors, these gorgeous, self-catering, canvas retreats come ready for you to simply step into and enjoy. From luxurious yurts with hot tubs in Wales for guests seeking a touch of romance to those with picturesque views for nature lovers, we have a carefully chosen array of alternatives to holiday cottages. Some come with BBQs for outside dining while others have fire pits for those who like to sit out under the stars. 

When choosing your yurt in Wales, consider where in this beautiful country you would like your accommodation. Yurts in South Wales, for example, might include hidden treasures near the Brecon Beacons National Park or somewhere ideal for spending time on the spectacular Gower Peninsula. West Wales, with the vibrant coastal town of Tenby and magical Cardigan Bay (Bae Ceredigion), home to dolphins and porpoises, is a popular destination of choice for memorable holidays in Wales. For others, however, it is the mountains, valleys and waterfalls of Snowdonia that are appealing. Sandy beaches and rocky coves are close to many of our yurts in Wales, offering the chance to swim, surf and stride out on exhilarating coastal walks. Browse our collection of yurts above and experience the magic of a unique Welsh stay.