Cheap Glamping Breaks for 2-4 Nights just £55 per Safari Tent

Cheap Glamping Breaks for 2-4 Nights just £55 per Safari Tent

If you’re looking for a little getaway then be sure to check out these lovely glamping breaks over at Groupon.

For as little as £55 per Safari Tent you can grab a two night break for you and your family.

There are various options available to choose from including grass pitches if you are looking for somewhere to take your own tent.

Located next to 325 acres of woodland and the Pembrokeshire National Park, with remote beauty, wild beaches, castles and wildlife, Top Of The Woods provides boutique camping and glamping holidays that give holidaymakers freedom and space to reconnect with nature.

Customers will be accommodated in Bell Tents or Pioneer Camps. Visitors can enjoy campfires, storytelling and wildflower meadows. Guests can also discover secret waterfall trail to create a wonderful nature-inspired experience. On-site customers can find Dutch barn picnic at weekends and games area with electronic device charging option and games field.

The property offers their guests quality locally sourced food with farmhouse breakfasts and hosted campfire dinners at weekends. Nearby food options include The Fynnone Arms which specialises in offering dairy and gluten free, vegetarian and diabetic-friendly menu options, whereas The Nags Head Inn in nearby Abercych is a traditional Welsh country pub, with riverside gardens, a children’s’ play area.


  • Stay for four in bell tent or pioneer camp, arriving between 1 May-1 October 2017 (Excluded dates: 22 May – 5 June, 17 July – 3 September 2017)

South West Wales Coast

Travellers visiting this part of Wales may take advantage of the many local attractions, walking opportunities and water activities in the area.

The National Trust in Pembrokeshire beckons with a dramatic coastline, sandy beaches, bays, clifftops, glacial valleys as well as quaint towns. Guests may explore the coastal town of Fishguard, divided into the main town and the old harbour of Lower Town. St David’s is the smallest city in Britain, designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, while Solva, a small village to the south of St David’s, lies on a deep valley at the mouth of the River Solva. Many walking routes are roaming up the Preseli Mountains, also known as Preseli Hills, while the Whitesands Beach is one of the most popular surfing beaches in the region.

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