Hot Tub Safari at Pentre Mawr - North Wales

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Camping goes glam in welshest Wales

Can't afford Africa? Hot Tub Safari at Pentre Mawr invites you to go native in wildest Wales, staying in luxury canvas lodges – and camping has never felt so glam.

Come Here For...
  • Wales on the wild side.
  • A Glamping getaway under canvas with all the style of a hotel.
  • Your own private outdoor hot tub.

Hit the spot
Near Llangollen, in the scenic foothills of Snowdonia.

Amenities
Pentre Mawr Country House has a heated outdoor swimming pool with a sunny terrace – perfect for summer drinks – and a restaurant open seven nights a week. Three acres of grounds include paddocks with grazing horses.

Good to know
There is minimum two night stay and on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis only.

Essential info
Check in
15:30
Checkout
11:00
Minimum Stay
Two nights at weekends
Closed
Closed over Christmas
Parking
There is free guest parking
Airport
Liverpool or Manchester – one hour.
Train
Rhyl station – ten miles
Pets
Dogs welcome there is no extra charge
Children
Welcome aged 12 and above
Location
Llandyrnog, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 4LA, United Kingdom

Bedtime

Bedrooms
Six luxury canvas lodges

Special features
Lodges come with rolltop baths, super kingsize leather beds, wet room showers and a fully heated seating area with a TV, DVD player and iPod dock. Outside, you'll find your own private terrace and hot tub.

Pillow talk
Who needs Africa? Glamping safaris start here. 

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Award-winning country house style cooking is the thing here and owner Bre Carrington-Sykes sees that fresh local produce is used, according to season. The on site restaurant is open at weekends only. Dining is informal with a daily changing menu, and house-party dining is offered for larger groups. Veggies are grown in the kitchen garden, and even the bread is home made.

Breakfast
Full breakfast is served until 10am.

Room service
No

Activities

See & Do
Located in the Vale of Clywd between Ruthin, Denbigh and St Asaph, Pentre Mawr is close to great walking country in the surrounding Clywdian hills. Visit historic Denbigh castle, take a ride on Mount Snowdon's steam railway, check out Welsh speaking Llangollen, join a ghost-walking tour of Ruthin or try your hand at fishing. If the great outdoors is not your thing, Chester's chic stores are just a short drive away.  Falconry experiences available on request. There is also an opportunity to go husky mushing with a team of resident huskies!

 

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