Yurt holidays in Wales are a perfect choice for those who really liked to camp when they were younger. Glamping - a newly-coined term for luxury camping - may not accurately describe every yurt experience. But luxury camping it is, nevertheless, with the main difference between a yurt and a tent being that you don’t have to crawl around for hours trying to erect it; it doesn’t flap around in the wind and can often be insulated.
Yurts are a triumph of Mongolian design with satisfying circular shape, spacious interior with quality furnishings, sturdy framework and even a window in the crown. Welsh yurt holidays with wood burner and comfortable beds will be similar to camping but without the bad mood and stiffness following a night on a mat with a wet sleeping bag.
Yurt providers are often concerned with sustainability and respect for the environment: some are on organic farms. From secluded hideaway for a romantic break to a party taking 3 yurts in the same field, see our list for options.