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A family holiday to Dyfed

Dyfed offers some spectacular scenery and a fascinating coastline of sandy beaches and rugged rock formations. There are also numerous castles, stately homes, colourful gardens, and other attractions to be found. The landscape of the area combines great Areas of Oustanding Natural Beauty, river valleys, and mountains. Dyfed is also home to Britain's smallest city -St. David's, with larger towns at Tenby and Carmarthen.

Plan your luxury camping trip to the Welsh area that offers an abundance of sights to see and to be explored. Take in some spectacular coastline views out on the Irish Sea at the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The Park is a mixture of sandy beaches, offshore islands, sea caves, forests, wooded valleys, and the peaks of the Preseli Hills. It is also the perfect destination for those keen on hiking as the Pembrokeshire Coast Parth runs along the cliff tops for 186 miles offering stunning views and a chance to relax and take in the fresh air.

Dyfed has quite the range of annual events such as the Pembrokeshire Fish Festival, The Really Wild Food and Countryside Festival, The Pembrokeshire  Agricultural Show and a range of country, rural and agricultural shows. It's well worth to plan your visit around some of these events.

Explore the history and culture of Dyfed

When on a glamping holiday in Dyfed, something that should be in your itinerary is to explore the county's history. Dyfed boats a number of important houses, stately homes and glorious gardens that are open to the public. Llanerchaeron is an elegant Georgian mansion set beside the River Aeron where you can explore the grounds and the collection in the house. Garden lovers can enjoy a host of gardens including Aberglansey Garden with its yew tunnel or Bosherston Lakes with the springtime Lilly flowering display.

A glamping holiday in stunning Carmarthenshire

Cwmberach Uchaf Farm in Carmarthenshire covers 80 acres on the beautifully wild Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The tents are situated in a sheltered corner of the farm, with amazing views over the Amman valley and the mountain. The combination of animals to meet is very special, with unusual breeds of sheep, beehives for delicious homegrown honey, goats, and lambs and piglets in the spring. Access to the mountain and a bridleway lies only a few metres behind the lodges.

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