Hot Tub Safari at Pentre Mawr
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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.
Know It All
Hit the spot
Near Llangollen, in the scenic foothills of Snowdonia.
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.
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.
Three luxury canvas lodges
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.
Who needs Africa? Glamping safaris start here.
Eat & Drink
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. 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.
Full breakfast is served until 10am.
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.
Tune into Welsh poetry, music and song at the National Eisteddfod of Wales – a week long celebration of all things Welsh.
Top-notch Welsh and international acts take to the stage at the North Wales festival of music in Saint Asaph’s Cathedral, near Denbigh.
ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 200Check In
11:00Minimum Night Stay
TWO nights at any timeOpen/Closed
Closed Christmas week.Air Conditioning
Only if aged 12 and above – this is an adults-only playground.Pets
Most dogs are welcome free of charge. There's a small supplement is payable for large dogs, and doggie towels are provided at the front door.Wedding License?
Llandyrnog, Denbighshire LL16 4LAParking
There is free guest parkingTrains
Rhyl station – ten milesTaxis
GBP 15 from the station, or GBP 45 from either of the airportsAirport
Liverpool or Manchester International – an hour away.