Woods &
Glamping at Merthyr Mawr

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Explore the Dunes

Enjoy the Forest

Discover the Sea

Encounter nature: Camp in a Welsh woodland by the sea

Explore the unique forest area, with its diverse wildlife and magnificent sand dunes

The woodland campsite is adjacent to the Merthyr Mawr Warren National Nature Reserve. The reserve is one of Wales’ Sites of Special Scientific Interest and boasts the biggest sand dunes in the UK. It is a haven for wildlife and provides the opportunity to explore a rare and unspoilt natural habitat. The combination of a comparatively warm sunny site, lots of nectar from wildflowers and easy-to-burrow-into sandy soils, creates an ideal home for a wide range of moths, butterflies, reptiles and mammals. Due to the unique soil and climate conditions, the 840-acre reserve also contains a huge variety of plant life within its diverse grassland, woodland and saltmarsh areas.
In land, lies the historic village of Merthyr Mawr with its picturesque thatched cottages and Parish Church. Nearby are the remains of an Iron Age Hill Fort and the ruins of Candleston Castle.

Bell Tent Glamping

Experience the Great Outdoors

Explore the Dunes and Sea

People in forest
Explore Merthyr Mawr

Camp in a bell tent in the woods

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