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These Eden Project-like domes nestled on a small sheep farm near Snowdonia and Abersoch take the term 'glamping' to a new level. With wood-burning stoves and double beds inside, these futuristic tents are ideal for a luxurious family camping holiday.

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Rooms: 3 Ecodomes

From £70 per night

Meals: Self catered
Open: 1 March to 31 October
Address: Away From It All, Penfras Isaf, Llwyndyrys, Pwllheli, LL53 6NG
Tel: +44(0)1758 750279

Why we've chosen Ecodomes

Owners, Bethan and Pryderi sensibly discourage cars from parking in the field where these 3 innovative geodesic domes are situated, looking like a high-tech space station on a Welsh sheep farm. You carry your luggage and provisions in a wheelbarrow to your dome-away-from-home. Inside the white canvas and see-thru structure there’s a sturdy wooden bed, small wood-burning stove, two single futons, wind-up radio and bedside lamp. Outside, there’s a picnic table and barbecue. You share kitchen and bathroom facilities, including a composting loo (and a flush one), with others and the farm with clucking chickens and bleating sheep.

Top eco features at Ecodomes

  • Compost toilet

  • Wood-burning stove

  • Bike storage

  • Collect your own eggs from chickens on-site

  • A hamper of local food produce is provided on arrival

  • Recycling facilities on-site



Ecodomes, Pwllheli, Wales
Nearest train station: Pwllheli

Directions from station:
The bus journey takes 12 minutes, although you might have to get a taxi for the last part. From Pwllheli bus station (next to the train station), get the number 12 towards Caernarfon. Get off at Lon Llwyndyrys and Ecodomes is a mile and a half away.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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