Cledan Valley Glamping – Carno, Powys, Wales
Tucked away in the wilds of Mid Wales lies a small, unspoiled valley surrounded by hills and streams. It was here that a local couple wished to share their love of this place with others and so created a unique camping site with tipis so that people could really get away from it all.
Unlike many of the modern ‘glamping’ sites Cledan Valley was more than canvas shelters in the corner of a field. This really is a wild and natural place. Other than a few strimmed walkways around the nine acre site the grass, trees, and wildlife go about their business as if you were not here. We have an amazing array of flora and fauna and it is possible to see otters, red kites and much more without leaving your tent.
MONGOLIAN YURTS – Still used today as the homes of the nomadic people in the steppes of central Asia the yurt or ger is a fantastic way to experience your glamping holiday.
BELL TENTS – Bell tents were once used by the British Cavalry but actually have their camping history origins in tipis, with high steep sides they offer a lot of interior space.
TIPIS – Once home to buffalo hunters on the great plains of the United States you too can now step back in time and experience staying in one of our traditional Sioux tipis.
SHEPHERD HUT – Release the farmer Giles in you and stay in a traditional shepherd’s hut, used in the 19th & 20th century by shepherds during sheep raising and lambing seasons.