Glamping Bryn Parc

Llandyssul, Ceredigion, Wales

A Shepherd's Hut + Gypsy Caravan, each sleeping 4, in the pretty Teifi Valley. Short drive from Cardigan Bay coastline. Closed in winter.

Key Points

  • Choose from a gypsy caravan or shepherd's hut for a rural stay in Llandysul, in the Teifi Valley.
  • Both properties are great for a romantic stay but can sleep up to 4 guests if you want to bring the children along too.
  • Each has a fully equipped kitchenette and private bathroom.


Glamping Bryn Parc is a site in the Teifi Valley at the heart of a salmon and trout fishing area in beautiful West Wales. Experience the idyllic countryside from the comfort of either the Shepherd's Hut or a lovingly created Gypsy Caravan.

Llandysul is a charming picturesque village only 3 miles from the camp site, here there is plenty of entertainment and watersports activities. Just a short drive away is Cardigan Bay coastline and the coastal path, where you may spot dolphins in the water. The area offers an abundance of wildlife and local activities, there are endless tracks to help you explore the area either on foot or on a bike.

Morgan shepherd's hut is a 2.0m x 3.7m hut set in its own pretty paddock with space to accommodate 4 guests. There is a double bed with a luxuriously comfy memory foam mattress, plus a double sofa bed (this will comfortably fit either one teenager or 2 younger children. The hut makes the most of the space, with a drop down table with chairs for eating indoors. It has a heated towel rail and plug points to charge up mobiles etc.

Outside there is a table and chairs, firepit/barbecue, green toilet, gas shower, and a private covered outdoor kitchen (which includes a gas camping stove) for your sole use only. All of the essential cooking and eating utensils are supplied for you.

Bedding, linen and towels are included for the double bed, however please bring your own sleeping bag for the sofa bed. Wood for the firepit is available to buy on site.

The 2.0m x 3.0m Gypsy Caravan is filled with character. The interior consists of a double bed with smaller child's bed (4'6" x 4'6") underneath which has space to sleep up to 2 children. Children need to be under 4'6" to sleep there - or do bring a pop up tent for them. Near the beds there is a fold-away table, a bench with storage space inside and battery-powered LED's lighting the inside.

Outside there are toilet and shower facilities and a private covered outdoor kitchen with all essential cooking and eating utensils provided along with a gas camping stove and firepit. This is solely for the gypsy caravan guests use. The toilet is a green toilet. There are no charging facilities at the caravan but the owner is happy to charge mobiles etc. Cool boxes are provided and ice packs are changed daily for them.

Both units are very romantic for couples in mind (bunting, hearts etc) or for fun family breaks and the owners have gone out of their way to be as eco/green as possible in the creating of these glamping holidays.

Complimentary free-range eggs and homemade jam on arrival. Dogs (no extra nightly costs unless damage is caused) are not allowed inside the accommodation but can sleep in the bathroom or in your car. A mini tent can be pitched outside for an extra £10 per night. There is also a possibility to rent a 5 metre bell tent if people have a larger family and don’t want to bring their own tent. This costs an additional £40 a night.

Prices start from £49 per night. During the summer holidays it becomes £59 per night for the shepherd's hut and the gypsy caravan. 2 night minimum stay during school and bank holidays. 


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Room Types

Family Rooms



 Compost toilet





 Dining area

 Sofa bed



 Dining area

 Fire pit


 Seating area


 Family friendly site

On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels

Safety & Security

 Carbon monoxide detector



 Kitchenware / Utensils

Young Children

 Welcome all ages


 Free parking



 Small site (2-4 accoms)

Nearest Airport/s

Swansea / Cardiff

Content updated on 16th May 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom