Tipi Wales - Tipi holidays & Tipi breaks in Wales


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Tipi Holidays in South Wales

Welcome to Tipi Wales. Here you will receive a warm welsh welcome to a tipi break or tipi holiday that will leave you feeling refreshed and with wonderful memories to take home.

Please note: Any music and noise levels must be kept to a minimum in order to respect our neighbours.

A different holiday experience, imagine the magic of a tipi holiday. Consider the knowledge that you are spending the night in a Tipi originally designed by the native American Indians, who lived on the plains. Enjoy sitting around the camp fire of an evening with family and friends chatting freely without the intrusion of modern living.

Our tipi events, offer what we feel is a fantastic balance between a different holiday experience and the comforts that most of us enjoy. The tipis are dry and warm & we have toilet and shower facilities just across the lane. There is a farmhouse close by that offers breakfast, afternoon teas and often lunch. A traditional country pub, The Pelican, is also close by offering traditional ales, good food and a friendly atmosphere. Ogmore Farm also offers a unique horse riding experience on Newton Beach and through Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes (the highest sand dune slacks in Europe).

If you would prefer a more remote setting for your tipi rental we have several sites that may suite you.

Our tipis breaks are about freedom and flexibility, relaxation and party, fun and culture, challenges and exploration, and much more, but most of all we want you to have a great time.

Whoever you are, whatever your taste, we aim to satisfy. Please take a look through our web-site and take a look at the beautiful locations where we can offer you a tipi break to remember.

We have one aim - to provide you with the very best tipi holiday or short break.


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