The local area

The Seventh Heaven glamping site is located within an area designated as being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site has spectacular views of Snowdonia with Snowdon itself seen from nearly everywhere on site. All roads and paths within two or three minutes walk form your tent also have stunning views of open farmland towards Snowdonia or great open views of the sea. On clear days from a small hilltop, two or three minutes walk from our entrance gate, you can see the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland.


Contrary to popular belief this part of the world has a huge amount of things to do and places to go to suit all types. We’re confident that if you request a particular activity we can direct you to a place that offers it within a 40 minute drive from the site. For a short list of specific things to do and places to see, visit our Activities page. Otherwise, get in touch and we’ll help you out.


Wholesome and unspoilt

Since the land at Seventh Heaven has never been intensively farmed it attracts wildlife of all sorts including hares, rabbits and various birds. Above our private pond are a few acres of marshland which contain a range of insects and small animals. A few fields away is a small nature reserve called Tan y Bwlch which is home to many protected species of wild flowers and plants. Foxes, herons, badgers and many wild birds provide company here. Each May the cuckoo visits us.

Mountains and sea on your doorstep

From our private lake we have arguably the best glampsite views in Britain. The land beneath stretches towards Caernarfon and over Caernarfon Bay with views of Ynys Môn (Anglesey) in the distance. Peace and quite is guaranteed since there are no busy roads for miles. It’s a great place to spend the last hours of the day admiring the surrounding beauty and tranquility.

Magnificent sunsets

Further afield are country roads, walks, paths, cycle routes through similar areas of unspoilt countryside. Our local beach, at Aberdesach, which is large and predominately quiet, is less than two and a half miles away and an ideal place to spend the evening watching the sun set over Caernarfon Bay. The sunsets can be breathtaking at times. The beach also provides good sea fishing should you be interested. It’s also a great place for a picnic, day or night.

Star gazing

We’re fortunate that this part of the world doesn’t suffer from any light pollution. Consequently on a clear night it’s incredible how many stars fill the sky, the occasional shooting star may flash by and sometimes it’s possible to read a book by the light of the moon.

What better way to spend a summer’s evening than a moonlit picnic under a myriad of stars.


It’s not often that we get a chance to think of nothing at all, a chance to clear our minds and to start afresh. It’s surprising how many hours there are in a day when you just relax, and take things as they come.

Life is much easier when you’re in charge of the clock as opposed to the other way around.

No rush to do anything

On a glamping holday there’s no pressure to do anything at all except take some time out to unwind, get rid of the tensions and stresses of everyday life and do your own thing even if that means doing nothing at all.