Angharad Poacher’s Hut – Luxury Glamping near Pwllheli
Indulge in a dog friendly boutique designer glamping experience in North Wales
Escape the daily grind and get back in touch with nature.
* DOG FRIENDLY (a single small well-behaved dog)
* Min 2 night stay / min 3 night Bank Holidays
(check-in after 3pm / check-out by 10am)
* Fully working kitchen, inc. oven with two ring hob, fridge freezer and baby Belfast sink
* Wood-burning stove (with logs)
* Cosy double bed
* Ensuite shower room complete with shower, flushing toilet and hand basin
* Complimentary handmade organic goats milk soaps and shampoo
* Towels and Bed Linen
* Complimentary eco-friendly fair trade tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar
* Kettle, toaster and cafetiere
* Cutlery, crockery, glasses, utensils, knives and chopping boards
* Saucepans and frying pans
* Anker SoundCore Mini Bluetooth Speaker & Radio
* Ariston 30L rapid heat water heater
* Towel radiator
* Tables and seating both inside and out
* Fire pit / BBQ (complimentary logs for first night)
Current Special Offers
2 nights = £148 p/n
3 nights = £128 p/n
5 nights = £110 p/n
7 nights = £95 p/n
Welcome to Angharad, your haven for luxury glamping near Pwllheli. Named in tribute to the 4th daughter of Llywelyn the Great, this poacher’s hut offers an escape from the everyday, a chance to reconnect with nature while enjoying all the comforts of home.
Our luxury huts present an ideal opportunity for you and your well-behaved furry friend to escape the daily grind and immerse yourselves in the unparalleled natural beauty of the Llyn Peninsula. Here, the sunsets are breathtaking, the star-gazing is exceptional due to our dark sky status and the connection with nature is profound.
Angharad’s interior decor is inspired by the surrounding natural beauty. The carefully curated details reflect the hues and textures of nearby hills and mountains, creating a harmonious space that invites relaxation and connection with nature. Experience the authenticity of rural Wales while enjoying the comforts of our well-equipped poacher’s hut.
Every detail in Angharad is designed to enhance your comfort and enrich your stay. From the fully-equipped kitchen and the wood-burning stove, to the cosy double bed and the ensuite shower room, you’ll find everything you need for a relaxing stay. For your convenience, we also provide complimentary handmade organic goats milk soaps and shampoo, towels, and bed linen.
Our location near Pwllheli opens up a world of exploration and adventure. Visit the bustling market town and its beautiful beaches, stroll along the picturesque marina or discover the Llyn Coastal Path. Dive into the local culture by visiting the bustling weekly market for a taste of local produce and crafts.
For those seeking a more adrenaline-filled adventure, Pwllheli is a renowned water sports hub, offering everything from sailing to wakeboarding. And if you’re a golfer, the town’s challenging and scenic golf course is a must-try. Whatever your interests, Pwllheli provides a wealth of experiences to enhance your luxury glamping stay.
At the end of the day, return to Angharad, light up the BBQ, and unwind as you watch the sunset over the tranquil lake. Experience glamping as it should be – comfortable, luxurious, and close to nature.
ANGHARAD (c.1260) was a daughter of Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Wales. The identity of her mother is uncertain; but several later genealogical sources, including ‘Pedigrees of Some Of the Emperor Charlemagne’s Descendants, Volume III’, compiled by J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, give Llywelyn’s consort Joan, daughter of King John of England, as her mother.
Angharad is almost absent from contemporary records; however, she is mentioned in a document dated 1260, the year of her death and in sources recorded as married to Maelgwn Fychan.
She married Maelgwn Fychan of Deheubarth, a descendant of the Lord Rhys, and had four children:
- Rhys (?–1255) – betrothed to Isabel Marshal, the illegitimate daughter of Gilbert Marshal, Earl of Pembroke.
- Gwenllian (?–1254) – married Maredudd ap Llywelyn of Meirionydd, son of Llywelyn the Elder ap Maredudd ap Cynan ab Owain Gwynedd (sometimes called “Llywelyn Fawr”).
- Marered (? – 28 September 1255) – married Owain ap Maredudd of Cydewain.
- Eleaonor of Ceredigion – married Maredudd ap Owain of Deheubarth, son of Owain ap Gruffydd.Marared’s daughter Angharad married Eleaonor’s son Owain. Llywelyn, the son of this union, supposedly married Eleanor of Bar, an alleged daughter of Eleanor of England (King Edward I’s daughter) and Henry the Count of Bar. The son of Llywelyn was Thomas (or Tomos) ap Llywelyn, among whose children were the sisters Ellen and Margaret; Ellen was the mother of Owain Glyndŵr, while Margaret married Tudur ap Goronwy, from whom the House of Tudor descend (Margaret thus being the great-great-grandmother of King Henry VII).
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