Marared Gypsy Hut – Luxury Glamping near Abersoch
Experience 5-star luxury glamping in Marared, our charming gypsy hut in North Wales
Experience the great outdoors.... with all the comforts of home.
* Sorry, no pets
* 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 = £135 p/n
3 nights = £115 p/n
5 nights = £95 p/n
7 nights = £85 p/n
Welcome to Marared, a cosy corner of paradise where luxury meets nature. Nestled within a blooming wildflower meadow overlooking our private lake, this handcrafted traditional gypsy hut offers all the comforts of a five-star hotel experience, whilst enveloping you in the beauty and tranquility of North Wales.
Marared allows you to truly disconnect, relax, and engage with the natural surroundings. Watch the sun dancing across the water as you settle in front of a fire pit with a glass of local wine, enveloped in the cosy, intimate atmosphere of our carefully designed gypsy hut. Experience glamping at its finest, with a fully equipped kitchen, ensuite shower room, cosy double bed and a host of additional amenities included to make your stay as comfortable and carefree as possible.
Discover the Joys of Wildlife and Landscape Photography
Marared isn’t just a luxurious accommodation— she’s a magnet for wildlife, dark skies and landscape photography. Located on Llŷn Peninsula near Pwllheli and Abersoch, she offers fantastic photography opportunities, from the unspoiled dark skies to the serene lake and uninterrupted view of Yr Eifl (The Rivals) mountain range. Bring your camera along and explore our sculpture trail, adorned with delightful surprises waiting to be discovered, each offering a unique snapshot of the local landscape and culture.
Luxury Glamping with the Best of Abersoch on the Doorstep
Marared offers the perfect opportunity to experience luxury glamping within a stones throw of the charming seaside resort of Abersoch. Spend the day exploring the golden beaches, diving into water sports or simply soaking up the sun. Discover local boutiques and relish in the culinary delights of high-quality restaurants. For those desiring a more laid-back day, enjoy the warmth of trendy local cafes or the engaging culture brought to life by the numerous local events.
Experience the best of luxury glamping in a boutique hut near Abersoch, in a setting that captures the heart and rejuvenates the spirit. Welcome to Marared.
MARARED (Margaret), daughter of Llywelyn the Great, married John de Brewes in 1219. She was widowed when John was killed by a fall from his horse near Bramber, Sussex shortly before 16 July 1232. She then married Walter de Clifford in 1234.
Her children with John de Brewes, Lord of Bramber and Gower:
- William, 1st Lord Brewes, who married (1) Aline de Multon, (2) Agnes de Moels, (3) Mary de Roos.
- Richard (born before 1232), who married Alice le Rus.
- Llywelyn de Brewes
- John de Brewes, who married Margery.
After her first husband’s death in 1232, Marared married Walter de Clifford of Clifford, Herefordshire, Cortham (in Diddlebury), Shropshire, Caenby, Lincolnshire, Bronllys, Breconshire, Sheriff of Herefordshire, Constable of Cardigan and Carmarthen Castles, son and heir of Walter de Clifford, of Clifford, Herefordshire, by Agnes de Cundy, daughter and heiress of Roger de Condet of Caenby and Glentham, Lincolnshire c. Nov 1234.
Marared and Walter had one daughter:
- Maud (Matilda) de Clifford, who marred (1) William Longespée, Knt., (2) John Giffard, Knt., 1st Lord Giffard (John Giffard had abducted her.)
Walter de Clifford died December 1263 (shortly before 23 Dec 1263). Marared survived him and was still living in 1268.
On her death, her heart was buried in the church of Aconbury, Herefordshire.
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