Glamping & Touring holidays near Aberdyfi
About Nyth Robin
Nyth Robin is owned and run by Sadie & Grant, not forgetting Rustin the campsite hound. We’ve been lucky and happy to be able to call Aberdyfi home since 2016 and love the variety of scenery and activities this corner of West Wales offers.
Here at Nyth Robin we’re small on numbers but big on space, with just 9 touring pitches and 6 glamping units on a little over 7 acres. We’ve woodlands, lakes and streams, so there’s plenty of space to unwind. Our short walking trails are loved by people and dogs alike and kids love exploring the woodland.
We try to do our bit to look after the environment, so when we built our facilities in 2017, we made them as green as possible.
We have a solar hot water system and compost toilets (not that you’d know – they’re just like ‘normal’ toilets!) We also use environmentally friendly cleaning products, hand soap and recycled hand towels We encourage recycling and also collect food waste for composting too.
Our facilities are shared (no separate toilets or showers for boys & girls) without compromising privacy. We also have a family/ easy access wet room for those who need a bit more space or those with little ones who need a bit of help at shower time!
Most importantly we keep our facilities clean, and our reviews often mention how well-kept they are.
You’ll find Nyth Robin glamping and touring on the West wales coast.
The pretty seaside village of Aberdovey / Aberdyfi is just 3 miles away and offers good old-fashioned seaside fun. Kids love a day on the sandy beach, crabbing off the pier and donkey rides. Like any seaside village worth its salt, you’ll find some great home made ice cream and tasty fish & chips. There are also art and gift shops, cafes, great restaurants and three (yes, three) pubs to choose from!
The market town of Machynlleth is a short drive away and is said to be the ancient capital of Wales as it was the seat of Owain Glyndwr’s Welsh Parliament in 1404. You’ll find a traditional street market here every Wednesday.
Nyth Robin sits alongside the Dyfi estuary and we’re in the Dyfi valley which has been designated a Biosphere by UNESCO. There are three protected habitats in the valley as well as various conservation projects helping to protect, wildlife, habitats and the environment making this a special area to visit.