We have one goal in mind: offering our guests a luxurious, affordable and all around exceptional glamping experience. Emlyn's Coppice covers every aspect of your perfect Welsh countryside break:
woodland location, 5 minutes from the coast, cosy, self contained pods with ensuite and kitchen facilities, and of course at the gateway to Snowdonia, the adventure capital of Wales.
Emlyn's Coppice is set in the grounds of School House, a 19th century Gothic revival former Catholic School. The glamping site itself is named for the schools most famous pupil, Emlyn Williams (1905 - 1987), An Actor, Writer and Director, having appeared in 41 films and teleplays by the time of his death. He also wrote 20 screenplays, and 20 plays including his most celebrated work, the semi autobiographical "The Corn is Green".
Now, almost coming full circle, proprietor Nic Breeze (professionally known as Harrison Breeze) is also a former Actor and Director, having run a successful Pantomime company for many years, and having appeared on screen in Hollyoaks, Brookside, Peaky Blinders, Our Girl and many more. He also occasionally sings for his supper as a professional solo vocalist and with a tribute band playing Benny from ABBA.
Scroll down for more information on the site, surrounding countryside and activities available nearby.
Meet The Team
Nic "Harrison" Breeze
Nic is the owner, manager, receptionist, accountant and PR officer for the site, with a few more duties to boot. He's a also an actor and vocalist, although with so much to keep him occupied here, that's more of a hobby than a profession now.
A former competitive rower, and passionate about horses, Caroline is as much the hired muscle as she is admin! Just stand back if she's shifting big logs. She also keeps us all in check, she is after all the lady of the manor!
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Things to see and do
Only a 50 min drive from our doorstep, Eryri/Snowdonia national park offers a wide variety of walks, hikes, and outdoor pursuits.
Summer or winter, there's always something to see and do in the adventure capital of Wales.
Discounts available for midweek (mon-fri), & weekend bookings (fri-sun)
There are many routes available right from our doorstep as we sit right on National Cycle Route 5, plus there are many further byways to get right into the heart of the countryside.
Welsh Mountain Zoo and much more!
Half an hour from our doors, you'll find yourself at the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn bay, 37 acres of lush mountain side, housing over 140 species.
Obviously with the sea so close, fishing is readily available, but if specimen fishing is more your thing, then Gyrn Castle, just 5 minutes up the road is ideal.
This exclusive fishery benefits from really fantastic fishing from five designated pegs on the top lake. The lakes have a variety of depths ranging from 2ft to 10ft with a stream running in one end and a dam at the other.
Fancy something a bit more exciting?
Maybe kite surfing, or the UK's favourite new sport, paddleboarding could be for you?
PKS watersports, based in Rhyl (7 miles away) offer lessons in both Kite surfing and stand up paddleboarding, and if you really get into it, also offer a range of watersports equipment for sale.