Copse Camp

Llandegla, Denbighshire

  • Suitible for: 6 Humans icon 6 Humans
  • Suitible for: 10 Dogs icon 10 Dogs
  • Suitible for: undefined Children welcome icon Children welcome

  • Enclosed garden
  • Owner has pets
  • Livestock on site
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Why we love it

The camp, with its treehouse gypsy caravans and hot tub, the farm, the area and the welcome hamper are all packed full of wonders that you and your dog will love

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • A few arrival surprises!
  • Exploring all the various structures and spaces of the camp
  • Heading off into the woods with you

Humans will love

  • Soaking in the hot tub after a long day out
  • Marshmallows and ‘smores round the fire pit
  • The lovely human food in the welcome hamper

The place

You and your dog will probably be as excited as each other as you bound around Copse Camp investigating every weird and wonderful corner. One moment you’ll be up in the treehouse with its Beano wallpaper, then checking out the hot tub, the compost loo and the fire pit before you head over to the gypsy caravans. It’s all yours to use as you will, and the sense of being at home extends to the whole 300 acre site, which the owners are happy for you to explore. They can also introduce you to their tame Valais Blacknose sheep and various other animals and are mines of information about the area they’ve called home for over 40 years. They can send you off on hikes, find you a great dog-friendly pub or point you to a farm shop so you can sample some great local produce.


  • 1 x Double on mezzanine in the treehouse
  • 2 x Small Doubles each in a gypsy caravan
  • 2 x Single beds in the treehouse living space (Children only)


  • Separate shower cabin (can also be used for dogs), with toiletries
  • Compost loo outhouse
  • Washing up liquid

Living and relaxing

  • Wood fired hot tub
  • Woodburner in the treehouse and one of the caravans
  • Firewood provided - two sacks per day plus two extra
  • The site is off grid and runs on solar or LPG gas
  • USB power sockets
  • Sofa
  • Reading nook
  • Hammock
  • Playing cards, Jenga, wooden jigsaw and Scrabble in the treehouse

Cooking and dining

  • LPG gas powered fridge and hob
  • Fire pit with dutch oven and cast iron griddle
  • Cooking basics supplied - olive oil, salt and pepper
  • Indoor seating for four people in the treehouse
  • Outdoor seating for six to eight people
  • Welcome pack including pate, cider, biscuits and marmalade, all local

For the dog

  • Treats on arrival
  • One of the fields is always kept free of livestock, so it's an ideal place to exercise
  • Water bowl
  • Towel for muddy paws and soggy coats
  • Small blanket

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • Early check in or late check out available on request
  • Children 5 years and over

Optional extras

  • Additional sacks of firewood available at £5 per sack

You should know

  • The double bed in the treehouse is on a raised platform reached by a ladder
  • There is a (very) minor road that runs past the camp
  • There are Mangalica pigs that roam the woods, although this is far from the camp
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In the neighbourhood

  • Erddig Hall, near Wrexham (14 miles away) has around 1200 acres of parkland that you and your dog are free to roam in
  • Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and canal (12 miles away) is one of the UK’s less well-known World Heritage Sites. It’s the longest and highest aqueduct in the UK – an impressive sight from the ground and a great view as you cross
  • There are nearer pubs, but the Three Pigeons Inn in Graigfechan, about five miles away is a beautiful old local which has revived a tradition of serving beer in two and three pint jugs, which they’ve had made by a local potter
  • In Llangollen, about seven miles south, there are a few dog-friendly places, from pubs like The Three Eagles and The Corn Mill, to the slightly fancier Gales Wine Bar
  • If you’re after something a bit more extreme than the many local hikes, then head the One Planet Adventure Mountain Bike Centre and get ready to tackle some serious downhills
  • The Clwydian hills run north from Llandegla to Prestatyn and are a great place to stretch your legs and tire out the dog with hill climbs to scenic viewpoints
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