Description of Glamping Units
You can pick from 4 yurts, depending on how many people you are traveling with. The blue yurt is in an open position overlooking the farm with a wonderful view across the hills and can accommodate up to 6 people. The orange yurt is in a lovely secluded position with a stunning view across a small uninhabited valley and can accommodate up to 5 people.
Set in their own small field on the edge of woods - but without the far reaching views - are two Welsh-made yurts, which will sleep 7 altogether - 5 in one and 2 in the other. Read More
- Double bed
- Linens provided
The property is equipped with a converted school bus, which offers a gas cooker and a rayburn. The rayburn can be used for cooking or heating water for the shower on days when there is not enough sun to provide hot water. There is a fully equipped kitchen with wooden tables and chairs inside so all you need to bring is your own food. At the end of the bus, you’ll find a compost loo, a solar shower and a small washroom. Each yurt is surrounded by a private enclosure with its own fire pit for cooking in.Read More
Location + Surroundings
This working farm offers beautiful yurts in the center of Wales, where you’ll learn about and participate in the alternative to commercial farming. The farm grows food to feed the people who work on the farm and the visitors that are lucky enough to find this little nature haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life. They sell excess meat and honey if anything is left after everyone has eaten their fill. The biodiversity of the land is both varied and abundant. This property is meant to be place where strangers come together and different cultures meet. Through living and working together, volunteers are able to appreciate the complex interactions between people, animals, climate and land involved in food production. Read More
The property offers courses in prehistoric arts where you can disappear on a fascinating archaeological project. There are beautiful walks in every direction, quiet places to be away from people and gardens to sit in. For children there are streams to paddle in, woods to explore, animals to encounter, fires to be lit, a pond to fish in, croquet to play and even a trampoline in the field. For those that want to explore mid Wales, you should consider visiting Llanidloes, Elan Valley, Gigrin Farm Kite Feeding Center, Cadair Idris, Aberdovey, Ynslas Nature Reserve, The Gilfach Nature Reserve, Glaslyn Nature Reserve, Montgomery Castle, Yns Hir, Hafren Forest, Devils Bridge, Llanidloes Golf Club, Powys Castle, Center for Alternative Technology, Hay on Wye, Black Mountains, Castell y Bere, Machynlleth, Aberystwyth and Llwyn Clwedog.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.