Overnight

We offer limited overnight options as we want you to have the peace and quiet of this area.

To view our Glamping options please click here We have the Orchard complete with 32 apple trees, Derwen (Oak) situated closer to our stream, Lludw (Ash) closer to Derwen but with it’s own secluded corner. These Bell Tents have ample space for four and are large enough for 6 and are set up accordingly, a stove, a double bed, two singles and 2 z-beds. They have a kitchen area and the basics, meaning you need to bring fewer items when you stay, and you can eat with style. Each area will have basic showering facilities along with a composting toilet. We also have limited off grid electrics meaning you have lights and can recharge the essentials while you stay.

To view our Camping + options please click here We have Celyn (Holly) and Collen (Hazel), Celyn and Collen are camping pitches with their own composting toilets, undercover kitchen areas and firepits. You will need to bring cooking equipment with you, your own tent etc once set up these spaces offer a unique experience.

To view our Camping options please click here We also have 6 more basic camping pitches, each has good space and great views, while being away from road traffic noise. Firepits are available to hire for these camping areas.

We hope that you will want to get away and to relax, if you wanted to take part in any of the activities we run you have the first option to attend the activities through Green Ideas and you also have a 20% discount on those activities when you stay with us.

Cars are not allowed onto the camping area, but we have provided trolleys for everyone to move their camping equipment with ease.

Composting toilets are typically emptied on Fridays. Our grass is typically cut on Thursdays and Fridays. We will however amend things and change these normal days to accommodate those staying with us.

In the event of an Amber weather warning (wind or rain) as issued by the Met office or higher we will refund you in full and cancel your stay as we do not want people to stay in adverse conditions.

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