- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Pet Friendly
The Owner Says
A very private pitch with apple trees and currant bushes, with a gate leading into a dreamy meadow edged with tall ash trees. A wonderful pitch to sit by the campfire in and listen to the many birds who are happily busying themselves in all those trees. Conveniently located behind the games barn and tucked away by the track to the toilet and shower, this is a spacious pitch which won't disappoint.
Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm is a very special place. It is a working farm with sheep and sometimes cattle in the summer. Hens, occasional pigs, and Gyp, the friendly collie. It is just so peaceful – a place to unwind and listen to the birds. Each camping pitch is carefully laid out in their own private space with only the green countryside to soak up. It is a quiet family-friendly site suitable for families, couples, retired couples and anyone who just loves the great outdoors. BBQs welcome, campfires welcome.
There is a large games barn, with table tennis, pool and darts. The farm shop is well-stocked, and there is a larger village shop 2 miles away (or a half an hour walk) where there is a gastro pub The Daffodil Inn Penrhiwllan. There is a petrol station with a small shop half a mile away.
The toilet and shower facilities are located on the farmyard in a stylish zinc building, where there is free hot water. There is a dish washing sink and drainer, an open-air wash hand basin for face, teeth and hands; a shower cubicle with a quirky watering can shower; and a toilet and sink cubicle.
Breakfast is available to order in the farmhouse. Guests are encouraged to explore all corners of the 60-acre farm, so bring your wellies! Sorry, we cannot accommodate larger groups. We ask guests to be quiet after 10.00pm.
About Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm
Couples, families, groups, dogs – yes.
It's a short drive to Cardigan Bay, famous for its bottlenose dolphins. The Ceredigion Heritage Coast is home to lovely seaside towns and villages like Llangranog – where you can go dry-slope skiing – and New Quay, a wonderful little fishing village a few miles south from the colourful harbour town of Aberaeron. There's a host of good beaches and an array of great walking routes, while further south the Pembrokeshire Coast Path (08453 457275) takes in the best of the National Park (08453 457275) and its dramatic coastline, as does the longer Wales Coast Path. The National Wool Museum (02920 573070) is a short drive from the campsite, while Newcastle Emlyn is 10 minutes away and boasts the ruins of a 13th century castle, good restaurants, and a country market every Friday. The River Teifi offers trout fishing, walking trails and canoeing in most places.
Food & Drink
There's a farm shop on site specialising in local and organic produce. There is a fully furnished kitchen in the Glamavan, but breakfast can be served from the farmhouse (£15/pp). There's also a BBQ. A couple of miles down the road lies The Daffodil Inn (01559 370343) at Penrhiwllan, a cracking gastropub with stunning views of the Teifi Valley countryside from its dining room.
Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm is located at Nantgwynfaen, Penrhiwllan Road, Croeslan, Llandysul, Ceredigion SA44 4SR
Trains run from London Paddington to Carmarthen and take approx. 4 hrs. From here you can hire a car or get the bus to Henllan. Cyclists welcome, near Sustrans route 82.