Robin Bell Tent

UK Wales Mid Wales Ceredigion Coed-y-Bryn Henfryn Farm

  • Sleeps 6 (max 3 adults, 5 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
A giant 6 meter bell tent sleeping 6 people

The Owner Says

New for 2018 Robin is a giant 6 meter bell tent with double doors giving plenty of space and headroom. It can sleep 6 with a double bed, double futon and 3 single futons. It is fitted out with coir matting, fairy lights and a woodburner for cooler evenings. Bedding and bath towels are provided. As with all our tents it is set up on its own deck and had a private kitchen shelter next door. The Kitchen shelter has a table and benches, worktop area, a 2 ring gas stove, cool box and crockery, pans and cutlery. Just outside there is a firepit area with adjustable BBQ grill.
The tent is situated in the small hay meadow a short walk from the yard and parking area.
There are 2 compost loos, 2 washing up sinks and 2 showers near the tents and a flushing loo and further shower in the yard area. Up in the yard there is also space to charge your phone, there is a fridge and freezer for icepacks, a toaster, kettle and microwave as well as books, board games and information leaflets.
We are a car free site. You need to park in the yard and walk to your tent down the farm track. We do provide wheelbarrows to help you carry your stuff.

Included in the price are:

  • Bedding
  • Initial supply of wood for stove (extra can be purchased)
  • 1 double bed and, 2 single futons and a double futon bed
  • Fire pit/ BBQ area
  • Solar lights and paraffin lamps
  • Crockery, cutlery, pans etc
  • Coolbox
  • Greener Camping Club Membership

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About Henfryn Farm

Suitable For

Glampers, campers, tents, couples, families, exclusive hire of whole site – yes. Campervans, caravans, large single-sex groups – no. Dogs may be allowed by prior arrangement, please discuss this with the site prior to booking.


When you’ve had enough of the farm’s peace and tranquillity or just need remind yourself that there is more to West Wales than Henfryn there is plenty to do nearby. The Ceredigion coast is a short drive away with lots of stunning beaches as well as the coastal path. Mountain biking, horse riding, walking and boat trips can all be arranged a short distance from the farm. There are plenty of canoe, kayak or sailing options nearby too. Out and about there are the market towns of Newcastle Emlyn, Llandysul, Lampeter and Cardigan as well as attractions such as the National Botanic Gardens of Wales (01558 667149), The National Wool Museum (029 2057 3070), Cilgerran Wildlife Centre (01239 621212) and the Gwili Steam Railway (01267 238213) to name a few.

Food & Drink

Locally-produced sausages and bacon, eggs from the farm, steaks and mince and sometimes burgers from the farm's own cattle are all available on site. And the best bit? The farm's own home-made cider available! Its around a 10-minute drive to the particularly recommended Daffodil (01559 370343) in Penrwillan and The Belle (01570 480495) at Llanlwnii, both of which are well worth the drive, also the traditional Nags Head pub in Abercych (01239 841200). If you are a pizza fan we recommend a trip to Pizza Tipi (01239 612259) in Cardigan. There is a small shop in the village and a CK's supermarket 5 minutes’ drive away for gathering some camp-cooking goods.
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Henfryn Farm is located at Pentre Cwrt, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire SA44 5BB

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Getting There

The postcode SA44 5BB brings you right down the campsite lane but then stops at their neighbours, keep driving and you will come into the yard. When coming from the West you will come into Pentrecwrt on the A486, as you drop down into the village you take the first left on the B4335. You will come past the Black Horse pub on your right and then a little further, the Plas Parka Pub. Turn 2nd left just after the pub, this is a single track lane tucked in between a hedge and a white house, not the bigger road which is 1st after the pub. If coming from other directions you will likely join the A486 at Llandysul, follow the signs to Pentrecwrt and take the first right onto the B4335 and follow the directions as above.

The nearest trains are at Carmarthen station and from there a taxi to the farm takes about 30 minutes. Limited bus transport.