- Spacious glamping in a two-bedroomed retro caravan with all mod cons
- Lovely views from the Glamavan’s own garden on a 60-acre farm
- Organic local produce available in the farmhouse breakfasts and on-site shop
The Owner Says
The Glamavan is a very fun retro-chic vintage-style static caravan which sleeps up to five, but is equally a romantic bolthole for couples. Set in its own gardens along a charming chestnut paling fence it has commanding views over the Teifi Valley and organic farm. It has a double bedroom (135cm/4'6" wide double bed) and a twin bedroom (60cm/2' wide, 165cm/5'6"ft long beds – shorter than average, suitable for children and small adults). There is a sofa bed in the bay window for a fifth person. A fully fitted kitchen fulfills all your culinary needs – a gas cooker with eye level grill, toaster, kettle, microwave and fridge with small ice box. There is a shower and toilet in the bathroom. For entertainment there are games, a TV with DVD player and a Robert's Radio. A BBQ and outdoor furniture is in the private established garden. When it gets chilly there are electric radiators and a heated towel rail. All linen and towels are provided (but please bring your own beach towels). With just the chickens for neighbours, who could ask for more? There is a Wendy House nearby, a washing line and outdoor tap. Breakfast is available in the farmhouse, order the night before and choose from an extensive local organic menu. The farm shop is stocked full of convenient goodies and a loaf of bread can be made for you, with 24 hours notice.
Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm is a working farm set in beautiful West Wales. Here is a place where you can experience peace and tranquillity – unwind surrounded by green fields, with wonderful views. There is birdsong all day and a dark sky at night to observe unpolluted heavens. Just a short drive will take you to the dramatic coast of Cardigan Bay with its magnificent sandy beaches, the coastal path and Bottlenose Dolphins. Drink at local microbreweries, eat wood-fired pizzas, walk to the gin distillery and cheesemaker. The farm itself prides itself on its green credentials and award-winning accommodation. There is a games barn with table tennis and pool table – a refuge from the elements and a cool space when it's sunny. The farm shop is stocked with local organic produce and homemade bread to order. Organic breakfasts are available to all guests in the imposing traditional farmhouse.
Picture yourself gathered around a campfire on a warm summers evening surrounded by ancient ash trees. Look up and watch the swallows, red kites, buzzards and later on the bats and owls. With just the scent of roses and honeysuckle and wood smoke what more could you want? Isn’t it every camper's dream to find such a place, where you can be alone in a secluded glade with only your friends and family? Walk from the doorstep around the lush 60-acre farm, climb Mary’s hill, find the dingly dell, pooh corner and the sound of music trees and help collect the eggs in the morning.
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
Farm Shop specialising in local and organic food, why not pre-order before arrival. Refills available so you can buy exactly what you need for each meal.
The Games Barn a charming whitewashed stone barn with a pool table (50p's), table tennis & darts. Great on rainy days and fun for all the family, an indoor outdoor space in which to relax meet other guests.
Fire Bowls on request for open fires. Fire wood is available to purchase. Local charcoal is for sale in the farm shop.
Walks around the 60 acre organic farm, with streams, ponds and an abundance of wildlife.
Cardigan Bay and all it's delights is just a 30 minute drive away.
B&B in the Farmhouse, absolute comfort in a tastefully restored 200 year old Welsh farmhouse in 2 rooms sleeping 2-6 people.
Ty Mamgu Cabin (Grandma's House) a romantic secluded cabin for 2, with log burner and fully functional retro kitchen set in it's own grounds.
Ty Nodyn (Welsh for Note House) this quirky cottage with a bed made from 2 up cycled pianos is the most unique place you could ever stay in. With log burner and fully functional shiny kitchen it is a cool, retro and modern place for 3 guests (+1).
The Glamavan sleeps 5 happy Glampers in a double room, small twin room and sofa bed. Retro chic charm with a fully functional kitchen and dining area with views over the gardens and Teifi Valley beyond.
Just 5 quiet pitches in secluded settings - it is barely a camp site
Hot shower from a watering can
Freezer for blocks
Washing Up Facilities
Proper Recycling: glass, paper, plastic, metal, food waste, compost, dog waste compost
No electric hook-up, but a couple of sockets to re-charge
Amazing habitat for all creatures great and small, they choose to live here in abundance (with good reason). Owls, buzzards, kites, swallows, sparrows, robins, rabbits, badgers, moles, foxes, hedgehogs, worms, butterflies and slugs (yep, they eat well).
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 Llangrannog – where you can even 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 takes in the best of the National Park and its dramatic coastline, as does the longer Wales Coast Path. The National Wool Museum (free entry) is a short drive from the farm, 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. This is a great area for Coasteering. There is a comprehensive list of things to do and places to eat in this fabulous area on our website www/organicfarmwales.co.uk.
Food & Drink
There's a farm shop on site specialising in local and organic produce. Ken can make a loaf of flower pot bread to order. Breakfast can also be served in the farmhouse to guests who are not staying for B&B . The price is £15/adult/£7.50/child(2-11)/pp/breakfast and booking is essential (and subject to availability). A couple of miles down the road lies The Daffodil Inn (01559 370343) at Penrhiwllan, a cracking gastropub (listed in the Michelin Guide) with stunning views of the Teifi Valley countryside from its dining room. Teifi Cheese Farm is very nearby and is a lovely place to stock up on local cheese and buy award winning botanical and seaweed gin from their organic distillery (book to go on a distillery tour). Cardigan is a great place to eat in. Buy local crab and other delicacies from the Tuesday Market in St Dogmaels then eat at Pizza Tipi, Crwst, Bara Menyn (amazing sour dough) and El Salsa Mexican street food (you might need a couple of trips!). Fantastic fresh organic vegetables are grown at Glebelands Market Garden (Thurs-Sat) at St Dogmaels. There is a very nice well stocked village shop at Penrhiwllan Stores. More places to eat are listed on our website or can be emailed on request.
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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.