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Owl Lodge with wood fired hot tub

At Sloeberry Farm

Sloeberry Farm, Blaenannerch, Aberporth Ceredigion.

  • Sleeps 8 (max 8 adults, 6 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Private Hot Tub
  • Private Bathroom
  • Pet Friendly
Lit by candles and warmed by a log-burning stove, this safari lodge offers a great base amid the natural beauty of West Wales.
  • Self-contained glamping log burners, leather sofas, en-suite toilet, shower and fully equipped kitchen
  • Large deck and outside space with fire pit to enjoy the rural views
  • One of three Safari Lodges set in 13 acres of pasture and woodland that’s open for exploration

This information was supplied by Sloeberry Farm

After a long day exploring the area or walking by the coast our lodges are designed to be the perfect base to come back to, sit back, relax and take in the sunset across the lake.

Sleeping

Owl Lodge sleeps up to 8 people, and up to 1 dog. There is a large master bedroom with a king bed, a king cabin bed for those that want to hideaway and a mezzanine bedroom with 4 singles. All with proper beds made up with luxurious bed linen, superwarm duvets and cosy blankets. Everyone will be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the otter brook burbling past. Next to the bedrooms is shower room and separate cloak room with flushing toilet.

Cooking

The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you should need including a gas hob, sink, cooking utensils, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and glassware. Each lodge is equipped with a cold locker which will keep items well chilled for a few days until you swap over the cold blocks (we provide frozen hot water bottles which do the job perfectly). Across from the kitchen area is a full size dining table great for a long lingering supper.

Relaxing

Our lodges are lit with a mixture of lamps and candles, at the heart of the lodge is our wood burning stove, surrounded by vintage leather chesterfields: it will keep the lodge warm in all weathers and is the perfect spot to finish the evening.

Outside

There is large raised deck area at the front of the lodge with stunning views across the coastal hills, where better to sit with a glass of wine and a book on a summer afternoon. Relax in the private wood fired hot tub.  Just outside is a picnic table, firepit and BBQ for campfire cooking or as evening settles sitting by a crackling log fire whilst gazing at the stars across the immense West Wales night sky.

Questions and FAQs

What else should I bring along?

You should just be able to turn up and everything you need to have a great holiday will be there...

Bring a picnic rug if you fancy a picnic in the wild-flower meadow or by the stream.

A few extra torches are handy we provide lamps for the lodges but there is no ambient lighting around the farm at night so a good torch is great for finding your way and making sure you don’t step on a frog in your flip flops.

A couple of extra boxes of matches, someone always misplaces the lighters we provide and you don’t want to be flameless as night draws in.

Evenings are longer without the distraction of TV and internet so some games to play as a family are always a good idea and bring along your favourite books to read by lamplight.

Food (obviously) and maybe some essential store items, salt, pepper, butter, oil if you are going in for some proper camp cooking, and maybe marshmallows for toasting on the fire. But don’t go overboard the nearest supermarket is only 10mins away.

Will I be warm enough ?

Our lodges are very luxurious, weatherproof, windproof and equipped with thick warm duvets and but its still made of wood and canvas, so if you’re prone to feeling the cold pyjamas are good for bedtime and its worth packing a wellies, a coat and a few jumpers just in case the British summer weather isn’t so summery, layering is key...

Can I bring my dog?

Dogs are always welcome by arrangement at Sloeberry Farm, all we ask is you keep them on the lead at all times (it’s a condition of our planning) and clean up all dog mess straight away so another guest doesn’t stand in it.

Are the showers hot and what about the loos?

A hot shower is crucial after a day out on the beach, all of our showers supply a limitless amount of hot water (no putting 50p in a meter which runs out just when you have got your shampoo in) and all of our toilets are modern flushing variety.

Can I have a campfire?

In our opinion campfires are a key part of camping. Not only do they offer warmth, and an atmospheric backdrop to an evening but they also provide plenty of heat for cooking. Each lodge has its own fire pit with access to a good supply of firewood which you can buy daily on site. Be it baking potatoes, toasting marshmallows or cooking a cowboy chilli, as the stars start to twinkle, the camp fire becomes the centrepiece of your evening.  Only logs provided by or purchased at Sloeberry Farm can be used on the campfires, wood burners and hot tubs.

Is there electricity to power my hairdryer, straighteners etc?

Sloeberry Farm is a mains electricity free experience so as well as having slightly frizzy hair, there’s no internet, TV, email or games consoles to be distracted by. Enjoy the experience of chatting to each other by lamplight, of long nights tuggled in a blanket lulled by the sounds of the logs crackling on an open fire, trying to spot a hedgehog snuffle by... (We do provide a couple of points where you can charge your phones if you really must, we’re not complete luddites)

About Sloeberry Farm

Glamping on a former farm and working mill with a private lake, plenty of space to explore and stunning views across the Welsh countryside

Sloeberry Farm Lodges and Bell Tents are located in 13 acres of pasture & woods, only 3 miles from the fishing village and stunning beaches of Aberporth and a short drive from the historic town of Cardigan.

Glamping Site Facilities

Bell tents contain real mattresses, duvets and blankets, gas hob cooking facilities, cold locker, kitchen equipment, firepits, picnic tables and deck chairs. There are modern toilets and gas powered showers housed in huts created by a local craftsman and a spacious washing up area. Canvas lodges sleep up to 7 people in a king bed, full size bunk beds, comfy camp bed and a king size cabin bed. They are equipped with leather sofas, wood burners, dining table and fully equipped kitten including cold locker. Each lodge has a private shower room and en suite wash room with basin and flushing toilet. On the deck there are deck chairs and bean bags. They have picnic tables, fire pits and a separate BBQ. Also, available for use is a fridge and charging points.

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