Meadow Yurt

UK Wales Mid Wales Ceredigion Go Eco Glamping

  • Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Hot Tub
  • Private Bathroom
  • In room Wifi
Genuine Mongolian yurt in a romantic Ceredigion setting, with exceptional facilities and surrounded by wildlife.
  • Wood-fired hot tub – the ultimate in relaxation
  • Stunning four-poster bed and high-quality bedding
  • Private, high-spec kitchen and shower facilities

The Owner Says

There is nowhere else like it.  A king size, four poster bed in a meadow. With remote control electric lighting, USB charging points and WiFi.

The genuine Mongolian ger has beautiful patterned woodwork and is well insulated so the log burner can keep you cosy and warm. Candles and twinkling fairy lights help create a very romantic atmosphere.  A two seater sofa to snuggle up together in front of the roaring log fire and dining table and chairs ensure that you have everything you need whatever the weather or time of year.

The facilities at Oakvale are exceptional.  A shepherd's hut immediately adjacent to the yurt provides a private shower room with walk-in shower, basin and flushing toilet.  Next door is a fully fitted kitchen with fridge and proper gas cooker.  No need to share and no need to trek across the fields in the darkness, everything to hand, just where you want it.  Quality bed linen, towels, bathrobes and slippers ensure every comfort. 

A wood-fired hot tub accessed right off the deck, table and chairs for alfresco dining and reclining sun loungers complete the luxury facilities.

Magnificent views and abundant wildlife make this an off-grid experience that sets the standard for "luxury glamping".

Features & Facilities

 2 Mongolian yurts, insulated with sheep’s wool and heated via a glass-fronted log-burning stove. Each yurt features a romantic 4-poster bed (linen, towels, robes, slippers, toiletries all provided), sofa, dining table and chairs and remote control electric lighting, candles and fairy lights. Outside, there's a fire pit, plus sun loungers on the large, elevated deck. Large walk-in shower, proper flushing toilet, lit mirror and organic toiletries. Wood-fired hot tub accessible from the deck. The meadow is full of wildlife, and the nearby stream is occasionally visited by an otter. Red kites, buzzards, woodpeckers, nut hatches, herons, ducks, swallows, goldcrests, long tailed tits live on site or visit regularly.


Llanachaeron National Trust property (01545 570200) – a Georgian villa, organic farm, walled-garden, lake and woodland walk – is only 20 minutes away. The woods and gardens are free to visit and dogs (on leads) are welcome in the woodland and parkland walks. You can walk along a disused railway to the scenic coastal town of Aberaeron, and the pretty harbour town of New Quay is within a 30-minute drive – boasting fabulous views of Cardigan Bay. Dolphin spotting boat trips are available in the summer from both towns, and they each have a wide variety of places to eat out. A little further on is Aberystwyth with its pier and funicular cliff railway. You can also catch the huffing and puffing Vale of Rheidol Railway (01970 625819) steam train through the Welsh countryside to the famous Devil’s Bridge Falls (01970 890233). Closer to home, the countryside lanes around the site are very quiet and perfect for a stroll to admire the scenery.

Food & Drink

Full kitchen facilities are right next to the yurt, plus a fire-pit for roasting marshmallows. Lampeter is just 10 minutes away and has a variety of independent shops, cafés, deli’s and restaurants – along with 2 supermarkets for supplies. Lloyds Fish and Chip Shop (01570 422366) is regularly voted 'Number 1 Fish and Chip Shop in Wales', whilst The Shapla Tandoori (01570 422076) also comes highly recommended. Mulberry Bush Wholefoods (01570 423317) has a café upstairs with a great veggie menu. Aberaeron is 30 minutes away and has a nice selection of restaurants: The Hive (01545 570445) and the Harbour Master (01545 570755) are both right by the harbour and popular with locals.
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Getting There

The Sat-Nav will direct you to the centre of the site's postcode (SA48 7LF) which is on the right road, but stops at a derelict farm about ½ mile away. With the farm on your right, continue for half a mile, go over a small bridge then up a steep hill. You will see signs and gravel entrance at the top of the hill on your left. From Lampeter: take the A475 to Llanwnnen. At the mini-roundabout take the 2nd exit (sign posted Temple Bar / Cribyn). After ¼-mile turn left at the Chapel (Capel y Groes) on a sharp right-hand bend then take the first right. Oakvale is just under 2 miles on the left, at the top of a hill – approx 400m from the crossroads at the end of the road. The nearest mainline stations are at Carmarthen and Aberystwyth. Pick up can be arranged from either if required.