Still availability for August bank holidays! This weekend!! From £160 for a midweek (Mon-Fri) or weekend(Fri-mon) break
Two beautiful, hand painted, traditional Mongolian yurts with stunning views over uninhabited valleys in mid Wales. Situated on working organic farm which is home to a small community. Cooking/dining in lovely converted bus. Two Welsh 'camping' yurts in small field for groups.
|Small, friendly, working organic farm and community|
|Learrn about food production/alternative energy/sustainable living|
|No traffic noise, no light pollution, so much wildlife|
|Merlin's cafe bus for creating your own romantic evening meal|
|Courses in prehistoric arts and traditional crafts|
|working sheep farm, house cows, hens, bees|
|Wood burning stoves, Mountain views,uninhabited valleys|
|Idyllic and romantic location ideal for couples|
|Meet volunteers of many nationalities|
|Sit round an evening fire in your own firepit|
The Mongolian yurts sleep 5 and 6 and are in glorious locations with stuuning views ....each in its own secluded enclosure, each handpainted and lined with felt for a cosier feel. There are 3 beds in each for which bedding is provided. There are additional mattresses underneath to sleep 2 or 3 children. Each has a woodburning stove for which wood is provided. There is a fire pit for each outside where you can relax for the evening. The Welsh yurts are let out as a pair - great if you want a little space from children or extended family... sleeeping 2 and 5 people in a lovely light and airy space. There is a fire pit in their own small field. Cooking and dining for everyone is in a beautifully converted old school bus. The are compost and flush loos, solar shower, bath in the house. The farm is a fascinating complex of old buildings and chapel, restored over many years. 2 Jersey house cows are milked each day and milk converted to cheese and butter. There are flocks of jacob and soay sheep. We grow most of our own vegetables and use wind and wood for electricity and heating. We run courses in prehistoric arts, organise archaeological excavations and do stone sculpting. We are home to a small community which is extended with volunteers from all over the world.