Our Safari Tents

Roaring campfires, beautiful beds, sumptious sofas, running water, flushing toilets and fully equipped kitchens.

It's like camping, only better.

Our three fully equipped safari tents make the most of our amazing views

You will find our three luxurious safari tents Seren, Afon and Aderyn (meaning star, river and bird in Welsh) nestled into one of the hillsides of our lovely 11 acre smallholding in West Wales.

Each tents sleeps up to 6 so they are perfect for a glamping holiday with families and friends alike, but are cosy enough if there are just two of you.

We welcome group bookings and happy to host celebrations on site.  For more information on taking over the farm you can read our blog here

Seren has a wood-fired hot tub on the pitch which you are welcome to hire if you would like to take in the views from the tub!

We welcome well-behaved dogs in Afon and Aderyn. Seren is our dog free tent.

Campfires are very welcome on the site and if you forget your sticks and marshmallows the on-site honesty shop is always kept in good supply.

A view of the living area of the safari tent with the front up

About the Safari Tents

The safari tents have a spacious living area with a cosy wood burning range cooker,  leather sofa, handcrafted dining table, benches and chairs as well as a coffee table and games box.

There is a fully equipped, hand-crafted kitchen in each of the tents including a belfast sink with running water, a single ring gas burner for emergency cups of tea and a lovely Chilli Penguin log burning stove with oven and hot plate.  The kitchens come with all pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and glasses.

The safari tents each have 2 bedrooms, one double (with a king sized bed) and one twin room, as well as a handcrafted cabin bed (a double) which is situated just off of the living area.  The bedrooms are all equipped with extra blankets and hot water bottles.

Last but by no means least the tents have private flushing toilets and hand basins (showers are located just across the field).

Outside there is a covered deck area with seating to make the most of the incredible views, there is also a separate picnic table and fire pit for alfresco dining and cooking.

One of the most common questions we get asked about the safari tents is 'but how like camping is it?'. So we wrote this blog to answer that question.

A view of the living area of the safari tent