4.3 miles NE of Lampeter
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £80 per night
Yurt in Ceredigion, Wales: This quirky glamping abode is nestled amongst the trees in rural Mid Wales, the sweetest escape from the hum drum of everyday life.
Rowan Yurt is a characterful retreat, promising a restorative time in nature. It is off-grid, so allows you to appreciate the simple things in life; connecting with the outdoors and spending quality time with the ones you love most. The yurt is complete with all you’ll need for a comfortable stay. From its sumptuous double bed to quirky beanbags in front of the wood-burner, you are in for a truly cosy stay! Listen to the birds sing their morning song as you enjoy a cup of coffee on the outside decking area surrounded by pretty flowers . Or delve into your favourite book and soak up the glorious Welsh sunshine. This rural retreat is perfect for those wanting to escape from it all in the most beautiful setting.
Stroll along the path to find this pocket sized paradise nestled amongst the forest green trees. The location of the yurt is utterly enchanting. Step inside to find equality magical interiors, complete with quirky furnishings and lovely finishing touches. Pretty linens adorn the double bed and colourful rugs add to its unique charm. Take a seat on the cute bohemian bean bags and get cosy around the wood-burner on those cooler evenings. As morning arrives, you will awake to the sound of wildlife and the wind kissing the trees which surround you. Head out onto the lovely decking area for a spot of breakfast and simply admire the stunning Welsh countryside presented before you. Breathe in the crisp fresh air and feel the morning sun on your skin. Here, you will be utterly at peace in nature's paradise.
There is ample outside space for you to enjoy and your four-legged friend will love bounding through the trees as you explore the gorgeous surrounding woodland and pretty meadows. Rowan Yurt transports you to a simpler time, perhaps reminding you of fond childhood memories of being out in nature. Try your hand at alfresco cooking, grab some fresh local produce and rustle up a feast over the rustic barbecue. As the stars begin to appear, pour a glass of your favourite and sink into the romantic atmosphere this enchanting retreat has to offer.
Separate from the yurt, you will find the quirky shepherd’s hut and outhouse. These are shared facilities with another hideaway on site, Gorse Yurt (5183). You will have your own private allocated shower within the shepherd’s hut and a shared Belfast sink. The shared kitchen area is spacious and superbly equipped with everything you’ll need during your stay. Including a gas oven, kettle, electric power points and your own fridge. There is even a cute dining area and warming wood-burner to keep you toasty throughout the seasons. If you are looking to holiday with friends or another couple, these yurts are the perfect solution. However, you are assured privacy, with your own secluded areas to enjoy. You will also have your own off-grid toilet with a compost loo, just a few steps away from the yurt.
Rowan Yurt is completely off-grid, there is no TV or Wi-Fi, perfect for a digital cleanse to leave your mind feeling clear and content after your stay. The toilet is also off-grid with a compost loo, making it a super eco-friendly alternative!
Out and About
Rowan Yurt is settled in the heart of Mid Wales, near the market town of Lampeter. This pretty town has a number of independent shops, selling books, records, art and crafts and clothing, along with a few small eateries and excellent cafes. There is also a regular farmers market and events that run in the town throughout the year, including a beer and cider festival, food festival and agricultural show. There are pretty churches and the lovely Cae Hir Gardens nearby. The central location is perfect as you can head to the Cardigan Bay coast or the Cambrian Mountains.
The pretty fishing village of New Quay is just a 30 minute drive away and a little further afield is Aberystwyth, both with stunning seaside scenery. Aberystwyth is a bustling town, steeped with a rich history. Stroll along the Victorian promenade after a day on the beach or browse the quaint independent shops and little foodie spots. For lovers of the outdoors, visit Claerwen Valley, one of mid-Wales’ most popular destinations for walkers or the Brecon Beacons for endless walking routes and breathtaking scenery. Hafod Estate is equally as beautiful, with its enchanting forests, rocky gorges and magnificent views. After a day of exploring your wonderful surroundings, head back to your heavenly haven for a restful night's sleep.
Open plan living-room with dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner. Double bed (4’6”)
Shared shower-room with allocated shower and shared wash-basin
Shared kitchen with gas cooker, fridge, kettle and wood-burner.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £80 - £110 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £40 is payable per booking.
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