One Cat Farm (with hot tub), Cardigan Bay, Wales
We make traditional camping easy and relaxing on our tiny, year-round glamping site. We are 5 minutes from the beautiful beaches of Cardigan Bay and the colourful Georgian Harbour town of Aberaeron. We have 4 unique eco-camping dens on a 3 acre site in a hidden wooded valley.
On site enjoy campfire cooking, hammocks, wood fired baths, warm comfortable beds with luxury hotel linen, a large communal kitchen with gas hobs, electric fridge, hot water and everything you might need to rustle up a proper feast. We light the wood burner in here if its chilly and guests can relax on the sofa with a book or enjoy a board game round the huge table. Next door are flushing loos and hot showers.
Explore the wildlife ponds on site or follow a footpath from the doorstep through woodland and down to the sea 3 miles away.
We will provide everything you might need. You really do only need to bring towels, clothes and food!
We are a tiny, year-round eco-glamping site 3 miles from the beaches of Cardigan Bay,Wales. Our dry and cosy camping dens will keep you warm (or cool!) whatever the weather. Enjoy the simple pleasures of a holiday spent outdoors with camp-fires, hammocks, outdoor cooking, wood-fired baths & starry skies.
Four unique camping dens (eco pods) are set in a 3 acre meadow in a hidden wooded valley. The dens feature double glazing and electric heating and are simply styled with a Nordic feel. Perfect for couples wanting a romantic escape or families on a mini adventure. Proper sprung mattresses, thick duvets, crisp cotton bed linen and vintage wool blankets ensure a perfect night’s sleep. In the morning, take tea and toast on the veranda whilst watching the birds on the wildlife ponds.
A short stroll away is the converted pig shed where the Nordic style continues in the large well-equipped kitchen with gas hobs, huge fridge, food storage boxes and everything you could need to cook up a proper feast. Or just a quick breakfast in the morning. There is also a large dining table, comfy sofa and a wood burner in here as well as some games and books and lots of info on the local area. Next door are flushing loos and proper hot showers.
Explore the site, bring the family and watch the kids turn feral and entertain themselves in the great outdoors whilst you relax round your campfire or read in the hammock. Bring the dog and enjoy walks from our doorstep, beautiful beaches and some excellent dog friendly local pubs. Bring your other half, hideout in your den, lie side by side in our wood-fired baths whilst watching the stars, walk from our site along footpaths down to the coast and local town where you can enjoy fish and chips or a romantic meal in the local pub.
Turn up, switch off, relax.
Beaches! Busy, quiet, sandy, pebbly, they are all beautiful and with a couple of exceptions, very undiscovered. We can send you to a beautiful one which is only accessible by foot. or you can walk from site along footpaths and the old railway line all the way to the coast.
Dolphin spotting- Cardigan Bay is one of the best places in the world to spot dolphins. Take a boat or we can tell you the best beaches to spot them from the shore.
Llanerchaeron National Trust Property. Just 2 miles from us or you can walk along footpaths all the way. An old self sufficient Manor house complete with walled gardens, working farm, lake and acres of woodland and pasture to explore. Also a good cafe if you want to spend the day there.
Ty Glyn Walled garden. In the local village this little gem is run by a charity and was designed with children in mind. Pack a picnic
The Cambrian Mountains- inland from us, the setting for the TV show Hinterland. Wild and deserted, you can walk or drive for miles without seeing another soul.
The Welsh language and culture
Explore the harbour town of Aberaeron, a pretty unspoilt place famous for its brightly painted houses and honey ice cream. Go crabbing in the harbour.
The coast path- this runs around the entire Welsh coast. Pick a section and walk from village to village.
Dolaucothi Goldmines, pan for gold, go on a tour underground and see how the miners worked looking for precious Welsh gold. Stop off at the Dolaucothi Arms on the way back.
At A Glance
Sleeps Max: 4 adults/2 adults + 3 children
Beds: 1 double bed with proper sprung mattress (luxury bedding supplied)
2 x singles (these stow away for more space during the day) sheets, pillows and cases supplied. Duvets can be pre-booked
option of an additional child size z bed
We have a travel cot available for infants plus high chairs, changing mat, toddler loo seat etc for guests use.
Facilities & Features:
*BBQ / Fire pit, *Linen Supplied/Available, *Open Fire / Woodburner, *Parking (Allocated/On site), *Children / Families welcome, *Close to beach *Dogs Welcome
Contact & Pricing
Tel: 01570 470203
Address: Bronfre Fach
Prices: Winter prices from £120 per 2 night stay
Peak time prices (summer holidays) £330 for 3 nights (mon-fri) £400 4 nights (midweek)
Minimum of 2 night stay at all times. We are usually flexible with arrival and departure days. The exception to this is during the School Holidays when our changeover days are Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Guests must arrive and depart on one of these days.