A sustainable holiday retreat that gets you up close to nature in a beautiful and undiscovered part of Wales.
Betws Bledrws Lampeter Ceredigion SA48 8PB 01570 493 358
Situated in the heart of rural Ceredigion in southwest Wales, Denmark Farm Conservation Centre is the ultimate eco-retreat. It's a farm and nature reserve running courses in sustainable living and habitats management, but also has a campsite, bunkhouse and hostel, and a self-catering eco-lodge that can accommodate anything up to 16 people in 3 separate apartments.
The great thing about the lodge is that it's flexible: you can occupy as much or as little space as you like, from 2 people to an upper limit 16 (if you're utilising all 6 bedrooms and sofa beds), so it's ideal for everyone from couples to families to large groups of friends or extended families. The accommodation is crisp and clean, almost Scandinavian in feel, and is situated in the middle of Denmark Farm's 40-acre nature reserve, complete with woodland trails and hides, ponds, lakes and meadows; plus there are play areas outside and in the woods. It's all about sustainability, and all profits go to help fund the work of the centre's nature and biodiversity charity, the Shared Earth Trust. But it's no hair-shirt enterprise – holidays here are both a comfortable and affordable way to enjoy this special, natural environment; and bear in mind also that you're in a fabulous part of Wales, with countless great walks on your doorstep – the beautiful Hafod Estate and the Devils Bridge Falls are nearby – as is the university town of Lampeter, the Ceredegion coast and any number of other great attractions, natural and otherwise.
Whether you'd like to explore the stunning and wild Cambrian Mountains or take stroll on a quiet beach along the breathtaking Cardigan Bay, Denmark Farm provides the perfect location. Our unique self-catering Eco Lodge provides comfortable accommodation for couples, families and groups with an added bonus that holidays at Denmark Farm are as sustainable as can be. Available for long weekends, mid week breaks as well as full week stays. We provide very accessible accommodation for people with limited mobility: access ramp, no steps/stairs between rooms, wet rooms with no enclosed shower cubicle and accessible facilities.
Our Favourite Spot
Why not stay at our unique and peaceful Eco campsite immersed in nature and wildlife? And if you need a little more comfort you can book our new Glamping Yurt. Additionally we offer a simple dormitory/bunkhouse (sleeps 7-10).
The local area
The Eco Lodge is located in our 40 acre nature reserve which guests can enjoy at any time. Trails around the site lead you to wildlife watching hides, ponds, lakes, meadows, woodland and plenty of interpretation to help you understand the rich nature all around.
Best local places to eat and drink
For a very special country pub visit Y Talbot in Tregaron, just 7 miles from Denmark Farm. Good ales, great food and family friendly. Stock up on all your organic and local food supplies at Organic Fresh Foods on the Industrial Estate in Lampeter (4 miles from us).
Why stay with us?
Located in beautiful Ceredigion; where wildlife is at the heart of everything we do. Denmark Farm can be enjoyed by families and nature-lovers. Come and see for yourself… if you love nature then you’ll love Denmark Farm!
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Things to see & do nearby
There are four twin bedrooms and two double rooms, plus two of the twin rooms can be converted into doubles if required. All bedrooms are en-suite except one which has a shower room nearby.
Find a bed in a place to sleep near you
7 nights: £345–£650 for 4 people, depending on the time of year (2 people £280–£485, 6 people £430–£810, 12 people £860–£1,620).
Midweek breaks and long weekends also available – £170 (2 people low season) –£1,050 (12 people peak season).
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Travelling from Lampeter on the A485, look out for our brown tourist sign and take the turning left (after a stone bridge) and continue for around two miles; Denmark Farm is located on the left. Look out for the ‘Denmark Farm Conservation Centre’ sign at the end of our track (and be warned SatNav often takes drivers a mile or two past Denmark Farm!)
Open all year round.