Pant y March Farm

UK Wales North Wales Gwynedd Bala

  • Groups welcome
  • Good walks nearby
Action-packed, with an array of water sports to either attempt, master or fail.

Part of the hugely successful Feather Down Farms concept, Pant y March Farm, is camping for those who like their creature comforts – rustic decor and outdoor living but with comfy bedding and all mod cons thrown in including a hob, wood burner and coffee grinder. Feather Down takes pride in the details, making sure you always get a jaw-dropping view, the eggs are always ready to be collected from the chicken coop; and fresh bacon and milk is only a larder trip away. This leaves you more time to concentrate on enjoying yourself and making the most of your surroundings. You don't need a tent, as they come pre-erected, fully furnished and look somewhat close to a rural pop up palace. Feather Down use redundant land from farmers, build the tents, and then let the (more authentic) farmers look after you.

Pant y March Farm is set high up on the Welsh mountainside overlooking Llyn Tegid aka Lake Bala – Wales' largest natural lake. So as expected, it's action-packed, with an array of water sports to either master, attempt or fail. There's also a secluded beach, picnic area and the Bala Lake Railway.





Prices from £265 for 4 nights



Pant y March Farm, LLangywer, Snowdonia National Park, Bala LL23 7BY

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