Treberfedd Farm Glamping

Lampeter, Dihewyd

Family glamping in West Wales with breathtaking panoramic views.

  • roomUnits 4
  • person Sleeps 2 - 4
  • bed Bedrooms 1 - 1
  • petPets Yes
  • mobilityMobility Yes
  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Older Kids
  • Teens
From £459/week
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There is fun and relaxation abound at Treberfedd Farm, with hot tubs, farm walks and quirky camping and glamping cabins making it perfect for long or short breaks. This safe and tranquil organic farm is ideally situated at the heart of Ceredigion, only eight miles from the unspoilt coastline of Cardigan Bay and excellent sandy beaches.

About this place

Best bits

  • Waking up to panoramic views over the Welsh countryside is fantastic. And these can also be enjoyed from the comfort of a luxury hot tub.
  • The county of Ceredigion in West Wales is an undiscovered gem, offering a beautiful and great value destination for all.
  • Younger children will love playing in the play area with a play tower, sandpit and swings, only a short stroll from the cottages.

Top tips

  • Bed linens and towels are provided in the eco cabins, so no need to lug all your outward bounds equipment and sleeping bags with you.
  • If you’re interested in gaining experience at farming, join farmer Jack on a one-day sheep keeping course. Just book in advance.
  • Bring your wellies and walking boots for long walks in the surrounding Welsh countryside or exploring the farm's 64 acres.

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

Hot tubs
Wifi
Outdoor play equipment
Farm animals
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Rooms

Eat

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Activities

Accessibility

Given the location of the site, access is unfortunately limited. There are gravel steps leading up the camping area and steps leading up to the toilet block. Parking next to tents is not permitted, but there is car parking available next to the Aeron Centre, which is next to the camping pitches. 

Location & local area

About the owners

Jack

Listed since November 2011

We found and fell in love with the farm in 1999. Since then our family has worked together to carefully restore the original thatched farmhouse and convert the traditional stone barns into our lovely holiday cottages. We aim to provide guests with a peaceful and memorable time.

Owner recommendations

  • Visit one of several small small harbour towns on the beautiful and unspoilt Cardigan Bay coastline.

  • For train enthusiasts young and old there are some fantastic heritage railways to visit. One of our favourites is the Vale of Rheidol railway from Abersytwyth to Devils Bridge.

  • For keen ramblers, the Cambrian Mountains are just under an hour’s drive from Treberfedd and provide some awesome views over West Wales.

  • On wet and windy days, you can catch a film or show at Theatr Mwldan in Cardigan.

  • Book in a day of horse riding. Our nearest riding school at Tynfron is perfectly placed to explore the local area on horseback.

Plan your stay at Treberfedd Farm Glamping

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