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Camp at Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm

· Llandysul, Wales
60 acres hosted by Amanda E.
2 motorhome/tent pitches · 3 tent pitches
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Five private camping pitches on an organic farm in the Teifi Valley

The campsite at Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm is no ordinary campsite. And although you might say that about every Hipcamp, this one particularly stands out for its boutique approach to camping. There are just five pitches here and instead of clustering tents and campervans together, they occupy separate parts of the farm. Each pitch has something different to recommend it, from sunset views to a pretty garden location but all are campfire friendly and spacious. And all are in the rural surrounds of the Teifi Valley, not far from the sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay.

The creatively-named pitches are the work of Amanda and Ken who have lived at Nantgwynfaen for upwards of 25 years. Choose the secluded, hilltop Sun of a Pitch if you want to cook some of their organic sausages on your campfire while watching the sun go down. Book Love at first Site (geddit?) or Pitch Perfect if you’re coming in a campervan. Three of the five pitches have their own toilet and outdoor shower. The others share a rustic but lovely set of facilities in the farmyard. Nearby, there’s a games room and a farm shop selling organic, sustainable goodies too. These are shared with the guests of other accommodation at Nantgwynfaen which includes the retro-chic Glamavan, which you'll find listed separately on Hipcamp. There are also two cabins, Ty Mamgu and Ty Nodyn, and self catering rooms in the farmhouse (Y Parlwr Bach and The Room at The Top – all bookable elsewhere).

Nantgwynfaen Farm has been steadily gaining five-star reviews for years from couples and families who appreciate the sustainability and seclusion of the place. If those things appeal to you then you’ll love this campsite too. There are 60 acres of pleasant and peaceful farmland which is rich in wildlife and well looked after. Beyond the bounds of the farm, there’s lovely walking and on the banks of the Teifi with the Ceredigion coast a 25-minute drive away. Head for seaside New Quay, Aberaeron or Llangrannog then return to your peaceful pitch for evenings under the stars.

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8 Ratings · 7 reviews
Rachel F.recommends
July 10, 2023
Love at first SITE
This has to be the loveliest campsite I have ever stayed at. The pitch and facilities were so thoughtfully designed. We felt as though we had discovered a secret glade in a wood, but with shower and loo provided. Amanda and Ken were so friendly and helpful, but kept a low profile unless we needed something. Perfect
Sam W.recommends
May 29, 2023
Sun of a PITCH
Beautiful stay
The beautiful landscape and unique camping pitches. The amazing organic farm shop. Beautiful bird song 24 hours. The sunset over the valley. Helpful and friendly hosts. Games room was fantastic. Communal shower and toilet was clean. Plenty of parking.
Angela H.recommends
April 27, 2023
Love at first SITE
Back to nature
It was a proper secluded get away. We particularly liked the eco/back to nature. Outdoor shower was lovely!
Neil R.recommends
September 4, 2022
PITCH Perfect
A magical spot
A great site with beautiful views, very peaceful and relaxing with a decent games room too… We were on the campervan spot which was a bit limited with regards privacy and views but Amanda and Ken were so helpful .. can’t thank them enough…a truly magical spot
Bonnie S.recommends
September 3, 2022
Love at first SITE
Camping tranquility for the peacefu
Nantgwynfaen is a gem which we discovered last year staying at the delightful Ty Mamgu. This time we camped at Love at First Site, an idyllic spot surrounded by trees reached by a track so a good choice if you want your car by your tent or like us have a dog. The site is the top end of campsite fees but you get your own open air shower and washing up facilities with toilets just down the track plus total privacy and farm walks right from your pitch. There is an ice pack freezer and spotless loo and shower in the yard together with a lovely farm shop selling organic everything from food to toilet paper and local charcoal. My son and I loved the games barn and slide down the garden wall. The whole farm resonates the love and craftsmanship of the hosts and also offers many other camping spots that have different plus points (views, very sunny etc) 2 beautiful cosy holiday let’s and a farmhouse B&B, so you could easily have friends or family join you even if they didn’t fancy camping. The whole farm is easily accessible to get to the coast and the Daffodil pub just a short drive down the road is a great stop for that last night of the holiday treat- excellent food and dog friendly too. This is not a site for you if you prefer loads of people around you, music or noisy late nights but if you are after tranquility and a slice of the good life you might just have found it.
Kim P.recommends
August 22, 2022
Sun of a PITCH
Could not recommend Amanda's campsite enough! We stayed on 'Sun of a Pitch' Just pure heaven! Having an outdoor shower and just the most incredible views ❤️ A must stay on any vacation list x
Llandysul, Wales, United KingdomTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Amanda E.Joined in June 2014
From the host
Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm is a working farm set in beautiful West Wales. Here is a place where you can experience peace and tranquillity – unwind surrounded by green fields, with wonderful views. There is birdsong all day and a dark sky at night to observe unpolluted heavens. Just a short drive will take you to the dramatic coast of Cardigan Bay with its magnificent sandy beaches, the coastal path and Bottlenose Dolphins. Drink at local microbreweries, eat wood-fired pizzas, walk to the gin distillery and cheesemaker. The farm itself prides itself on its green credentials and award-winning accommodation. There is a games barn with table tennis and pool table – a refuge from the elements, and a cool space when it is sunny. The farm shop is stocked with local organic produce and homemade bread to order. Picture yourself gathered around a campfire on a warm summers evening surrounded by ancient ash trees. Look up and watch the swallows, red kites, buzzards and later on the bats and owls. With just the scent of roses and honeysuckle and wood smoke what more could you want. Isn’t it every campers dream to find such a place where you can be alone in a secluded glade with only your friends and family? Walks from the doorstep around the lush 60-acre farm, climb Mary’s hill, find the dingly dell, pooh corner and the sound of music trees and help collect the eggs. If camping is not for you and you always wanted to experience glamping, The Glamavan is the perfect solution. Here you can experience the same benefits as the campers, but enjoy the luxury of your own home in a vintage-style retro-chic static caravan. With crisp cotton sheets and all the conveniences of a well-equipped home, this is deluxe camping, the answer for anyone who wants camp effortlessly. Don't want to camp or glamp? why not stay in one of the cottages Ty Mamgu, grandmas house or Ty Nodyn with the quirky bed made with 2 pianos. Or in the little apartment, Y Parlwr Bach in the farmhouse. At Nantgwynfaen there is something for everyone.
Nearby attractions

The free-to-enter National Wool Museum is four miles from Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm and the nearby town of Newcastle Emlyn, with its 13th century castle and Friday market, is 15 minutes' drive away. You can walk and canoe on the River Teifi and there are opportunities for coasteering too. Cardigan Bay, famous for its bottlenose dolphins, and sandy beaches is about 25-minutes' drive. It's home to lovely seaside towns and villages like Llangrannog – where you can even go dry-slope skiing – New Quay, and Aberaeron, with its colourful harbour. There are more good beaches and great walking routes on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which starts about 40 minutes south of here.

Food and drink

The Nantgwynfaen Farm Shop on site specialises in organic produce, some fresh from the farm, and sustainable goods. If you order 24 hours in advance, host Ken will bake you a fresh flowerpot loaf. The Daffodil Inn is the closest local pub, found at Penrhiwllan, a couple of miles down the road (its listed in the Michelin Guide). Teifi Cheese Farm is also nearby. For seafood and a range of places to eat out, head for Cardigan. There's local crab and other delicacies available from the Tuesday Market in St Dogmaels and recommended places foir good food and drink include Pizza Tipi, Crwst, Bara Menyn and El Salsa Mexican street food.

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