We have holidayed in a variety of settings over the years.... tents, campers, caravans, hotels, B&Bs, cottages in the UK and overseas..... This however, above all the others, is the type of holiday accommodation that you (and your children) will remember and talk about the most - I've no doubt!
The 'tents' themselves are well thought out (I'd love my living space at home to be of a similar layout). It is very sociable, all the bits & bobs you need are already there (contrary to a previous review, we brought NO camping equipment and managed superbly well).
The beds were warm and comfy, the fire was warm and no problem to keep alight. It was an excellent cooking stove too and we bought the most delicious steaks from the butchers in Bala to have for supper, which were cooked to perfection on the fire/stove.
The hosts, Llinos & Geraint, their daughter and of course Sam the dog were hugely attentive. You couldnt ask for a warmer welcome. The honesty shop stocks some thoughtful and lovely welsh produce.
We collected eggs from the chicken coup in the morning and fed the orphan lambs with little bottles of milk. We also did a lovely walk from the tents, up behind the farm, all the way over the tops to the village, and then caught the train to Bala - and then back again. It was really lovely, and not too much for our 6 year old daughter.
We are welsh and travelled up from Pemrbokeshire for this weekend away. This part of Wales seems to have its own sense of community though and we've come away feeling totally refreshed. The air is clean and the views are spectacular.
Thank you Llinos & Geraint.... and we hope to see you again x
- Also Known As:
- Feather Down Farms At Pant y March Farm Bala, Wales